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Review of 2-21-17 & 3-6-17 Port Hueneme City Council meetings

Review of 2-21-17 & 3-6-17 Port Hueneme City Council meetings

By Tom Dunn Hello Port Hueneme show host Tom Dunn and Laura Hernandez Review 2-21-17 & 3-6-17 (4 hrs. !) Port Hueneme City Council meetings This episode includes: Port Hueneme Pride, Miranda Park tennis courts, Karen Fitz, retirement, drought presentation, food trucks at beach, volunteer beach cleaning, front yard fences, strategic action plan http://helloporthuenemeblog.blogspot.com . […]

Port Hueneme city council cannabis ordinance

Port Hueneme city council cannabis ordinance

By Tom Dunn. Port Hueneme City Council is drafting a cannabis ordinance to allow medical marijuana to be sold, manufactured, grown and delivered.  Port Hueneme is moving forward in hopes of being the first city in Ventura County to allow most aspects of medical marijuana to be legal including edibles that will be available for […]

Review of Port Hueneme 3-20-17 City Council meeting

Review of Port Hueneme 3-20-17 City Council meeting

By Tom Dunn Hello Port Hueneme Program host Tom Dunn and Laura Hernandez take us through what happened at the March 20 Port Hueneme City Council meeting. Included are: New Police Chief Andrew Salinas, Changing of Fire Chief to John McNeil, Fences & permitting, Strategic Action Plan. http://helloporthuenemeblog.blogspot.com . Tom Dunn is a Port Hueneme civic […]

Understanding Citizens Editorial Board selections

Understanding Citizens Editorial Board selections

  By Tom Dunn  .  . The Ventura County Star is changing its citizens editorial board review overseeing letters to the editor. The purpose is to have citizens help management at the Star decide which letters to the editor should be published.  The county of Ventura is fairly large and diverse, therefore you would think a cross section […]

Petition for Larry Downing for Port Hueneme Citizen of the Year

Petition for Larry Downing for Port Hueneme Citizen of the Year

By Tom Dunn   Larry Downing runs the Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum.  He has taken it from a museum in disarray to a wonderful city treasure for all to enjoy and learn about the storied history of Port Hueneme.  His hard work has created a historical treasure that will last for years to come.  In addition, […]

Interview of Oxnard Harbor District/Port Hueneme CEO/Port Director Kristin Decas

Interview of Oxnard Harbor District/Port Hueneme CEO/Port Director Kristin Decas

By Tom Dunn Please watch my recent interview of Oxnard Harbor District/Port Hueneme CEO/Port Director and recognized expert Kristin Decas…. Tom Dunn is a Port Hueneme civic activist working to restore PH financial and governmental stability. He heads the Port Hueneme Coalition of Concerned Citizens (PHCCC). He is retired- was a sales executive for major health care […]

Laura Hernandez on Port Hueneme City Council

Laura Hernandez on Port Hueneme City Council

By Tom Dunn, interviewing Laura Hernandez on Port Hueneme City Council Tom Dunn is a Port Hueneme civic activist working to restore PH financial and governmental stability. He heads the Port Hueneme Coalition of Concerned Citizens (PHCCC). He is retired- was a sales executive for major health care manufacturers and a small business owner.  Get Citizensjournal.us […]

Port Hueneme Senior Luncheon ruled a great success

Port Hueneme Senior Luncheon ruled a great success

New Hueneme City Council – new hope- City Council Meeting 12/5/16

New Hueneme City Council – new hope- City Council Meeting 12/5/16

By Tom Dunn  At the Port Hueneme City Council meeting the City Clerk swore in newly elected council member Will Berg and incumbent Sylvia Schnopp. Will Berg will bring a lot of business experience, sorely needed to help solve the city’s fiscal crisis, and is involved in various civic and outreach programs. Will is the Director […]

Port Hueneme Annual Seniors Luncheon- It’s ON again!

Port Hueneme Annual Seniors Luncheon- It’s ON again!

By Tom Dunn  . The annual Seniors Luncheon in Port Hueneme, a fixture at Christmas time and facing not being a reality this year, was saved by a number of citizens and groups giving money and having pride in their city and seniors that have spent much of their lives in the “friendly city by […]