I moved to Agoura in 1979 and fell in love with the small-town atmosphere. I became active in my homeowners’ association, and after a few years Agoura became a city. Along with a group of neighbors and friends I became active with the city.
Twenty-three years later, I’m mad as hell. Why? Measure H.
Recent election filing reports show that three businesses, Agoura Equipment Rental, California Do-It Center, and Roadside Lumber & Hardware Inc. have contributed nearly $9...
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