May 3, 2007 RSS feed / Letters

Triangle Ranch, city's pet project

Whenever I read a letter like the one submitted by Mr. and Mrs. Lebowitz I can't help but think they're in some way connected to the developer. Why would anyone that lives in Agoura of the Conejo Valley support further development? More...

There's more to the Triangle story

Recently The Acorn published an article regarding Triangle Ranch, a proposed development at the base of Ladyface Mountain in the Cornell area near Agoura. More...

Gates not just for snob appeal

In the "No gates in Oak Park" article of April 19 ( The Acorn ), the manner in which the reporter represented the issue of Regency/Chambord becoming gated communities was both embarrassing to me and offensive to Regency/Chambord owners. More...

Edison's not a fan of solar power

I was disappointed reading last week's article, "Solar panel installers set a shining example." Effective January, all new Southern California Edison customers who wish to purchase solar panels have to convert to a "time of use" metering sys More...

Project planners need local input

I read the article on the Triangle Ranch hearing that appeared in the April 5 Acorn with interest and a bit of surprise, given the history of the project and its rocky path through the planning process. More...

OPUSD's 'Extreme Makeover- School Edition'

Oak Park voters should take special note of the new Yerba Buena Elementary School located at Lindero Canyon and Reyes Adobe roads. More...

Don't wait for tragedy to strike

I second Linda Le Vine's concern about the disasterwaitingto-happen outside the Agoura Animal Shelter ("Treacherous turn into animal shelter," March 22). I hold my breath each time I drive into and out of the shelter. More...