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Councilman Perello’s Thoughts and Observations Regarding Last Thursday’s Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board Public Hearing on the Channel Islands Harbor Water Quality

Councilman Perello’s Thoughts and Observations Regarding Last Thursday’s Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board Public Hearing on the Channel Islands Harbor Water Quality

By Oxnard Councilman Bert Perello Editor’s note: Channel Islands Harbor is within Councilman Perello’s new Oxnard district-based voting area (District1)   From the Working Desk of Bert E. Perello City Councilman 300 West Third Street, 4th Floor Oxnard, CA 93030 (805) 240-6194 E-mail: perellobert@gmail.com Councilman Perello’s Thoughts and Observations Regarding Last Thursday’s Los Angeles Regional […]

LA Water Quality Control Board Shoots Down Pumping Permit Extension While C.I. Harbor Stagnates

LA Water Quality Control Board Shoots Down Pumping Permit Extension While C.I. Harbor Stagnates

By George Miller Actually, the city helped to cause this water quality problem in its headlong rush to stop NRG, without suficient regard to the many consequences of tax revenues, jobs, backup power, civic improvements and oh, yeah, harbor water circulation. We warned the Council, staff and residents repeatedly, to no avail. Now, Channel Islands […]

Oxnard Councilman Perello Pursues Channel Islands Harbor Water Quality Solution

Oxnard Councilman Perello Pursues Channel Islands Harbor Water Quality Solution

By George Miller For over a half century, Oxnard Channel Islands Harbor water cleanliness was enhanced  by the massive water cooling pumps of the NRG power plant, which was shut down in March, after prolonged opposition from environmentalists and NIMBY’s. Many millions of gallons daily were drawn out of the harbor to cool the half-gigawatt […]

Oxnard to discuss Channel Islands Water Problems at 7/5 Special Meeting

Oxnard to discuss Channel Islands Water Problems at 7/5 Special Meeting

By George Miller The Oxnard City Council will hold a special meeting at 9 Am on July 5. This meeting is needed to authorize an $72,650 extension to testing contracts, but does not say what they are testing for. A recent report said that there was no significant bacteriological danger. Residents have complained of the […]