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Oxnard Council Approves More Homeless Action/$, Downtown Code/Redev. Architecture; Maulhardt HS/Parks Project Advances

Oxnard Council Approves More Homeless Action/$, Downtown Code/Redev. Architecture; Maulhardt HS/Parks Project Advances

By George Miller The July 16, 2019 Oxnard City Council covered a report of progress on the homeless situation, approval of $1,500,000 in grants to help address it and authorization to use the National Guard Armory as a 24 hour shelter. Then the Council made it clear that they are fed up with lack of […]

Oxnard Council: Doing Major Development Overhaul; Residents Rebel Against Closures/Cuts; CAG Appointments; Single Audit- Poor

Oxnard Council: Doing Major Development Overhaul; Residents Rebel Against Closures/Cuts; CAG Appointments; Single Audit- Poor

By George Miller At the 5-21-19 Oxnard City Council meeting, a far-reaching overhaul and streamlining of the development/planning process was unveiled; dozens of residents rebelled against the proposed shutdown (to close a $9 million dollar shortfall) of  beloved amenities such as the Performing Arts Center, Carnegie Art Museum and Colonia Library; the renewal of the […]

Oxnard Downtown Management District Special Meeting 6-28-2017

Oxnard Downtown Management District Special Meeting 6-28-2017

By Dan Pinedo    . Event video by Dan Pinedo: . Dan Pinedo is a Citizen Journalist/photographer residing in Oxnard Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Oxnard Downtown Management District Meeting video 4-1-2017

Oxnard Downtown Management District Meeting video 4-1-2017

By Dan Pinedo Downtown Oxnard has struggled economically as the result of the Riverpark housing and THE COLLECTION shopping center developments in north Oxnard. As the result of an agreement violation regarding movie theaters, the city of Oxnard was awarded a settlement of 6 million dollars to assist in the revitalization of the downtown business […]

Oxnard: Gang injunctions re-emphasized, budget nearly ready, recycling facility takeover doing well

Oxnard: Gang injunctions re-emphasized, budget nearly ready, recycling facility takeover doing well

By George Miller City Council wants a renewed emphasis on the gang injunction program, which has tapered off somewhat, even as gang-related crime has been on the increase. The city’s anti-gang strategy/program has had broad public support and a fair degree of success, based on arrests, crimes statistics, and perceived improved city livability. A decade […]