Letters

Return Lawrence to school board

We moved to the Las Virgenes School District at the same time Dallas Lawrence moved his family to this community for the exact same reason. We wanted our three children to have the best education possible in a public school district. We were so happy when Dallas ran for school board because he shared the same passion about the education […]

Return Stein to school board

Our children were fortunate enough to attend Las Virgenes schools. They graduated well-prepared for college, grad school and responsible positions in society. It is important that we maintain this quality of education and keep it state-of-the-art. To accomplish this, our school board needs people with knowledge and experience. Lesli Stein approaches every issue with unending passion and energy. She has […]

Corwin for WLV

In order to have a workable city council, we need people like Ted Corwin who is intelligent enough to understand the issues brought before the council, yet not so adamant that he cannot find room for compromise. I have known Ted for more than 25 years and, in my opinion, he has the right qualities to make a great council […]

Supporting The Acorn online

I, for one, will gladly pay to receive all the stories online from The Acorn. You are the go-to source for what is happening or going to happen in the Conejo Valley. Your reporters and photographers are at most community events and happenings, and your support of our local nonprofits is critical to their success. Thanks for your thorough, nonpartial […]

Traffic woes

I totally agree with Jeff Cohen in reference to his letter to the editor regarding traffic in Agoura Hills and asking the City Council, “If you cannot adequately control traffic congestion in this area at this time, how will you deal with additional traffic caused by added development?” Pending before the council right now are several new developments on the […]

Boundary lines

Last Wednesday night, the Agoura Hills City Council approved filing an application for annexation and the adoption of a sphere of influence for two of the unincorporated areas that are physically part of the geography and service areas of Liberty Canyon and Agoura Hills. The L.A. County Local Agency County Formation Commission (LAFCO) makes the determination of city boundary lines […]

Calabasas race

Mary Sue Maurer and James Bozajian have served Calabasas well and should be reelected to the City Council. Mary Sue Maurer has an extremely strong background as an environmental leader. Her professional life reflects years of environmental advocacy, culminating with her current job as a director for the California Conservation Corps. Mary Sue has served as mayor three times. She […]

Stuck in traffic

I was ticketed Thurs., Sept. 20 at 3:55 p.m. for grid-locking an intersection in Agoura Hills. Driving eastbound on Agoura Road I attempted to make a left-hand turn northbound onto Kanan Road. I entered the intersection on a green arrow and the arrow stayed green for about 10 seconds before turning red. I was stuck in the intersection with two […]

Shapiro in Calabasas

David Shapiro has lived, raised his family and has his law offices in Calabasas for close to 25 years. He has been actively involved as a volunteer in the city for many years before entering public life. David has coached his children in sports and served as a board member of the Calabasas Park Homeowners Association, Agoura Hills Calabasas Community […]

Halpern in WLV

As a resident of Westlake Village, I cannot say enough to support the reelection of Brad Halpern to City Council. All of us have experienced Brad’s amazing ideas that have come to fruition: Fourth of July Fireworks Show, the city trolley, city funding laptops for all students at White Oak Elementary School that strengthen our school’s edge, the annual WLV […]


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