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Oxnard State of the City: Better

Oxnard State of the City: Better

By George Miller Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn told a crowd of residents, officials and staff that the City is better off now and explained why. The event was sponsored by the Inter-Neighborhood Council (INCO) Watch Oxnard INCO video. It was held in a cavernous hall at the Performing Arts Center which was also the venue […]

Steve Frank Op-Ed–Anatomy of a Government Hearing: Simi Valley Shows Why Government Can’t be Trusted

Steve Frank Op-Ed–Anatomy of a Government Hearing: Simi Valley Shows Why Government Can’t be Trusted

The Mayor of Simi Valley, Bob Huber, had the right idea.  Allow the Neighborhood Council (NC) to hear the arguments in regard to a proposed $3 billion sales tax increase for “transportation”.  Then after all the reasons for and against, let them vote and advise the City Council.  Simi Valley has four NC’s.  The City […]

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 […]

Simi Valley: Apply Now for Neighborhood Council Executive Boards

Simi Valley: Apply Now for Neighborhood Council Executive Boards