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Oxnard denies treatment to ailing widows, cancer patients …

Oxnard denies treatment to ailing widows, cancer patients  …

By George Miller A flashy headline, huh? But Oxnard did in fact vote its intention to deny medical marijuana treatment to ailing widows, cancer patients and other unfortunates at the 1-12-16 City Council meeting (so did every city in the county). It was a 3-2 split, with Council Members Perello and Padilla dissenting. They both wanted further study first. […]

Oxnard fails to commemorate (as required by agreement) bystander slain by police

Oxnard fails to commemorate (as required by agreement) bystander slain by police

by Colectivo Todo Poder al Pueblo, 10-14-15 Editor’s note: This is reproduced in its entirety, because it is newsworthy. The opinions therein are not presented as factual. VC STAR: OXNARD FAILS TO COMMEMORATE BYSTANDER SLAIN BY POLICE OXNARD, Calif. – Oxnard officials failed to recognize an anti-violence day Tuesday as required by a settlement with the […]

Economic Development Corporation of Oxnard Industrial Forum

Economic Development Corporation of Oxnard Industrial Forum

By George Miller EDCO hosts industrial firms, explains services; city officials field questions/complaints EDCO (Economic Development Corporation of Oxnard) held an Industrial Forum on Monday evening 4-6-15, with about 120 people in attendance, from dozens of companies, supporting firms and government officials. EDCO is a 20 year old private/public corporation tasked with helping to attract, […]

Oxnard crime situation

Oxnard crime situation

By George Miller Oxnard crime has risen significantly since 2011 and is up 26% just in the last year. Police Chief Jeri Williams and staff will present the attached report at the Tuesday April 7 City Council meeting. There will be discussion of crime statistics, possible causes and what to do about it. Download/read report: Oxnard […]

Oxnard PD Chief Williams holds press conference on Hockaday shooting by police.

Oxnard PD Chief Williams holds press conference on Hockaday shooting by police.

By George Miller A police response to an early morning  domestic violence call in the 500 block of West Vineyard Ave. led to the tragic death of 26 year old Meagan Hockaday. Chief Jeri Williams gave a report, offered her condolences and answered subsequent questions as follow, at a press conference this afternoon. A 911 domestic violence […]

Harry D. Cortez, Hugo Centeno, Jr. and City Corp honored by Oxnard

Harry D. Cortez, Hugo Centeno, Jr. and City Corp honored by Oxnard

By George Miller At almost every Council Meeting, viagra sale some individual, no rx group or cause is lauded. We had a triple-header of greatness at the 1-27-15 City Council meeting, vialis 40mg including: Harry D. Cortez– 20 years of exemplary service on Oxnard Police Chiefs Advisory Board. He has been especially instrumental in helping to improve the trust […]

Oxnard Police Dept. holds press conference on Limon killing

Oxnard Police Dept. holds press conference on Limon killing

By George Miller Alphonso Limon and his brother were innocently walking home on the night of Oct. 13. 2012. As fate would have it, they walked right into an attack by gang members on a group of Oxnard Police. Accounts differ on exactly what went down, but the brother escaped, however Alfonso ended up dead, a […]