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Good Morning Oxnard- 7/23/14 news segment

Good Morning Oxnard- 7/23/14 news segment

By George Miller The Good Morning Oxnard show is every Wednesday at 0900, offering local personalities, issues and events- Hyper-local news, in the KADY TV tradition!  Other segments to follow. Past shows archived on the web site. On today’s show were: Host Peter Godinez, Producer Bob Allen. Boys & Girls Club Senior Team Leader (and […]

Oxnard City Council candidate Steve Huber interviewed (video)

Oxnard City Council candidate Steve Huber interviewed (video)

Peter Godinez of KADY TV interviews Steve Huber, abortion as part of its ongoing program of making the public more familiar with local candidates for office.     May 2014 interview July, cialis 2014 interview _______________________________________________________ Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers to keep us publishing and/or DONATE

Port Hueneme Mayor Jon Sharkey presents State of City Report

Port Hueneme Mayor Jon Sharkey presents State of City Report

  State of the city video by KADYTV.net– Video published 7/15/14 _________________________________________ Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers to keep us publishing and/or DONATE

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 7/16/14

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 7/16/14

By George Miller This week’s Good Morning Oxnard weekly show was at Tomas Cafe on A Street. Host Peter Godinez interviewed Bob Allen on what KADY TV is all about (“Hyper-Local” news/events) and mentioned some events such as the Balloon Festival and Salsa Festival!  George Miller of Citizens Journal.us covered some local news and issues, such […]

How Oxnard deals with street gangs

How Oxnard deals with street gangs

By George Miller 1. Background/Situation Years ago, there was a major gang problem in certain sections of Oxnard, a sprawling agricultural, industrial and commercial seaside working class city of over 200,000 people. About 60 miles up the coast from Los Angeles, it is considered the poor relation of Ventura County, while its largest city. It has […]

Camarillo Council considers bond sales to save city money

Camarillo Council considers bond sales to save city money

By Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council met on July 9, doctor 2014.  There were several agenda items, including a public hearing on a Resolution to establish a new user fee schedule.  Please see separate article regarding USER FEES–HERE. The Council adopted a Resolution approving the execution and delivery of Professional Services Agreements in connection […]

Camarillo City Council asks for additional analysis for hike in fees

Camarillo City Council asks for additional analysis for hike in fees

By Logan McFadden At the July 9th Camarillo City Council meeting, a scheduled public hearing addressed the issue of user fees for City services provided for private benefit.  The stated objective was for the Council to adopt a Resolution establishing a User Fee Schedule. City staff presented its recommendations for specific user fees which would […]

Good Morning Oxnard Show on KADY TV – 7-9-14

Good Morning Oxnard Show on KADY TV – 7-9-14

By George Miller Oxnard, CA, 7-9-14 Quite a mixed bag of guests on today’s show, recorded at BG’s Cafe on A St., where the food is good, plentiful and reasonably priced. On the show were an outstanding Camarillo High School senior. two young men Boys and Girls Club employees who carried the American flag at […]

District Attorney deems Limon shooting justifiable

District Attorney deems Limon shooting justifiable

The District Attorney’s review of the circumstances surrounding the October 13, 2012, shootings of Alfonso Limon, Jr., Juan Villa, and Jose Zepeda, Jr., by Oxnard Police Officers Jess Aragon, John Brisslinger, Ryan Lockner, Ernie Orozco, Matthew Ross, Rocky Marquez, Zachary Stiles, Don Ehrhardt and Pedro Rodriquez has been concluded.   The full report, authored by Senior […]

Pro-Illegal immigration demonstrators outside of Naval Base Ventura County

Pro-Illegal immigration demonstrators outside of Naval Base Ventura County

By George Miller & Debra Tash Buses were to leave from UCLA this morning and head to the Ventura Naval Base at Port Hueneme. Our reporter, George Miller was on scene. He didn’t see any buses, but about 200+ people showed up- a good many were locals . The demonstrators were there with slick printed banners […]