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The City of Oxnard will be conducting a community workshop on the
Ormond Beach project
Monday, June 28, 2004
City of Oxnard Community/Activity Room
300 West Third Street
7:00 – 9:00 P.M.
(Please enter on the "B" Street side)
Scope of Public Meeting:
• Introductions, overview of project area, status of project(s) and anticipated
schedule – City Representatives (10 minutes)
• Status of Environmental Impact Report (EIR), Specific Plan, development
project(s) and EIR alternatives - City Consultant (15 minutes)
• Identification of issue areas and group activity – City Consultant (1 ½ hours)
• Closing – City Representatives (5 minutes)
For more information contact Kathleen Mallory, Contract Planner at (805) 385-7858THE SAVIERS ROAD DESIGN TEAM WILL NOT MEET AT MARIE CALLENDERS RESTAURANT JUNE 28TH EVERYONE SHOULD PLAN TO ATTEND THIS IMPORTANT ORMOND WORKSHOP MONDAY, JUNE 28, 2004
NOTE: There are two separate projects covering approximately 900 acres of the 1200 acre Ormond Beach Specific Plan Area. The North Hueneme Road project covers 317 acres between Edison Drive and Olds Road with plans for 1500 homes plus commercial and industrial areas. The South Hueneme Road project covers 595 acres between Edison Drive and Arnold Road with 375 acres proposed for industrial development. One Environmental Impact Report (EIR) will be prepared for the entire north and south area and separate Specific Plans will be prepared for each area.
Oxnard Crime Rate Decreases..........
Members of the Board for the Downtown Partnership (PBID) met for their monthly meeting at Heritage Square on Monday, June 21st and were given a power-point presentation and report on the status of crime in the downtown area over the past year.
Senior Officer Scott Swenson of the Oxnard Police presented a review for the fiscal year 2003-2004. Officer Swenson mentioned that prior to the issuance and announcement of the "gang injunction" crime was being reported at a moderate rate. "Since the injunction," Swenson reported, "crime has steadily decreased, so there has been a noticeable effect." This decrease was not only noticed in the downtown, but city-wide Swenson said.
Officer Swenson also noted the proposal to add an additional seven sworn officers to be assigned to the Downtown sub-station. The proposal for budgeting these officers was addressed at the Oxnard City Council budget meeting held on Tuesday June 22nd. It is anticipated, that the budget for the additional police personnel will be approved and the additional assets will benefit central Oxnard and the adjoining beats.
Police Chief Art Lopez was also in attendance at the Downtown Partnership meeting. At the meeting, public comments were offered by Alex Rivera regarding 'areas of attention' needing work in the downtown and Bill Winter, Chair of the Wilson Historic Neighborhood, who invited downtown business owners to participate in the neighborhood meetings and activities.
The Partnership Board meets monthly and reports on progress relating to improvements in the downtown.
Dolly Villa for City Council.
The latest new person
to run for City Council has formally
"announced" at Tuesday's Oxnard City Council to a rousing cheer and applause from the back rows.
The Oxnard Journal will track the progress of Dolly and the other candidates who declare in the coming weeks.
....Latest most sought pages: :. . . . . .
Gang Injunction ----- Old Saint Johns Hospital ------- Winter para Alcalde
Ganglia Car Whassh ---
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Saul Medina for City Council
There are also new candidates who will be appearing on scene - the Ox Jo will do all it can to highlight who these folks are and what are they doing here.....
Thanks for being around.....see you next issue.
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