Oxnard

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When Hueneme High School students involved with CAUSE learned of a recent ACLU report highlighting ongoing problems and listing their district as 6th in the state for number of English Learners not receiving adequate services, they jumped into action.
Over 500 people marched for immigrants’ rights across the Central Coast on May 1st, calling on Congress to create a roadmap to citizenship for the 110,000 undocumented immigrants in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties who aspire to become citizens.
In February 2013, Gold Coast Transit introduced Route 21, connecting South Oxnard and Port Hueneme to education and work opportunities in Ventura and providing vital service to the Villa Victoria farmworker housing.
In August 2013, the Oxnard City Council voted to make the Del Norte Regional Recycling and Waste Transfer Station a publicly-operated facility rather than contracting out to a private company. The city will be running its recycling center beginning in February 2014 and is in the process of creating a business plan, which could include some major changes to transform trash in Oxnard.

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