The year in Calabasas began with a bombshell proposal to build a lavish $8-million aquatics complex at Juan Bautista De Anza Park. The concept quickly fell apart as residents on the west side of town feared their neighborhood park would become too commercialized.
Early in the year, the city began its crackdown on property owners whose lots have septic tanks. A new ordinance, which required the owners to obtain an operating permit and have their systems inspected for leaks, cracks and illegal pa...
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