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Oxnard Planning Commission Nixes County Bid to Change Rules to Accommodate its Fishermans Wharf Redevelopment Proposal

Oxnard Planning Commission Nixes County Bid to Change Rules to Accommodate its Fishermans Wharf Redevelopment Proposal

By George Miller In a 5-1 vote, the Oxnard Planning Commission declined to approve a request by the county to change Oxnard’s Local Coastal Plan to allow a 400 apartment unit redevelopment plan for the faded icon Fisherman’s Wharf property in Channel Islands Harbor. Watch for details in our upcoming story on it. George Miller […]

Battle over Oxnard Fisherman’s Wharf redevelopment being fought out in the shadows

Battle over Oxnard Fisherman’s Wharf redevelopment being fought out in the shadows

By George Miller Oxnard’s Fisherman’s Wharf was developed decades ago, under the auspices of Ventura County, which claims ownership of the lower Chanel Islands Harbor, where it is situated. An idyllic representation of a New England fishing village, it contains a working fishing wharf/processing facility, a lighthouse and shops/restaurants in a New England architectural style, […]

VC Harbor Dept tries to force Oxnard compliance on Fisherman’s Wharf project

VC Harbor Dept tries to force Oxnard compliance on Fisherman’s Wharf project

By George Miller   Lyn Krieger, Director of the Ventura County Harbor Department sent  a demanding, legalistic letter to Oxnard Planning Director Ashley Golden, insisting that the City change its Local Coastal Plan (LCP) to conform with its 2030 General Plan and claiming that state law requires them to do so. The intent is to force the […]

Oxnard Says No to Amendment in Fisherman’s Wharf Apartment Project

Oxnard Says No to Amendment in Fisherman’s Wharf Apartment Project

By Debbie Mitchell CITY OF OXNARD Harbor TASK FORCE MEETING Regarding City of Oxnard’s Jurisdictional Role in Ventura County’s FISHERMAN’S WHARF APARTMENT PROJECT  CITY SAYS NO to Amendment The Harbor Task Force Meeting was attended by over 120 residents at the PAC on Thursday September 29th. The Mayor opened the meeting with an explanation that […]