The Ventura County Board of Supervisors will honor the county’s Amateur Operators and present a proclamation designating June as “Amateur Radio Month in Ventura County” at their regular meeting on Tuesday, June 4 at 10 a.m.
All available Ventura County Amateur Radio Operators are encouraged to attend the event to be held in the county office building, 800 S. Victoria Ave., Ventura.
This is an excellent opportunity not only for operators to be recognized for their readiness to serve the county when needed but also to invite the Supervisors and staff members to attend one or more of the Field Day locations that will be operating during the weekend of June 22-23.
-Jeff Reinhardt AA6JR
I am reaching out to local radio folks to see if they know of anyone interested in my job. I am the City of Simi Valley Communications Systems Coordinator and manage our $6.5 million UHF simulcast P25 system radio system with 5 sites and some 300 portables and 300 mobiles. I am a temporary employee that was called out of retirement earlier this year to fill the position until we find a permanent replacement. The job flyer is attached if you could forward it to anyone CVARC members who might be interested in the job. Total compensation, salary and benefits, is about $155,000 a year.
Thanks in advance,
Communications Systems Coordinator.2019.final_ (1)
Hello Fellow CW Enthusiasts,
These keys are available for CW group members or CVARC members. The top key is a “coffin key” bug, the others are Signal Electric models R62 and R63.
The keys are not for sale and not intended for resale, they are available for long time use. CW group members or CVARC members are encouraged to put these keys to use and get on the air. Let’s get them into the hands of someone who needs them.
I will be at the club meeting tomorrow (5-16-19) and can meet there with anyone interested.
Here are a few photos from the recent ACS meeting at the County EOC. Thanks to Jeff Reinhardt-AA6JR.
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CVARC’s April VE session served 12 candidates. Among those
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