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Oxnard City Manager Disputes VC Star Ad Regarding Budget

Oxnard City Manager Disputes VC Star Ad Regarding Budget

OXNARD, CA. – A recent full-page ad in the VC Star portrayed that the City of Oxnard “found” $5.6 million the day its annual budget was passed. This is not true. That money is from bond proceeds, which is held by Wells Fargo Bank, the trustee of those funds. And, those funds can only be […]

Ventura County Supervisors pass $2.309 billion Budget

Ventura County Supervisors pass $2.309 billion Budget

VENTURA, Calif. – The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a budget of $2.309 billion for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 on June 17, 2019. It is the strongest budget in County history and, overall, is slightly higher – 3.2 percent – than the current budget. The County budget is almost twice as large as the county’s 10 […]

Santa Paula: Hospital Reprieve and Challenging FY 19/20 Budget

Santa Paula: Hospital Reprieve and Challenging FY 19/20 Budget

By Sheryl Hamlin Santa Paula Hospital Reprieve Thanks to 10 Babies a Month from Clinicas Director of VCHCA Bill Foley and County CEO Mike Powers were keynote presenters in the June 24th, 2019 Santa Paula Special Council Meeting. As Director Foley reminded, the Obstetrics department of the Santa Paula Hospital had been scheduled tio close […]

Oxnard City Council Passes Controversial Budget; 6 Month Reprieve for PACC; Gets New Golf Course Operator; Approves Assessment District Fees

Oxnard City Council Passes Controversial Budget; 6 Month Reprieve for PACC; Gets New Golf Course Operator; Approves Assessment District Fees

By George Miller After much debate spanning multiple past meetings, The Oxnard Council at its six hour June 18 meeting finally approved a budget (item J-1) with major cuts to address what has become a structural deficit. Reductions in staff occurred in multiple areas. The general fund will be $141,567,529 + $23,782,900 for the Measure […]

Santa Paula: Red Flags from Budget and Council Meetings

Santa Paula: Red Flags from Budget and Council Meetings

By Sheryl Hamlin June is a frantic month for governments with the end of the fiscal year approaching on June 30, 2019. Santa Paula held the second of its budget meetings on June 19, 2019 prior to the regularly scheduled council meeting at 6:30 pm. Budget Takeaways Park and Rec Department Director Greg Barnes indicated […]

Conejo Valley Unified Schools expect $195 million expenses

Conejo Valley Unified Schools expect $195 million expenses

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—Next year’s (2019-2020) Conejo Valley Unified School District general fund expenses are projected at $195 million with estimated general fund revenue of $188 million according to the budget presented at the June 18th district board meeting.  The district is mandated to carry reserves of $9 million and is projecting an ending […]

County budget 2.3 Billion | 2.6 Percent Increase Over Current Year

County budget 2.3 Billion | 2.6 Percent Increase Over Current Year

VENTURA, Calif. – The Board of Supervisors was presented a preliminary budget of $2.3 billion for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 on June 4, 2019. They are expected to approve a final budget following two hearings for public comments on the budget on June 17. Overall, next year’s total budget is slightly higher – 2.6 percent – […]

City of Camarillo Approves $179.7 Million Dollar Budget

City of Camarillo Approves $179.7 Million Dollar Budget

Camarillo, California – On June 12, 2019, the Camarillo City Council adopted a structurally balanced $179.7 million annual budget for Fiscal Year 2019/20, to provide services and fund projects that are vital for the well-being of Camarillo residents. “Overall, the City’s financial position remains in excellent condition,” stated City Manager Dave Norman. “The City Council […]

Santa Paula: First Look FY 19-20 Budget

Santa Paula: First Look FY 19-20 Budget

By Sheryl Hamlin City Manager Rock introduced the June 5, 2019 meeting saying that this was the first of several budget meetings for the FY 19/20 year. The law requires balanced budgets for all funds, he said. Finance Director Report Christy Ramirez, Finance Director, presented city wide budget items succinctly demonstrating knowledge of finance, pension […]

6-4-19 Oxnard Council Meeting Report Preview: Cannabis, Subsidized Housing, etc.

6-4-19 Oxnard Council Meeting Report Preview: Cannabis, Subsidized Housing, etc.

By George Miller The Oxnard City Council at its five hour 6-4-19 open meeting approved: direction to regulate cannabis manufacturing, testing and distribution; indicated they wanted to accelerate movement into cultivation and retailing of it (a change of direction); nearly no change budgets/strategies for the Housing Dept (city-owned housing) and Housing Commission (HUD-funded housing); objected […]

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