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Oxnard moves to commend outgoing City Manager Nyhoff, appoint Police Chief Whitney as Interim CM

Oxnard moves to commend outgoing City Manager Nyhoff, appoint Police Chief Whitney as Interim CM

By George Miller At tonight’s Council meeting, the City of Oxnard Council will consider commending outgoing City Manager Greg Nyhoff for his service in very difficult times and appointing Police Chief Scott Whitney to serve as Interim City Manager, along with his current assignment as Police Chief.   From 12-19-17 Oxnard City Council meeting agenda: […]

Oxnard City Manager Greg Nyhoff leaving for Vallejo

Oxnard City Manager Greg Nyhoff leaving for Vallejo

By Daniel Chavez, Jr. Forwarded to Citizens Journal by Oxnard Councilman Bert Perello: From Greg Nyhoff ::: Mayor Flynn, Mayor ProTem Rameriz and Members of the City Council. I would like to inform you that the City of Vallejo, California City Council will be considering the approval of a contract offer with me on December […]

Oxnard City Manager Gregeg Nyhoff Announces Selection of Downtown Revitalization Manager

Oxnard City Manager Gregeg Nyhoff Announces Selection of Downtown Revitalization Manager

After an extensive search, Oxnard City Manager Greg Nyhoff is excited to announce the appointment of Claudia Pedroso as Oxnard’s new Downtown Revitalization Manager who will assume her duties on December 4, 2017.  Ms. Pedroso currently serves as Senior Planner for the City of Thousand Oaks. “I know that Claudia Pedroso is exceptionally qualified for […]

Battle over Oxnard Fisherman’s Wharf redevelopment being fought out in the shadows

Battle over Oxnard Fisherman’s Wharf redevelopment being fought out in the shadows

By George Miller Oxnard’s Fisherman’s Wharf was developed decades ago, under the auspices of Ventura County, which claims ownership of the lower Chanel Islands Harbor, where it is situated. An idyllic representation of a New England fishing village, it contains a working fishing wharf/processing facility, a lighthouse and shops/restaurants in a New England architectural style, […]

The buck stops here? Oxnard Treasurer says he struggles to be allowed to do his job

The buck stops here? Oxnard Treasurer says he struggles to be allowed to do his job

By George Miller Oxnard had horrible financial records. This is not just a matter of opinion, but is documented by multiple outside financial and operational auditors, as well as statements by the City Manager and key staff.  Based on a recent audit, things are much better now, but there are still major problems. The Treasurers’s election race last […]

Oxnard City Manager Enterprise Funds Update

Oxnard  City Manager Enterprise Funds Update

By Greg Nyhoff Wishing you a safe and blessed New Years Holiday.   I want to provide you a brief update regarding the City’s Utility Enterprises.  We have been meeting and working on our Water and Wastewater Enterprises.  We have also been discussing our needs to raise rates for Environmental Resources but the needs in […]

Was a newly elected Oxnard official threatened- by Oxnard?

Was a newly elected Oxnard official threatened- by Oxnard?

By Phil Molina . Good People of Oxnard: . Is this a lesson in how to setup at the start a good relationship with newly elected officials? . 1. Threaten to cut the departmental budget so that the newly elected City Clerk and/or City Treasurer cannot fulfill their duties and campaign promises; 2. Threaten to sue the […]

Oxnard City Manager Nyhoff appoints two new leaders to head Finance and Fire departments

Oxnard City Manager Nyhoff appoints two new leaders to head Finance and Fire departments

Statement from City Manager Nyhoff on resignation of Assistant City Manager Hurtado

Statement from City Manager Nyhoff on resignation of Assistant City Manager Hurtado

OXNARD, Calif.–City Manager Greg Nyhoff announced that Assistant City Manager Maria Hurtado has resigned. Hurtado’s last day with the City of Oxnard is Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016. “Maria’s leadership was critical at a time when the city was facing extensive financial and organizational challenges. She was instrumental in rebuilding our Finance and Human Resources departments,” […]

Oxnard staff received massages at City Hall

Oxnard staff received massages at City Hall

By George Miller No, we’re not making this up. No, nothing untoward occurred, we’re told- and no, the city did not pay for it, we were also told. Persistent rumors that city employees were receiving free massages at Oxnard City Hall date back to July. They finally bubbled up to a public confrontation, when Councilman Bert […]

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