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Oxnard Councilman Perello Announces Positive “City Red Team” Work Performance Results

Oxnard Councilman Perello Announces Positive “City Red Team” Work Performance Results

From the Working Desk of Bert E. Perello City Councilman   300 West Third Street, 4th Floor Oxnard, CA 93030 (805) 240-6194 E-mail: [email protected] Councilman Perello Announces Positive “City Red Team” Work Performance Results: Upwards of $10 Million in Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) Funding Requests Submitted to FEMA by the City of Oxnard (March 20, […]

Oxnard Mayor’s power grab

Oxnard Mayor’s power grab

By Eileen Tracy   Have you noticed the agenda for the Oxnard Procedures Committee (consists of Mayor Tim Flynn and Bert Perello) tomorrow at 6 pm in h/r activity room? It is scheduled when INCO (Inter-Neighborhood Council) exec meeting is scheduled. The procedures proposed allow the chair to limit discussions of agenda items. I hope […]

Oxnard Recall: Partisanship, and Accountability

Oxnard Recall: Partisanship, and Accountability

By Chuck Hamm . . . Since our family has a business in Oxnard, I’ve taken an interest and supporting role in the Oxnard Recall campaign to oust 4 members of the Oxnard City Council. My main reasoning is that a recall and special election is a great tool for accountability, which our government in Oxnard […]

Do You Know Who Runs The City of Camarillo?

Do You Know Who Runs The City of Camarillo?

By Manuela Walter We always list the Camarillo City Council members in this section, but do you know who else runs our city and do you know that they have no terms/end dates to their positions? City Manager, Dave Norman In office since April 2016 Appointed by the City Council 2016 Total Compensation with Benefits: $342,467. (Note: […]

City of Ventura Council’s Contentious Meeting over Special Events

City of Ventura Council’s Contentious Meeting over Special Events

By Kevin Harris Impassioned Ventura area event promoters stayed late into the night to voice their opposition and concerns over proposed changes to the special event permitting processes on Monday night in Council Chambers. Those processes being reviewed for possible changes include increased insurance requirements for both for-profit and nonprofit vendors, and higher parking charges […]

Oxnard Treasurer and Council races still close

Oxnard Treasurer and Council races still close

By Phil Molina Hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving. According to the County’s webpage as of late this afternoon, I remain in  the lead at this time by 481 votes. The Election Board staff had no update on the number of ballots remaining uncounted at 2:30, but said December 5 at 5:00 as the absolute […]

Community invited to candidate debates scheduled for Oct. 13 and 17, 2016 at Oxnard PACC

Community invited to candidate debates scheduled for Oct. 13 and 17, 2016 at Oxnard PACC

The public is invited to hear from candidates vying for office in the upcoming November election at two debates hosted by the Inter-Neighborhood Council Organization (INCO) on Thursday, prescription Oct. 13, 2016, and Monday, Oct. 17, 2016. Both events are scheduled for 7-9 p.m. in the main auditorium at the Performing Arts and Convention Center, […]

League of Women Voters — Ventura Candidates Forum – Sept. 29th

League of Women Voters — Ventura Candidates Forum – Sept. 29th

 

Musings in Merry Old Oxnard

Musings in Merry Old Oxnard

Guest Editorial by Bill Winter As the pillars of Oxnard’s financial management deteriorate and disappear on the horizon, there is a surrogate Treasurer who, for the interim, will spin and weave as a host of others in tow vie to become Oxnard’s next City Treasurer. So there we are in that department. Step up next […]

Simi City Council at odds with SB7 prevailing wage bill becoming law.

Simi City Council at odds with SB7 prevailing wage bill becoming law.

By Debra Tash At its October 14th 2013 meeting (Agenda Video), stuff the Simi Valley City Council heard a presentation by staff on a proposal to reduce its fee schedule for commercial and industrial projects.  Staff’s report stated that with the passage and signing by Governor Brown of SB7 (Steinberg), ask the fees schedule would need […]

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