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Thursday March 13th at 10 am Mayor Holden will hold a meeting at the end of Arnold Road to discuss
putting a temporary visitor's center (trailer) with bathrooms there.

............. the Ox Jo recommends a Police Sub-Station too



The New Cypress Park - newly opened Park in South Oxnard . . .

Photo:  Warren Smith



Community joins together to mourn sad event that draws global attention to our City. 

In reading the accounts and hearing the stories of this tragic Tuesday in a Southside Oxnard school our community wonders why. 
The events have drawn nationwide and some world-wide attention to our seaside community.

Since the memorial and marches - the questions still remain - Why?  Many ask where were the teachers and school officials? When you probe for answers you learn that the school was well aware of the tensions between the two lads - but nothing could stop the lightning fast retaliation brought on by events that appeared to turn overnight.  Details of who was zooming who will come out in the trial and the newspapers will report the details they see fit to print - but on the ground, the rumors and reports still infiltrate local conversations.

The Hate Crime card has come forth.  The juggle by the District Attorney to try the youthful offender as an adult still hangs in justice's balance. And the kids wonder if it is OK for them to be who they are in the face of what happened to a young man who tried to be who he thought he was.

Reviewing these events allows us to see a key element lacking - that is the element of kids trusting adults.  Somewhere along the line, communications and response dropped out.  Should the shooter have sought help from a Counselor or were events and threatened events happening at too fast a pace?

Because of recent legislation SB 777, the new law signed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Oct. 12 2007, which prohibited any public school curriculum from adversely portraying the homosexual lifestyle, many local clergy say this bill lead to the tragic event in Oxnard.  The finger pointing goes full circle among advocates against teaching morality, and freedom fighters calling for no restrictions in life-styles.  Even the conventional crowd is saying that had the school required uniforms or a dress-code these events would not have happened - or with all these suggestions, the events may have been delayed.  What could have prevented this from happening?

Oxnard will be in the spotlight as a nation turns its attention to us and the school systems within our state.  State Assemblyman Mike Eng, a Monterey Park Democrat and chair of the Select Committee on Hate Crimes has introduced a new bill to focus on hate crime prevention in schools.  The bills and laws will follow, tailored to this sad event.

In the final run, each of us has a responsibility in the future of our community and in our children's lives.  We need to be open to understand the feelings, emotions, and needs of our kids.  If you look at your childhood and compare it to the times of today, things were simpler in the decades past.  Our brave new world has become a harsh complex mesh of conflicting values - as we see in the political debates; in the false signals which mislead our youth and a societal unwillingness to allow for differences to be shared or understood, and the fast pace of a  future that is throttling into the 21st century. 

It is easy to see why young people are finding growing up a challenge.   It's up to the adults in leadership, in companionship, in families, and in the community to be open and aware of the culture of our kids.  Be it sub-culture or openly obvious culture - the kids live life at light-speed and we all need to be aware of events in their lives, what they are feeling, and what they are experiencing from their youthful point-of-view.  These kids will be the future leaders and they are watching us closely.  How we act and react in this horrific event and the aftermath of it will determine all our futures.  What we are left with will determine how our youth tackles the complexities of the reality they will face in the next decades.

Bill Winter




  January in Oxnard

                                                                                                                                                                                   Photo:  Warren Smith - Oxnard, Calif.




The Oxnard Traffic Initiative
                                is well and alive!
The Committee had a successful day this past Super Tuesday Election Day.
Members of the Committee worked various shifts at different ballot locations to get registered voters to sign the Oxnard Traffic Initiative. Believe me, it was a good day!
If anyone is interested in picking up a blank Oxnard Traffic Initiative to circulate among family, friends, or coworkers, please contact me by email or phone.  Remember only Oxnard Residents who are Registered Voters may sign the petition.
Also, We are respectfully asking for donations for the Oxnard Traffic Initiative. 
Whether it is $5, $10, $20, or any other amount, would be appreciated. 
The money raised will be used for publication cost and other related expense.
Checks can be made out to The Citizens For A Responsible Traffic Planning
Both cash and checks can be dropped off at Fred Rosenmund's office at the corner of  "A" Street and 2nd Street. From there the money will be forward to the treasurer for deposit. The actual address to the office is 162 South A Street.
Remember - The Oxnard Traffic Initiative is pretty simple ; Before City Council builds any more homes or commercial properties -STOP And Fix The Intersections First!
Thank you.
Edward M. Castillo --- .................. E-mail Ed to volunteer











What a great year it has been!  --- We didn't have to face each day thinking that BHP Billiton would be trying to bring its toxic operation, Cabrillo Port, to our community.


