Dec 13, 2019 | Archives, Letters, Updates
An unsolicited development proposal for Fisherman’s Wharf was sent to the Board of Supervisors on Oct. 21 and copied to the Oxnard City Council. HBCA got a copy of the proposal through a Public Information Request to Oxnard.
Nov 8, 2019 | Archives, timelineCity Council voted 6-1 to deny the Amendment! THANK YOU CITY COUNCIL! THANK YOU CITY STAFF! THANK YOU SUPPORTERS! Thursday, November 7th 6 PM If you want to build in the city of Oxnard, you have to play by Oxnard’s rules. That’s the message the City...
Oct 18, 2019 | HBCA, timeline, UpdatesOnly Established PWP Process Has Legal Basis for the Public to Hold the County Accountable to Deliver the Plan The fundamental reason governmental agencies like Cities and the Counties establish standard procedures and processes for public input. (e.g. a Specific Plan...
Oct 17, 2019 | Updates
Read the timeline on The Fisherman’s Wharf Project. The timeline contains background information and key events leading up to NOW.
Oct 1, 2019 | HBCA, Updates
What is needed and would be supported regarding the proposed Fisherman’s Wharf project by the County and Channel Islands Harbor Properties LLC
Jun 25, 2019 | Archives, Fisherman's WharfCity of Oxnard Planning Commissioners Deirdre Frank Wilfredo Chua Orlando Dozier Jim Fuhring Robert Sanchez Jeremy Meyer 251 South A Street Oxnard, California 93030 Date: Commissioners: My name is _____________________. I live in (city, zip)_________________________....
Jun 12, 2019 | Updates
Using the developer’s own architectural drawings, HBCA created a Scale Model. For the first time, the public can actually see the scale and density of the Fisherman’s Wharf project. The public can see the County and Developer’s promotional renderings are misleading.
May 20, 2019 | Environmental Justice, Presentations, Updates
“Equity demands more. Over the last five years, the commission has questioned whether we are doing enough to provide access for all to our beaches, a right guaranteed under the California constitution,” said Environmental Justice Commissioner Effie Turnbull-Sanders. “Achieving true equity requires us to first understand and own our history of disenfranchisement; then, work diligently and deliberately to create full and inclusive participation in process, policy and benefits. Now the real work begins.”