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Both sides of Mandalay shores short-term rental dispute court ruling claim victory

Both sides of Mandalay shores short-term rental dispute court ruling claim victory

By George Miller The battle over whether short-term residential rentals should be permitted is raging all along the California coast and has gotten far worse since on-line rental services have boomed. Investigations into feasibility of banning or severe restrictions by cities such as Oxnard have shown that the CA Coastal Commission has come down in […]

Election aftermath: Mandalay Shores Community Association power struggle

Election aftermath: Mandalay Shores Community Association power struggle

By George Miller & Julie Pena  (Article last updated 4-5-16, 10:45 pm)   George Miller: 1. On their second try, MSCA (Mandalay Shores Community Association) was finally able to recently hold its annual meeting and conduct the Board of Directors election, which seems to still be in dispute.   2. Ms Pena, who wrote the section […]

Trouble in paradise- Chapter II: Huge crowd shows up at Mandalay Shores Assoc. annual meeting and it’s canceled

Trouble in paradise- Chapter II: Huge crowd shows up at Mandalay Shores Assoc. annual meeting and it’s canceled

By George Miller Short-term rentals, cover-up, legal expenses, dues, management company, board arrogance are issues Over 300 people, more than ten times the normal turnout,  showed up for what was expected to be a contentious  annual meeting of Oxnard’s Mandalay Shores Community Association.  Note that it is NOT a “Homeowners Association” which would put it under different laws. […]

Trouble in paradise: Combative meeting anticipated for Mandalay Shores Community Assoc Saturday 1-9-15

Trouble in paradise: Combative meeting anticipated for Mandalay Shores Community Assoc Saturday 1-9-15

By George Miller The last meeting of the Mandalay Shores Community Association on 11-19-15 was a doozy. Held at the nearby Waterside restaurant, the room was packed to overflowing and tempers were high. Issues in contention were short term house rentals, Association budget, dues increase, legal expenses, street flooding/drainage, even the very existence and utility of […]