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136′ superyacht Lagniappe visits Channel Islands Harbor

136′ superyacht Lagniappe visits Channel Islands Harbor

By George Miller The “Superyacht” Lagniappe, pill registered in Bikini. MI, and is now visiting Channel Islands Harbor. She is berthed at Peninsula Park on Peninsula Rd., malady Oxnard, CA The harbor can accommodate a few such craft and is able to provide support services, has nearby hotels (not that any would be needed for Lagniappe […]

KADYTV: Oxnard council shoots down new harbor agreement; Consultant audit blasts past city management

KADYTV: Oxnard council shoots down new harbor agreement; Consultant audit blasts past city management

By George Miller In this segment (3-18-15), order CitizensJournal.us Publisher George Miller comments on this week’s Oxnard news.  Topics covered were:  Audit of city government, vcialis 40mg with emphasis of finances and human resource management; Reaction to the proposed Channel Islands Harbor management agreement between Oxnard and Ventura County; Honoring 1972 Sunset Little League national […]

Oxnard, Ventura County, release proposed new 10 year Channel Islands Harbor agreement

Oxnard, Ventura County, release proposed new 10 year Channel Islands Harbor agreement

By George Miller Channel Islands Harbor’s 50+ year-old management agreement between Oxnard and senior partner Ventura County, which owns the harbor and land and makes the development decisions via the Board of Supervisors, is up for renewal. A year and a half of negotiations has produced only a few compromises. So far, no major breakthroughs are evident […]

3/12 Injury Traffic Collision: Oxnard victim died

3/12 Injury Traffic Collision: Oxnard victim died

Oxnard Police Department Update The Oxnard Police Department was notified this evening that motorcyclist Estevan Antonio Ruiz has died.  The Ventura County Medical Examiner’s Office will conduct an investigation to determine the cause of death.  The collision is still being investigated.  On March 12, 2015, at about 7:48 P.M., officers from the Oxnard Police Department […]

Oxnard projects In Channel Islands Harbor finally move forward- County projects remain secretive

Oxnard projects In Channel Islands Harbor finally move forward- County projects remain secretive

By David Finn – First of a series of CitizensJournal.us articles Four planned development projects in the Channel Islands Harbor area under City of Oxnard jurisdiction are steadily moving forward.  Meanwhile, four planned development projects under County of Ventura control remain largely a secret, more than six months after developers locked up the respective sites […]

Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn talks about Channel Islands Harbor management agreement renewal

Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn talks about Channel Islands Harbor management agreement renewal

By George Miller (3-10-15)- Host George Miller, CitizensJournal.us Publisher, interviews Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn and Hollywood Beach resident/analyst David Finn, for KADYTV, on the upcoming Channel Island Harbor management agreement discussion and renewal vote coming up at the Tuesday, March 17 City Council meeting (will be listed 3-12-15 HERE). The Good Morning Oxnard Show is recorded most Wednesday mornings […]

Don Katich of Santa Barbara News-Press speaks out on free speech, “illegals”

By George Miller The Santa Barbara News-Press (SBNP) is no stranger to being attacked over 1st Amendment issues. In 2006, its own staff tried to prevent the new owners from eliminating what they believed was bias in news content. This made national headlines. More recently, a political pressure group attempted to coerce them into using only politically correct […]

Fishback Mountain; The Most Beautiful “Illegal Dump” in the County

Fishback Mountain; The Most Beautiful “Illegal Dump” in the County

By Kevin Harris When Wayne Fishback bought 120 sprawling ridge-top acres in the Simi Hills back in 2000, illness he had no intentions of urban development for the property. Nor does he have such intentions today. His interest was always agriculture-based, and included cattle ranching, among other things, to have a place to retire, and […]

The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) Awards Ventura County $1,049,000 Grant

The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) Awards Ventura County $1,049,000 Grant

By Sheryl Hamlin The Ventura County Sheriff’s organization has applied for another grant from the State. Fifth on the list in terms of grant size, abortion the awarded grant amount will be $1, order 049.000 and is described as follows: Ventura County ……….. $1, viagra sale 045,000 JAG Program Purpose Areas: Prevention and Education / […]

First-ever Oxnard Community Forum exceeds expectations

First-ever Oxnard Community Forum exceeds expectations

By George Miller We saw the very best of Oxnard last night at its first-ever Community Forum. It was designed to enhance communications between city government, residents and businesses for the purposes of building mutual understanding, trust as well as helping determine priorities for city programs and budgeting to support them. People we spoke with thought that it was anywhere […]