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Cultural Relations Commission Accepting Nominations For 2021 Community Recognition Awards Program

Cultural Relations Commission Accepting Nominations For 2021 Community Recognition Awards Program

Oxnard, Calif. – The City’s Community Relations Commission (CRC) announces that nominations are now being accepted for the 2021 Community Recognition Awards Program. Since 1989 the CRC awards program has recognized deserving individuals and groups that have furthered human relations in the Oxnard community. “Going through 2020 and heading into 2021, a year full of […]

City of Oxnard Issues Credit to Utility Customers; Also Cuts Current Utility Rates to Exclude Infrastructure Use Fee

City of Oxnard Issues Credit to Utility Customers; Also Cuts Current Utility Rates to Exclude Infrastructure Use Fee

OXNARD, Calif. – In a series of decisions that culminated in its final ruling in July of 2021 regarding the City of Oxnard’s Infrastructure Use Fee (IUF), the Ventura County Superior Court ordered the City to reimburse its utility funds a total of $36.5 million over a three-year period and to remove the IUF from […]

Commentary | Oxnard’s Chief Financial Officer Headed to the City of Long Beach

Commentary | Oxnard’s Chief Financial Officer Headed to the City of Long Beach

By Bert E Perello Oxnard was very fortunate to have Mr Riper as our City Chief Financial Officer; I can speak as an elected Oxnard City Council member before and after his  selection by current management to serve our community.  He never dodged a question in public or private , he answered in a plain […]

City of Oxnard Adopts First Positive Budget In a Decade

City of Oxnard Adopts First Positive Budget In a Decade

OXNARD, Calif. – The Oxnard City Council and Housing Authority adopted a Fiscal Year 2021-22 Operating and Capital Improvement Budget of $632,752,937 on June 30, 2021, which includes the General Fund group, landscape maintenance and community facilities district funds, special revenue funds, assessment district funds, enterprise funds, internal service funds and Housing Authority funds. The […]

Channel Islands Harbor Visioning Process Concludes

Channel Islands Harbor Visioning Process Concludes

A visioning process that will help shape development in the County of Ventura-managed Channel Islands Harbor has reached its conclusion. At the June 22, 2021 Board of Supervisors meeting, Ventura County Harbor Department Director Mark Sandoval, on behalf of the Channel Islands Harbor Visioning Steering Committee, presented the Channel Islands Harbor Vision Report. The report can […]

Commentary | Ventura County Judge deems Oxnard’s Actions “Illegal And Unreasonable”

Commentary | Ventura County Judge deems Oxnard’s Actions “Illegal And Unreasonable”

Good People of Oxnard,   Just plain bad governance!   Our/your city manager, city attorney, and council act as though they are above the law.  Is this the kind of “leadership” you deserve?   Here is a quote from the Ventura County Judge where he is clear the City of Oxnard’s actions were “illegal and […]

County of Ventura and City of Oxnard reach cooperation agreement for Channel Islands Harbor

County of Ventura and City of Oxnard reach cooperation agreement for Channel Islands Harbor

Ventura, CA – The County Board of Supervisors and City of Oxnard Councilmembers have both unanimously approved a cooperation agreement for major improvements in the Channel Islands Harbor agreeing to areas of land use and shared cost of maintenance and infrastructure.   “This reflects a major milestone and serves as a launching pad for future […]

Commentary | Conspiracy to Violate Prop 218 – Groundwater Recovery Enhancement and Recovery (GREAT) Program City of Oxnard, CA

Commentary | Conspiracy to Violate Prop 218 – Groundwater Recovery Enhancement and Recovery (GREAT) Program City of Oxnard, CA

By Larry Stein I am of the belief that the City Manager, the City Attorney, the City Chief Financial Officer, the previous Mayor and the previous Director of Public Works conspired to violate Proposition 218 by having one class of ratepayers pay for infrastructure, operation and debt service that solely benefits another class of ratepayers. […]

Oxnard City Council to Consider Resolution Condemning Racism, Xenophobia, Violence, and Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Oxnard City Council to Consider Resolution Condemning Racism, Xenophobia, Violence, and Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

OXNARD, Calif. – On Tuesday, March 30, 2021, the Oxnard City Council will consider a resolution condemning racism, xenophobia, violence, and hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI). “We are mourning for the victims of these senseless crimes that we have seen increasingly throughout the pandemic, and we stand in solidarity with the […]

City of Oxnard To Evict Halaco Slag Pile Homeless Encampment Again

City of Oxnard To Evict Halaco Slag Pile Homeless Encampment Again

By Doug Partello The City Council unanimously voted, at the Jan. 26, 2021 City Council Meeting, to approve the staff recommendation, from Emilio Ramirez, Housing Authority, to use $375,000 in CARES Act money to evict the inhabitants of the Halaco slag pile encampment. There are about thirty-five there now. No date was given. They are […]

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