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Oxnard Treasurer writes about water costs

Oxnard Treasurer writes about water costs

By Phil Molina  . A number of friends asked me for my comments about Oxnard’s Water Enterprise utility. To respond I am providing the information below, which is not intended to answer all questions, but just to look at the P&L (Profit and Loss) statement for some clues as to what happened and why. . […]

Port Hueneme Pride Certificate of Merit to be presented at May 1 Council meeting

Port Hueneme Pride Certificate of Merit to be presented at May 1 Council meeting

By Tom Dunn “Hello Port Hueneme’s” ‘Port Hueneme Pride Certificate of Merit’ will be presented to four young women from Hueneme High School. These four young women, coached by Walter Moody, play on the school’s girls tennis team. Aline Rojas, Bianca Torres, Alexis Hernandez and Esmeralda Rios were awarded academic scholarships at Heidelberg University in […]

Oxnard PD: DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint Results (4/30/17)

Oxnard PD: DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint Results (4/30/17)

The Oxnard Police Department Traffic Unit conducted a DUI/Driver’s license checkpoint on April 29, 2017, between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 3:00 a.m. The location of the checkpoint was southbound Rose Avenue north of Lindsey Drive.  Checkpoints are placed in locations that have the greatest opportunity for achieving drunk and drugged driving deterrence and […]

Oxnard water RiverPark Reclamation And Recharge JPA Meeting

Oxnard water RiverPark Reclamation And Recharge JPA Meeting

By Dan Pinedo   The RiverPark Reclamation And Recharge Joint Powers Authority Board of Directors,( Chairman Sheldon Berger and  Director Daniel Naumann from United Water Conservation District and Vice Chairman Bert Perello and Director Tim Flynn from  City Of Oxnard). Be held a special meeting on April 26, 2017 to receive a Status Report on […]

City of Oxnard News Bulletin 4-28-17

City of Oxnard News Bulletin 4-28-17

Attached is the April 28, 2017 edition of Oxnard News in Brief: April 28, 2017 edition,  www.oxnard.org/newsletters. Inside this edition: Book signings, food, entertainment at Oxnard Library’s 110th anniversary celebration April 29 National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day April 29 Earth Day event draws families for fun, educational activities that raise awareness City of Oxnard hosts La Colonia green alley demonstration project […]

Oxnard Library 110th anniversary Celebration

Oxnard Library 110th anniversary Celebration

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Immigration Forum/Foro de Inmigracion in Oxnard

Immigration Forum/Foro de Inmigracion in Oxnard

On Monday April 17th, 2017 Oxnard Revival Center (ORC), Oxnard Police Department and the Mexican Consulate of Oxnard partnered to host an Immigration Forum “Know your Rights.” With the recent concerns in immigration, ORC hosted this forum to educate and inform concerned residents. Approximately 100 attendees had the opportunity to hear from an immigration attorney, […]

Port Hueneme 4-17-17 City Council meeting review- Good news- great water again!

Port Hueneme 4-17-17 City Council meeting review- Good news- great water again!

By Tom Dunn At the 4-17-17 Port Hueneme city council meeting Dept Head Steve Hickox announced that water quality is close to the quality of PH water 2 years ago before the drought caused a major decline in water quality. The TDS reading of water before the drought 2 years ago was 250-275 and increased to 750-825 […]

Camarillo City Council- March 22, April 12, Desalter and St. John’s Seminary Sr. project update

Camarillo City Council- March 22, April 12, Desalter and St. John’s Seminary Sr. project update

By Manuela Walter March 22nd City Council Meeting Marijuana Update: According to the March 22nd meeting minutes, during New Business—Oral Communications, Mayor McDonald noted the County was considering an ordinance to allow and regulate marijuana cultivation and facilities in the unincorporated areas. McDonald wanted the City to send a letter stating the City’s opposition to […]

Political Bias in Our Schools

Political Bias in Our Schools

. . By Manuela Walter . It is well known that many of our universities have an extremely liberal political bias, where professors somehow feel the need to tell their students about their personal political opinions, which are generally very left-leaning. We have now experienced this in our own backyard. Since the November presidential election, […]