County favors smaller version of Heschel West

Yaroslavsky proposes temporary cap of 390 students

Heschel West, a private Jewish day school proposed for an area adjacent to Old Agoura, will probably be allowed to open its planned new campus, but with a temporary cap on enrollment.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors heard appeals Jan. 23 from the city of Agoura Hills, the Old Agoura Homeowners Association and the environmental group Save Open Space questioning the Department of Regional Planning's earlier decision in favor of the school.
Even Heschel West appealed a p...

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