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GUEST OPInion /// Clean Power Alliance

Every household in Agoura Hills has an exciting new opportunity to make a tangible difference in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving air and water quality, all while saving money. Residents have begun to receive mailers announcing the move to a new energy provider called Clean Power Alliance. Starting in February, our city, along with 30 other communities across Los […]

Public left in the dark about sinister shooter

Talk of a madman with a gun roaming near Malibu Creek State Park started just hours following the June 2018 shooting death of camper Tristan Beaudette. Most people dismissed the notion of a rogue killer on the loose as panicked paranoia, a story out of a bad Hollywood horror flick. But little by little—as more locals came forward with disturbing […]


Don’t sacrifice human safety for animal safety

Two of the top stories of 2018 seemed to have little to do with each other on the surface, but upon closer inspection they stand remarkably intertwined: talking about mountain lion preservation and wildfires. Efforts to carve out a safe sanctuary for the Santa Monica Mountain cougars—especially those in the Liberty Canyon region that attempt to cross the 101 Freeway […]


New Year’s resolution calls for return to the wild

Christmas on a Tuesday gave hikers a perfect mid-week break and a chance to enjoy the beautiful Conejo/Las Virgenes outdoors before heading back to work. While many local trails officially remain closed due to the Woolsey fire—there are signs that say so—ardent hikers who refuse to be denied have returned to the local mountains seeking fresh air and exercise. It’s […]


End of the year brings a silver lining

The year 2018 took us on a roller coaster ride like never before: We saw the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. Who would ever have imagined that—as October turned to November—the most boring thing that happened in the community was a small plane landing in the middle of the 101 Freeway. Remember that day? Thought so. The […]


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