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Oxnard “Peace March” scheduled for Sat. May 9

Oxnard “Peace March” scheduled for Sat. May 9

By George Miller   On this segment (5-6-15) of the Good Morning Oxnard Show-  Host Peter Godinez interviews Rev. Greg Runyon of Gold Coast Fellowship Church on the upcoming Ambassadors of Peace March on May 9, what it’s about, and why it matters.  The theme is “All Life Matters.” They ask: “PLEASE join with us in the […]

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 5-6-15 news segment

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 5-6-15 news segment

By George Miller On this segment (5-6-15) of the Good Morning Oxnard Show- Host Peter Godinez interviews George Miller, Publisher of CitizensJournal.us on Oxnard News, consisting of: 5/9 Mariachi Festival;  Mandatory water conservation; Harbor management agreement change proposal; Long Range Property Management Plan; California Legal Assistance- on employee rights; 5/9 “Peace March”; Also, George Miller and […]

Quick work by Ventura Firefighters prevented diesel spill from worsening

Quick work by Ventura Firefighters prevented diesel spill from worsening

Ventura Fire crews quickly extinguish brush fire in Brown Barranca

Ventura Fire crews quickly extinguish brush fire in Brown Barranca

Santa Paula’s Marathon Council Meeting—6 plus hours

Santa Paula’s Marathon Council Meeting—6 plus hours

By Sheryl Hamlin May 4th, 2015: Not only did the Santa Paula city council start at 5:30pm with a Closed Session meeting, but they continued until past midnight focusing on the 2015/2016 Fiscal Year budget. The meeting started with congratulatory remarks about the successful purchase of the Waste Water Treatment Facility, which is now officially […]

Suggestions to fix Oxnard’s sinking budget

Suggestions to fix Oxnard’s sinking budget

By Steve Nash On the City of Oxnard’s budget problems just looking at the areas of shortfall as listed on page 4 of 15 of last night’s staff report Financial_Forecast_pdf_7.78_MB I would offer these following suggestions: Assessment Districts (AD): I live in an AD and I am not getting the level of service I should expect […]

Special meeting on Oxnard Budget crisis held

Special meeting on Oxnard Budget crisis held

By George Miller A rather emotional, somber special meeting was held to attempt to explain and quantify the budget crisis, probable causes and possible approaches. See our prior article: Special Oxnard City Council emergency meeting Monday to discuss budget crisis. Name Date Duration Agenda Minutes Video City Council Meeting – Special Meeting May 4, 2015 03h 17m […]

National Day of Prayer Thurs. May 7- Where/When

National Day of Prayer Thurs. May 7- Where/When

 Events around Ventura County SEARCH RESULTS Some events: May 7, ambulance Noon- Ventura County Government Center Main Fountain Between the Hall of Justice and the Administration Building 800 S. Victoria Ave Ventura, order CA 93003 – See more at: http://www.kdar.com/Template3/events/default.aspx?id=70397#sthash.vFtPBCPU.dpuf 16th Annual YMCA National Day of Prayer Breakfast Set for May 7 Howard Wennes, ed former […]

Simi Valley City Council divides up Community Block Grant Money

Simi Valley City Council divides up Community Block Grant Money

By Debra Tash May 4th 2015: The Council Chamber was packed on Monday night as the Simi Valley City Council grappled with dividing up a $150,00 pot of grant money between a number of noteworthy community non-profits.  These funds came from Waste Management.  From the City’s: Staff_Report “On May 9, 2011, the City Council approved executing […]

Jury finds Manuel Amaro guilty for 2011 Gabriel Madrigal murder

Jury finds Manuel Amaro guilty for 2011 Gabriel Madrigal murder

A jury has found murder defendant 35 year old Jose Manuel Amaro of Oxnard, cost guilty on all charges and allegations against him. On December 30, 2011 at approximately 2:50 in the afternoon, officers were dispatched to 1500 block of W. Fifth Street, regarding a shooting victim. They located 29-year-old Gabriel Madrigal who had been […]