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Private Sector Takes Over Fireworks Duties

Private Sector Takes Over Fireworks Duties

By George Miller With most municipal fireworks shows in the area canceled due to COVID-19 concerns, the private sector moved in to fill the breach. Do it yourself fireworks by residents have always been a problem in Oxnard, but it reached  a new level this year. For the last month, shooting off fireworks has been […]

SoCal Beachgoing on July 4, 2020

SoCal Beachgoing on July 4, 2020

    By George Miller What could be more American than a beach party and frolicking in the surf on the 4th of July- America’s Independence Day- the most patriotic of all our holidays? Well, it was illegal this year. Both Ventura County and Oxnard (and many other jurisdictions) completely closed the beaches for the […]

Coastal Commission to Address Short Term Rental Regulations July 10

Coastal Commission to Address Short Term Rental Regulations July 10

The longstanding disputes on short term rentals in Oxnard will be taken up by the Coastal Commission at its July 10 meeting, when it will rule on whether Oxnard’s new regulations governing rentals will be approved. The meeting starts at 9 am. You can watch online and/or comment: Virtual Hearing Procedures Submit Speaker Request Here […]

Oxnard Attempt to Declare Racism a “Public Health Crisis”

Oxnard Attempt to Declare Racism a “Public Health Crisis”

    By George Miller In its latest “virtue signaling” move, the Oxnard Council will consider a resolution to declare racism a “public health crisis” at the Tuesday June 30 Council meeting. Applicable material is in item H-1 starting on page 8 in the agenda packet. This wasn’t done before, but now it is apparently […]

Insanity Alert: Brave Catholic youth stand up to mob as Ventura police look on! Has Ventura decided to permit arson, vandalism and destruction of property?

Insanity Alert: Brave Catholic youth stand up to mob as Ventura police look on!  Has Ventura decided to permit arson, vandalism and destruction of property?

    By Michael Hernandez Brave Catholic youth heroically stopped a violent mob from tearing down the Father Junipero Serra statue last Saturday (June 20) while the Ventura City Police watched despite a June 11th video posted on the City of Ventura website quoting Ventura Police Chief Darin Schindler committing the department to “protect property […]

June 23, 2020 Items On The Ventura County Board of Supervisors Agenda for Harbor Department

June 23, 2020 Items On The Ventura County Board of Supervisors Agenda for Harbor Department

  Harbor & Beach Community Alliance Jun 22, 2020 | County Developer Actions To Bypass Oxnard, Letters, timeline  The Harbor Department has 2 Items on the agenda for June 23 2020 that we are opposed to! Subject: Board of Supervisors Meeting Agenda for June 23, 2020 – Consent Item #17: Approval of, and Authorization for the Harbor Director to […]

Oxnard: Sakioka Farms Business Park to bring 5,000-9,000 jobs; a Sell Job on $45 Million Sales Tax Increase and More to Finance Budget Spending

Oxnard: Sakioka Farms Business Park to bring 5,000-9,000 jobs; a Sell Job on $45 Million Sales Tax Increase and More to Finance Budget Spending

By George Miller On June 16, the Oxnard City Council cleared away some of the last obstacles for the new Sakioka Farms Business Park to bring 5,000-9,000 jobs. The Developer promised to break ground on the project this year. The 430 acre site is the last remaining large undeveloped parcel in the city and a […]

Oxnard Continues Tax Triple Whammy Plan- Tonight: 1 1/2% Sales Tax Gouging Pitch

Oxnard Continues Tax Triple Whammy Plan- Tonight: 1 1/2% Sales Tax Gouging Pitch

By George Miller We warned you about it last year, then subsequently, too, about the $77 million Oxnard “New Tax Triple Whammy”. Now, here is the next expensive installment we repeatedly cautioned you about- a $45 million dollar annual sales tax increase- on top of the $13 million one they previously sold you. Basically, staff […]

Firefighters Quickly Beat Down Blaze at Abandoned Casa Sirena

Firefighters Quickly Beat Down Blaze at Abandoned Casa Sirena

By George Miller Before 6 am on Monday, a fire burned on the north end of the long-abandoned Casa Sirena hotel on Peninsula Road at Channel Islands Harbor, Oxnard, but was quickly brought under control, then extinguished. The response was overwhelming, as units from multiple fire stations in Oxnard and even from the county dept […]

Oxnard: “We Can’t Breathe” Forum Held on June 13 in Response to George Floyd Incident

Oxnard: “We Can’t Breathe” Forum Held on June 13 in Response to George Floyd Incident

By George Miller Jordan Ward and Tamar Lee were motivated by the Minneapolis police officers’ George Floyd killing to hold an event on June 13, 2020 to explore the state of police killings and race relations, entitled “We Can’t Breathe- The Talk”. Pastor Lance Ralston, other Pastors and Elders of Calvary Chapel Oxnard hosted the […]

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