Agoura survey says traffic is a pain

But residents generally happy with quality of life

An online survey in Agoura Hills shows residents are generally satisfied with the quality of life in their community, but not so happy about the city’s aging shopping centers and the traffic on Kanan Road.
Amy Brink, director of community services, provided results of the survey at a Jan. 25 City Council meeting.
Brink said the city convened a Community Services Coalition about a year ago to create the survey questions. The panel was headed by volunteers Joice Corridori, Sue Lepisto, Russ Sharp...

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