Good Morning Oxnard Show- News Segment 2-11-15

By George Miller

This segment (2-11-15), host Peter Godinez interviews CitizensJournal.us Publisher George Miller on this week’s Oxnard news.  Topics covered were: Accrued employee leave balances resolution, major March 5 community meeting on priorities and “trust-building,” new well and recycled water pipeline at golf course, Asset forfeiture funds to Police Dept., cultural arts and Measure O advisory group appointments postponed, Armando Vazquez letter/speech critical of Police Dept., Women Veterans’ Summit March 28, $2.5 million grant for water savings in Colonia and Del Sol Parks. Oxnard Beach improvements approved.

The Good Morning Oxnard show is recorded most Wednesday mornings (usually available as video on demand on kadytv.net within a couple of days), offering local personalities, issues and events- Hyper-local news, in the KADY TV tradition!   Past shows archived on the web site and via Citizensjournal.us.

 

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UmpquaThis week’s show location was at the Umpqua (yes, you read that right) Bank, 2801 N. Ventura Rd, not far from The Collection.  They are named after the Umpqua River in Oregon, site of an ancient native American settlement. UMPQUA VP Stacy Peterson told us that they are a division of Sterling, now have about 100 community banking locations in California and specialize in commercial business lending, but do other loans as well. The branch loves visItors and offers  free coffee and sometimes, donuts. It’s right on the way to the Collection, so it’s convenient. It’s also the only bank we’ve been to with a dog dish on the floor.  www.umpquabank.com

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George Miller is Publisher of Citizensjournal.us and a “retired” operations management consultant, active in civic affairs, living in Oxnard.

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