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Three Store Clerks In The City Of Oxnard Cited For Selling Alcohol To Minors

Three Store Clerks In The City Of Oxnard Cited For Selling Alcohol To Minors

DATE: November 5, 2021 SUBJECT: Three Oxnard Store Clerks Cited for Selling Alcohol to Minors LOCATION: 7-Eleven, 2201 E. Gonzales Road, Circle K, 2200 N. Rose Avenue, Vallarta Supermarket, 2690 E. Vineyard Avenue CONTACT: Rocky Marquez, Sergeant (805) 200-2337 | [email protected] Three Store Clerks in the City of Oxnard Cited for Selling Alcohol to Minors The […]

Ormond Beach Public Input Meeting 11/17 @5:00 On Zoom

Ormond Beach Public Input Meeting 11/17 @5:00 On Zoom

PURPOSE OF MEETING: 1) Meet the 3 partners: State Coastal Conservancy, The Nature Conservancy, and the city of Oxnard. 2) Review the alternative plan (based on public input on 7/31/2019)–see alternative plan below. 3) Learn about the implantation timeline. 4) Ask questions, learn more about the OBRAP, give input, and stay connected. Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines […]

Fatal Traffic Collision Involving A Motorcyclist | Oxnard

Fatal Traffic Collision Involving A Motorcyclist | Oxnard

DATE: November 5, 2021, 12:38 a.m.   SUBJECT: Fatal traffic collision involving a motorcyclist LOCATION: Ventura Road at Hemlock Street, Oxnard DRIVER/VEHICLE: 54-year-old male of Oxnard, CA (Name withheld pending notification to next of kin) 1986 Harley-Davidson motorcycle               CONTACT: Ricardo Vazquez, Sergeant (805) 385-7847 | [email protected] On November 5, […]

Community Invited To Participate In La Colonia Alley Beautification Event

Community Invited To Participate In La Colonia Alley Beautification Event

OXNARD, Calif. – Mayor John Zaragoza and District 3 Councilmember Oscar Madrigal invite community members to participate in La Colonia’s Alley Beautification Event on Saturday, November 6th from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. as part of a volunteer clean up effort targeting the neighborhood’s alleys. Check-in will begin at 8 a.m. at the Ramona Elementary […]

Easterseals Southern California Unveils Newly Renovated & Expanded Child Development Center in Ventura

Easterseals Southern California Unveils Newly Renovated & Expanded Child Development Center in Ventura

Ventura — Easterseals Southern California (ESSC)—which assists more than 15,000 people with disabilities or from underserved communities and their families throughout SoCal—is celebrating the renovation and expansion of its Child Development Center in Ventura. The center serves 168 kids ages 0 to 5 with Early Head Start and other pre-school services that are free to income-eligible families. Children […]

Oxnard City Treasurer’s Monthly Investment Report For The Period Ending September 30, 2021

Oxnard City Treasurer’s Monthly Investment Report For The Period Ending September 30, 2021

by Phillip Molina, City Treasurer  The City of Oxnard’s September 2021 investment report will be brief this reporting period and is required to be submitted to the City Clerk and the City Council as prescribed in California Government Code 41004.  But first, I wish to give a special thanks to​ Eden Alomeri, Assistant City Treasurer, […]

Major Victory For Moving Oxnard Forward

Major Victory For Moving Oxnard Forward

Letter to the Editor from Aaron Starr We had a major victory in court this week! On Monday, October 25 the appellate court issued a ruling that the Oxnard City Council “enacted an ordinance that served to deny voters their rights guaranteed by the Election Code.” You may recall back in 2019 that we spent the better […]

Oxnard, CA | Politicians Will Say And Do Anything To Get Elected

Oxnard, CA | Politicians Will Say And Do Anything To Get Elected

Opinion by Doug Partello A case in point can be shown with our upcoming District 2 special election, set for November 2, 2021. One of the candidates, Gabe Teran, appointed City Councilperson, is running for the one year term that completes the full term of the District 2 seat vacated by Carmen Ramirez. During a […]

Oxnard, CA | Halaco Homeless Encampment Eviction Set For November

Oxnard, CA | Halaco Homeless Encampment Eviction Set For November

News Release The City of Oxnard is using $790,000, from federal funds, to do an eviction of the Halaco homeless encampment, which is on private property, next month, in November, 2021. The homeless are residing on and near the slag pile, of the EPA Super Fund site, which is a toxic waste dump, in south […]

Fatal Traffic Collision | Oxnard

Fatal Traffic Collision | Oxnard

DATE: October 18, 2021, 11:06 a.m.   SUBJECT: Fatal Traffic Collision LOCATION: Victoria Avenue south of Wooley Road, Oxnard DRIVER/VEHICLE: 84-year-old male of Oxnard, CA                                 2001 BMW 330i DRIVER/VEHICLE: 20-year-old male of Oxnard, CA           […]