Shots taken at hockey league

Tri-Valley founder comes underfire

The City of Calabasas said it plans to approve a new contract with Tri-Valley Roller Hockey League next month, but some members of the community say they aren’t happy with the league that plays at De Anza Park and have begun efforts to bring a new hockey program to the city.
Tri-Valley’s contract with Calabasas dates back to 1996.
Ned Collins and his two brothers founded the league and helped design the De Anza rink.
Tri-Valley pays $17,000 a year to lease the site.
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