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 […]

More of Maurer

Mary Sue Maurer raised her three sons in Calabasas. Elected to the Calabasas City Council in 2005, she has served as mayor three times, more than any other woman. She has promoted women’s leadership throughout the city and was recognized by the nonpartisan National Women’s Caucus San Fernando Valley Chapter for her contributions to local government. She has always put […]

McSweeney and Halpern in WLV

When Westlake Village was developed as a planned community, the goal was that it would be “a city in the country.” In the last 37 years, our City Council has fought to maintain that original concept. The current city elections places that standard in jeopardy. Some on the council claim that time has passed us by, that we should abandon […]

Likes Ray Pearl

It is an honor and pleasure to write this letter of support for Ray Pearl’s candidacy to the Westlake Village City Council. I have known Ray for years, first as a fellow parent at White Oak Elementary and then as a mentor and colleague who worked ardently to offer guidance and expertise to the Parent Faculty Club as parliamentarian when […]

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 […]

Favorites in Agoura Hills

On Nov. 6 we will be voting for three council seats. While at times it may not seem so, I can assure you that each of our votes counts. Having had the honor to serve 12 years as a member of the City Council and as mayor, I can assure you that who is elected to the council that will […]

Simi Valley’s Abele for park board

Ed Abele was appointed by the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District board of directors to fill the vacancy left by a member being elected to the Simi Valley City Council. There were several applicants for the vacancy. Ed took the time to attend board meetings in advance of the interviews and was prepared in terms of budget and other […]

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