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Oxnard City Manager’s weekly report

Oxnard City Manager’s weekly report

By George Miller Thankfully, new Interim City Manager (and also Police Chief) Scott Whitney has found time, even with two big jobs, to formalize his weekly report in writing, something we have been asking for for years. His two immediate predecessors did it orally and much more informally. This seems much more useful, but you […]

Slime Ball attorney’s dictating public policy  

Slime Ball attorney’s dictating public policy  

    By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   In the help wanted section of the Mafia Handbook, the position of enforcer is a job that always needs to be filled.  Individuals who perform this task physically shakedown clients who owe gambling debts, are late in paying for protection, or who are reluctant to follow […]

Oxnard | Community Workshop on Proposed Election Districts Scheduled for Jan. 22

Oxnard | Community Workshop on Proposed Election Districts Scheduled for Jan. 22

  Oxnard, California – Oxnard residents will get another chance to provide input on the composition of proposed City Council election districts during a community workshop. DATE: Monday, Jan. 22, 2018 TIME: 6 p.m. LOCATION: Oxnard Performing Arts & Convention Center, Hueneme Room, 800 Hobson Way, Oxnard In November 2017, the Oxnard City Council adopted […]

District Elections –A symptom of California’s problems, Is all Politics Local?

District Elections –A symptom of California’s problems, Is all Politics Local?

.   By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views      It’s 7.38pm Standard Bureaucratic Standard Time BST at the Concord City Council.  After public testimony was heard from speakers who as a group were primarily ignorant, representing special interests, or both, the five elected officials on the dais were left to their deliberations.  The group had […]

Proposed Maps for Oxnard City Council Election Districts Available for Viewing

Proposed Maps for Oxnard City Council Election Districts Available for Viewing

Oxnard, California​ – Draft maps for Oxnard City Council election districts have been released to the public and can be viewed on the city’s website: oxnard.org/draft-district-maps. Of the 65 maps that were submitted by residents, 38 of them have been qualified by the demographer for further consideration by the City Council because the maps contain […]

Slime Ball attorneys dictating public policy  

Slime Ball attorneys dictating public policy  

    By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   In the help wanted section of the Mafia Handbook, the position of enforcer is a job that always needs to be filled.  Individuals who perform this task physically shakedown clients who owe gambling debts, are late in paying for protection, or who are reluctant to follow […]

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 […]

District Elections Deadline | Draw Your District | City of Ventura

District Elections Deadline | Draw Your District | City of Ventura

The City of Ventura encourages residents to participate in the district based elections map process with easy to use tools now available on the City’s website. Citizens can create their own maps by using the one-page map (available in English or Spanish), an online Excel file to map population units by district, or by using the […]

Cowardly City Council | Ventura City Council Says “Uncle!”

Cowardly City Council | Ventura City Council Says “Uncle!”

By Deborah Baber Savalla | The views expressed are those of the author and not necessarily of Citizens Journal   Ventura City Voters, please repeat after me (and your City Council): “Uncle! I give up!” On September 6, 2017 the Ventura City Council received a letter from the law office of Robert Rubin. Mr. Rubin […]