March 23, 2017 RSS feed / Letters

Seeking help for Agoura family

I have been a resident of Agoura Hills for the past 22 years. More...

Use proper CPR

I have comments on the March 16 article on cardiac arrest victims.  First, it states that “people suffering from cardiac arrest will likely be unconscious and not breathing.”  More...

Reasons why Cornerstone is wrong

Your glowing endorsement of the Cornerstone Project and the City Council’s approval last week notwithstanding, there are many glaring problems with the development. Here are a few of the many points of interest:  More...

Did right thing

I’d like to thank Councilmembers Linda Northrop and Illece Buckley Weber for their vote in favor of the Cornerstone appeal.  Just because Brad Rosenheim and his investors spent 10 years on their project doesn’t make it suitable for o More...

Difficulty in name pronunciation

I was recently mailed the spring 2017 Recreation Program Guide from the City of Agoura Hills.  On page 27, at the end of the Reyes Adobe information it says, “To schedule a group or private tour, please call (818) 597-7361 and ask for Xoch More...

Repeal, replace?

Do not repeal or replace the Affordable Care Act.  Improve it and expand it.  Single payer is the way to go.  And quit calling it Obamacare; it’s the Affordable Care Act, which says it all.  Please inform our woefully uninfo More...

Development not needed

I take to task the recent Acorn editorial on the new development planned at Agoura and Cornell roads.  That gateway, heading south on Cornell, represents for many cyclists—myself included— visitors and others a serene and peaceful en More...