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Oxnard News in Brief – March 14 edition

Oxnard News in Brief – March 14 edition

City of Oxnard   Inside this edition: Oxnard City Corps and PAL youth honored by California Department of Parks and Recreation Traffic advisories for March 2017 Free tax preparation assistance St. Patrick’s Day safety Oxnard artist will attempt to break Guinness World Records starting March 17 Disaster preparedness training March 18 Animal licensing fair March […]

Congratulations to members appointed to Oxnard’s Citizen Advisory Groups (CAGs)

Congratulations to members appointed to Oxnard’s Citizen Advisory Groups (CAGs)

Congratulations to members appointed to Oxnard’s Citizen Advisory Groups (CAGs) Members will serve on the CAGs for two years, with the exception of Planning Commission members who will serve for four years. APPOINTMENTS Commission on Homelessness Andrea Renee Houchin, Christine Rutter, Francine Castanon, Grant Leichtfuss, Lizet Melgoza, Lucy Cartagena Martinez, Yukio Okano Community Relations Commission […]

Judge granted Oxnard stay on wastewater rate increase while city working on rates, opposition to Measure M. Trial will be on June 20.

Judge granted Oxnard stay on wastewater rate increase while city working on rates, opposition to Measure M. Trial will be on June 20.

By George Miller Measure M stay granted on December 16 Most recently, trial was set for June 20 Oxnard to work on rate-setting process meanwhile Opponents of an Oxnard utility rate increase have been battling over it for nearly a year. Months before that, the  city had commissioned  a rate study which recommended 87% in […]

Oxnard caves on Starr utility rate initiative ballot statement

Oxnard caves on Starr utility rate initiative ballot statement

By George Miller An Oxnard City Council majority has been sparring with “Moving Oxnard Forward” (MOF), an activist organization led by local businessman and City Council candidate Aaron Starr, over MOF’s initiative to roll back the wastewater rate increase. On Tuesday night, after a long closed session, the City Council and staff filed into council chambers, late for […]

Oxnard won’t let you see things on: litigation, employee evaluation and real estate deals

Oxnard won’t let you see things on: litigation, employee evaluation and real estate deals

Oxnard is holding a closed special meeting (AGENDA) Monday, 2-29-16 on anticipated litigation, employee performance evaluation and real estate negotiations. At the regular Tuesday meeting 3-1-16 (AGENDA), the Council will hear the status of Maintenance Assessment Districts (MAD’s), a Regional Emergency Response Operations Agreement,  the Recycled Waterline Project, Specific Plan Amendment No. 1 to the Village Specific Plan, Issuance […]

Oxnard PD officers arrest suspected car thief after hit and run

Oxnard PD officers arrest suspected car thief after hit and run

Tim Flynn for Oxnard Mayor- candidate statement

Tim Flynn for Oxnard Mayor- candidate statement

Candidates Corner   In the first 30 days at the helm I guided the City Council to abolish the giving away of multi-million dollar contracts such as those that led to the FBI’s and District Attorney’s two-year-long investigation. I voted to recover secret retirement benefits given to select employees, refused to settle a lawsuit with […]