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Open Letter to Port Hueneme City Council – Covid-19 Business Impacts

Open Letter to Port Hueneme City Council – Covid-19 Business Impacts

CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 21, 2020 | Open Forum Comment – Covid-19 Business Impacts The City of Port Hueneme prides itself in being the “Friendly City by the Sea.” Presumably this applies to all: residents, visitors and businesses alike. Two years ago, the Port Hueneme City Council succeeded in passing a sales tax measure […]

POLITICS | Race for the Thousand Oaks City Council – Meet Colleen Andersen

POLITICS | Race for the Thousand Oaks City Council – Meet Colleen Andersen

CEO, entrepreneur, 12 year resident, member of T.O. Economic Development Committee.  Website “ca4council.com” The next four years are critical for Thousand Oak’s recovery and continued success in the future. We must achieve Covid recovery, submit our plan to address State housing mandates, resolve lingering housing, homelessness, municipal and safety improvement issues, and complete our General Plan for the next 15 […]

Dr. Kevin McNamee Qualifies for the November 3, 2020 Election

Dr. Kevin McNamee Qualifies for the November 3, 2020 Election

  Thousand Oaks: July 30, 2020, Dr. Kevin McNamee qualified as a Thousand Oaks City Council candidate for the November 3, 2020 election.   The long-time resident of Thousand Oaks, Dr. McNamee is an observer and speaker at city council meetings. He wishes to serve this special city as a citizen-politician by continuing his successful clinical […]

POLITICS | City Council, School District candidates face Aug. 7 filing deadline to run

POLITICS | City Council, School District candidates face Aug. 7 filing deadline to run

The Aug. 7 deadline for local city council and school board races is rapidly approaching with city council candidates needing to file documents with at least 20 signatures (30 is preferable) and have all paper work completed and submitted prior to 5 p.m. on the deadline date. A candidate statement filing fee costs from $700 […]

Ventura postpones decision on Junipero Serra statue to July 15 after technical and legal issues raised; looking into placing issue before general election voters

Ventura postpones decision on Junipero Serra statue to July 15 after technical and legal issues raised; looking into placing issue before general election voters

By Michael Hernandez VENTURA—City Council member Jim Friedman (District 5) directed City Attorney Gregory Diaz to see if the final decision on the Junipero Serra statue could be placed before voters in the November general election despite being told by City Clerk Antoinette Mann that the Ventura County deadline for placing measures in the general […]

City Council debates Junipero Serra statue Tuesday

City Council debates Junipero Serra statue Tuesday

By Michael Hernandez  VENTURA—A progressive petition platform has collected (as of noon Monday) 4,915 signatures to keep the Junipero Serra statue displayed in front of City Hall. The issue is set to be debated as Agenda Item 12A at Tuesday’s (July 7) Ventura City Council special meeting starting at 6 p.m. Change.org has given a […]

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 […]

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