Following a series of community meetings to hear what residents want the new Agoura Hills recreation center to look like, city officials have approved a preliminary design.
The center will be built near the existing civic center on Ladyface Court.
In August, the city signed a contract with Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects (RNT) in Ventura. The company was tasked with taking the existing structure that once housed Temple Beth Haverim and creating a new center that will accommodate a variety o...
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