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Archived Entries from Mikos Home Page


This page gives archived updates of reports from Councilmember Mikos, going back to when the website was first created in 2000.  The most recent updates appear on the Home Page itself.

The entries are in reverse chronological order.

When newer updates are made to the home page entries, the "oldest" entries at the bottom there will be added to the top of the listings on this page (which start next).


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2008

2008

November 5, 2008

MikosThankYou2
Thank you, Moorpark...!!!


...for voting to re-elect Roseann Mikos to the Moorpark City Council on November 4th! Here are the election results. Depending on which internet browser you use, you may need to scroll down and select the City of Moorpark to see the City Council results. The official swearing in for the new term is expected to be held on December 3, 2008 at 7:00 p.m. Please join us!

Best regards always,

-- Roseann



October 30, 2008


SEE NEW ENDORSEMENT (Oct. 29, 2008): The Ventura County Star recommends re-electing Roseann Mikos to the Moorpark City Council.

Listen to Roseann's interview with the star editorial board, after which they endorsed her re-election.


Thank you for your past support, your phone calls, emails or other welcome interaction over the last eight or more years.  


With your help and support, I have been honored to serve YOU, the people of Moorpark, in working to keep us a vibrant, high quality, small town.  Let’s keep it going!


Now I need your help again, to be re-elected to the Moorpark City Council, so that the voice of your most consistent open space and city “watch-dog” advocate—-my voice—-can continue to be part of the debate to maintain our small town, semi-rural community character, while adding quality shopping opportunities like the  Moorpark Marketplace (Target, Kohl's etc.) and Tuscany (Walgreen's and the soon to be built 'Fresh and Easy'), both of which  I am proud to have voted FOR.

I respectfully ask for your vote during this election season, ending on election day—November 4, 2008.





ALSO: Please vote FOR Measure S to provide needed improvements to our public schools here in Moorpark !


For more information about Dr. Mikos, check out at least the following:



       
What are some of Mikos’ key qualifications, community experiences, and positions?  This shows my candidate statement that will appear in your ballot.



       
How can you help during this re-election campaign? (There are many ways both great and small.)



ABOUT THE WEBSITE
This website will provide one more way for me to communicate with you and for you to tell me what you think. I welcome all of your comments. Check out the "Discussion Groups" to read or post comments. Or ask me to set up another discussion topic.

I have personally created this site and will be its webmaster. In between times while working full time as an Independent Training, Education, and Grant Development Consultant, and fulfilling my other responsibilties as one of your elected representatives, I will periodically update this site to provide additional information about me, what I stand for, and what is happening locally.

When it is time to vote on November 4th, I hope that I will have maintained your confidence and have earned your vote.

For your convenience, my contact information is at the bottom of every page of this website.

Thank you for visiting here, and please come again!

--Roseann



October 23, 2008


NEW EVENT: MEET ROSEANN at Campus Canyon Park ON SUNDAY, October 26th from 1-4 pm.  Come one, come all--for a half hour, an hour, or the whole time.  Talk informally, ask questions, and share YOUR vision for Moorpark!  See you there. (6790 Hearon Drive, in Campus Hills, across from Campus Canyon School)



Thanks to all who came:  we all had great fun!



(NOTE: Other campaign information from Sept. and Oct. moved to top and not repeated here.)





2007

2007

December 5, 2007

Greetings to Moorpark...and all!!!



Congratulations to Councilmember Janice Parvin who was nominated and was confirmed to be the new Mayor Pro Tem for 2008, following Councilmember Millhouse in 2007 and myself in 2006.  




September 19, 2007

RE: Moorpark Redevelopment Agency/Eminent Domain

The City of Moorpark’s Moorpark Redevelopment Agency (MRA) unanimously voted to reject a proposed amendment to the MRA Plan that would have reinstated limited eminent domain authority for the agency for 12 years, after its first 12-year voter-approved eminent domain authority had expired.  Because the amendment was rejected, this means that the MRA does not currently have any eminent domain authority at all.  

For more about this, you might want to read some information OR view the replay of the meeting at which this was discussed.  See the following:








July, 2007

Here are some of the latest updates about issues around town that may be of interest to you.

