Category Local Politics

It’s That Time Of Month Again!

The RiverPark Neighborhood Council will be holding its monthly meeting tonight at Rio Vista Middle School, Room D13. The meeting will begin at 7:00pm and concludes around 8:30pm. Agenda . Call to order . Beat Officer’s Report . Dean Yamamoto Parks Supervisor Presentation Regarding Construction of Welcome Center in Central Park . Committee Reports . Residents […]

RiverPark Neighborhood Council Meeting Tonight

The RiverPark Neighborhood Council will be holding its monthly meeting tonight at Rio Vista Middle School. The meeting will begin at 7:00pm and concludes around 8:30pm. Agenda . Call to order . Beat Officer’s Report . Dean Yamamoto Parks Supervisor Presentation . Committee Reports . Residents Forum . Adjournment Hope to see you all there!

Picketing Outside St. John’s Hospital

As most who watch the news, or read the local paper must know, the economy is not exactly in its best shape as of now. This massive recession that we are all stuck in has not only caused many school districts to have  to make cuts and put teachers jobs in jeopardy, it is now even […]

Why We Need Orlando Dozier On The Oxnard City Council

Election Day is upon us and despite the importance of the Presidential Race, the results of the Oxnard City Council election will also have a profound effect on RiverPark residents. I recently read the analysis and candidate interviews that were published in the Ventura Star-Free Press and one thing was amazingly clear. Most candidates were […]

Don’t Forget About Tonight!

From Our RiverPark Neighborhood Council: With the election for City Council approaching we have extended an invitation to everyone running to come and speak to our community. During our September 19th meeting we will be giving each candidate for Oxnard City Council time to present their platform and answer our questions. The best voters are informed […]

Making Sure RiverPark Residents Are Heard

Neighborhood Bulletin From RiverPark Resident, Orlando Dozier Yesterday the books officially closed and the field of candidates running for Oxnard City Council and Mayor are set. As expected in true California politics, a bum-rush of people jumped into the race for City Council. There is a total of 13 City Council Candidates. With so many […]

Tempo Apartment Project Approved For RiverPark, What Next?

Pending a final review of a comprehensive parking plan, the Oxnard City Council approved an amendment to the RiverPark Specific Plan which will allow the development of a parcel of land at the southwest corner of Myrtle St. and Forest Park Blvd. into a new upscale apartment complex to be named, Tempo Apartments. The new complex […]