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VC Harbor Director Rebuttal to Harbor & Beach Community Association Complaints on Fisherman’s Wharf Plan Vs. Karls-Erlebnisdorf Vision

VC Harbor Director Rebuttal to Harbor & Beach Community Association Complaints on Fisherman’s Wharf Plan Vs. Karls-Erlebnisdorf Vision

By Mark Sandoval   I am writing in response to the article regarding the Fisherman’s Wharf and the recent proposal received for a theme park for that location.  First, I want to clear up mis-perceptions regarding the process used to search for a developer for the Fisherman’s Wharf parcels.  In 2004, the Harbor Department issued […]

Oxnard Performing Arts Center Board Laments City’s Refusal to Accept Operator Offer- EMERGENCY

Oxnard Performing Arts Center Board Laments City’s Refusal to Accept Operator Offer- EMERGENCY

By Manuel Herrera   Let’s let the truth be told! “DO NOT” let the city lie to you! They have been presented with an offer that meets their requirements. We, the Oxnard PACC  board of directors in partnership with Lance Sterling, a well respected promoter and owner of many successful venues including the Canyon club […]

Karl’s Erlebnisdorf: Answer for Oxnard Fisherman’s Wharf Debacle?

Karl’s Erlebnisdorf: Answer for Oxnard Fisherman’s Wharf Debacle?

By George Miller Oxnard, CA, 12-9-19 The fate of the ramshackle Fisherman’s Wharf, a New England style nautical themed development in Oxnard’s Channel Islands Harbor, is still up in the air. Now badly rundown and neglected, multiple attempts for years by the County, its owner of record, have failed to produce an acceptable proposal. Virtually […]

BEST PLACES TO SEE HOLIDAY LIGHTS IN OXNARD

BEST PLACES TO SEE HOLIDAY LIGHTS IN OXNARD

    Dash on down to Oxnard for some of the best holiday light displays in Ventura County! The holidays are fast approaching, so be sure to bundle up, order a cocoa to-go and hit these not-to-be-missed yuletide festivities! | Plaza Park, Downtown Oxnard When: Dec 6th, 2019, through Jan 2nd, 2020 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM […]

Remember Pearl Harbor

Remember Pearl Harbor

By Citizens Journal Staff This is the 78th anniversary of the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941. It was the worst attack on US territory since the War of 1812. The USA was caught largely unprepared for this, although some prudent steps had been taken to strengthen military forces in the preceding […]

Oxnard Council: Finalized Cannabis Sales, Short Term Rental Rules; Ban of Flavored Cigarettes

Oxnard Council: Finalized Cannabis Sales, Short Term Rental Rules; Ban of Flavored Cigarettes

By George Miller SUMMARY At the 12-3-19 Meeting, the Oxnard Council made a few  changes and approved final legislation for cannabis sales in the City. The next step is implementing supporting ordinances. After years of work, final short term rental (STR) rules were approved, with some exceptions carved out for The Colony/Harbor Island developments and […]

A Chicago Suburb School District Requires Girls to Share Locker Room

A Chicago Suburb School District Requires Girls to Share Locker Room

By Michael Hernandez PALATINE—A northwestern school district in a suburb of Chicago (population 69,000) is forcing females to share locker rooms with biological males in a 5-2 board decision made mid-November that is being called a “landmark” decision for transgender advocates nationwide.  Privacy stalls are available but transgender students will not be required to use […]

Chinese State Media Quiet After Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Camp Sweeps Elections

Chinese State Media Quiet After Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Camp Sweeps Elections

    . BY EVA FU . … After Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp scored a landslide victory in the city’s district elections on Nov. 25, Chinese state media have largely kept silent, omitting news of the result in its reports. The mainland media response stood in sharp contrast to its heavy propaganda campaign in the lead up to the elections, warning […]

Oxnard Council: Homeless Shelter Tentatively Approved; Ormond Beach Power Plant May Stay Open

Oxnard Council: Homeless Shelter Tentatively Approved;  Ormond Beach Power Plant May Stay Open

By George Miller At the 11-19-19 Oxnard Council meeting, The council approved a lease for a permanent homeless shelter on 1258 Saviers Road, subject to a very short 90 day contingency and public outreach period. City Manager Nguyen announced his intention to negotiate an extension in operations of the  Ormond Beach power plant in exchange […]

Oxnard City Treasurer Tries to Take Back Functions Ceded by Predecessors, Adhere to Law

Oxnard City Treasurer Tries to Take Back Functions Ceded by Predecessors, Adhere to Law

. . . By Phil Molina, Oxnard City Treasurer . I know and agree that fighting a government just for the sake of the fight doesn’t help anyone.  . I also know the City has passed ordinances that sometime seem to  disagree with the State law. Not being an attorney I am aware that General Law cities […]

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