HIGH STREET/OLD TOWN MOORPARK

  • The High Street Arts Center  has announced its new upcoming 5-play season, beginning in August, 2007. Please support the arts in Moorpark.

    To see the schedule of shows, check out the High Street Arts Center's website.

    Also, thank you for a job well done to date--to the Arts Center's General Manager:  L.J. Stevens!

  • The Moorpark Redevelopment Agency (MRA) has made a promising deal with The Granary, Inc and the owners of the Pilgrim Pride gas station near the Metrolink Station on High Street.  

    The agency helped find a new location for the station farther east on Princeton Ave. past the cement mixing area, will build a new station for the owner and help move him there so that the present site can be redeveloped for more commercial and retail issues to help revitalize High Street.

    This is a win/win situation for everyone, including all the people of Moorpark who will see High Street start to blossom.  It will take about two years (or more) to complete construction of the new station and move the owner there before new commercial/retail can be finally contemplated.

  • Negotiations are continuing with Severyn Severyn Aszkenazy (Aszkenazy Development, Inc.) for a major improvement to the South side of High Street between just east of Moorpark Ave. and the Metrolink train station.  Stay tuned as more is learned about the upcoming prospects for this exciting economic development project.  Call me if you have questions.

    Other Updates about issues around town that may be of interest to you.


    Please check out the information listed for November 28, 2006 (under "Archived Updates"). Rather than repeat it again, I refer you to that summary.

    If you want to know about something else, please either email me or check one of the other links at the left side of the page OR join a discussion group here.



    Best regards always,
    -- Roseann






2005-2006

2005-2006

December 10, 2006

Greetings to Moorpark...and all!!!

Congratulations to our newest councilmember, Mark Van Dam, who was recently elected to the Moorpark City Council to take the seat of now retired councilmember, Dr. Clint Harper.

Congratulations are also in order for Mayor Patrick Hunter and Councilmember Janice Parvin for being re-elected for new terms on the council.

Last but not least, congratulations to Councilmember Keith Millhouse who I nominated and was confirmed to be the new Mayor Pro Tem for 2007, following my term as Mayor Pro Tem in 2006. 

RE: Moorpark Fire (Shekell Fire) December 3-4, 2006

(This section still being developed. I will have some pictures for you soon.)

If you were so unfortunate as to have damage to home or property or if you lost your home in the fire and need some help, please call the city at 517-6200.  You can ask for assistance in reaching the appropriate agencies or organizations who may be able to help you.  My sincerest condolences go to all who suffered losses during the fire.

Other Updates about issues around town that may be of interest to you.

Please check out the information listed for November 28th below. Rather than repeat it again, I refer you to that summary.

If you want to know about something else, please either email me or check one of the other links at the left side of the page OR join a discussion group here.

Best regards always,
-- Roseann


November 28, 2006

Greetings to Moorpark...and all!!!

Here are some of the latest updates about issues around town that may be of interest to you.

HIGH STREET/OLD TOWN MOORPARK

  • The High Street Arts Center (formerly the Theatre on High Street) has begun an exciting new 4-play season. The first production, Barnum, in September and October 2006 was a smashing success. Please support the arts in Moorpark.

    The current production is entitled A Christmas Carol, the Musical and runs from December 8th -  23rd. To see the full schedule of shows, check out the High Street Arts Center's website.

    Also, congratulations to the new Arts Center Manager:  L.J. Stevens, who is doing a fantastic job in her new position!

  • The Moorpark Redevelopment Agency has approved an updated rehabilitation loan program for eligible low or very low income residents who are owner-occupied homeowners in the city's redevelopment area.

    For more information or to see if you may qualify for low or no interest loans of up to $50,000 to spruce up your home, call David Moe at 805-517-6217.

  • The Ruben Castro Human Services Complex is moving through the planning stages to become a reality.  This campus-like setting, next to the Police Services Center on Spring Rd., will be a a one-stop social services center and will include several buildings to house such organizations as Catholic Charities/Moorpark Food Pantry, First Five, and Clinicas. 

    It will also provide a place for day laborers to congregate that is safer and less objectional to residents than where they now congregate. Stay tuned for updates on this exciting project.

  • The Moorpark Redevelopment Agency (MRA) just announced a new partnership with the gas station on High Street and a local developer.

