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Jovie Baclayon, Communications Manager, West Ventura County Business Alliance
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Oxnard Mayor John C. Zaragoza to Deliver State of the City Address at June Luncheon
OXNARD, Calif., FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – The West Ventura County Business Alliance will host Oxnard Mayor John C. Zaragoza’s annual State of the City address on Friday, June 17. He will reflect on accomplishments from 2021, and share highlights and initiatives for 2022.
“As you can see throughout Oxnard, we are in the process of restoring many of our streets and alleys and landscape maintenance that was deferred for many years,” said Mayor Zaragoza. “I’m excited to share with the community the progress we have made with one full year of Measure E funding and our City Council’s vision to continue reinvesting in our community.”
The State of the City is being held at the Courtyard by Marriott Oxnard located at 600 E. Esplanade Drive. The luncheon is open to the public and begins at 11:30 a.m.
Tickets can be purchased online at https://bit.ly/oxrsotc22 or by calling the WVCBA office at (805) 738-9100. Event registration ends at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, June 10, and costs $55 for WVCBA members and $65 for non-members.
The State of the City is hosted annually by the WVCBA and made possible by Title Sponsors American Medical Response, Procter & Gamble Paper Products and Southern California Edison Company; Major Sponsor The Port of Hueneme; and Supporting Sponsors Dignity Health – St. John’s Hospitals, Montecito Bank & Trust, UCLA Health, and Ventura County Credit Union.
ABOUT THE WEST VENTURA COUNTY BUSINESS ALLIANCE
The West Ventura County Business Alliance (WVCBA) is the Chamber of Commerce serving the cities of Camarillo and Oxnard in California. In March 2021, the membership of the Camarillo Chamber of Commerce voted to unite with the Oxnard Chamber of Commerce and form the WVCBA. The WVCBA is the voice for the interest of business with government, promotes economic development, works to improve the regional economy, and protects the interests of the two communities. Learn more at wcvba.org.