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Oxnard holds second Townhall- accomplishments, hopes, challenges, plans, vision discussed

Oxnard holds second Townhall- accomplishments, hopes, challenges, plans, vision discussed

By George Miller Oxnard held its second TownHall in recent memory Wednesday night, 9-2-15 at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center. It addressed some serious financial and organizational challenges, as well as heartening highlights and opportunities. The event was run by the Inter-Neighborhood Council Organizations (INCO), organized and run by residents. Its purpose was to provide an overview of […]

REMINDER: Services for Julie Flynn, departed wife of Mayor Tim Flynn

REMINDER: Services for Julie Flynn, departed wife of Mayor Tim Flynn

By George Miller Originally published 8-1-15 We all extend our sympathies to the Flynn familiy and pray for the soul of the wonderful Julie Flynn. City of Oxnard announcement As you all know, Julie Flynn passed away Tuesday night.  Our hearts go out to Tim Flynn who lost his wife Julie after being diagnosed with glioblastoma in late […]

First-ever Oxnard Community Forum exceeds expectations

First-ever Oxnard Community Forum exceeds expectations

By George Miller We saw the very best of Oxnard last night at its first-ever Community Forum. It was designed to enhance communications between city government, residents and businesses for the purposes of building mutual understanding, trust as well as helping determine priorities for city programs and budgeting to support them. People we spoke with thought that it was anywhere […]

Harry D. Cortez, Hugo Centeno, Jr. and City Corp honored by Oxnard

Harry D. Cortez, Hugo Centeno, Jr. and City Corp honored by Oxnard

By George Miller At almost every Council Meeting, viagra sale some individual, no rx group or cause is lauded. We had a triple-header of greatness at the 1-27-15 City Council meeting, vialis 40mg including: Harry D. Cortez– 20 years of exemplary service on Oxnard Police Chiefs Advisory Board. He has been especially instrumental in helping to improve the trust […]

Oxnard election winners sworn in- no change to the Council

Oxnard election winners sworn in- no change to the Council

By George Miller After approving the vote canvass from Ventura County Elections Division, the Council authorized swearing in re-elected Mayor Tim Flynn  and Councilmembers Carmen Ramirez (who topped the council vote by far, as previously reported) and Bert Perello. Perello barely squeaked in by only 10 votes over opponent former Navy Chief of Surface Naval Warfare […]

Good Morning Oxnard Show- Mayor Tim Flynn post-election commentary; narrow Perello Council victory; streamlining business permits; city to add 27 jobs

Good Morning Oxnard Show- Mayor Tim Flynn post-election commentary; narrow Perello Council victory; streamlining business permits; city to add 27 jobs

By George Miller This week’s show (11-19-14) personalities: Mayor Tim Flynn provided his post-election thoughts; Peter Godinez, Host and George Miller, Publisher, Citizensjournal.us, discuss the close Oxnard City Council election contest between Councilman Bert Perello and Steve Huber; streamlining business permits  (One-Stop Shopping”); city proposes adding 27 jobs. The Good Morning Oxnard show is recorded most Wednesdays at 0900 […]

Oxnard final election results show Perello victorious in City Council race

Oxnard final election results show Perello victorious in City Council race

By George Miller After the better part of a month, while both contenders Steve Huber and incumbent Bert Perello waited on tenderhooks, were left in suspense, twisted in the wind, nailbited, agonized (did I omit any cliches?), Perello  finally won by a whisker- just 10 votes. Due to the closeness of the contest, a recount is […]

Oxnard Police Dept. holds press conference on Limon killing

Oxnard Police Dept. holds press conference on Limon killing

By George Miller Alphonso Limon and his brother were innocently walking home on the night of Oct. 13. 2012. As fate would have it, they walked right into an attack by gang members on a group of Oxnard Police. Accounts differ on exactly what went down, but the brother escaped, however Alfonso ended up dead, a […]

Oxnard MultiCultural Festival celebrates local diversity

Oxnard MultiCultural Festival celebrates local diversity

By George Miller For the first time, the Festival was held at the shiny new Collection outdoor  mall, just North of 101 off Oxnard Blvd. Saturday at the festival was hot (95 degrees), bright and sunny. There was a fine, wide array of nationalities/cultures represented, even some good ‘ole plain American. The stage was host to dances throughout […]

Oxnard Community Relations Commission Public Safety Subcommittee unilaterally dissolved amid great controversy

Oxnard Community Relations Commission Public Safety Subcommittee unilaterally dissolved amid great controversy

By George Miller Orlando Dozier, Community Relations Commission Chairman and 2013 City Council candidate, unilaterally dissolved all subcommittees, including the “Public Safety Subcommittee,” which had been established by a vote of the Commission . It was believed that the main reason for his action was that the subcommittee had been looking into allegations of police […]

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