    The agency will help the gas station owner to move his gas station to Princeton Ave. to a more industrial area, so that the High Street property can be redeveloped to help improve the charm of Old Towne Moorpark.  This is likely to take about 3 years to build the new station and move the old one. Then we will be able to eliminate the large trucks from High Street that now fill up at that gas station. This is a "win/win" for everyone.

  • The MRA has done many projects over the years to work toward revitalizing downtown.  See this powerpoint presentation for examples of projects that have been completed todate toward downtown revitalization (through August 2006) or that are in the planning stages.

    NOTE: You may need PowerPoint software to view this presentation.  It is large, so it could take time to load.  When it opens, just click to advance each "slide" so that you can go at your own pace to see the presentation.

NEW COMMERCIAL OR RETAIL PROPOSED OR APPROVED

  • Already approved next to the Mission Bell Plaza and Shasta Ave., on Los Angeles Avenue:  a much needed medical building complex.  I voted for this. The architecture is very beautiful and I think all will appreciate the quality at this site, when it is completed. (It is not yet under construction.)

  • Already approved across from the Moorpark Town Center at the corner of Park Lane and Los Angeles Avenue:  New shops and restaurants including but not limited to a Don Cuco Restaurant.  I voted for this. (It is under construction now.)

  • Already approved across from Target at the SW corner of Miller Parkway and Los Angeles Ave., a pedestrian friendly center (the Village at Moorpark) with a Chick's Sporting Goods store, a Staples, a Petco, and several good restaurants. I voted for this. It should be opening soon.  ( It is under construction now.)

  • Already approved, at corner of Campus Park Drive and Collins Drive, (the Campus Plaza) with fast food restaurant, gas station, and neighborhood commercial establishments.

    I voted against this because I objected to a gas station in a residential neighborhood, next to a public park and near two schools.  I think the gas station usage and traffic into/out of the gas station will be dangerous to neighbors--especially those walking to and from the park with small children.  I like the other parts of the project.  (This is under construction.)

  • Already approved: A Home Depot, to be tucked in behind the Moorpark Marketplace eateries, in the far corner of the open parcel there, as far away from homes as possible in an area that was previously approved to allow retail, commercial, or business park uses.Many residents testified both for and against this project. 

    I ended up voting for the project because of a number of reasons. They were willing to and did accept all the additional conditions suggested by staff, council, and most neighbors to minimize their impact. They also added significant extra landscaping, upgraded the architecture and contributed additional funds to support city programs.

    Finally, the use was an allowable use, by right, according to our approved general plan and zoning code.  We are not allowed by law to deny someone to come to our city, if they present a project that follows all the rules AND they are willing to accept the restrictions we request.  Just like you do not get to pick the neighbors who buy the house next door to you, the City does not get to pick the businesses that apply to do business in our city.
     
  • Already approved on the top of the bluff where the 23/118 Freeway bends, near SDI at the eastern end of Los Angeles Ave., where it is called White Sage Drive:  a showroom and warehouse (Warehouse Discount Center).

    I voted against this because (unlike Home Depot) this use, as proposed, was not allowed on that site and they had to get a general plan or zoning amendment to allow it.  I thought it was wrong to build such a huge set of buildings in such a prominent location in our city and disagreed that we should change the rules just for them. 

    I wanted to hold out for a more attractive project that would be more of a beautiful  campus type setting for a high quality hotel, or something similar. ( But Warehouse Discount is under construction.)

OTHER

On other issues, please remember to keep me informed of what you think on any issue that is important to you. Join a discussion group on this website or give me a call. My contact information can be found at the bottom of every page of this website.

Best regards always,
-- Roseann


August, 2006

Greetings to Moorpark...and all!!!

Here are some of the latest updates about issues around town that may be of interest to you.

HIGH STREET/OLD TOWN MOORPARK

  • The High Street Arts Center (formerly the Theatre on High Street) has announced its new upcoming 4-play season, beginning on September 22, 2006. Please support the arts in Moorpark.

    To see the schedule of shows, check out the High Street Arts Center's website.

    Also, welcome to the new Arts Center Manager:  L.J. Stevens!