We've had a break from our efforts and have been able to spend time on all of the other issues that need attention.


But now it's time to  get together for a quick  meeting to discuss our plans for this year, building our movement to oppose the next dirty, dangerous and unnecessary Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal, Northern Star's Clearwater Port.


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The battle is reviving for the Clearwater port and this fight will be different --- standby for news as we await the upcoming EIR.











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2008 is an Election Year . . . by Bill Winter                    

.The Local Oxnard election scene promises to be a battle royale.  With the current City Council being comprised of hold-overs from the 1990's, there may be opportunities for two new members to be initiated into "the Club".

•  Open Seats:  John Zaragoza has officially announced his candidacy for 5th District County Supervisor which is currently held by perennial favorite John Flynn.
Since it is not permitted for a candidate to run for two offices simultaneously on one ballot, Zaragoza is in a prime position.  For John Zaragoza, the June Primary is fortunately timed ahead of the open qualifying season for City Council Candidates filing on the November ballot - so if Zaragoza should be unseated for second seat on the ballot against Flynn, then he has an opportunity to gracefully return for his re-run on the Oxnard Council.  All word from the street is that O'Leary has an uphill battle, yet is making all the right moves while Zaragoza is already reaching out to his constituency and letting know he is in the running.  Flynn remains confident that he'll be buying another pair of walking shoes in July.

•  Flynn Junior:  The second open seat possibility is that of seated Councilman Tim Flynn.
Oxnard is a City of status quo or quid pro quo or election pro per. Either way you ethically cut the cake, Oxnard likes to keep things as they are - even though it makes no logical sense or goes against what would be considered practical or otherwise.  In other words, things don't go radical on the Council and Mr. Flynn's behaviour on and off the dias has attracted attention - and a lot of it.  Flynn has openly challenged his Council and his City with a records act violation filing, a petition drive to force the Council to adopt stricter development standards to affect local traffic patterns, a challenge to the efficiency and propriety of the City Manager's Office and early on, Flynn ran aground with our Mayor, with whom previously Flynn was an ally.   So Flynn has his hands full.  He has sided with the gadflies who appear constantly at each City Council meeting and in doing so may have damaged his base of those folks who like quid pro quo and et cetera similarly.

Flynn has to do something to regain the respect of voters who were not expecting such antics from a first-term Councilman.  Political watchers see Flynn's seat as definitely up for grabs in November 2008.

•  Planning Commissioners:  Interestingly enough, the current Council saw an opportunity to either be seen as grooming, or containing two potentially high-vote getters who previously challenged them for one of their seats on the Council.  Saul Medina and Deidre Frank were both placed on the Planning Commission by vote of the presently compiled assembly of Councilmen.  This was a smart move.  Frank and Medina have exposure to the voters and the movers and shakers who make the deals at City Hall.  Watch for a bid by either or both these potential candidates.










Growth & Development – the City of Oxnard will join the rest of America with its Real Estate (Self-Correction) as the home market that was inflated as were the Dot.Com stocks were a decade ago will level out.  The housing market is headed south for the remainder of this year and the change will ease pressure on the City Council regarding traffic and development – BUT –


Prediction #1. – A major developer will come to the Council and their proposal will almost split the City.


Prediction #2 – Developer will present “Flat Iron Design” for Five Points and Council makes efforts to promote it.


Prediction #3 – Oxnard Traffic Initiative will be so watered down that passage fades as Election Day approaches.  Backers contrive new methods to get City Council to adopt measures as presented in all Traffic Initiatives.


Prediction #4 – Mayor Holden will run for a third term.  Same challengers emerge but last minute move by Mayor’s campaign secures victory.


Prediction #4A – Dark Horse candidate – well funded and well liked poses greatest challenge to Mayor Holden’s re-election bid.


Prediction #5 – Council Districts come to the fore due to neighborhood flap in the Spring of 2008.  Initiative move for District Representation flies onto the November Ballot.


Prediction #6 – Oxnard Airport proposes expansion of western runway as City Council considers a “Sepulveda-style” Tunnel for Victoria Avenue Traffic underpass.


Prediction #7 – The Cities of Camarillo and Oxnard mutually agree to explore placement of Big League Dreams in agricultural off-set between the two cities.  Venture raises questions about SOAR and other greenbelt initiatives in place and proposed.


Prediction #8 – Edmund Sotelo announces his retirement to pursue a career as a Tele-Evangelist.


Prediction #9 – Tim Flynn will announce his intention for re-election.  His announcement will be shadowed that same day the candidacy announcement by a candidate representing and supported by the anti-traffic initiative group.  Will make for some interesting debates.


