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Dear Robert: A Debate of Ideologies

Dear Robert: A Debate of Ideologies

By Michael Greer I am posting the following because it so perfectly demonstrates the kind of conversations we Conservatives have with Liberals everyday on Facebook, Twitter, and other places. They take no responsibility for the division of this country. Even though we on the Right believe the same values Americans have always believed in, the […]

Oxnard: Ask the candidates a debate question!

Oxnard: Ask the candidates a debate question!

By Oxnard Revelations Alliance (ORA)  Oxnard will hold a  special Council recall election on May 1. Challengers and incumbents will be gathering at 5 PM for a reception, then a debate at 6 PM on Thursday March 15 at Corner Pocket Billiards and BLVD Boxing Gym at 658 South A Street. You are welcome to […]

Oxnard 2-1-17 Utility Ratepayers Panel meeting again contentious, but progressing, schedule slipped

Oxnard 2-1-17 Utility Ratepayers Panel meeting again contentious, but progressing, schedule slipped

By George Miller & Dan Pinedo Introduction The Wednesday 2-1-17 Utility Ratepayers advisory panel meeting (agenda) was again contentious. City staff members and consultants are getting their presentations done and releasing more data needed for the Panel to evaluate the rate setting process and subsequent recommendations. However, three Panel members are opposing staff control of […]

Oxnard Councilman Perello questions City staff, consultants

Oxnard Councilman Perello questions City staff, consultants

By Bert Perello Here is a copy of the questions which I submitted to Oxnard City staff and Financial Adviser consultants during this morning’s Fiscal Policy Task Force meeting.  Editor’s note: Perello has submitted formal question lists multiple times, has had partial success in getting answers, stimulated healthy discussion and even some action. Bert Perello is an […]

First Oxnard Council candidates forum report

First Oxnard Council candidates forum report

By George Miller The Oxnard Chamber of Commerce held a forum for Mayoral and City Council candidates on Thursday Morning, 9-8-16, at the Marriott Residence Inn, River Ridge. This was the first such event of the 2016 election season in town. It served the purpose of introducing the  candidates to business leaders, some for the […]

More on the Oxnard Accounting meltdown

More on the Oxnard Accounting meltdown

By George Miller Ever since operational audits were initiated by Oxnard City Manager Greg Nyhoff a few months after he came aboard on 6-1-14, the city has been aware of glaring deficiencies. 128 were identified, in multiple departments, possibly worst and certainly most visible, in the Finance Department. Months after Finance Director James Cameron retired in […]