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7-17-18 Hot Oxnard debate on Gang Injunctions-Renewal Delayed; Secret Starr Lawsuits Discussion; Housing Code Enforcement Crackdown Coming

7-17-18 Hot Oxnard debate on Gang Injunctions-Renewal Delayed; Secret Starr Lawsuits Discussion; Housing Code Enforcement Crackdown Coming

By George Miller 7-17-18 Oxnard Council Meeting: Hot debate on gang injunctions- agrees to do community discussion before trying to reactivate; New Dioji Day Care Pet Resort approved; More resident-initiated discussion on chronic parking problems; Secret discussions on Aaron Starr lawsuits; Special needs housing complex cleared to apply for private funding; Campaign signs law, public drinking […]

Starr Sues Oxnard Once Again!

Starr Sues Oxnard Once Again!

By George Miller Government Code section 41004 requires the City of Oxnard to release  monthly financial reports. They haven’t for a long time. They have promised to provide them, but they haven’t done so. Indignant, concerned Citizens, including Aaron Starr and wife Alicia Percell,  have stood up at meetings and written to demand it– but […]

July 10 Oxnard Council Meeting: New City Manager Nguyen; Status of Audit “Findings”; Officials, Public Lament Violence

July 10 Oxnard Council Meeting: New City Manager Nguyen; Status of Audit “Findings”; Officials, Public Lament Violence

By George Miller Oxnard 7-10-18 City Council meeting: new City Manager Alexander Nguyen was sworn in; received a report on progress in addressing many serious audit findings; $2 million no-bid animal control contract awarded to the county; $3MM+ beachfront house renovation approved over neighbor’s objections. Agenda Item E- Oath of Office for new City Manager […]

Judge’s Final Word On Oxnard Measure M Overturning Wastewater Rate Increases

Judge’s Final Word On Oxnard Measure M Overturning Wastewater Rate Increases

By George Miller In May, after a year of litigation by both parties, after the recall election was safely over and right about at the 90 day deadline after the trial was completed, Ventura County Superior Court Judge Rocky Baio tentatively ruled against Oxnard’s lawsuit against local financial executive and activist Aaron Starr’s wildly successful […]

Viet Nam Moving Wall Display Workers Thanked

Viet Nam Moving Wall Display Workers Thanked

By George Miller At the 7-10-18 Council meeting, Oxnard Councilman Bert Perello thanked the City Corps members who worked to enable the Viet Nam War Moving Wall event at the Ventura County Government Center recently. Here’s the list of all the City Corp members that helped in the set up and take down of the […]

Oxnard to discuss Channel Islands Water Problems at 7/5 Special Meeting

Oxnard to discuss Channel Islands Water Problems at 7/5 Special Meeting

By George Miller The Oxnard City Council will hold a special meeting at 9 Am on July 5. This meeting is needed to authorize an $72,650 extension to testing contracts, but does not say what they are testing for. A recent report said that there was no significant bacteriological danger. Residents have complained of the […]

The Channel Islands Harbor Water Circulation Saga

The Channel Islands Harbor Water Circulation Saga

By George Miller When the Oxnard City Council and various NGO’s scrambled to shut down Oxnard’s power plants, seemingly at any cost and blocked a state of the art clean gas plant replacement, something got lost in the shuffle. Unbeknownst to 99+% of local people, the old plant’s cooling system sucked millions of gallons of […]

Will the Real “Fake News” Please Stand up?

Will the Real “Fake News” Please Stand up?

    By George Miller Once again, another “Mainstream Media” giant changes hands, after spiraling down financially, professionally and morally over the years. The LA Times is still respected by some, but has slipped badly and is held in contempt by Conservatives in the know. It is the very embodiment of Fake News it accuses […]

Oxnard Council Close to City Mgr. Selection; Friction Between Flynn & Perello on Transparency vs. Protocol; Purchasing Rules Revamped

Oxnard Council Close to City Mgr. Selection; Friction Between Flynn & Perello on Transparency vs. Protocol; Purchasing Rules Revamped

By George Miller Oxnard City Council 6-12-18 meeting: They have it down to one City Manager candidate; meanwhile, appointed Asst. City Manager Jesus Nava as Interim City Manager; FIREWORKS CRACKDOWN; Juneteenth Event on Saturday; shot down proposed inter-govt. meeting committee; approved $2MM+ after school activities grant; argued over whether Council Members could/should attend rating agency […]

Thousand Oaks | Town Square to SB 54 (4-1 to do nothing) — The Fix Was In

Thousand Oaks | Town Square to SB 54 (4-1 to do nothing) — The Fix Was In

By Debra Tash Before facing down, then punting, on the issue of SB 54 Sanctuary State, which the Thousand Oaks Council buried deep in their agenda (page 7 of item 9C), they heard the Downtown Core Master Plan RESOLUTION ENDORSING DOWNTOWN CORE MASTER PLAN RES. NO. 2018. It was cooked up by the Raimi team, a […]

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