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Judge’s Final Word On Oxnard Measure M Overturning Wastewater Rate Increases

Judge’s Final Word On Oxnard Measure M Overturning Wastewater Rate Increases

By George Miller In May, after a year of litigation by both parties, after the recall election was safely over and right about at the 90 day deadline after the trial was completed, Ventura County Superior Court Judge Rocky Baio tentatively ruled against Oxnard’s lawsuit against local financial executive and activist Aaron Starr’s wildly successful […]

Public tears into, defends, Oxnard Council on Measure M wastewater rate rollback court victory

Public tears into, defends, Oxnard Council on Measure M wastewater rate rollback court victory

By George Miller At the 5-29-18 special emergency  Oxnard City Council meeting, a two to one majority of two dozen speakers tore into the Oxnard Council for their actions leading to the Measure M wastewater rate rollback voter initiative and defeat of Council-ordered litigation against it and its author, local financial executive Aaron Starr. A […]

Starr awarded court costs in suit against Oxnard Mayor’s false ballot statement

Starr awarded court costs in suit against Oxnard Mayor’s false ballot statement

By George Miller During the Oxnard special recall election, Aaron Starr alleged that incumbent Mayor Tim Flynn’s submitted ballot statement made false claims about having a “clean audit” and “balanced budget.” A lawsuit and a court ruling erased the “alleged” part and forced Flynn to bring the statement into alignment with reality. Flynn has continued to […]

Anatomy of a Recall

Anatomy of a Recall

By Doug Hubbard It had been brewing for years–the mismanagement of  city finances and policies by elected and appointed Oxnard city officials. . It came to head when the city council voted to increase sewer rates by a staggering 87 percent.  Furious citizens, led by Aaron Starr of Moving Oxnard Forward (MOF),  launched an initiative […]

Oxnard special election mayoral race

Oxnard special election mayoral race

By George Miller   With vote by mail ballots shortly going out for the Oxnard May 1 recall election, it’s decision time for voters. They should be asking themselves, are we better off than we were 2, 4, or 6 years ago?  If the answer is no, it may be time for a change. But […]

Oxnard mayoral candidate Aaron Starr’s CPA status challenged

Oxnard mayoral candidate Aaron Starr’s CPA status challenged

By George Miller Recently, multiple people have challenged Oxnard Mayoral candidate and local financial executive Aaron Starr’s right to use the CPA (Certified Public Accountant) title. It doesn’t appear that Starr has been using that title, although others, including even this publication have incorrectly bestowed that title on him. He IS a CPA, but currently […]

Oxnard Special Recall Election Candidate Forum: 3-28-18

Oxnard Special Recall Election Candidate Forum: 3-28-18

By George Miller The last candidate forum before the May 1 Oxnard special recall election was held by The League of Women Voters on Wednesday, March 28, 2018. What set this debate apart from others is that recall initiator Aaron Starr and his wife Alicia Percell were allowed by the organizers to first state their […]

Oxnard: Aaron Starr sues Mayor Flynn for ballot statement violations: hearing Wednesday

Oxnard: Aaron Starr sues Mayor Flynn for ballot statement violations: hearing Wednesday

By George Miller Oxnard Mayoral candidate Aaron Starr accused Mayor Flynn of making false claims in Flynn’s ballot statement for the rapidly approaching special recall election. Flynn is one of the officials on the recall measure. Starr is one of 5 challengers.              Specifically, Starr asserts that Flynn’s claims on […]

Oxnard Starr supporter unloads on Mayor Flynn’s 2-13-18 comments

Oxnard Starr supporter unloads on Mayor Flynn’s 2-13-18 comments

By Aaron Starr Supporter   (ed. note: we received this email on Oxnard Mayor Flynn’s attack on Aaron Starr near the end of the 2-13-18 Oxnard City Council meeting. It carried the stipulation that the writers’s identity not be revealed. We know this is a Starr supporter.) “Mayor Flynn has a memory that seems to […]

Oxnard’s Electile Dysfunction

Oxnard’s Electile Dysfunction

    Now that the recall is qualified for the ballot, Oxnard Mayor Flynn has stated that he wants to schedule the recall election as soon as possible – perhaps as early as April 24. The reason to us is clear … a short filing-period makes it more difficult for candidates to launch campaigns to replace […]

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