Prediction #10 – John C. Zaragoza will make an early announcement of his run for County Supervisor and forsake re-election for the City Council – thereby making way for the first vacancy on the Council since Mayor Lopez turned over the reign.


Prediction #11 – John Flynn – County Supervisor will run again.


Prediction #12 – Saul Medina will consider a run for Council.


Prediction #13 – Deidre Frank will consider a run for Council.


Prediction #14 – Proposal for pier from Oxnard Shores brings more interest than criticism.


Prediction #15 – The Old Saint John’s Hospital will be completed for renovation of the main building – but issues delay condos to the rear and houses to the front of the current standing edifice.


Prediction #16 – Oxnard Police Department will attract national attention with crowd control issue in July 2008.


Prediction #17 – Rice Avenue Bridge at 101 construction project starts early.


Prediction #18 – Bill Winter considers public office plea.


Prediction #19 – Camino del sol crossing approved without any closures of Colonia or Cooper Road over-crossings.


Prediction #20 – High Rise proposal comes back to the Council, this one leeward, closer to the shore.


Prediction #21 – Federal Government announces plan to build new Federal Building within Oxnard corporate city limits.


Prediction #22 – Oxnard Historical District will qualify for preservation grant giving the street classic style street lights.


Prediction #23 – Another boxer from Oxnard makes a couple of good hits and a TKO in Vegas ( Fall ’08 )


Prediction #24 – Motion picture studio makes bid for industrial properties.


Prediction #25 – Casino idea is again floated in Oxnard as much of the opposition may have subsided.  First look option offered to the Chumash.

CARRY OVER PREDICTIONS FROM 2007 - will either come true or happen again.....

Prediction #26 –  Developer brings proposal for new Convention Center which will rival the one in Long Beach - Oxnard allows the proposal to go through as it will bring positive attention to the City and much needed revenue.

Prediction #27 –   Downtown cinema will seek another loan from the City.


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Predictions for 2007 . . . .
  In keeping with a long held tradition at the Ox Jo.
Every New Year's Day we come with predictions for the coming year and we review the past year's to see if they came true - or near true.

Here are the Predictions for Oxnard in 2007.

Red is No -
Green is Yes - White is Neutral

1. Approval for High Rise Apartment Towers at former Levitz Site - the City Council will approve even though no traffic study is conducted and Neighborhoods protest.

Note:  The proposal fell from grace but can still return in 2008......

2. Sports Park - this issue will taunt the City Council as they want housing to go here and the citizens want a sports park - expect numerous hearings, lots of meetings, but no progress.

Note:  This came true - the City heard the voice of the citizens and decided it was better to honor the commitments made earlier for a promised Sports Park

3. Old Saint John's Hospital - The first 2-by-4 will go up and the joists lifted at this project finally takes root to convert the shell of the former local hospital into a Senior living center.  The City Council has ordered that the condos and houses proposed for the other portions of the property cannot be started until the main unit is 50% complete.  This restriction will be tested late in 2007.

Note:  The Old Hospital site came to life under new construction this year..

4. Lowe's - Progress will move ahead and proposals for modifying the intersection of Gonzales and Oxnard Blvd. will be submitted to handle the extra traffic at an already overloaded intersection.

Note:  So far the wheels of progress have moved slowly on this blighted section of town - many factors come to play in the approval of Lowe's at this site

5. Five Points - with Conroy's and the Thompson Lumber removed, this vacant lot will be pivotal in the City's plan to revamp and redesign this intersection. Ox Jo predicts no changes to this intersection this year.

6. Gang Injunction - several arrests for violating the new gang injuction will cause city officials to look at a City-Wide injunction, with Port Hueneme and Ventura possibly looking at injunctions for their cities based on the Oxnard Model.

7. Late October Rains - a torrent of rains will come in October and flooding along the Santa Clara river will create new concerns for the low lying River Park development along with the new housing created in the riverbanks in Fillmore.

Note:  Rains did come earlier than expected but no flooding along the S.C. Dry River Bed......

8. BIG LEAGUE DREAMS - This proposal will meander its way into and out of City Hall with much debate still ahead - the city has spent millions already, and the fight looms over whether this commercial alcohol-vending venture will come to pass or just pass away.

Note:  Still on the radar -this project at College Park is still alive . . .

9. RECALL - a petition will circulate for the recall of the entire City Council - based on the loan to the cinema, the Molina verdict and City's pay-off, and a surprise inspection by the Ventura County Grand Jury and District Attorney's Office.

10. Francisco Romero - will be offered a position on one of the Citizen Advisory Boards.  His decision will be news-worthy.  In the November 2006 issue of the Ox Jo, it was predicted that Francisco Romero will form a citizen action organization and achieve national attention.

