2022-01-28 E-Edition

FARMERS’ MARKET

ATTRACTS SHOPPERS TO THE COLLECTION

Oxnard– The event didn’t have many vendors, but the Farmers’ Market at the Collection still featured plenty of great items and drew a nice-sized crowd on a sunny and warm Saturday, January 22. SHOPPERS enjoyed handcrafted gifts that were made by the vendors who kept the Market alive because they love what they do and love interacting with the public. […]

Conflicted commissioners’ decision likened to being hypocritical


Oxnard– The story about the Oxnard Planning Commission’s rejection of Oxnard Holistics’ Special Use Permit (SUP) to open a retail cannabis operation at 1015 Harbor Blvd continues with public comments. The Commission voted 3-3 with one abstention, but without a majority, the item failed. The parent company, TD Enterprise, has 18 days to file an appeal with the Oxnard City […]

Bubbling Springs cleanup will be safe for nature


Port Hueneme– The story about the permitting process to clean up Bubbling Springs Park continues with how restricting work on the area to the daytime hours will help offset and minimize environmental impacts. The work will remove the reeds and vegetation from the water, but it requires permitting to get the job done. Rincon Senior Biologist Eric Schaad said the […]

THE TRAFFIC AND THE SHORTAGES

Frosted Thoughts

Oxnard– This week has been interesting, to say the least. You may have noticed that this week’s paper is smaller, thanks to the revenue loss caused by the Omicron variant. THE paper is also glossy this week, thanks to, what I am being told, is a big paper shortage. The printer said that the paper shipment is being held up […]

Insight Public Sector agreement moves to the council


Oxnard– The Finance & Governance Committee, Tuesday, January 25, approved a purchasing authorization with Insight Public Sector Incorporated. THE agreement will benefit the city’s computer network infrastructure and shall not exceed $770,000 over a two-year period. Network infrastructure refers to all hardware, and software services and facilities of a computer network that makes network or internet connectivity, management business operations, […]

Pickup Locations

OXNARD All American Car Wash (at the gas station) 1100 Oxnard Boulevard, Best Breakfast Cafe, 5141 Saviers Road, BG’s Cafe, 428 South A Street, Cabo Restaurant, 1041 South Oxnard Boulevard, Oxnard City Hall, 300 W. Third Street, Oxnard Public Library, 251 S. A Street, Red Barn Market, 1712 Saviers Road, Spudnuts, 600 South Victoria Avenue, and 621 West Channel Islands […]

CONNOR COOKS

Breakfast
Quesadilla

I have the hardest time getting my older son to eat his meals during mealtime. I have no doubt that any number of parents out there face a similarly daunting task when it comes time to feed their own kids. SO I strive to be creative in a way that will entice a quick eating session so I don’t have […]

LEGAL

File No.: 2021100158965FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAMESTATEMENTTHE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS(ARE)DOING BUSINESS AS:1. Chelsea Cruz2. Chel Sea180 Hillway Cir Ventura , CA 93003Ventura COUNTYFull Name of Registrant:1. Romelyn Flores Tull 180 Hillway CirVentura , CA 93003This Business is conducted by: INDIVIDUAL. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on:12/08/2021.I declare that all information in thisstatement […]

Redistricting receives lots of community maps


Oxnard– The City of Oxnard’s redistricting process continued with a special meeting Saturday, January 22, as the council reviewed the submitted maps. ASSISTANT City Attorney Ken Rozell told the council the meeting is the fifth regarding redistricting and then turned the meeting over to Kristen Parks from National Demographics Corporation (NDC) for the presentation. Parks said NDC had not received […]