When Cim Castellon discovered the city of Agoura Hills had a hidden archive of historical treasures and ephemera waiting to see the light of day, she knew she had a job to do.
Castellon was already a valued member of the city’s Cultural Arts Council, and had made substantial changes in the way the Reyes Adobe Historical Site showcased the history of the 1850s rancho and barn, but she wanted to do more.
“Anything historical is fascinating to me,” Castellon said. “When the city reach...
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