January meeting of Channel Islands Neighborhood Council (CINC)
DATE: January 23rd
LOCATION: Pacific Corinthian Yacht Club (PCYC)
2600 Harbor Blvd, Oxnard, CA 93035

Oxnard City Manager Alex Nguyen is presenting his plan for 2020.

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LA Regional Water Quality Control Board Triennial Review of the Basin Plan.

Channel Islands Neighborhood Council


The Channel Islands Neighborhood Council is an all-volunteer organization representing the waterfront communities of Mandalay Bay, Harbour Island, Westport, and Seabridge. The Neighborhood Council program was created by the Oxnard City Council to effectively involve members of our communities in our local government decision making process.

The Council serves as our platform to have a voice in the issues that matter to our collective communities. Our collaborative ideas, input and participation are what it takes to maintain this very special place we call home.

As we sit on our patios, decks or balconies, we all agree in a common thread. “We’re so lucky to live here.”

We’re a unique community, with the fifth largest small craft recreational harbor in the state. Our needs and concerns are very different from the rest of the City. This is our opportunity to work with our neighbors, Homeowner’s Associations and our local government.

Please join us in fulfilling our mission to work together to assure our community is the very best we can be!

January 23, 2020 6 PM at PCYC

January meeting of Channel Islands Neighborhood Council  (CINC) DATE: January 23rd TIME: 6 PM LOCATION: Pacific Corinthian Yacht Club (PCYC) 2600 Harbor Blvd, Oxnard, CA 93035 WELCOME Chair’s Report Water Board’s Triennial Review Water Board’s Meeting on MS4 Forming a...

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North Shore Development Meeting TUESDAY SEPT 24 2019 @ 6pm

The developer of North Shore at Mandalay Bay will be present along with City Planners to discuss our concerns about the approval of such an old permitted project circa 1999 on the former oil field dump. It is located at 5th Street and Harbor Blvd. Let’s ask for the developer to work with the community in a neighborly way and NOT DUMP or DRAIN anything off their property into the canal.