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NOTICE: California Coastal Commission ready to fine Community Association over Short-Term Rental ban

NOTICE: California Coastal Commission ready to fine Community Association over Short-Term Rental ban

OXNARD, Calif. September 8, 2016 – The California Coastal Commission (CCC) has weighed in on a battle over a local community association’s ban of short term vacation rentals (STVR’s). In response to a STVR ban enacted by the Mandalay Shores Community Association (MSCA), the CCC has sent notice (CCC letter to MSCA 8.26.16) to the […]

Oxnard Shores Short Term Rental Owners Embrace NoiseAware

Oxnard Shores Short Term Rental Owners Embrace NoiseAware

Short term rental (STR) owners in Oxnard Shores, California are showing the way to better community relations by voluntarily committing en masse to NoiseAware. “The only way to prevent a noise complaint is through proactive incident management.” explains NoiseAware Co-Founder David Krauss “NoiseAware ensures that you are the first to know of noise issues at […]

Amazing Ventura, Oxnard & Morro Bay surf/flooding photos

Amazing Ventura, Oxnard & Morro Bay surf/flooding photos

By George Miller There is very powerful surf on the beaches this week, closing the Ventura Pier, flooding portions of Oxnard Shores, Ventura beach areas and prompting advisories all along the coast. Our photo correspondent and ocean guardian David Pu’u sent us these epic photos for your enjoyment!  More below that from Oxnard resident and photographer […]

Local activist comments on oil spill reportage

Local activist comments on oil spill reportage

By George Miller “The surface of the sea, which was perfectly smooth and tranquil, was covered with a thick, slimy substance . . . the light breeze, which came principally from the shore, brought with it a strong smell of tar, or some such resinous substance. The next morning the sea had the appearance of […]

Local beaches open- tar balls normal

Local beaches open- tar balls normal

By George Miller Since the Refugio oil spill, there have been millions of words written, alarms sounded, politicians moaning- and that’s good. We don’t want oil spills fouling our waters and wish to avoid recurrences. But, has this gone “overboard?” Although the spill was significant, even the largest in SoCal nearly a half century, it was […]