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Speak out against Sanctuary Cities/State- Tonight!

Speak out against Sanctuary Cities/State- Tonight!

      Agenda: http://www.toaks.org/home/showdocument?id=18277 Meeting agenda Item 9C, legislative agenda, on P 7: City of Thousand Oaks 2018 Legislative Program: http://www.toaks.org/home/showdocument?id=18277 Text: SB 54  California Senate Bill 54 was approved by the Governor on October 5, 2017. This bill has been an item of interest at recent City Council meetings and will be an item of […]

After Action Report: Week one of calling out the City Councils , on the Sanctuary State: March 29th 2018

After Action Report: Week one of calling out the City Councils , on the Sanctuary State: March 29th 2018

By Bruce Boyer Monday night in Simi Valley. Regrettably I was the only one who was willing to speak, who showed up on time! Thank you to those who attended, your presence made an impact. They were not expecting a call to stand up and be Patriots, they chose to be cowards… The response from […]

Oxnard Recall: Partisanship, and Accountability

Oxnard Recall: Partisanship, and Accountability

By Chuck Hamm . . . Since our family has a business in Oxnard, I’ve taken an interest and supporting role in the Oxnard Recall campaign to oust 4 members of the Oxnard City Council. My main reasoning is that a recall and special election is a great tool for accountability, which our government in Oxnard […]

City of Oxnard News In Brief – 10-3-16

City of Oxnard News In Brief – 10-3-16

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The Making of a Great Oxnard City Treasurer

The Making of a Great Oxnard City Treasurer

By Peter K. Godinez History, People and Facts about Oxnard City Treasurer   “The only requirement we have now for a treasurer is that the person be 18 years old, a resident of Oxnard and a good campaigner.” -Manuel M. Lopez, Oxnard Councilman 1987. The first recorded City Treasurer of Oxnard was Leon Lehman, on Monday […]

Community invited to candidate debates scheduled for Oct. 13 and 17, 2016 at Oxnard PACC

Community invited to candidate debates scheduled for Oct. 13 and 17, 2016 at Oxnard PACC

The public is invited to hear from candidates vying for office in the upcoming November election at two debates hosted by the Inter-Neighborhood Council Organization (INCO) on Thursday, prescription Oct. 13, 2016, and Monday, Oct. 17, 2016. Both events are scheduled for 7-9 p.m. in the main auditorium at the Performing Arts and Convention Center, […]

Ventura: Register now for Adult Winter Softball/Basketball Tournaments & Corporate Games

Ventura: Register now for Adult Winter Softball/Basketball Tournaments & Corporate Games

CA Controller Publishes 2015 Salary Data for City and County Governments

CA Controller Publishes 2015 Salary Data for  City and County Governments

State Controller Betty T. Yee has updated her Government Compensation in California website to include 2015 self-reported data for cities and counties. The data covers 668,240 positions and a total of more than $42 billion in wages in 2015 for 54 counties and 459 cities. Users of the site can: View compensation levels on maps […]

Aaron Starr wins another round against Oxnard utility rate increase

Aaron Starr wins another round against Oxnard utility rate increase

By George Miller High legal drama in Oxnard today …. local business executive, activist and City Council candidate Aaron Starr’s legal team defeated the City in court today, winning a ruling that the City must produce a ballot “title & summary” of his initiative to roll back the recent wastewater rate increase. He cannot circulate ballot […]

Does the City of Oxnard hold any past officers responsible for their actions?

Does the City of Oxnard hold any past officers responsible for their actions?

By Phil Molina We will learn this Tuesday that the auditors are finding it difficult to complete the city’s audits on time. One “little” reason is that the city staff hasn’t reconciled the city’s cash account(s) since June or November of 2014.   Yes the city has been running blind fiscally for the last year to […]

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