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Oxnard City Council: La Dolce Vita restaurant fights for turf; Council Recall discussed; City Lobbying; Fire Dept. review; Trash deal trashed

Oxnard City Council: La Dolce Vita restaurant fights for turf; Council Recall discussed; City Lobbying; Fire Dept. review; Trash deal trashed

By George Miller Report on the 1-9-18 Oxnard City Council meeting. La Dolce Vita restaurant building sale approved; Council Recall signatures discussed; City Lobbying plan semi-presented;  Fire Dept review presented; Trash bin deal approved; Osuna out as Asst. CM; Whitney is officially Interim CM; Oxnard crime down 11% NAME DATE DURATION AGENDA MINUTES VIDEO City […]

Oxnard City Council Recall | A Message To Supporters

Oxnard City Council Recall | A Message To Supporters

Aaron Starr | Oxnard Recall   It’s official! On Friday, December 29 we received word from the Ventura County Registrar of Voters that our four recall petitions to remove Oxnard Mayor Flynn and Councilmembers Ramirez, Madrigal and Perello from office all qualified for the ballot.… EASILY. This makes Oxnard the largest city to see a […]

Happy New Year Port Hueneme! | A Time for Reflection from Mayor Tom Figg

Happy New Year Port Hueneme! | A Time for Reflection from Mayor Tom Figg

  By Tom Figg Reporting on The Past and Anticipating the Future Dear Neighbor: As part of an annual reorganization process, a new Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem have been appointed from among the five-member City Council. The official change occurred at the Council’s first regular meeting this past month. The new Mayor is Sylvia […]

Attacks on Port Hueneme Councilman excessive, hypocritical?

Attacks on Port Hueneme Councilman excessive, hypocritical?

By George Miller  Port Hueneme Councilman Jim Hensley is in many ways a throwback to days bygone- a former telephone lineman- in Alaska, macho, even in his 80’s. highly politically incorrect, yet chivalrous and highly personable when he wants to be, a never say die, in your face, man’s man type of guy. He used […]

Attention Oxnard Residents: Input Needed on Composition of Proposed Election Districts

Attention Oxnard Residents: Input Needed on Composition of Proposed Election Districts

City of Oxnard Oxnard residents will get a chance to provide input on the composition of proposed City Council election districts during the first public hearing on the matter. DATE: Dec. 12, 2017 TIME: 6 p.m. LOCATION: City Council Chambers, 305 W. Third St., Oxnard. The city is conducting a series of public hearings to receive community […]

Does Oxnard press release misrepresent Council vote on district voting?

Does Oxnard press release misrepresent Council vote on district voting?

By George Miller   Oxnard put out a press release yesterday that the Council had decided to go to district level voting for Council seats, that the process was now underway to do so and was done under the threat of litigation which would almost certainly prevail.  That is not exactly the truth, which we’ll […]

Oxnard votes to consider district election of Council Members

Oxnard votes to consider district election of Council Members

By George Miller On Monday 11-27-17, the Oxnard City Council, in a special meeting, discussed and voted unanimously for consideration of transitioning to a district-based representation system on the council, instead of the current at-large elections of five Council members and a Mayor. They then voted to hire a demographer to help set up equitable […]

Oxnard Council railroading district voting?

Oxnard Council railroading district voting?

By George Miller The so-called California Voting Rights Act has been used to force municipalities to split up into voting districts to help ensure what some claim is fairer representation. The theory is that disenfranchised minorities would really prefer to elect other disenfranchised minorities, not the most qualified, competent candidates. That is being questioned. This […]

Please run for Oxnard City Council

Please run for Oxnard City Council

Friend —  PLEASE RUN FOR OXNARD CITY COUNCIL A week ago last Wednesday we submitted over 68,000 signatures to recall Oxnard Mayor Flynn and Councilmembers Ramirez, Perello and Madrigal. There will be a special election in spring 2018 to recall those four politicians who voted to INCREASE our wastewater rates by 75% – an extra $279 […]

Oxnard to meet on council district voting- fears litigation

Oxnard to meet on council district voting- fears litigation

By Phil Molina News affecting every registered voter in Oxnard, businesses, employees, and the public. Just learned this morning that the City Council will hold a special Council meeting on November the 27th to discuss and vote on whether to set up council-manic districts. The decision for Council that night will be whether to move […]

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