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Casa Pacifica Welcomes New CFO

Casa Pacifica Welcomes New CFO

Camarillo, CA – Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families welcomed Richard Gutierrez as their Chief Financial Officer on Monday, November 9th. Gutierrez joins Casa Pacifica’s senior leadership team guided by Chief Executive Officer Shawna Morris, who joined the nonprofit in July. Morris said, “We are fortunate to have Richard joining our team as he […]

Oxnard Treasurer’s Investment Committee Meeting- Lessons for Almost Any City

Oxnard Treasurer’s Investment Committee Meeting- Lessons for Almost Any City

By George Miller Oxnard Treasurer Phil Molina held a public City Treasurer’s Investment Committee meeting on 1-16-19. Unfortunately, this writer and a broker/consultant presenter were the only non-official attendees. Present were Molina, Consulting Expert to CDIAC (California Debt & Investment Advisory Committee) Kevin Webb, Assistant Treasurer Eden Alomeri, New CFO Kevin Riper, Citizen Committee Member Alphe […]

Oxnard City Manager Nyhoff appoints two new leaders to head Finance and Fire departments

Oxnard City Manager Nyhoff appoints two new leaders to head Finance and Fire departments

Injury prompts Oxnard chief financial officer’s resignation, City to reopen recruitment for replacement

Injury prompts Oxnard chief financial officer’s resignation, City to reopen recruitment for replacement

OXNARD, Calif.–City Manager Greg Nyhoff announced the resignation of Chief Financial Officer David Millican, effective Aug. 4, 2016. Millican suffered a serious knee injury that requires immediate surgery. Recovery is expected to take several months. “It’s an unfortunate situation, but I support Mr. Millican in doing what’s best for his health and wish him a […]

Oxnard’s late, troubled audit shows progress, but unsatisfactory for many- emotions run high

Oxnard’s late, troubled audit shows progress, but unsatisfactory for many- emotions run high

By George Miller Tuesday’s (5-24-16) tumultuous, emotional Oxnard City Council meeting’s main topic was the status of the long, long delayed and troubled audit status. Normally, audits for the fiscal year ending in June are fully completed and CAFR’s (Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports) all settled with the state by calendar year-end. But here it is, […]

Oxnard City Manager appoints David Millican as new Chief Financial Officer May 26, 2016

Oxnard City Manager appoints David Millican as new Chief Financial Officer May 26, 2016

More on the Oxnard Accounting meltdown

More on the Oxnard Accounting meltdown

By George Miller Ever since operational audits were initiated by Oxnard City Manager Greg Nyhoff a few months after he came aboard on 6-1-14, the city has been aware of glaring deficiencies. 128 were identified, in multiple departments, possibly worst and certainly most visible, in the Finance Department. Months after Finance Director James Cameron retired in […]

Does the City of Oxnard hold any past officers responsible for their actions?

Does the City of Oxnard hold any past officers responsible for their actions?

By Phil Molina We will learn this Tuesday that the auditors are finding it difficult to complete the city’s audits on time. One “little” reason is that the city staff hasn’t reconciled the city’s cash account(s) since June or November of 2014.   Yes the city has been running blind fiscally for the last year to […]

Financial expert disputes need for Oxnard water rate increase

Financial expert disputes need for Oxnard water rate increase

By Phil Molina Friends, I got the facts that I used for this report directly from the city’s budget page -31, and from the city’s most recent audit page 28. Additional data came from last council meeting agenda on the city’s budget namely, Mr. Lillio’s response to Councilman Perello’s questions: 1. what are the cash reserves […]