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First Hueneme Beach Cleanup 2020 crew

First Hueneme Beach Cleanup 2020 crew

 Join in!  Here is the 2020 schedule: Ormond Beach, Oxnard Jan.-Feb. 2020 clean-up schedule Source: Hueneme Voice Tom Dunn is the publisher of Hueneme Voice Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Ormond Beach, Oxnard Jan.-Feb. 2020 clean-up schedule

Ormond Beach, Oxnard Jan.-Feb. 2020 clean-up schedule

We have a lot of clean up work to do as quite a bit of the trash is in the dunes and the endangered Snowy Plover and Least Tern nesting season starts soon. This incredibly beautiful, precious beach and wetlands area is home to more than 200 species of birds that call Ormond home and […]

Photograph Commentary | This is Ormond Beach

Photograph Commentary | This is Ormond Beach

This is on Oxnard’s side of the beach.  I’m here right now with at least 15 other volunteers picking up the trash on the beach.  Hueneme paid for three dumpsters and a tractor to haul sea the junk. Steven Gama and Andrew Salinas are spearheading this effort.  Some Saturday morning you should come down here.  […]

Oxnard Police Clearing Out Squatter Encampments on Ormond Beach Nature Conservancy Land

Oxnard Police Clearing Out Squatter Encampments on Ormond Beach Nature Conservancy Land

By George Miller The Oxnard Police Department reported clearing out 26 squatter encampments in The Nature Conservancy land at Ormond Beach yesterday. Assistant Chief Eric Sonstegard told us that and explained that various legal impediments made it more complicated than previous similar actions which were on Oxnard City land. It seems that when there is […]

Ormond Beach Lagoon: Public Pressure on Oxnard Key to Improving Water Quality and Restoring Habitat

Ormond Beach Lagoon: Public Pressure on Oxnard Key to Improving Water Quality and Restoring Habitat

    By Chistina Zubko Last summer, squatter encampments mushroomed across Oxnard’s Ormond Beach wetlands, increasing public concerns about the water quality in the lagoon–and for good reason.  According to the California Coastal Commission’s Coastal Act Policy 30240 (a), “environmentally sensitive habitat areas shall be protected against any significant disruption of habitat values.”  Many insisted […]

Surfrider Foundation Coastal Cleanup

Surfrider Foundation Coastal Cleanup

The Surfrider Foundation is actively looking for volunteers to do three clean ups at Ormond lagoon and beach in the next couple of months, as well as trying to find sponsors/donors for supplies needed for the island clean up and native plant restoration the city is leading.  Here is your first opportunity. Saturday, January 11 […]

Women: Enjoy Walking on Ormond While You Can…Time is Limited

Women: Enjoy Walking on Ormond While You Can…Time is Limited

    By Christina Zubko – Hueneme Voice . On Saturday, I, a member of Friends of Ormond Beach, walked the entire length of Ormond Beach–From Hueneme Pier to Arnold Road and back ( a 5.0 mile walk). . While it is true that I walked with my husband and another couple, I’d admit that Had […]

Port Hueneme | Women Should Still Not Walk Alone on Ormond Beach

Port Hueneme | Women Should Still Not Walk Alone on Ormond Beach

By Christina Zubko – Hueneme Voice As a follow up to my earlier post this summer, “Women Should Not Walk Alone”, today, 9/22/19, I caution women against feeling too secure about walking the beach alone—in spite of how tempting it is, now that the beach has been cleaned up (the PHPD and the OPD have made […]

Oxnard Approves New Ordinances on Homeless/Vagrant Offenses

Oxnard Approves New Ordinances on Homeless/Vagrant Offenses

By George Miller At the 9-17-19 Oxnard City Council meeting, a package of several ordinances was proposed by staff- and approved by Council-  to deal with vagrant offenders, which they differentiated from merely being homeless, an important legal point, it turned out. What prompted this is an expanding and sometimes aggressive population of homeless people […]

STILL There: Oxnard’s Most Remote “Homeless” Encampments By the Sea

STILL There: Oxnard’s Most Remote “Homeless” Encampments By the Sea

By George Miller, David Scrivner & Abraham Mendez Ormond Beach, Oxnard, CA     We recently visited the numerous, remote, persistent and illegal Oxnard beach encampments and have some news to report to you (most photos were taken on 9-7-19). In summary: The encampments are far from being “cleared out” as we had been told and […]

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