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Oxnard: 11th Hour Play to Save PACC; Starr Initiatives to Go on Ballot With Intense Scrutiny; Pacifica Tritons RULE!

Oxnard: 11th Hour Play to Save PACC; Starr Initiatives to Go on Ballot With Intense Scrutiny; Pacifica Tritons RULE!

By George Miller In the last scheduled Oxnard City Council meeting of the year, they covered a number of items. Among them were: Received four of of the Aaron Starr/Moving Oxnard Forward ballot  initiatives and agreed to get third party impact analyses of them and the fifth one first before placing on November 2020 ballot. […]

Defining Appropriate Housing Development in California

Defining Appropriate Housing Development in California

    By Edward Ring One of the most frustrating contradictions inherent in the policies being enacted by California’s one-party state goes something like this: We are inviting the welfare cases of America and the expatriates of the world to move here, while simultaneously enacting environmental policies that make it extremely time consuming and expensive to build anything. No wonder there’s a […]

Walters: Will California Politicians Really Address Housing Crisis or Settle for Tokenism?

Walters: Will California Politicians Really Address Housing Crisis or Settle for Tokenism?

    By Stephen Frank Los Angeles is looking at creating a new tax on homes—an “affordable housing tax”.  The cost will be $1100 a year.  Does that sound like the city is trying to make housing affordable?  San Fran demands that large housing projects be put to a vote for the whole city—does that […]