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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 […]

Harbor Resident Advises VC Star on Dirty Harbor Water, Local Economy

Harbor Resident Advises VC Star on Dirty Harbor Water, Local Economy

By Charles McLaughlin I wrote to the VC Star on their Saturday articles on: “Harbor water turns brown over the past week” / “Flynn commits to economic efforts” I can address both of the above articles with one solution. Beg NRG to come back into negotiations. Now the art of the deal: Request that they take […]

New York vows to reopen Statue of Liberty, at its own cost

The Statue of Liberty, temporarily closed by a US government budget shutdown, will reopen on Monday to once again beckon other countries’ “huddled masses” — as well as not-so-poor tourists with dollars to spend.

Mayor Flynn opines on NRG Mandalay power plants 2017 shutdown

Mayor Flynn opines on NRG Mandalay power plants 2017 shutdown

By George Miller Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn got back to us belatedly, today, on the upcoming NRG Mandalay power plants shutdown, well after our deadline on our Mandalay Plant shutdown article last week. Not long after two California Energy Commission members put out a bulletin on their own saying they intended to vote against the […]