Letters

And, don’t forget to vote on Nov. 6

During these very politically charged times, I wanted to take a minute and beg my neighbors to please vote. No matter which side of the aisle or side you may be on, it is our civic duty and obligation to get out and vote. We are blessed to be living in this free society where our vote really does matter. […]

Put Shapiro back in office

We are voting for David Shapiro. Calabasas is very fortunate to have David Shapiro running again for election, hoping to continue his service to our community for a second term. During his six years on our City Council, we have always found David to be a caring, approachable and admirable civic leader who is mindful to listen to all residents’ […]

Vote Bozajian for council

James Bozajian has truly been an exceptional leader who is highly respected by the community for his attention to what is important to Calabasas residents. Since becoming a City Council member back in 1997, James has been mayor of Calabasas a record five times. He has traditionally listened to his constituents to help guide him in his choices of how […]

Choose Weber in Agoura Hills

I am writing this letter to publicly praise my husband, Denis Weber, who is running for reelection in Agoura Hills. In his years on the council, Denis has always made a point to listen to all sides in every matter presented. Many times he is the “lone vote” for or against an issue, but even if the vote didn’t go […]

Anstead brings fresh approach

We attended a recent Chris Anstead event and came away mightily impressed with this candidate for the Agoura Hills City Council. No vagueness, no dissembling, no opaque slickness, none of the usual blah, blah, blah. Chris was insightful and incisive about his perception of Agoura Hills in 2018 and plans for the city going forward. His plans include: No to […]

Anstead plus Lopez for council

I think I speak for many of the residents when I thank Denis Weber and Harry Schwarz for their many years of service and commitment to the City of Agoura Hills. Under their watch during the past 20-plus years, our little city has grown in many ways. However, it is time for a change. We have an opportunity with the […]

Vote Lopez

Have you noticed the bridge Westlake built at Lindero Canyon? It has scenes of the lake and city’s name on it. Look at the new Calabasas bridge with soaring birds and the city’s name on it. Now view the bridge our City Council built at Reyes Adobe: ugly, out-of-date lighting, not even the city’s name on it. Have you driven […]

Lopez, Stein

I am writing to strongly support Lesli Stein for reelection to the LVUSD school board and Debbie Klein Lopez for Agoura Hills City Council. Just recently, I answered a knock on our door to find yet another Realtor hoping my husband and I would be willing to sell our home. There are always young families enthusiastically looking to move into […]

Halpern a leader in Westlake

I support Brad Halpern for Westlake Village City Council reelection. Mr. Halpern has always looked out for his neighbors. As a current board member of First Neighborhood, I can tell you he attends every monthly board meeting of each of the cities HOAs to share his ideas, to see how the city can assist and to listen to any suggestions […]

Likes Schwarz

Most people in our city, like me, want environmental sensitivity, but they also want appropriate development so we expand our tax base and keep our home values on the rise. I have known Harry Schwarz for many years now. He is a man of integrity, conscience and a balanced view. He has lived in our city for over 30 years. […]


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