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Review of 2-21-17 & 3-6-17 Port Hueneme City Council meetings

Review of 2-21-17 & 3-6-17 Port Hueneme City Council meetings

By Tom Dunn Hello Port Hueneme show host Tom Dunn and Laura Hernandez Review 2-21-17 & 3-6-17 (4 hrs. !) Port Hueneme City Council meetings This episode includes: Port Hueneme Pride, Miranda Park tennis courts, Karen Fitz, retirement, drought presentation, food trucks at beach, volunteer beach cleaning, front yard fences, strategic action plan http://helloporthuenemeblog.blogspot.com . […]

Port Hueneme city council cannabis ordinance

Port Hueneme city council cannabis ordinance

By Tom Dunn. Port Hueneme City Council is drafting a cannabis ordinance to allow medical marijuana to be sold, manufactured, grown and delivered.  Port Hueneme is moving forward in hopes of being the first city in Ventura County to allow most aspects of medical marijuana to be legal including edibles that will be available for […]

Review of Port Hueneme 3-20-17 City Council meeting

Review of Port Hueneme 3-20-17 City Council meeting

By Tom Dunn Hello Port Hueneme Program host Tom Dunn and Laura Hernandez take us through what happened at the March 20 Port Hueneme City Council meeting. Included are: New Police Chief Andrew Salinas, Changing of Fire Chief to John McNeil, Fences & permitting, Strategic Action Plan. http://helloporthuenemeblog.blogspot.com . Tom Dunn is a Port Hueneme civic […]

Oxnard Chamber of Commerce makes recommendations to City Council

Oxnard Chamber of Commerce makes recommendations to City Council

By George Miller Oxnard Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Nancy Lindholm presented a number of that organization’s recommendations to the City Council to help make the city more business-friendly, at the Tuesday, 3-28-17 Council meeting. The three page document presented, signed by Lindholm and Chair Amy Fonzo, was too lengthy to for Ms. Lindholm to explain […]

Oxnard Businesses Partner With Police To Fight Crime

Oxnard Businesses Partner With Police To Fight Crime

Oxnard Police Department – Incident Press Release The Oxnard Police Department is pleased to announce an online reporting portal that will allow businesses to report crimes, upload documents and submit suspect photos for faster service. Businesses will no longer have to wait for police to arrive and complete the report as the businesses can now […]

Understanding Citizens Editorial Board selections

Understanding Citizens Editorial Board selections

  By Tom Dunn  .  . The Ventura County Star is changing its citizens editorial board review overseeing letters to the editor. The purpose is to have citizens help management at the Star decide which letters to the editor should be published.  The county of Ventura is fairly large and diverse, therefore you would think a cross section […]

Oxnard to discuss: Strategic Priorities; Committees & Boards reorganization; Single audit; Marijuana

Oxnard to discuss: Strategic Priorities; Committees & Boards reorganization; Single audit; Marijuana

By George Miller Important topics addressed at the Tuesday, March 28 Oxnard City Council, meeting will include: 6:00 pm Strategic Priorities Committees & Boards reorganization Future marijuana regulations Single audit presentation Prior 4:30 closed session will address two unspecified significant potential litigation situations and discussion of multiple labor bargaining unit negotiations. Read full meeting AGENDA […]

Should we sue the City of Oxnard?

Should we sue the City of Oxnard?

Moving Oxnard Forward   Aaron —  Perhaps you can help me with an urgent question: Should we sue the City of Oxnard? Oxnard’s utilities are charging us a lot for our water, sewer and trash services. But instead of using all of that money for their intended purposes, including needed infrastructure maintenance, the City of […]

Plea in Cold Case Murder/Rape in Oxnard

Plea in Cold Case Murder/Rape in Oxnard

Vincent Mackey (DOB 10/17/63), of Los Angeles, pleaded no contest on March 22, 2017, to one count of first degree murder, three special circumstance allegations for murder committed during the commission of rape, burglary, and prior conviction for murder, as well as a special allegation for personal use of a knife. On September 28, 1985, […]

Oxnard middle mgmt. employees: what about us?

Oxnard middle mgmt. employees: what about us?

By George Miller In recent years, Oxnard has paid lots of people six figure salaries with juicy perks. Hourly employees have seen  their fortunes improved as society and the city recovered from the crippling recession. But the City’s “middle management” employees sometimes find themselves making less than the people they manage. At the 3-21-17 Oxnard […]