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Persistent kayakers continue fight via Coastal Commission for use of Kiddie Beach launch at Channel Islands Harbor

Persistent kayakers continue fight via Coastal Commission for use of Kiddie Beach launch at Channel Islands Harbor

By George Miller The members of the California Kayak Friends club had used Kiddie Beach, inside the entrance to Channel Islands Harbor ,for decades to launch and land their kayaks.  It’s a nice little “pocket beach,” located close to the ocean where they usually paddle. With a nice parking lot, short walk to the beach, nearby restrooms, […]

VC Harbor Director retires, gets consulting contract to continue her unpopular “Fisherman’s Wharf” densification

VC Harbor Director retires, gets consulting contract to continue her unpopular “Fisherman’s Wharf” densification

By Tom Petersen   A new start- NOT The Current Channel Islands Harbor, Harbor Director has announced that she is retiring in March. The county posted the application and qualifications needed for the new Harbor Director position yesterday. At the same time they announced that the CURRENT Harbor Director is to get a consulting contract […]

County Harbor Department Director Lyn Krieger to retire

County Harbor Department Director Lyn Krieger to retire

VENTURA, Calif. – After more than 21 years of service to the people of Ventura County, Lyn Krieger, Harbor Department Director, has announced her retirement effective at the end of March 2018. Krieger came to the County in 1996 after 15 years in the private sector, and 7 years with the city of Stockton. She […]

We WILL Parade! | 52nd Annual Parade of Lights Channel Islands Harbor

We WILL Parade! | 52nd Annual Parade of Lights Channel Islands Harbor

The 52nd Annual Parade of Lights, “Fairy Tales Afloat,” and daytime activities are planned to be held as scheduled on December 9th, the Ventura County Harbor Department announced today.  “After consulting with weather and public safety officials regarding potential impacts from the Thomas Fire, we have determined that we can proceed with this much-loved community tradition,” […]

VC Supervisor meets with paddlers at Oxnard’s Kiddie Beach on watercraft ban

VC Supervisor meets with paddlers at Oxnard’s Kiddie Beach on watercraft ban

By George Miller Watercraft/paddling ban is now being enforced at Kiddie Beach, Channel Islands Harbor, Oxnard Meetings with Ventura County Harbor Department, which has jurisdiction in lower harbor, have been inconclusive for many months Paddling organizations have proposed a 25-30′ strip of land on north end of beach be used for launchings/landings Beach is nearly […]

VC Harbor Dept tries to force Oxnard compliance on Fisherman’s Wharf project

VC Harbor Dept tries to force Oxnard compliance on Fisherman’s Wharf project

By George Miller   Lyn Krieger, Director of the Ventura County Harbor Department sent  a demanding, legalistic letter to Oxnard Planning Director Ashley Golden, insisting that the City change its Local Coastal Plan (LCP) to conform with its 2030 General Plan and claiming that state law requires them to do so. The intent is to force the […]

Oxnard Says No to Amendment in Fisherman’s Wharf Apartment Project

Oxnard Says No to Amendment in Fisherman’s Wharf Apartment Project

By Debbie Mitchell CITY OF OXNARD Harbor TASK FORCE MEETING Regarding City of Oxnard’s Jurisdictional Role in Ventura County’s FISHERMAN’S WHARF APARTMENT PROJECT  CITY SAYS NO to Amendment The Harbor Task Force Meeting was attended by over 120 residents at the PAC on Thursday September 29th. The Mayor opened the meeting with an explanation that […]

Oxnard Fisherman’s Wharf Redevelopment Hits Coastal Commission Snag

Oxnard Fisherman’s Wharf Redevelopment Hits Coastal Commission Snag

By Tim Pompey The current redevelopment proposal for Fisherman’s Wharf, managed by the Ventura County Harbor Department, and in cooperation with developers Geoff Palmer,Tom Tellefsen & Peter Mullen of Channel Islands Properties, LLC, has been delayed by the California Coastal Commission, primarily over concerns about conflicts with current Oxnard city zoning ordinances and questions regarding […]