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The New Cypress Park - newly opened Park in South Oxnard . . .
Photo: Warren Smith
January in Oxnard
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!
Edward M. Castillo --- .................. E-mail Ed to volunteer
|NO LNG COMMUNITY
ALLIANCE OF VENTURA COUNTY
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.
To be on the list for e-mail alerts - reply to Carmen Ramirez
The battle is reviving for the Clearwater port and this fight will be different --- standby for news as we await the upcoming EIR.
NO LNG COMMUNITY ALLIANCE
NO LNG COMMUNITY ALLIANCE
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. . . .Got a Ticket
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.
• Flynn Junior: The second
open seat possibility is that of seated Councilman Tim Flynn.
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.
THE OXNARD JOURNAL WILL OPENLY COVER AND COMMENT ON THE UPCOMING RACE FOR CITY HALL AND THE COUNTY