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Eight vie to chart future of Harbor District

By   /   Monday, October 4th, 2010  /   Comments Off on Eight vie to chart future of Harbor District

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Whatever the outcome in November, this is a history-making election for the Port of Hueneme.

The Oxnard Harbor District, the public agency that owns and operates the deep-water commercial port, is in the midst of its most competitive campaign in decades. Two of the three incumbents who are up for re-election are retiring, throwing the field open to a total of eight candidates for the three seats.

Harbor District Executive Director Tony Taormina — who has run the port for 15 of the past 25 years, in two different tenures — said he doesn’t think there’s ever been an election with this many contenders, or a time when two incumbents retired at once.

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