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Oxnard City Council: Special Meeting – Fisherman’s Wharf

Oxnard City Council: Special Meeting – Fisherman’s Wharf

I have had the pleasure of speaking to many of you, and discussing a myriad of ideas regarding the betterment of the Harbor.  I know we can all agree that we share the objective to improve the Harbor, for the benefit of Harbor businesses, residents and visitors.  I also recognize that we do not always […]

Oxnard: Special Meeting on Short Term House Rentals- Monday March 25

Oxnard: Special Meeting on Short Term House Rentals- Monday March 25

AGENDA OXNARD CITY COUNCIL Special Meeting: March 25, 2019 – 6:00 PM Oxnard Performing Arts & Convention Center 800 Hobson Way, Oxnard (Oxnard Room) Item D-1 1. SUBJECT: Short-Term Vacation Rental (STR) Report and Recommended Best Practice Regulations. (20/25/60) RECOMMENDATION: Receive a Short Term Rentals (STRs) report including: regulatory framework establishing restrictions on STRs and recommended […]

Oxnard: Special meeting on proposed council district voting announced

Oxnard: Special meeting on proposed council district voting announced

By George Miller Oxnard will have a public outreach meeting on 1-3-18 to discuss proposed district voting and what is being done/proposed to be done. Public input is solicited to include such things as : its desirability/pros/cons, district numbers and boundaries, elected offices affected, rules, schedule. Note that the meeting will NOT be at City […]

Oxnard votes to consider district election of Council Members

Oxnard votes to consider district election of Council Members

By George Miller On Monday 11-27-17, the Oxnard City Council, in a special meeting, discussed and voted unanimously for consideration of transitioning to a district-based representation system on the council, instead of the current at-large elections of five Council members and a Mayor. They then voted to hire a demographer to help set up equitable […]

Oxnard to meet on council district voting- fears litigation

Oxnard to meet on council district voting- fears litigation

By Phil Molina News affecting every registered voter in Oxnard, businesses, employees, and the public. Just learned this morning that the City Council will hold a special Council meeting on November the 27th to discuss and vote on whether to set up council-manic districts. The decision for Council that night will be whether to move […]

Oxnard water RiverPark Reclamation And Recharge JPA Meeting

Oxnard water RiverPark Reclamation And Recharge JPA Meeting

By Dan Pinedo   The RiverPark Reclamation And Recharge Joint Powers Authority Board of Directors,( Chairman Sheldon Berger and  Director Daniel Naumann from United Water Conservation District and Vice Chairman Bert Perello and Director Tim Flynn from  City Of Oxnard). Be held a special meeting on April 26, 2017 to receive a Status Report on […]

Ventura School Board ponders aftermath of Supt. Babb firing, takes public comment

Ventura School Board ponders aftermath of Supt. Babb firing, takes public comment

By George Miller The Ventura Unified School District held a special school board meeting today to talk about last week’s sudden firing of Superintendent Michael Babb and finding a replacement.  Most attendees were only allowed into the public comment period and barred from the real meat at the subsequent closed session. We were not privvy to […]

Ventura School Board President comments on the departure of Superintendent Michael Babb

Ventura School Board President comments  on the departure of Superintendent Michael Babb

By George Miller The recent firing of Ventura Unified School District Superintendent Michael Babb caused quite a stir.  However, as Board President Velma Lomax conveyed to CitizensJournal.us, this is not something that came out of the blue. She told us that “it is no secret that the board was working with him on his communication and […]

Santa Paula: Council Selects Highest Priced Bid for Wastewater

Santa Paula: Council Selects Highest Priced Bid for Wastewater

By Sheryl Hamlin A special meeting of October 27, 2016 ended with the Santa Paula City Council selecting the highest priced bid for the new Operations & Maintenance contract for the Wastewater Treatment Facility. The city of Santa Paula concluded the buyout of its wastewater treatment facility (WTF) in 2015 by issuing bonds against the […]

Steve Frank Op-Ed–Anatomy of a Government Hearing: Simi Valley Shows Why Government Can’t be Trusted

Steve Frank Op-Ed–Anatomy of a Government Hearing: Simi Valley Shows Why Government Can’t be Trusted

The Mayor of Simi Valley, Bob Huber, had the right idea.  Allow the Neighborhood Council (NC) to hear the arguments in regard to a proposed $3 billion sales tax increase for “transportation”.  Then after all the reasons for and against, let them vote and advise the City Council.  Simi Valley has four NC’s.  The City […]

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