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Oxnard Local Coastal Plan (LCP) Meeting Invitation – August 9

Oxnard Local Coastal Plan (LCP) Meeting Invitation – August 9

What: Third public meeting regarding the City of Oxnard LCP Update. The City of Oxnard LCP was written in 1982 and is in need of a comprehensive update that will include new and emerging coastal topics such as sea level rise (SLR). Beginning in 2014, the City acquired grant and local funding to update the […]

City of Oxnard Local Coastal Plan (LCP) Update

City of Oxnard Local Coastal Plan (LCP) Update

What: Third public meeting regarding the City of Oxnard LCP Update. The City of Oxnard LCP was written in 1982 and is in need of a comprehensive update that will include new and emerging coastal topics such as sea level rise (SLR). Beginning in 2014, the City acquired grant and local funding to update the […]

Meeting Reminder: Public Review for Ventura County Local Coastal Program Amendments

Meeting Reminder: Public Review for Ventura County Local Coastal Program Amendments

Oxnard Council 9/23/14- Street repair financing; $80MM wastewater bond refi; shake-up at City Hall; coastal plan; and more

Oxnard Council 9/23/14- Street repair financing; $80MM wastewater bond refi; shake-up at City Hall; coastal plan; and more

By George Miller Covered at meeting:  $80MM Wastewater bond refi; new $24MM bond issue for accelerated street repairs; Coastal Plan update, HUD audit of Housing Dept.; Investment activity report; Prison labor for landscaping?  (Wastewater fee increase on agenda- not discussed).     Name Date Duration Agenda Minutes Video City Council Meeting September 23, 2014 05h […]

Oxnard Council passes moratorium on new power plants

Oxnard Council passes moratorium on new power plants

By George Miller The City Council voted unanimously to impose a 45 day moratorium (renewable twice up to two years total) on new power plant development, even though the California Energy Commission can do what it wants in that regard. The logic was that they don’t usually override the will of communities and also that […]