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Enforcement last resort: County offers assistance and works to help businesses provide safe workplaces for employees and customers during COVID-19

Enforcement last resort: County offers assistance and works to help businesses provide safe workplaces for employees and customers during COVID-19

Editor’s note: Will the county help business owners make payroll, pay their taxes and rent?  Small businesses have always put their customers and their safety first. Ventura, CA – COVID-19 has hit our communities in a devastating way, not only through the tragic loss of lives but also through the major financial impacts to many […]

Portland Mayor Says Law Enforcement Against ‘Antifa And Anarchists’ Will Ramp Up

Portland Mayor Says Law Enforcement Against ‘Antifa And Anarchists’ Will Ramp Up

KAYLEE GREENLEE Reporter The mayor of Portland, Oregon said that it’s time to ramp up official responses to “lawlessness” after rioters targeted the federal courthouse on New Year’s Eve in a press conference Friday. Democratic Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler said that his efforts to oversee and keep the peace at demonstrations haven’t worked and that it’s time […]

Warning- Oxnard City Mgr. Threatens “Noncompliant” Businesses, “Large Gatherings,” with Fines, Water Shutoff

Warning- Oxnard City Mgr. Threatens “Noncompliant” Businesses, “Large Gatherings,” with Fines, Water Shutoff

By George Miller Local officials are worried about worsening COVID19 official statistics and are looking for ways to slow the spread of the virus. Notes from last night’s Oxnard City Council meeting: From Agenda Item G-1-COVID Update (Presented by City Mgr Alex Nguyen) Only 5% ICU bed county availability, record “cases”, 12% of positives are […]

Governor warns California officials to enforce health rules

Governor warns California officials to enforce health rules

Associated Press Inspectors looking for health order violations over holiday weekend LOS ANGELES — California Gov. Gavin Newsom warned local elected officials on Friday they risk state sanctions if they don’t enforce health orders as the coronavirus pandemic worsens, while about 200 state inspectors fanned out to look for violators over the long holiday weekend. “A local government that refuses to abide […]

Trump Administration Begins Deporting Mexicans Farther From Border, Making Reentry Harder

Trump Administration Begins Deporting Mexicans Farther From Border, Making Reentry Harder

JASON HOPKINS IMMIGRATION AND POLITICS REPORTER . ICE and the Mexican government announced a joint agreement to begin deporting Mexican nationals far into the interior of their country, making the journey north that much more difficult for those wishing to try again at illegal entry. As the number of illegal aliens from Central America declines, the […]

Oxnard to Consider New Ordinances to Control Camping, Aggressive Panhandling, Park Exclusion

Oxnard to Consider New Ordinances to Control Camping, Aggressive Panhandling, Park Exclusion

By George Miller The local homeless situation, encampments and resulting environmental damage, panhandling, petty crime and resultant quality of life issues are prompting the city to take action. Oxnard Assistant Police Chief Eric Sonstegard said that California Proposition 47 and 57, AB109 and the Boise court ruling (people can sleep on public land unless there […]

Local Newswriter on John & Ken Show re: Ormond Beach Homeless Encampments

Local Newswriter on John & Ken Show re: Ormond Beach Homeless Encampments

By George Miller Hueneme Voice writer Christina Zubko was a guest on the John & Ken KFI 640 show this evening, on the subject of the homeless encampment problem at Ormond Beach, Oxnard. She got involved when it spilled over right into her Port Hueneme neighborhood. You should be able to access the on-demand podcast […]

Open letter to Oxnard officials re: SB54 enforcement

Open letter to Oxnard officials re: SB54 enforcement

    By George Miller and Debra Tash Subject: Pass a Constitution Compliance Ordinance–Disregard/Opt out of SB 54 Dear Oxnard City Council and selected staff (Mayor Tim Flynn, Mayor ProTem Carmen Ramirez, Council Members Bryan MacDonald, Bert Perello, Oscar Madrigal; Police Chief and Interim City Manager Scott Whitney, City Clerk Michelle Ascencion, City Attorney Stephen Fischer, […]

Summer Mobilization DUI Enforcement in Oxnard

Summer Mobilization DUI Enforcement in Oxnard

This Labor Day, the Oxnard Police Department Reminds Motorists to Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over in Effort to End Impaired Driving The end of summer is traditionally marked by the Labor Day holiday, a time for our country to reflect on the hard work of our fellow Americans. The long weekend is celebrated with […]

Commentary: Sanctuary City Here?

Commentary: Sanctuary City Here?

    By George Miller Editor’s note: The Oxnard City Council will take up a “sanctuary city” resolution on 7-25-17 Does the name Jamiel Shaw, Jr. mean anything to you?  How about Kate Steinle?  No? Then how about Brian A. Terry?  These are just three fine Americans killed by illegal alien (that is the legal […]

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