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Assuring grid reliability in California — a view from Commissioner Randolph

Assuring grid reliability in California — a view from Commissioner Randolph

    By Liane M. Randolph The following is a viewpoint by Commissioner Liane M. Randolph of the California Public Utilities Commission. On Feb. 28, 2018, my fellow Commissioners and I received a letter from NRG California South, which operates 11 natural-gas fired power plants in the state. The letter stated that NRG intended to “shut down and […]

Area Christmas lights

Area Christmas lights

By George Miller                       Channel Islands Harbor Parade of Lights By George Miller- Every year on the second Saturday in December, the most motivated local boaters compete in Oxnard’s Channel Islands Parade of Lights, a pageant of decorated, lighted boats of all sizes. This year’s […]

Major $60MM Oxnard seawall repair project still underway

Major $60MM Oxnard seawall repair project still underway

By George Miller Seawalls built in the 1970’s have required major repairs once before. Now, more work is needed, so a major project is in progress which will cost an estimated $60-80 million. The seawalls are actually owned by Oxnard, which says that homewowners should pay, so negotiations have been “interesting.” ____________________________________________________ George Miller is […]

Oxnard City Council 4-9-13: Soccer, Homeless, Class Warfare- Oh, My!

Oxnard City Council 4-9-13: Soccer, Homeless, Class Warfare- Oh, My!

Above: Council: Ramirez, (Mayor) Flynn, McDonald, Padilla By George Miller, Citizens Journal Oxnard, CA 4-10-13 Oxnard City Council http://www.ci.oxnard.ca.us/ Info: Agenda Video minutes later here: http://oxnard.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=46 Nearly 200 people packed the council chamber and much of the hallway on Tuesday night, as a (too) busy agenda of activities unfolded. Soccer advocates laid out the shortage […]