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June 24, 1995 | MIGUEL BUSTILLO
The Oxnard City Council has agreed to allow city officials to negotiate with Jones Intercable to possibly extend the company's cable contract. Council members also agreed Tuesday to appoint an advisory group and hire a consultant to identify the television needs of Oxnard residents and assist in the negotiations.
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March 24, 1995 | MIGUEL BUSTILLO
The Oxnard City Council will hold a retreat today and Saturday at the city's Radisson Suite Hotel to establish priorities and set goals for 1995 and 1996. The retreat, which was not publicly announced until Thursday, will begin today at 3 p.m. and start again Saturday at 8 a.m. The meeting is open to the public. Among the topics to be discussed are clarifying the City Council agenda, celebrating Oxnard's recent achievements and setting new objectives for city leaders.
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January 10, 1995 | MIGUEL BUSTILLO
The Oxnard City Council tonight will consider reversing a decision by the city's Planning Commission and rejecting a report on the environmental effects of Village West, a 700-unit development proposed for Ormond Beach. City staff members are recommending that the council uphold the decision, which would clear the way for the project at the southeast corner of Hueneme and Perkins roads.
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November 2, 1994 | MIGUEL BUSTILLO
The Oxnard City Council voted after a public hearing Tuesday to approve plans for a 235-home residential development in the northeast end of the city. The Village of Santa Rosa and Village of San Nicolas developments, proposed by the Standard Pacific Corp. of Westlake Village, would contain 193 single-family houses and 42 townhouses. The development would be near Rose Avenue and Colonia Road. About 23 homes, 10% of the total, would be priced so low-income families could afford them.
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July 21, 1993 | MATTHEW MOSK
Firetrucks at Oxnard's six fire stations will now carry emergency medical equipment to help save the lives of heart attack victims after an Oxnard City Council vote Tuesday to buy seven defibrillators. The devices, which can increase survival rates of heart attack victims by as much as 40%, will be in use by the end of August, officials said. The city will spend $53,000 to purchase the defibrillators and to provide training for emergency medical workers.
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June 10, 1990
In an effort to boost local tax revenues, the Oxnard City Council is expected to support a proposal to double production capability at Procter & Gamble's paper plant on North Rice Avenue. The installation of a second paper-producing machine would double tax revenues to the city to more than $600,000 a year. Although the proposal to expand the plant has not been officially announced, city officials are scheduled to consider endorsing the plan on Tuesday. The staff has recommended approval.
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October 16, 1990 | HUGO MARTIN
About 16 months of unsuccessful contract negotiations are expected to come to an end today when the Oxnard City Council considers a three-year contract with the city's firefighters' union. The contract would give Oxnard's 36 firefighters a retroactive 6% wage increase for the 1989-90 fiscal year and a 5% wage increase for 1990-91, plus an additional 4% increase for 1991-92. Representatives of the city manager and the International Assn.
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August 17, 1991 | JACK SEARLES
The Oxnard City Council will consider requiring builders to install water-saving fixtures in existing homes and buildings and to study a water-reclamation program that could include a desalination plant. By a 5-0 vote Tuesday, council members decided to seek advice about the retrofitting plan from developers and officials of other Ventura County cities that have imposed such a program.
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February 25, 1991 | SANTIAGO O'DONNELL
The Oxnard City Council, acting on a recommendation by City Manager Vern Hazen, will consider Tuesday appealing a decision by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service to shut down its branch office in Oxnard. "If this office is closed, a lot of people up and along the coast will have to travel to either Los Angeles and San Jose to do their business," said Jim Faulconer, the city's community services director.
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