Zaydee Sanchez

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In Oxnard, some residents are pushing for the development of new housing, while others are against it.

Oxnard’s housing crunch looks a little different from rest of CA

In Oxnard, some residents are pushing for the development of new housing, while others are against it.

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Greater LA’s special series closely looks at changing neighborhoods across Southern California. Episode two of “Born & Razed” focuses on Oxnard.

Born & Razed: Oxnard’s low-paid residents struggle to keep up with cost of living

Greater LA’s special series closely looks at changing neighborhoods across Southern California. Episode two of “Born & Razed” focuses on Oxnard.

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