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Citizens Journal publisher to speak at RFW South Bay on Thu 1-11-18

Citizens Journal publisher to speak at RFW South Bay on Thu 1-11-18

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Oxnard endeavors to clean out homeless encampment at toxic waste site

Oxnard endeavors to clean out homeless encampment at toxic waste site

By George Miller Received  a copy of this email (below) by Oxnard Assistant City Manager Ruth Osuna on Wednesday. City officials are anxious to get the remaining homeless encampment at the Halaco toxic waste site out, due to high crime, sanitation and other safety problems, including living at a toxic waste site.  The original completion […]

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 […]

On-board Channel Islands Parade of Lights 2017 winner!

On-board Channel Islands Parade of Lights 2017 winner!

By George Miller The Channel Islands Parade of Lights is one of Oxnard’s premier holiday events.  Everything from large yachts down to kayaks are decorated for the Christmas/holiday season and paraded up and down the main channels of the harbor, giving it its most festive look for the year. This year’s theme was “Fairy Tales […]

CA District 26 Congressional candidate’s movie career more controversial than thought

CA District 26 Congressional candidate’s movie career more controversial than thought

By George Miller Ventura County Republicans in the know are abuzz about a CA District 26 Congressional candidate’s controversial movie career. Antonio Sabato Jr. emigrated to the US when he was a boy, went to Beverly Hills HS and that’s about as far as he went academically. But he made a successful career for himself […]

Conejo School Board releases final book selection/opt-out policy

Conejo School Board releases final book selection/opt-out policy

By George Miller As reported last week, the Conejo Valley Unified School District board approved a new book selection and opt-out policy, or as they call it: “Selection and Evaluation of Instructional Materials.” It was a messy meeting, since the version submitted for approval by board member Sandee Everett was disputed, as the Superintendent’s committee […]

Tax cut??? Ha!

Tax cut??? Ha!

By George Miller (originally published 9-29-17- needed re-airing and still seems applicable with only minor changes)   My friends are shocked to hear that I do NOT favor a tax cut right now. You may ask why, or maybe you don’t give a #*@)!. But I’ll tell you anyway: A tax cut without spending cuts […]

Mayor Flynn opines on NRG Mandalay power plants 2017 shutdown

Mayor Flynn opines on NRG Mandalay power plants 2017 shutdown

By George Miller Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn got back to us belatedly, today, on the upcoming NRG Mandalay power plants shutdown, well after our deadline on our Mandalay Plant shutdown article last week. Not long after two California Energy Commission members put out a bulletin on their own saying they intended to vote against the […]

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