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City of Oxnard Announces New Public Works Director

City of Oxnard Announces New Public Works Director

Oxnard, California – City Manager Greg Nyhoff has announced the appointment of Rosemarie Gaglione as the city’s new Public Works director, effective Jan. 16, 2018. Gaglione has wide experience in the field of public works, most recently having worked as the Public Works director and city engineer for the City of Goleta, where she was […]

Oxnard State of the City: Better

Oxnard State of the City: Better

By George Miller Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn told a crowd of residents, officials and staff that the City is better off now and explained why. The event was sponsored by the Inter-Neighborhood Council (INCO) Watch Oxnard INCO video. It was held in a cavernous hall at the Performing Arts Center which was also the venue […]

Oxnard “State of the City” Town Hall Meeting- Sept. 7, 6:30 pm

Oxnard “State of the City” Town Hall Meeting- Sept. 7, 6:30 pm

  ambulance arial, cialis sans-serif; font-size: 12pt;”>Full event announcement: https://www.oxnard.org/inco-town-hall-meeting-sept-7-2016/ ampoule arial, sans-serif;”>Residents are invited to attend the Inter-Neighborhood Council Organization’s (INCO) second annual town hall meeting featuring Mayor Tim Flynn Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016, at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center and Convention Center, Oxnard Room, 800 Hobson Way. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The program […]

Oxnard approves City Mgr. contract extension, new ethics policy, Ormond Beach and Landscaping deals

Oxnard approves City Mgr. contract extension, new ethics policy, Ormond Beach and Landscaping deals

By George Miller City Manager contract extension In a sometimes heated debate, the Oxnard City Council approved a one year extension of City Manager Greg Nyhoff’s contract from 5-31-17 to 5-31-18, as well as increasing leave time to 200 hours and reducing recoverable time to 60 days. See previous ARTICLE with terms. The lack of any […]

Statement from Oxnard City Manager Greg Nyhoff regarding resignation of Fire Chief Bryan Brice

Statement from Oxnard City Manager Greg Nyhoff regarding resignation of Fire Chief Bryan Brice

City manager appoints Ingrid A. Hardy as new cultural and community services director

City manager appoints Ingrid A. Hardy as new cultural and community services director

Resident anger over Oxnard maneuver to shut down ballot initiative for wastewater rate hike rescinding

Resident anger over Oxnard maneuver to shut down ballot initiative for wastewater rate hike rescinding

By George Miller We reported last week that the city had employed a slick legal maneuver (complaint for declaratory relief) to stall the wastewater rate increase-rescinding ballot initiative filed by local activist/City Council candidate Aaron Starr. The City claimed that the initiative was “illegal” because it would deprive the City of revenues needed to provide […]

Good news/bad news at Oxnard Fiscal Policy Task Force meeting- $89 million in discovered liabilities, no bank reconciliation yet and ….

Good news/bad news at Oxnard Fiscal Policy Task Force meeting- $89 million in discovered liabilities, no bank reconciliation yet and ….

By George Miller First the bad news: $89 million dollars in previously undiscovered liabilities; failure to reconcile bank statements for a year; no CAFR until February 2016 (best estimate); $10 million in golf course losses, $40 million in deferred compensation liabilities not shown; weak internal controls; antiquated systems The City Council formed the Fiscal Policy […]

What didn’t happen at Oxnard Council is more important than what did

What didn’t happen at Oxnard Council is more important than what did

By George Miller What was NOT addressed at the Tuesday, October 6 Oxnard Council meeting was likely more important than what was. Issues with tens of millions of dollars impact went unaddressed. Dozens of people came to the meeting to hear/talk about the multi (3)-million dollar assessment district fiasco and the high-stakes discussion over huge utility rate […]

Proposed Oxnard housing development receives less than enthusiastic reception

Proposed Oxnard housing development receives less than enthusiastic reception

By George Miller Still another housing development pre-application review – named Rio Urbana- was presented at the 9-1-15 Oxnard City Council meeting. Citing concerns about traffic congestion, pedestrian safety, “San Fernando-ization” (the cumulative effect of adding more and more high-density housing), pollution, infrastructure costs, water supply, tandem parking, school crowding and more, some residents speaking and some […]

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