Preview of Tuesday Oxnard City Council Meeting Report

At the 5-21-19 Oxnard City Council meeting, a far-reaching overhaul and streamlining of the notoriously slow, cumbersome development/planning process was unveiled; dozens of residents rebelled against the proposed shutdown (to close a $9 million dollar shortfall) of  beloved amenities such as the Performing Arts Center, Carnegie Art Museum and Colonia Library; the renewal of the Downtown Oxnard District is on track; the Convention and Tourism Bureau progress and budget (self-funded) for next year was reviewed; the “single audit for federal grants revealed many festering overall accounting/finance problems persisting.; the contracted internal audit/whistleblower slow progress and expanded scope/schedule was presented.; Citizen Advisory Group appointments were approved. Quite a few were held up for lack of background check completions.

Watch for full report soon!

2 Responses to Preview of Tuesday Oxnard City Council Meeting Report

  1. R. Franks May 22, 2019 at 6:14 pm

    The library recommended for closing is Colonia, not S. Oxnard.


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