  • The Moorpark Redevelopment Agency has approved an updated rehabilitation loan program for eligible low or very low income residents who are owner-occupied homeowners in the city's redevelopment area.

    For more information or to see if you may qualify for low or no interest loans of up to $50,000 to spruce up your home, call David Moe at 805-517-6217.

  • The Ruben Castro Human Services Complex is moving through the planning stages to become a reality.  This campus-like setting, next to the Police Services Center on Spring Rd., will be a a one-stop social services center and will include several buildings to house such organizations as Catholic Charities/Moorpark Food Pantry, First Five, and Clinicas, to name a few.  Stay tuned for updates on this exciting project.

  • The Moorpark Redevelopment Agency (MRA) has done many projects over the years to work toward revitalizing downtown.  See this powerpoint presentation for examples of projects that have been completed todate toward downtown revitalization or that are in the planning stages.

    NOTE: You may need PowerPoint software to view this presentation.  It is large, so it could take time to load.  When it opens, just click to advance each "slide" so that you can go at your own pace to see the presentation.

NEW COMMERCIAL OR RETAIL PROPOSED OR APPROVED

  • Already approved across from the Moorpark Town Center at the corner of Park Lane and Los Angeles Avenue:  New shops and restaurants including but not limited to a Don Cuco Restaurant.  (This is under construction.)

  • Already approved across from Target at the SW corner of Miller Parkway and Los Angeles Ave., a pedestrian friendly center (the Village at Moorpark) with a Chick's Sporting Goods store, a Staples, a Petco, and several good restaurants. (This is under construction.)

  • Proposed (public hearing continued to August 16): A Home Depot, to be tucked in behind the Moorpark Marketplace eateries, in the far corner of the open parcel there, as far away from homes as possible in an area that was previously approved to allow retail, commercial, or business park uses.

    Come and tell us what you think about this project.

OTHER

On other issues, please remember to keep me informed of what you think on any issue that is important to you. Join a discussion group on this website or give me a call. My contact information can be found at the bottom of every page of this website.

Best regards always,
-- Roseann



March 20, 2006

Greetings to Moorpark...and all!!!

NORTH PARK DEFEATED!

It's official.  Moorpark voters defeated the North Park Housing Project by a margin of better than 3 to 1.  That is about 75% against the project and only 25% for the project.

Thanks to everyone for participating in this election!  Here is my commentary published in the Ventura County Star on March 19, 2006, after the election:

Commentary:   Moorpark Voters Keep Control—Rejecting Sprawl, Not all Growth

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.  My contact information can be found at the bottom of every page of this website.


January 1, 2006

Happy New Year Moorpark...and all!!!

Thanks to my city council colleagues for voting me to be Mayor Pro Tem at the first meeting in December, 2005. This will be for one year and I will do my very best to stand in for Mayor Hunter when and if he is ever unavailable.

WHAT'S NEW AND WHAT'S COMING UP?

What's new and what are some of the issues facing us in 2006?  Among them are:

NORTH PARK HOUSING PROJECT

Election on February 28, 2006 to comply with SOAR measure passed by voters.

YOU WILL DECIDE: Shall the citizens of Moorpark approve (or deny) changing much of the open space areas north of Moorpark College and east (and south) of Happy Camp Canyon Regional Park to allow 1,680 new homes?

There will be much debate, pro and con, on this issue.  Keep in mind that sincere people can disagree.

In October, 2005, the city council called this election. The council had to vote whether or not we believed that the good outweighed the bad for this project, before it could go to the voters. 

The council voted 3-2 that the good outweighed the bad on this project with myself and Mayor Hunter voting NO and Councilmembers Parvin, Millhouse, and Harper, voting YES.

Not surprisingly, this one issue has dominated the discussion for a long time and will continue to do so, at least until after you VOTE.  Become informed and vote according to your own conscience.  If you have questions, feel free to contact me.

I will be actively campaigning AGAINST North Park.

OTHER

On other issues, please remember to keep me informed of what you think on any issue that is important to you. Join a discussion group on this website or give me a call.

Best regards always,
-- Roseann


January 25, 2005

Happy New Year Moorpark...and all!!!

