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Oxnard Council: golf course fiasco, new transit district bylaws, City Manager recruitment, recycling facility takeover.

Oxnard Council:  golf course fiasco, new transit district bylaws, City Manager recruitment, recycling facility takeover.

By George Miller The January 28 Council meeting covered multiple topics, most notable being: City Golf course financial fiasco redux-again Gold Coast Transit District bylaws presented: read here- http://citizensjournal.us/gold-coast-transit-district-bylaws-presented/ Recruitment of City Manager and Attorney Senior Services Commission annual recap Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) takeover effective Feb. 1 Budget review Free income tax preparation assistance to […]

Gold Coast Transit District bylaws presented

Gold Coast Transit District bylaws presented

By George Miller At the 1/28/14 Oxnard City Council meeting, the bylaws for the new Gold Coast Transit District were presented. Martin Erickson presented a review of bylaws of this new organization, formerly Gold Coast Transit, formerly SCAT (Southern California Agency for Transit). Councilman MacDonald, who has been deeply involved in this one as the Oxnard representative, […]

Oxnard: Annual financial report, Fire station deleted from NE Plan, $12MM more for Terrazza de las Cortes, shorter meetings promised

Oxnard: Annual financial report, Fire station deleted from NE Plan, $12MM more for Terrazza de las Cortes, shorter meetings promised

By George Miller The second City Council meeting of the year was fairly eventful.                   Name Date Duration Agenda Minutes Video City Council Meeting January 14, 2014 05h 06m Agenda Minutes Video . . The most notable items covered were: Oxnard Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)  This […]

Entertainment industry expert proves biblical/moral-friendly movies make more $$$

Entertainment industry expert proves biblical/moral-friendly movies make more $$$

By George Miller The 2013 Movieguide Report to the Entertainment Industry, 79 pages and covering 288 movies, offers hard, numerical proof that more movies with content supporting biblical and moral values do well at the box office than those which don’t, a remarkable statement given what we’re hearing and seeing. (photo: http://www.alltheragedecor.com/rentals/hollywood/gold-metal-movie-reel) When I saw this […]

New assisted living facility approved by Oxnard City Council

New assisted living facility approved by Oxnard City Council

By George Miller A proposed new Senior assisted living facility at 2211 E. Gonzales Road, a former 54,000 sq. foot hotel was approved at the 1-14-14 Council meeting, having been previously approved by the Planning Commission.  It would be developed and managed by Pacifica Companies .  There was no opposition voiced by the speakers on the […]

Camarillo Coffee Roasters/Tea Brewers have a Global Reach

Camarillo Coffee Roasters/Tea Brewers have a Global Reach

Spotlight on Business By Daniel Gelman American manufacturing is alive and kicking in an unassuming industrial park in Camarillo. International Coffee & Tea, salve LLC, buy alias Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf operates a coffee roasting and tea brewing facility at 33939 Pancho Road off the Pleasant Valley Rd/Santa Rosa Road exit of the 101 […]

Saint Patrick to Constitution: The Blood-Bought Paper Trail of Freedom

Saint Patrick to Constitution: The Blood-Bought Paper Trail of Freedom

By George Miller 9/11/13, Oxnard library-  On this somber anniversary of the 9/11 attack, Dr.  Marshall Foster, President/Founder of World History Institute shared some of his historical research, to help explain the millennial journey leading to our Constitutional Republic form of government. This was shaped by both religious and secular forces, which he presented as […]

Pastor Rob McCoy of Calvary Chapel to run for State Assembly- 44AD

By George Miller After much thought, consultation and prayer, Rob McCoy  has decided to run for the 44th Assembly District seat being vacated by Jeff Gorell, who is attempting to trade up to Congress next year. He announced it to 1200 of his congregation, although no formal announcement has yet been released. McCoy is Senior […]

Special Oxnard meeting on Ethics tonight- yes, ETHICS!

Special Oxnard meeting on Ethics tonight- yes, ETHICS!

By Larry Stein Editor’s note: Oxnard residents and officials are disturbed by past ethics violations. The current City Council has resolved to do something about it. One of those things was ethics training, for which they hired  a consultant to help them with. Then, the idea to involve the public in the process was raised, […]

Oxnard City Council 11-5-13 Redevelopment property status, recruiting City Manager, Hueneme Road Widening,

Oxnard City Council 11-5-13 Redevelopment property status, recruiting City Manager, Hueneme Road Widening,

By George Miller Redevelopment property dispositioning draws to a close (project manager Kymberly Horner in photo), cialis Hueneme Road widening project problem,  Water quality report looks good, ethics session held 11-6, Public discussion on City Manager recruitment 11-12.   Name Date Duration Agenda Minutes Video City Council Meeting November 5, 2013 06h 17m Agenda Video […]