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Oxnard Council: Debates Starr Voter Initiatives Language, Places on Ballot. In Dispute.

Oxnard Council: Debates Starr Voter Initiatives Language, Places on Ballot. In Dispute.

By George Miller On Wednesday July 15, The Oxnard City Council was forced by a judge to place three of Aaron Starr’s Moving Oxnard Forward’s voter initiatives on the ballot. This they did at a special meeting on Friday, July 17, 2020. But, there were complications, in that initiative proponents believed the city’s revised ballot […]

Oxnard Again Slapped Down by a Judge-and Aaron Starr, Calls Snap Council Meeting for Friday 1 PM

Oxnard Again Slapped Down by a Judge-and Aaron Starr, Calls Snap Council Meeting for Friday 1 PM

    By George Miller Oxnard calls emergency special meeting to place Starr voter initiatives on ballot with their modified prejudicial language in possible violation of the law. Local financial executive and activist Aaron Starr is known as an enfant terrible of local Oxnard politics- hated and feared by statists- especially most local Oxnard officials. […]

Oxnard State of the City: Better

Oxnard State of the City: Better

By George Miller Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn told a crowd of residents, officials and staff that the City is better off now and explained why. The event was sponsored by the Inter-Neighborhood Council (INCO) Watch Oxnard INCO video. It was held in a cavernous hall at the Performing Arts Center which was also the venue […]

Oxnard: Red light cameras faulted; Credit card fees contemplated; Fee waivers; street paving

Oxnard: Red light cameras faulted; Credit card fees contemplated; Fee waivers; street paving

By George Miller Discussed at 7-18-17 City Council meeting: A County Grand Jury Report exposed some shortcomings in the red light camera system operated by a contractor. It has been shut down. The City started accepting credit and debit cards last year- a convenience to customers and a revenue accelerator. But Oxnard is getting eaten […]

Oxnard Council: 144 low income apartments approved; more $$$ for lawyers to fight power plant; transit & street paving plans move ahead

Oxnard Council: 144 low income apartments approved; more $$$ for lawyers to fight power plant; transit & street paving  plans move ahead

By George Miller  A fair amount of heavy discussion of Council agenda items transpired, spanning low income housing, transportation priorities, power plant (again) and street paving Next phase of Las Cortes apartments approved- $59 million 144 units The 55 year old Las Cortes development near the La Colonia neighborhood, located at NE corner of 1st and […]