We had a scary start to 2005 with the torrential rains in Moorpark in early January and extreme flooding in some areas of the city, especially in Campus Park and  the Villa Del Arroyo Mobile Home Park area. 

In Happy Camp Canyon Regional Park (outside the city and part of the 100 year flood plain), blockages in and near the flood channel, due to large trees coming downstream and clogging the drainage outlet caused the water to temporarily jump over the channel and head right down Campus Park Drive making it the "river."

While this was very scary, everyone helped out with sandbags, the fire department assisted and together everyone got through it without much serious damage, as compared to what could have happened.  Thanks to all for being a great community during this challenge.  You were GREAT!  (as always)

I will work with our City staff to ensure that we find out how we can improve our flood control protection in the future.  Then we will work toward implementing needed improvements.

If you would like to see some pictures up stream in the Wilderness Preserve of Happy Camp Canyon Regional Park, AFTER the flooding, check these out--all taken on January 15, 2005:

Happy Camp AFTER the Floods:  January 15, 2005





Summer & Fall, 2004

Summer & Fall, 2004

November 3, 2004

Thank you, Moorpark...!!!

...for voting to re-elect Roseann Mikos to the Moorpark City Council on November 2nd! Here are the election results. Depending on which internet browser you use, you may need to scroll down and select the City of Moorpark to see the City Council results. The official swearing in for the new term was held on December 1, 2004 at 7:00 p.m. Thanks to all who were there in person and in spirit!

Best regards always,

-- Roseann


September/October, 2004

Greetings Moorpark...and all!!!

And—Welcome to my Re-election website!

Thank you for your past support, your phone calls, emails or other welcome interaction over the last four or more years. 

 

With your help and support, I have been honored to serve the people of Moorpark in working to keep us a vibrant, high quality, small town.  Let’s keep it going!

 

Now I need your help again, to be re-elected to the Moorpark City Council, so that the voice of your most consistent open space and city “watch-dog” advocate—-my voice—-can continue to be part of the debate to maintain our small town, semi-rural community character, while adding quality shopping opportunities like the new Moorpark Marketplace, that I am proud to have voted FOR.

 

I respectfully ask for your vote during this election season, ending on election day—November 2, 2004.

 

For more information, check out at least the following:

 

·         What are some of Mikos’ key qualifications, community experiences, and positions?

 

·         How can you help during this re-election campaign? (There are many ways both great and small.)

 

·        NEW!  Endorsement by Ventura County Star (October 15, 2004) 

ABOUT THE WEBSITE

This website will provide one more way for me to communicate with you and for you to tell me what you think. I welcome all of your comments. Check out the "Discussion Groups" to read or post comments. Or ask me to set up another discussion topic.

I have personally created this site and will be its webmaster. In between times while working full time at Moorpark College, and fulfilling my other responsibilties as one of your elected representatives, I will periodically update this site to provide additional information about me, what I stand for, and what is happening locally.

When it is time to vote on November 2nd, I hope that I will have maintained your confidence and have earned your vote.

For your convenience, my contact information is at the bottom of every page of this website.

Thank you for visiting here, and please come again!

--Roseann




January 1, 2004

January 1, 2004

Happy New Year Moorpark...and all!!!

Congratulations to Councilmember Janice Parvin who will take over the reigns as Mayor Pro Tem in 2004, from Keith Millhouse, who served in this capacity in 2003 after I served as Mayor Pro Tem in 2002.  The Mayor Pro Tem stands in for Mayor Hunter when and if the Mayor is ever unavailable.

We are all grateful for "surviving" the October 2003 firestorms.  While about 25% of our city's land area was burned and several of our neighbors suffered lost or damaged homes, we were very blessed that there was not more damage, given what happened in some neighboring counties.

Mother Nature is busy in recovery-mode and already the plants and animals in our burned out areas are making a fine start at recovering.  As scary as it was, fire is part of the ecosystem in our region and it will make for a stronger ecosystem in the long run.  Look forward to what will probably be one of the most beautiful wildflower seasons in many years this spring.

However, in the mean time, if you suffered any fire damage (physical or emotional) and still need help, contact the Red Cross; or, the Ventura County Commission on Human Concerns at 805-486-4725 to see if you may qualify for some assistance.

WHAT'S NEW AND WHAT'S COMING UP?