11. Ormond Beach - a Federal proposal to make this beach a protected area and Park will cause the City to change plans on South Oxnard development.

Note:  Preservation actions did effectively preserve the Ormond area - encroachment from light-industrial and residential still looms as the City of Oxnard looks to move sprawl in that general direction

12.  Andres Herrera, in a move to distract attention from the Recall will propose adding two new seats to the Oxnard City Council, placing seven members on the current five member board.

13. Mayor Holden will host Governor Schwarzenegger on a surprise visit to Oxnard.

Note:  There was a rumor of sorts that Mayor Holden entertained Governor Schwarzenegger at the El Rio School District when the Gov. was making a tour ......

14. John Flynn will announce retirement - Tim Flynn will run for and win his Dad's seat on BOS.

15.  Public outcry for more park and open space will become more vocal and activist.

16. New TV series will be set in Oxnard with some locals hired on for walk-on parts.

17.  Downtown cinema will seek another loan from the City.
Note:  This made news in the summer of '07 - expect it again and again.....

18.  Developer brings proposal for new Convention Center which will rival the one in Long Beach - Oxnard allows the proposal to go through as it will bring positive attention to the City and much needed revenue.

19 Hot air balloon festival is proposed for late summer.

20.  A happy and prosperous new year is granted to all the Ox Jo readers.






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-2006 Predictions for Oxnard -
Dean Maulhardt will be offered a Special Appointment by Governor Schwarzenegger.
Didn't Happen - but there is still 2007
Mayor Tom Holden will be tapped to run for Congress.
Perhaps challengers Molina and Sumpter wished for this - But Dr. Tom Holden is still Mayor of Oxnard.
Andres Herrera wants to run for Mayor, but another higher office opening is more tempting.
In some ways true because he opted to serve Oxnard again for another term as Councilmember.
John Zaragoza wins the Lottery and starts a scholarship fund for Oxnard's disadvantaged kids.
Perhaps John will buy another ticket make this prediction come true.
Former Mayor Lopez announces his bid Harbor Commissioner.
Didn't happen - as the former Mayor enjoys private life.
John Flynn receives top national Democratic recognition.
Tim Flynn proposes sweeping proposal to put a moratorium on building and development in Oxnard.
Silent on this issue - Flynn still takes critical looks at all housing and development projects that come to him on the Council.
City Council proposes citizen advisory board on development and residents protest due to fact the Council appoints the members to this group.
 TRUE - Oxnard City Council did propose an advisory board to review the direction of development in the city.
Six Chinese Helicopters land at Oxnard Airport, creating a national incident.
Labor dispute interrupts Oxnard Pipeline Trunk project on Ventura Road.
Thank goodness this never came true.
Downtown movie theatre announces mostly Spanish Film Repertoire for plaza movie house.
Perhaps the Downtown Theatre could have taken a hint from this posting and adding Spanish movies would boost income - thereby preventing the private ownership of the movie house from asking for hand-outs from the City Council and our tax dollars.
John McCain arrives in Oxnard via Amtrak.
There are still taxis waiting to pick him up....
College Park debate goes south when Field of Screams takes additional money from the City and cuts and runs - no error.
The Jury is Still Out on this One.
Centex Homes project at Ventura and Vineyard sold to strip mall developer so he can put in a nail salon, fast sandwich shop and a loan company.
Nothing certain yet with this property as more debate is yet to fly
Sports Park debate over land at Gonzales and Oxnard Blvd. heats up - citizens fill City Hall until they get answers.
TRUE - so much so that the 2006 City Council tabled the proposal - sent it back to the Planning Commission so they could wash their hands of the issue until after election - it will be interesting to see what 2007 brings.
757 Jet makes safely executed emergency landing at Oxnard Airport.
Not yet ! ! ! !
Major Christian Broadcasting Company makes bid to build studio in Oxnard Industrial Park.
No such proposals, but it looks like Santa Paula may get the movie business we deserve.
Extraordinary cool ocean breezes make Oxnard the envy during a very warm summer.
All the time - What kind of Prediction is this ???
Oxnard Fire Department miraculously receives special gift of over 5 million dollars.  Department plans upgrade and new station.
OXFD is still waiting for this - let's see what 2007 brings.
Oxnard PD is featured on special Crime TV show.
Nothing on this one...
Shaq is rumored to come back to Oxnard PD.
There is still an opening for him here
Dallas Cowboys announce move to UCSB Campus, City Counter offers with land deal that is sweeter than the strawberries.
TRUE - The Cowboys made this their last year to train in Oxnard, but they opted to remain in Texas next year, but rumors are that they may consider training in California and the UCSB site is tops on their list.
Truckers block 101 Freeway on the Santa Clara River Bridge - traffic tie-up lasts 8 hours.
With the new Bridge set to open fully this April - there may no fulfillment of this prediction
 First US Amnesty Program Office opens in Oxnard on a trial basis - second slated for Santa Ana.
With a new Congress, we may see this happen in 2007

El Rio seeks to incorporate into its own city.
If the school board had anything to do with this....we would see a Recall on a Local Council

Major stunning new project is proposed for the old Oxnard High School.
There is still talk in City Hall about plans for the site, nothing revealed in 2006.

