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Oxnard City Council Passes Controversial Budget; 6 Month Reprieve for PACC; Gets New Golf Course Operator; Approves Assessment District Fees

Oxnard City Council Passes Controversial Budget; 6 Month Reprieve for PACC; Gets New Golf Course Operator; Approves Assessment District Fees

By George Miller After much debate spanning multiple past meetings, The Oxnard Council at its six hour June 18 meeting finally approved a budget (item J-1) with major cuts to address what has become a structural deficit. Reductions in staff occurred in multiple areas. The general fund will be $141,567,529 + $23,782,900 for the Measure […]

Oxnard: Public Protests Draconian Budget Cuts- City Backs Off Later; Greenlights Cannabis Rules; Hears Housing Budget;

Oxnard: Public Protests Draconian Budget Cuts- City Backs Off Later; Greenlights Cannabis Rules; Hears Housing Budget;

By George Miller Note: Meeting highlights were published Tuesday. This is the full version. The Oxnard City Council, at its five hour 6-4-19 open meeting, approved: direction to regulate cannabis manufacturing, testing and distribution; indicated they wanted to accelerate movement into cultivation and retailing of it (a change of direction); nearly no change budgets/strategies for […]

Las Cafeteras Bring It Home: Oxnard/Ventura Natives Headline Their First 805 Concert

Las Cafeteras Bring It Home: Oxnard/Ventura Natives Headline Their First 805 Concert

Oxnard, California – As part of its 50th anniversary season, The PACC is excited to present Las Cafeteras in concert with special guests The Villalobos Brothers on February 1, 2019 starting at 7PM. Las Cafeteras remix roots music and tell modern day stories. Their Afro-Mexican beats, rhythms, and rhymes deliver inspiring lyrics that document stories […]

CHEERS TO 50 YEARS! The PACC Celebrates Milestone Anniversary with an Epic Kickoff

CHEERS TO 50 YEARS! The PACC Celebrates Milestone Anniversary with an Epic Kickoff

Oxnard, California​ – The Oxnard Performing Arts Center (The PACC) is celebrating its 50th Anniversary by kicking off the new season with a community celebration on Monday, September 24, 2018. Starting at 4 p.m. in the main courtyard, the public can enjoy tacos, tequila, tunes, a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Chamber of Commerce, garden dedication (sponsored by […]

“To Kill a Mockingbird” Actress kicks off “Dinner & A Movie” Series at The PACC

“To Kill a Mockingbird” Actress kicks off “Dinner & A Movie” Series at The PACC

Oxnard, CA – Mary Badham, the Oscar-nominated actress who portrayed Jean Louise “Scout” Finch in the beloved movie “To Kill a Mockingbird,” comes to the Oxnard Performing Arts Center as part of its new “Dinner and a Movie” Series, which kicks off Jan. 5 with the film and an inspired Southern BBQ meal catered by […]

USAF Band: Airmen of note on tour! 9-28-17

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Oops- Oxnard has been funding/subsidizing the Performing Arts Center- without a contract- since 2010

Oops- Oxnard has been funding/subsidizing the Performing Arts Center- without a contract- since 2010

By Phil Molina Fyi ———- Forwarded message ——— From: Molina, Phillip <[email protected]> Date: Mon, Feb 20, 2017 at 5:11 PM Subject: I Need City Attorney’s legal opinion immediately To: Stephen Fischer <[email protected]>, Greg Nyhoff <[email protected]>, Michelle Ascencion <[email protected]> Cc: Jefferson Billingsley <[email protected]>, Throop, Jim <[email protected]>, Ingrid Hardy <[email protected]>, Eden Casareno <[email protected]>, Schwartz, Michael <[email protected]> Mr. […]

OXNARD PERFORMING ARTS CENTER PRESENTS: BROADWAY’S NEXT H!T MUSICAL- Wednesday

OXNARD PERFORMING ARTS CENTER PRESENTS: BROADWAY’S NEXT H!T MUSICAL- Wednesday

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Memorial service for Oxnard Fire Captain Scott Carroll- Tuesday 12-15-15

Memorial service for Oxnard Fire Captain Scott Carroll- Tuesday 12-15-15

Oxnard Fire Dept.   On Monday, November 30th the Oxnard Fire Department lost a member of its family, Fire Captain Scott Carroll. Scott was with the Oxnard family for almost 20 years and was an integral part of the fire department.  He was an individual that cared deeply for the men and women of the department. A simple example […]

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 […]

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