What's new and what are some of the issues facing us in 2004?  Among them are:

  • Trying to address any shortfalls in funds to Moorpark, caused by expected state budget shortfalls. The state is unfortunately expected to "steal" money from the city (and all cities) to pay for state woes, as has happened in the past. These are difficult times and we cannot control what the state does to us unless new state legislation is passed to protect city moneies from being raided. In the mean time, we will do our best to minimize the impacts.

  • Continuing work on our new Police Services Center, the new High Street Fire Station, and plans for a new City Hall, the latter of which will take many years before it becomes reality.

    • Groundbreaking for the new Police Services Center is scheduled for February 6, 2004 at the corner of Spring Road and Flinn Ave.

    • Grand opening for the High Street "Old Towne" fire station is expected in May 2004.

  • Public hearings at the Planning Commission regarding the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the revised and scaled down project called North Park Village and Nature Preserve (previously the Hidden Creek Project). Please watch and stay involved during the review process, as this project will require VOTER approval if it is to go forward.

    Tell the Planning Commission and the City Council what you like (or don't like) about the proposed project and the process we are using to help us all become educated about the pros and cons of this major potential project.

    Some time during Spring or Summer 2004, this project will probably move to the City Council for additional hearings there.  A vote of the people could come as early as November 2004, or perhaps in early 2005.  The exact timeline is still to be determined, pending the many open issues left to learn about and to debate.

OTHER

On other issues, please remember to keep me informed of what you think on any issue that is important to you. Join a discussion group on this website or give me a call.

Best regards always,
-- Roseann




January 1, 2003

January 1, 2003

Happy New Year Moorpark...and all!!!

Congratulations to newly elected Councilmember Janice Parvin who joined the council in December 2002 and to new Mayor Pro Tem, Keith Millhouse, who will serve in this capacity in 2003 as I did in 2002,  to stand in for Mayor Hunter when and if the Mayor is ever unavailable.

WHAT'S NEW AND WHAT'S COMING UP?

What's new and what are some of the issues facing us in 2003?  Among them are:

  • Trying to address any shortfalls in funds to Moorpark, caused by expected state budget shortfalls. The state is unfortunately expected to "steal" money from the city (and all cities) to pay for state woes, as has happened in the past. These are difficult times and we cannot control what the state does to us unless new state legislation is passed to protect city moneies from being raided. In the mean time, we will do our best to minimize the impacts.

  • Continuing work on our new Police Service Center, the new High Street Fire Station, and plans for a new City Hall that will be many years in the making before it becomes reality. The fire station will break ground in Spring 2003 and will be the first new buidling to be completed.

  • The grand re-opening of the Theatre on High Street on January 31, 2003 with a concert by Arlo Guthrie. A number of concerts, plays, and movies are planned, plus children's programming and many more wonderful events. Keep watching and enjoy the shows!

  • The building and opening of the health clup portion of the new Maverick's Health Club and Cinema 3. You probably already noticed the opening of the new stadium seating Three-Plex in the Mission Bell Plaza, with first run movies. Keep watching for the health club and enjoy the new movie theatre!

  • The opening of the Moorpark Marketplace in Spring 2003 starting with Kohl's Department Store. If you would like a job at the new Kohl's, interviews are now being conducted one day a week at city hall by Kohl's. Call 529-6864 to find out more about it.
  • Public hearings for the Campus Hills Shopping Center proposal at the corner of Collins Dr. and Campus Park Drive--to begin again at the Planning Commission in late January or early February.

  • Comment period for an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the revised and scaled down project called North Park Village and Nature Preserve (previously the Hidden Creek Project). Please watch and stay involved during the review process, as this project will require VOTER approval if it is to go forward.

OTHER

On other issues, please remember to keep me informed of what you think on any issue that is important to you. Join a discussion group on this website or give me a call.

Best regards always,
-- Roseann













Dr. Roseann Mikos
Moorpark City Councilmember, 2000 - 2016
Mayor Pro Tem, 2002; 2006; 2010; 2014

Moorpark, California • 805-529-3216

E-mail: mikos2008@sbcglobal.net

Website created on April 20, 2000 by Dr. Roseann Mikos; last updated on October 13, 2014
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