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Oxnard Mayor Candidate Tim Flynn Interview

Oxnard Mayor Candidate Tim Flynn Interview

By Peter K. Godinez, Community Ambassador Ed. note: Local businessman Peter Godinez interviewed Oxnard Mayor candidate Tim Flynn on his background, why public service and running for council, how he’d go about it, what are his priorities and what is his future vision of our community of Oxnard. Here is the 11+ minute video: Peter K. Godinez is […]

Oxnard Councilman Perello Pursues Channel Islands Harbor Water Quality Solution

Oxnard Councilman Perello Pursues Channel Islands Harbor Water Quality Solution

By George Miller For over a half century, Oxnard Channel Islands Harbor water cleanliness was enhanced  by the massive water cooling pumps of the NRG power plant, which was shut down in March, after prolonged opposition from environmentalists and NIMBY’s. Many millions of gallons daily were drawn out of the harbor to cool the half-gigawatt […]

Oxnard Mayor Flynn Slapped With Brown Act Violation Warning by VC DA Office

Oxnard Mayor Flynn Slapped With Brown Act Violation Warning by VC DA Office

By George Miller Ventura County Deputy District Attorney Thomas M. Frye issued  a written warning to Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn on 7-25-8, citing that it was his conclusion that Flynn had violated the Brown Act, which regulates the content of public meetings. Specifically is says that Flynn conducted an extended, unauthorized discussion, which had not been […]

League to Sponsor Forum on the Oxnard Recall Special Election 3-28-18

League to Sponsor Forum on the Oxnard Recall Special Election 3-28-18

VENTURA, CALIFORNIA, League of Women Voters of Ventura County (LWVVC), a nonpartisan political organization, is presenting a forum on the Oxnard Recall Special Election. This forum is free and open to the public and will be held on Wednesday, March 28 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Pacifica High School Auditorium, 600 East Gonzales Road Oxnard, CA 93036.  The forum will […]

Courtroom drama: Starr successfully challenges Oxnard Mayor Flynn ballot statement

Courtroom drama: Starr successfully challenges Oxnard Mayor Flynn ballot statement

By George Miller Oxnard special recall election (May 1) Mayoral challenger candidate Aaron Starr was in court again today, this time to challenge the veracity of Incumbent Mayor Tim Flynn’s ballot statement. Flynn had emphasized in his submitted statement that the city now has a “clean” audit and a balanced budget for the first time […]

Oxnard Recall Election Event, this Saturday: Coffee with the Candidate, Meet and Greet with Dr. Miguel Lopez

Oxnard Recall Election Event, this Saturday: Coffee with the Candidate, Meet and Greet with Dr. Miguel Lopez

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Join The Parade! | Honoring Our Veterans And All Who Serve! | Freedom Isn’t Free

Join The Parade! | Honoring Our Veterans And All Who Serve! | Freedom Isn’t Free

Oxnard, California.  – The City of Oxnard is now accepting applications from groups interested in marching in the 2017 Veterans Day parade on Saturday, November 11, 2017. Applications may be submitted to the Oxnard City Manager’s Office, Attn: Martha Guillen, by mail or in person at 300 W. Third St., Fourth Floor, or by email: [email protected]  The […]

Oxnard City Council Approves $1.8 Million In Road Improvements

Oxnard City Council Approves $1.8 Million In Road Improvements

Oxnard, California.  The Oxnard City Council approved spending $1.8 million in road repairs and improvements for the neighborhood streets located within the famed Oxnard Auto Center.  Approximately $1.1 million of the funding comes from the recently approved California Senate Bill 1, signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown in April 2017.  The remainder is funded […]

Museum of Ventura County hosts La Vida Local: Leadership Perspectives

Museum of Ventura County hosts La Vida Local: Leadership Perspectives

Join us for the next Museum of Ventura County’s discussion series, La Vida Local—Leadership Perspectives, featuring moderated conversations with Ventura County leaders sharing their vision for the future. This event takes place 1–2:30 p.m., June 11, at the Ventura County Museum Plaza Pavilion, 100 East Main Street, Ventura, and will feature City of Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn. This event is free to the public and will be moderated by Kathleen Schafer, […]

Oxnard power struggle over financial controls and authority

Oxnard power struggle over financial controls and authority

By George Miller New Treasurer Phil Molina fighting to keep campaign promises, improve internal controls, running up against rival departments, tradition, arguments of timeliness, confidentiality, City priorities. Eadie + Paine LLC, Oxnard’s auditors, came with 111 negative audit “findings” last year, allegedly an unprecedented number, exceeding that of even the most notorious state bankrupted cities. […]

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