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Oxnard Celebrates Constitution, Latino Heritage, Examines Heavy Housing/Homeless Issues

Oxnard Celebrates Constitution, Latino Heritage, Examines Heavy Housing/Homeless Issues

By George Miller The Oxnard Council started off the 9-18-18 meeting on a very positive note, celebrating an amazing undefeated girls Rio baseball team, voted to celebrate the 231st anniversary of the US Constitution, then a month-long celebration of Hispanic Heritage month. According to the census, 3/4 of Oxnardians are of Hispanic heritage. Just about […]

Oxnard wastewater rate battle: what are the REAL costs? What SHOULD the rates be?

Oxnard wastewater rate battle: what are the REAL costs? What SHOULD the rates be?

By George Miller Background Oxnard recently approved a 88% increase in wastewater rates over a four year period. There has been much controversy over this. Some believe that the increase is unjustified and that the City’s accounting system is so bad that they don’t even know what it really costs. But, it is fairly certain that […]

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 […]

Another Oxnard water main break

Another Oxnard water main break

By Dan Pinedo Just weeks ago, a large water main broke near 101, cutting off  Oxnard’s outside water supply.  Now, a smaller, 60+ year old water main has broken on Edison and Dewayne, near the Ormond Beach Power plant. Crews were hard at work on repairs when we came by today. Play video clip: Water Pipe Break at […]

Oxnard Council ponders major wastewater infrastructure problems to empty house

Oxnard Council ponders major wastewater infrastructure problems to empty house

  By George Miller Watch March 4, drug 2014 meeting discussion VIDEO At a recent Oxnard Council meeting, vcialis 40mg it was noted that the 1955 vintage wastewater treatment plant “biotowers” were beyond repair and needed to be replaced at about $30 million apiece. The council directed staff to fully assess the situation, buy cialis […]