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Proposed Oxnard housing development receives less than enthusiastic reception

Proposed Oxnard housing development receives less than enthusiastic reception

By George Miller Still another housing development pre-application review – named Rio Urbana- was presented at the 9-1-15 Oxnard City Council meeting. Citing concerns about traffic congestion, pedestrian safety, “San Fernando-ization” (the cumulative effect of adding more and more high-density housing), pollution, infrastructure costs, water supply, tandem parking, school crowding and more, some residents speaking and some […]

Oxnard holds second Townhall- accomplishments, hopes, challenges, plans, vision discussed

Oxnard holds second Townhall- accomplishments, hopes, challenges, plans, vision discussed

By George Miller Oxnard held its second TownHall in recent memory Wednesday night, 9-2-15 at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center. It addressed some serious financial and organizational challenges, as well as heartening highlights and opportunities. The event was run by the Inter-Neighborhood Council Organizations (INCO), organized and run by residents. Its purpose was to provide an overview of […]

Kentucky Christian clerk jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses

Kentucky Christian clerk jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses

Planned Parenthood chapters among those receiving new Obamacare grants

Planned Parenthood chapters among those receiving new Obamacare grants

Planned Parenthood chapters in Iowa, Missouri and Montana received just over $1 million in federal grant funding Wednesday to help Obamacare customers sign up for coverage, even as Republicans in Congress battle to strip the women’s health provider of any federal funding at all amid raging controversy over its abortion practice. The chapters were among […]

Sacramento runs Mandalay Power Plant hearing in Oxnard

Sacramento runs Mandalay Power Plant  hearing in Oxnard

By George Miller In still another of a long series of meetings/hearings in Sacramento and Oxnard, this time, a California Energy Commission (CEC) public hearing was held Thursday evening, 8-27-15, at the Performing Arts Center in sweltering heat. It was to discuss the status and fate of the so-called Puente” (Spanish for “bridge,” because it […]

Center for Medical Progress 9th Video: Intact Fetuses ‘Just Fell Out’

Center for Medical Progress 9th Video: Intact Fetuses ‘Just Fell Out’

Hillary Clinton vows to be gun-control president

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton said Wednesday that she felt “great heartache” over the shooting ambush that killed a TV news reporter and cameraman live on air in Virginia, try pledging that as president she would fight for more gun-control laws. “We have got to do something about gun violence in America – and […]

Carla Castilla announces Candidacy for District 3 Ventura County Supervisor- event video

Carla Castilla announces Candidacy for District 3 Ventura County Supervisor- event video

Carla Castilla of Camarillo, aide to Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson and former aide to Re.Lois Capps, announced her candidacy for District #3 Ventura County Supervisor, replacing the retiring Cathy Long.  Event speakers were Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, Oxnard Mayor Pro-Tem Carmen Ramirez (EmCee), former VC Supv. Susan Lacey, and of course, Carla Castilla. Rep. Capps could not […]

Federal judge blocks Obama water rule

Federal judge blocks Obama water rule