TAKE ACTION TODAY! Please share your support for our Community of Interest! The County is required to complete the redistricting process by December 15, 2021. The County is considering draft Maps NOW! The City of Oxnard redistricting deadline is in April 2022 Please feel free to use the information we have provided on defining...
Important Update on the Harbor: What Has Been Achieved (9/21)HBCA discovered that the Harbor Department was operating without a standard development process though both the County and the City of Oxnard each had one. A standard development process is essential to avoid inconsistencies, unfairness, lack of transparency, and at worst...
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HBCA Public Comments to LA Water Board in support of our harbor’s water quality – December 2020
Thank You For Your Support! The Holiday Food & Toy Drive exceeded expectations!
Channel Islands Harbor Partners LLC (CIHP) did not pay the required fees on December 1st required to retain its exclusive Lease Option Agreement related to the Fisherman’s Wharf area. However, CIHP’s exclusivity through ERNs for the X3 area and F/F1 parcels are not due to expire until March 31, 2021
It was a rare unanimous 12-0 vote by the Coastal Commission denying the County’s attempt to override the City of Oxnard’s denial of a Local Coastal Plan Amendment to allow the massive 400 apartment building at Fisherman’s Wharf. BUT – it’s NOT OVER!
Coastal Commission 2020 Override decision – watch the video!
8-12-2020 – Reasons to deny the request by Ventura County Harbor Department for an LCP amendment override
California Coastal Commission Hearing August 12, 2020 South Central Coast District Agenda Item: 19 Local Coastal Programs (LCPs) City of Oxnard LCP Amendment No. LCP-4-OXN-20-0007-1 (Ventura County Harbor Department) Public hearing and action on request by Ventura County Harbor Department for an LCP amendment override of the Coastal Land Use Plan...
6-29-2020 Harbor and Beach Community Alliance charges violation of California’s Brown Act, which ensures transparent government processes and public access, during a regular public Board of Supervisors’ meeting June 23. The issue at hand was a proposed nine-month extension of a developer’s Exclusive Right to Negotiate for three land parcels at Channel Islands Harbor.