March 25 2021 Thursday 6 P.M. – 7:30 P.M CINC WATCH the ZOOM Meeting

Agenda

  • WELCOME
  • Chair, Audrey Keller
  • GUEST SPEAKER:
    Oxnard City Manager, Alex Nguyen
  • Marine Advisory Committee MAC
    Report on Harbor Water Quality
    Volunteers – Clean Water Team
  • Community Updates:
    C.I. Harbor Director, Mark Sandoval
    Harbor Visioning – What’s Next
  • Airport flyovers 2020
  • Questions & Comments

CINC held a meeting on March 25th, 2021 on ZOOM

There is a highlight video that plays for about 20 minutes prior to the beginning of the meeting.  The actual meeting starts at about 22:44

You can watch the meeting on zoom:

You will need to enter the following Passcode:

i*ydHR1c

Click the link below:
https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/5Gd_DD5cJWJ8S4TS2OE6_noKX_mz1ZG-8XGbXETGUKmSZIhIal90EBOPsrt3CHXV.bhtPobMFiit-sqYA

CWT Project Team Volunteers Needed

CINC – CLEAN WATER TEAM ORIENTATION

Channel Islands Neighborhood Council (CINC)
Clean Water Team Volunteer Orientation video
Produced and Directed by David Morris
MorrisMovies.com
Morris & Son Ent.
dm@morrismovies.com

CINC Help Wanted!

 Our team needs help – if you can help in any of the ways below please contact us!

CWT Project Team

  • Technical Leader/ Tech Writer
  • Volunteer Trainer
  • Field Operators-Collect samples
  • QA/QC Officer
  • CWT Coordinator
  • Technical Experts
  • Computer Specialist
  • Database Management
  • Data Users
  • Attorney- Environmental
  • Civil Engineer
  • Marine Biologist
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Transportation to Lab/Boat
  • Fundraisers, Development Professionals
  • Media / Communications specialists

 

Can You Help?

Tell us your skills

15 + 10 =

Everyone can help!

Everyone can help keep our harbor clean by doing little things.
Teamwork divides the task and multiplies the success! 

Everyone can help monitor

Take pictures and document what you observe.

Scoop up what you can

Use a rake or a net and clean up what you safely can reach!

Algea Clean Up DIY Team

Find out how neighbors are pitching in to scoop it out!

Water Board invites Public Comment: VCAILG (Farm Bureau) 12/23/20

The Channel Islands Neighborhood Council (CINC) Marine Advisory Committee (MAC) has been working hard for clean water in the harbor;

The City of Oxnard and HBCA have written letters of support – YOU CAN TOO!

Write to the email addresses below and let them know you support CINC and MAC in their request to protect Channel Islands Harbor!

 

 

You can make public comments until DEC 23, 2020

Email your letter TO:

jun.zhu@waterboards.ca.gov, snejana.toneva@waterboards.ca.gov

Include Oxnard City Council and Mayor: (select and copy paste to CC line)

john.zaragoza@oxnard.org, bryan.macdonald@oxnard.org, oscar.madrigal@oxnard.org, vianey.lopez@oxnard.com, gabriela.basua@oxnard.org, bert.perello@oxnard.org

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MAC speaks at June 11th, 2020 LA Water Board Hearing.
If left up to the City of Oxnard, the LA Water Board and the local farmers organization VCAILG*, our harbor could become polluted and unsafe—like McGrath Lake to our north. At issue—the ‘QAPP’ Quality Assurance Project Plan for water quality monitoring has been revised/downgraded for almost a year, by city staff according to the Water Board at a public meeting (6/11/20). CINC/MAC advocates for ongoing bacterial and nutrient testing by the City with volunteer labor provided by MAC and students from CSUCI. The financially responsible parties are both the City and the County. It is up to them to identify a solution, bringing our harbor back to the pristine condition it once was. When the power plant closed in 2018 it exposed the fact that for years, 2,400 acres of ag fields discharged unfiltered runoff into the Edison Canal. Both the City and the County’s scientist/consultants have stated their opinions about excess nutrients and pesticides found in farm field runoff. The County BOS has voted and approved $477,000 (2020) to trace bacteria that ends up on our harbor’s Kiddie & Hobie swimming beaches. VCAILG’s BMPs (best management practices) are not addressing the environmental issues of today, in our harbor…