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Someone is lying to the public
10/15/2020 1:25:47 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com   Oxnard-- Guess what? We're at the end of this campaign, and one candidate out there is using trickery and playing people against each other to try and win.   Let's talk about the Fair Political Practices Commission. There is a keyword here, and that is FAIR!!!!   The commission sets the road rules for media outlets, so all candidates get treated the same. This is important. Any media company that favors one candidate over another is a crummy media outlet and should not be supported. Bluntly put,...

Court of Appeal Strikes Down Measure M
10/15/2020 11:33:51 AM

By Lisa Grace-Kellogg publisher@tricountysentry.com     The California Court of Appeal has struck down Oxnard’s Measure M.   Siding with the City of Oxnard over resident Aaron Starr, Division Six of the Court of Appeal found that the Measure, passed by voters in 2016, violated Government Code Section 54300, known as the Revenue Bond Law.   The controversy stems from an Ordinance passed by the city council in January of 2016, which raised wastewater utility rates by 35 percent, with annual adjustments going forward. The increase was...

Starr compares city finances to the City of Bell
10/15/2020 11:21:30 AM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com     Oxnard-- The ballot initiative forum story continues with Manuel Herrera asking what happens if the two finance positions get combined into one.   Herrera asked if that gives too much power to one person.   Moving Oxnard Forward Leader Aaron Starr said the measure provides a check and balance system against Oxnard City Manager Alex Nguyen.   "Today, the city manager controls everything," he said. "What you want is somebody else who is answerable to the voters. The...

Mayoral candidates hold a passion for Oxnard
10/15/2020 11:17:51 AM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com     Oxnard-- The Oxnard Mayoral Forum continues with Richard Linares thanking the INCO for providing candidates a venue to educate voters about the different choices they can make for mayor.   He told the viewers that the forum is a match to see who wins and hopes that no one walks away with any hard feelings.   "I have nothing but love and respect for you, and I pray for you on a regular basis," he said.  "This is a political race. It's not about the person who is the...

United we stand rally stands with President Trump
10/15/2020 11:13:58 AM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com   Ventura-- The United We Stand Rally for America, Oct 10, was a flag-waving celebration of America and its president, Donald Trump, at the Ventura County Justice Center.   The event, sponsored by the Patriots of Ventura County, featured vendors selling Republican merchandise, speeches touting conservative values, and a special guest, Congressional Candidate Ronda Kennedy, who faces incumbent Julia Brownley this Nov.   The day's theme was flag-waving, as hundreds of Trump supporters lined the streets in...

Finance & Governance offers input about the five-year update process
10/15/2020 11:08:20 AM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com     Oxnard-- The Finance & Governance Committee, Oct 13, offered input about the strategic priorities five-year update process.   The item supports the city's organizational effectiveness strategy. The purpose of the organizational effectiveness strategy is to strengthen and stabilize the organizational foundation in Finance, Information Technology, Human Resources and improve workforce quality while increasing public transparency.   Deputy City Manager Shiri Klima presented the item to the...

Court of Appeal Strikes Down Measure M
10/15/2020 11:06:18 AM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com   The California Court of Appeal has struck down Oxnard’s Measure M.   Siding with the City of Oxnard over resident Aaron Starr, Division Six of the Court of Appeal found that the Measure, passed by voters in 2016, violated Government Code Section 54300, known as the Revenue Bond Law.   The controversy stems from an Ordinance passed by the city council in January of 2016, which raised wastewater utility rates by 35 percent, with annual adjustments going forward. The increase was based on a city...

Flynn and Ramirez offer solutions to mitigate homelessness
10/15/2020 11:04:18 AM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com   Oxnard-- The Ventura County District Five Board of Supervisors forum continues with Alex Rey Rivera asking Mayor Pro Tem and candidate Carmen Ramirez if she has any outside the box homeless solutions.   He also wanted to know if she learned anything from the "tense situations" at Plaza Park and Halaco?   Ramirez and Mayor Tim Flynn are locked in a struggle that could change the county's voting direction as they compete for the District Five seat. Both candidates, for example, share radical...

Freedom Boat Club makes boating simple
10/15/2020 10:54:35 AM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com     Ventura-- So, you'd love to hit the water and enjoy all the glory of the ocean, except for one problem. THE COST!!!   First, boats can be expensive, docking it at the marina is more costly, and if it breaks down, you're left with a vessel that goes nowhere.   The people at the Freedom Boat Club offered simple solutions during its Ventura open house Oct 11, which makes boat ownership obsolete.   Once you pay your entry fee and monthly dues, a member gets unlimited access to...

Ramirez and Flynn offer different views about oil and gas
10/8/2020 9:48:47 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com   Oxnard--The Ventura County Board of Supervisors forum continues with Diane Velcy asking Candidate Carmen Ramirez if she supports more oil and gas drilling in Ventura County.   If they end drilling, she wants to know her solution is for jobs.   Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn and Mayor Pro Tem Carmen Ramirez each shared their visions for Ventura County in the future, but they both want the county to succeed.   Ramirez said it's time for a transition. She quoted a newspaper article about terrible...