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Romero’s suit against Oxnard continues

Romero’s suit against Oxnard continues

By Colectivo Todo Poder- with response by Oxnard Police Dept. Editor’s note: We received this article by Raul Hernandez from the Todo Poder activist site,  which we reproduce below,  followed by comments by the Oxnard Police Dept.  Although both are opinions, with facts, we put them in the news section, since they are newsworthy and both parties to this dispute opine.  Mr. […]

Number of sanctuary cities grows to 340; thousands of illegals released to commit new crimes

Number of sanctuary cities grows to 340; thousands of illegals released to commit new crimes

The list of sanctuary cities has grown to more than 340, cialis and they shielded an average of 1, viagra 100mg 000 immigrants a month from deportation last year – and more than 2,000 of those released have already been arrested for yet more crimes, according to a report being released Thursday by the Center […]

Kevin McCarthy, House majority leader, pulling out of race for House speaker

Kevin McCarthy, House majority leader, pulling out of race for House speaker

Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy abruptly ended his bid Thursday to be the next House speaker, viagra 40mg shocking GOP colleagues who walked into a noon meeting expecting to coronate him as their pick, and instead walked out amid chaos, leaving the party rudderless as it stumbles toward a series of major policy showdowns. Current Speaker […]

CitizensJournal.us to cover 1st Democratic presidential debate in Vegas 10/13/15

CitizensJournal.us to cover 1st Democratic presidential debate in Vegas 10/13/15

By George Miller CitizensJournal.us has been credentialed by CNN to cover the first 2016 campaign Democratic presidential candidate debate in Las Vegas on 10/13/15. A two person team, of Marc Langsam and George Miller, will be there to chronicle the event, take photos, meet campaign staff and hopefully some candidates. Watch for articles. As of today, […]

Pt. Hueneme and Oxnard after school program claims superior results

Pt. Hueneme and Oxnard after school program claims superior results

By George Miller The Hueneme Elementary School District has run what they have reported as a very successful after school program for seven years. On Tuesday night, 9-22-15, they made their first formal report ever to the Oxnard City Council. They were there not only to report, but to secure acceptance of an $842,292 state grant, to continue to […]

Oxnard mismanagement of “assessment districts” causes furor

Oxnard mismanagement of “assessment districts” causes furor

By George Miller Oxnard’s West Village Neighborhood Council met to complain, scope out and plan response to problems with assessment districts in their neighborhood. Mike Gleason, Phil Molina, Phil Durante, Nancy Kobashigawa, Jann Correll and others were present, including a CitizensJournal.us reporter. Larger map than above: oxnard maps of assessment distScan0079 Over the years, there have been disputes […]

Obama, Putin & Syria: A Bullet Point Update

Obama, Putin & Syria: A Bullet Point Update

Very informative Fire Prevention & Disaster Preparedness Training Academy & Fair

Very informative Fire Prevention & Disaster Preparedness Training Academy & Fair

By George Miller The Oxnard Fire Dept. hosted a very useful event and open house on Saturday, October 3, at the shiny new $24 million Fire Station 8. It was intended to educate and inform residents about emergency risks and how to best deal with them. These risks included earthquakes, fires, floods, tsunamis, storms, health […]

Oxnard Multicultural Festival lives up to its name

Oxnard Multicultural Festival lives up to its name

By George Miller This year’s festival offered crafts, food, music, dancing, service organizations, business and national exhibits, which were mostly staffed by ethnic locals.  We have amazing diversity in Oxnard, so no problem finding enthusiastic volunteers. The festival was held at College Park on Rose Ave. The good news is that it was in a population […]

Before Council approves a 35% rate increase to your water, waste water and sewer bills …

Before Council approves a 35% rate increase to your water, waste water and sewer bills …

By Phil Molina Editor’s note: Although this is about Oxnard, it could apply to almost any municipality.   ​Friends, Elected Officials: What should Oxnard citizens expect from the staff and our Elected Officials when they are proposing over 30% increases in water, sewer, and solid waste fees? My suggestion: The process that ought to be […]