Phil Molina for Oxnard Treasurer- candidate statement

order arial, sans-serif;”>CandidatesCornerI am Phillip Molina and am running for Oxnard City Treasurer.

I was married to my beautiful wife, Linda, for 44 years before she passed away.

If elected  I plan to:

    •  maximize city earnings by consolidating accounts,
    • establish a program to engage staff to identify and correct control weaknesses,
    • support changes to maximize transparency,
    • secure city assets,
    • and improve efficiency in the department so the public can be better served.MolinaPhil
 I have over 25 years of direct experience working as Finance Director and Treasurer for California cities and I have received Certificates of Appreciation for my work. Working with great staffs I never lost a dollar in any investment, and generated good returns.

My background is:

    • I am a Certified Court Mediator;
    • a Certified Public Accountant (CPA retired);
    • a member of the California and Illinois Societies of CPAs;
    • a member of the American Institute of CPAs;
    • I hold a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in Finance; and
    • I am a member of the Oxnard American Legion Post #48.

      Phil Molina

I served in the United States Army and graduated from Combat Engineer’s Officer School, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia in October 1970 and received an honorable discharge when my enlistment was completed.

I appreciate your vote.

– Phil Molina

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One Response to Phil Molina for Oxnard Treasurer- candidate statement

  1. Robert Weber August 20, 2016 at 11:18 am

    Dear Readers;
    It is another “deja due – all over again” for me when I notice Phillip Mollina running for Oxnard Treasurer. His name was given to me when the Board of Loaves and Fishes of Paso Robles needed to establish itself as a non-profit. It has been over 40 years now and I have watched Phil move from city and county financial offices in California. The same story line followed him. Financial chaos overcame a city. Phil would go in and correct the situation, getting fiscal solvency. A political change would occur, Phil would point out legal and fiscal problems that elected officials faced in their agendas. Out went Phil to clean up some other mess.
    When he sent packing from Paso Robles it was very sound fiscally. Phil had innovated in developing solutions that saved tax payers and the city and produced a healthy surplus. Along came new elections and Phil was forced out. Paso Robles went into the red shortly thereafter and elected and appointed officials went scurrying.
    Apparently Phil wants to be on the other side of the fence and have the power of the electorate behind him. Voters of Oxnard could not be better served than to elect Phil as their Treasurer.

    Robert “Dugan” Weber, Lancaster, CA


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