🌱 Oceanside Investigating Treasurer + KNVS Art Restaurant opening soon

Hello everybody! Here’s your new copy of the Oceanside-Camp Pendleton Daily, packed with all the community news you need to know right now. Keep scrolling for the scoop…


First, today’s weather:

Spotted fog, then sun; wet. High: 78 Low: 66.


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Here are the top four stories today at Oceanside-Camp Pendleton:

  1. of The City of Oceanside is conducting an internal investigation into recent allegations made against City Treasurer Victory Roy. The allegations appeared in an email that Treasurer Steve Hodges sent to Roy and other city officials last month accusing Roy of several things, including making investment decisions that lost the city money, asking illegally Hodges to donate to his 2020 campaign, showing nudity in public. library computer and more. The city released a statement to reassure the public that its investment portfolio “remains healthy and all investments comply with the city’s investment policy and state law.” The city treasurer is responsible for overseeing the management of the city’s $450 million investment fund. It is an elected position in Oceanside, but in other cities, such as the city of San Diego, it is an appointed position. (Voice of San Diego)
  2. A new art-inspired restaurant is set to open in Oceanside on July 30. The first venue of its kind, KNVS (pronounced Canvas), is an innovative concept where immersive art gallery meets restaurant and bar. The fourth restaurant at the Fin Hotel Campus, KNVS finds its home among three other Kevin Shin concepts, the historic and Hawaiian-inspired restaurant and bar, Switchboard Restaurant, North County Roastery, and Korean street food lounge, Haetae . An integration of creatives, KNVS will rotate its featured visual artist quarterly, while the food and beverage team creates a matching menu inspired by the art on the walls. (What now San Diego)
  3. It was another busy news week across California. Missing the headlines on Patch?
    Whether you’re looking for breaking news or weirdness, or sweet or silly features, we’ve rounded up some of the most valuable stories to share from the past week. Take a look at some of this week’s top stories from across the country. California’s New Gun Law Signed; The worst variant yet; San Diego Zoo’s Young Lions; The world’s smallest penguins at the Birch Aquarium and more. (patch)
  4. San Diegans experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis, including suicidal thoughts, are now able to call or text 988 to get help for yourself or a loved one. The 988 number will connect them to a trained counselor who can help them and connect them with services in the area where they live. This new service is in addition to the San Diego County Crisis and Outreach Line at 888-724-7240. (Times of San Diego)

Today at Oceanside-Camp Pendleton:

  • Hunter Safety – North County Veterans Association (8am)
  • Joe Welnick performing at Vigilante Coffee (10:30am)

From my notebook:

  • Oceanside California: “Did you know that MOPA Lounge is open for food, cocktails and espresso on Wednesday and Thursday from 5pm to 9pm, Friday from 5pm to 10pm and on weekends from 10am :00? From the outside, this vast space can fool you.” (Oceanside California via Instagram)
  • Visit Oceanside: “Breakfasts at the Harbor are a VIBE. βš“ Grab a coffee and stroll along @oceansideharborvillage πŸš€β›΅ After you’ve finished your cup of joe, rent a SUP or kayak and start paddling! – Repost from @oceansideharborvillage – – – – – – – – – – – – – …” (Visit Oceanside via Instagram)
  • City of Oceanside – Government: “𝑾𝒆’𝒓𝒆 π’‰π’Šπ’“π’Š …” (City of Oceanside – Government via Facebook)
  • MCCS Camp Pendleton: “Friendly reminder if you plan to visit our beaches! Camp Pendleton Lifeguard Services is dedicated to educating the community on beach safety and helping you have a safe and fun time while visiting our facilities. Review All safety instructions.” (MCCS Camp Pendleton via Instagram)
  • Camp Pendleton Armed Services YMCA: “We’ve joined the #givelocal movement. San Diego Gives is a 24-hour online fundraiser on September 8, connecting San Diegans with the causes they care about. Learn more at sandiegogives.org. #sandiegogives” ( Camp Pendleton Armed Services YMCA via Facebook)
  • Nextdoor Neighbors, The Palisades: “For anyone experiencing prolonged symptoms of COVID, there is a grassroots effort at www.survivorcorps.com where you can follow the tab for Long Covid, then find available treatment in each state. Here are the four options available in SD County .” (the other door)

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O’side Sunset: Oceanside Photo of the Day

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Events:

  • Free Educational Webinar on Essential San Diego Area Real Estate and Economic Updates (July 18)
  • Social Security Seminar (July 21)
  • The Who Experience Tribute to The Who in Pala! (July 22)
  • Yard Sale (July 23)
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That’s it for today. See you soon!

Lisa Frost

About Me: I am the Community Publisher for the Oceanside-Camp Pendleton Patch and I love sharing all things Oceanside. It’s a privilege to help locals and visitors to our incredible and diverse city stay informed about the local news, people and stories that shape our community. Explore all that Oceansider’s Patch has to offer:


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