Billion-Dollar Spanish multi-media corporation attempts to buy Oxnard Plaza Cinema in order to run all Spanish language movies - City Council blocks proposal - "Imagine the mayhem and outcry from locals....."
Oh, we could only hope . . .

Mugu Rock appears on a US Postage Stamp.
Not fulfilled in 2006

City Council proposes sweeping new occupancy and parking regulations creating ire among homeowners who rent rooms to multiple families in order to survive in difficult housing market.  Proposals are challenged in Court.
Semi-TRUE - the Council looked at expanding the parking permit areas and talk has taken place about occupancy and the law

Unknown benefactor donates millions to preserve Ormond Beach.
It's never too late for this one.

Strange sea creature washes ashore at Hollywood-by-the-Sea and creates national attention.
Wow - we did have some odd happenings at the beach this year, but no sea creatures.

Phil Molina wins large settlement in case against the City.
TRUE - this one came thru in December 2006. Right under the wire

INCF faces additional challenge when Council again tries to monkey with Neighborhood Council Program.
Council kept their mitts off the Neighborhood Council Program this year.

Strawberry Festival organizers and City Clash over secondary re-location proposal in light of threat of losing College Park due to Big League Dreams.
Strawberry Festival still intact, at least for this year.

Washington, D.C. based law firm takes active interest in Oxnard's past Brown-Act citations by County Grand Jury.
This may come true in 2007.

 Fed-Ex and Navy agree on joint-use of Point Mugu for major air hub for Freight distribution on the West Coast.
Nice Idea - nothing to report on this item.

State of California looks at proposing State Prison camp on one of the Channel Islands.
Still think this is a cool idea....

Committee of well-meaning, but mis-guided citizens form to re-name Oxnard.
Not yet !

Chumash historical site is unearthed at new development site halting construction.
Interesting prediction - but not yet.

Casino proposal re-appears - seeking different results from new City Council.
Could happen.

Exotic animal zoo is proposed and is nixed by residents who see design as not favoring animal's freedom.

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December 2006 Issue of the OX JO

November 22, 2006 ISSUE OF THE OX JO


  Louise Gaylord  - Book Review  
Real Estate in Oxnard -¿ is it sagging, lagging, bagging, or all of the above ? - former Home of our Beloved Roy Lockwood located at 327 South C Street in the Downtown area was sold by Roy's sister for $350,000.oo to a Real Estate agent who immediately resold it to bidder with Cash Only - Bidder, bot, turned, and tried to sell the house...for imaginably much more than $350K.  No buyers - why - no parking for cars - small lot - & - apparent high resale price.   
The same can be said for buyers of newly offered properties such as the newly assembled pressboard houses at the corner of Oxnard Blvd, Robert  and A Streets. - Already homes have turned over in less than a year of occupancy.  
More twisting and turning - former home of Steve Buratti on F Street was bot for market price, but renovation virtually destroyed the craftsman style architecture and a higher price has kept this lot vacant for months.  Perhaps showing this home during flight path pattern times is a bad idea as the approach path for Oxnard Airport is DIRECTLY OVER THIS PROPERTY....happy home buying.  
  The Old Saint John's Hospital property should soon become a Senior Housing and multiplex facility starting in 2007 with occupancy beginning in mid-2008.

POSTER's Donut shop Crew on Oxnard Blvd. was busy and working Christmas Morning in Oxnard . . . . as can be seen by happy donut customer and crowd that comes in just for coffee.  
  Oxnard Boulevard as seen from Doris Street looking North
Christmas morning - December 25, 2006 -
Ox Blvd - Southbound - 12-25 - 0700 - Note: old Colonial House Chimney on Right,  to date remains a  Vacant Historical Lot along Oxnard Boulevard.
Would it not be grand if our daily morning Oxnard commute could have roads like this.  
Approaching Intersection of Gonzales & Oxnard Blvd. ... and then waiting for the light to change ³²±°¯®­¬²³´µ


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