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Oxnard: Sakioka Farms Business Park to bring 5,000-9,000 jobs; a Sell Job on $45 Million Sales Tax Increase and More to Finance Budget Spending

Oxnard: Sakioka Farms Business Park to bring 5,000-9,000 jobs; a Sell Job on $45 Million Sales Tax Increase and More to Finance Budget Spending

By George Miller On June 16, the Oxnard City Council cleared away some of the last obstacles for the new Sakioka Farms Business Park to bring 5,000-9,000 jobs. The Developer promised to break ground on the project this year. The 430 acre site is the last remaining large undeveloped parcel in the city and a […]

Ventura | Our Advice: Let The Man Do His Job

Ventura | Our Advice: Let The Man Do His Job

“History Doesn’t Repeat Itself, But It Often Rhymes.” —Mark Twain Ventura finds itself staring down another multi-million-dollar budget deficit. This time we must overcome a 10% deficit, or $12 million. Most people’s attention won’t be on the budget because they’re focused on COVID-19 and the upheavals it has caused. The City Council will use the […]

Oxnard City Council Prepares to Enact Property Tax Assessment

Oxnard City Council Prepares to Enact Property Tax Assessment

DATE:             June 2, 2020 TO:                  City Council FROM:            Kevin Riper, Chief Financial Officer, (805) 385-7475, [email protected] SUBJECT:      Public Safety Property Tax Assessment FY 2020-21. RECOMMENDATION  That the City Council adopts a resolution establishing the FY 2020-21 tax rates on property in the City of Oxnard for the payment of voter-approved obligations related to public safety […]

Oxnard Council Initially Approves Major Reduction of City Treasurer Functions, Molina Attacked

Oxnard Council Initially Approves Major Reduction of City Treasurer Functions, Molina Attacked

By George Miller The most significant item of Oxnard City Council business for the evening of May 5 was accusing Treasurer Phil Molina of improper conduct (no corruption), stripping him of most duties and restructuring/gutting the Treasurer’s responsibilities. No one even mentioned Cinco de Mayo. The Council also approved a fiber optics master plan to […]

Video | Port Hueneme City Council 4/20/20

Video | Port Hueneme City Council 4/20/20

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Thousand Oaks Pastor Resigns Council Seat Over In-Person Church Communion, Makes National News

Thousand Oaks Pastor Resigns Council Seat Over In-Person Church Communion, Makes National News

    By George Miller and Debra Tash Calvary Chapel Godspeak Thousand Oaks (GCCTO) Pastor Rob McCoy resigned his position on the Thousand Oaks Council last night. He had a conflict with the City over its order to ban nearly all public gatherings, which resulted in his resignation. “Is the church going to sit back […]

Thousand Oaks City Council adopts local emergency resolution; appoints City Manager as Director of Emergency Services

Thousand Oaks City Council adopts local emergency resolution; appoints City Manager as Director of Emergency Services

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—The City Council on Tuesday ratified a Proclamation of the existence of a Local Emergency rendering certain emergency orders including the naming of City Manager Andrew Powers as Director of Emergency Services. “We are dealing with unprecedented circumstances,” said City Manager Andrew Powers.   “This is a unique crisis.  We have 10 […]

Simi Valley | Appeal Continued on Tapo St Development

Simi Valley | Appeal Continued on Tapo St Development

By Gina Harden SIMI VALLEY – The public hearing to consider an appeal of the Planning Commission’s decision to approve a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for 62 single room occupancy (SRO) residential units on vacant lots at 2225 and 2230 Tapo Street, was continued a second time due to a last minute agreement between the […]

Thousand Oaks City Council hears regional housing plan

Thousand Oaks City Council hears regional housing plan

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—City Council members received a draft of 2020-2024 Regional Housing Plan (RHP) developed by the City of Thousand Oaks, the County of Ventura and nine other county cities in collaboration with Cloudburst Consulting. The federal government requires each city that receives funding for programs from the U.S. Department of Housing and […]

Simi Approves $548k for Easy Fire Landfill Damages

Simi Approves $548k for Easy Fire Landfill Damages

By Gina Harden SIMI VALLEY – The City Council unanimously approved $548k in funding and a supplemental budget request for emergency work at the closed 66-acre Tierra Rejada Landfill.  According to Public Works Director Ron Fuchiwaki’s report, the October 2019 Easy Fire consumed all vegetation, destroyed the ground surface gas collection system and the flare […]

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