2000-06-29

Datebook THURS., JUNE 29 Expo Trade Show Thousand Oaks / Westlake Village Regional Chamber of Commerce: Expo trade show 5 to 8 p.m. in garden patio at Hyatt Westlake Plaza. (805) 370-0035 A Beachfront Party California State Parks: Tour gard



Datebook THURS., JUNE 29 Expo Trade Show Thousand Oaks / Westlake Village Regional Chamber of Commerce: Expo trade show 5 to 8 p.m. in garden patio at Hyatt Westlake Plaza. (805) 370-0035 A Beachfront Party California State Parks: Tour gardens and 1929 beachfront home at Malibu Lagoon State Beach. RSVP (818) 880-0363 FRI., JUNE 30 Humaliwo! Californai State Parks: Learn […]

YMCA back to ‘Square 1’ in Westlake

Acorn Staff Writer

It’s back to the drawing board for the YMCA in the city of Westlake Village. Plans were already underway for the Triunfo YMCA in Westlake Village to construct a $5.5 million 30,957 square-foot facility. The YMCA had spent more than $30,420 for an environmental impact report (EIR) that examined two parcels of land that were originally part of a proposed […]

Get a free tree guide



"What Tree is That?" (a pocket guide for identifying trees) is available free from the National Arbor Day Foundation. The 84-page guide will help you identify 157 different trees found in the western U.S. Well-known trees are included: oaks, maples, firs, and pines. Dozens of drawings illustrate the trees’ leaves or needles and their acorns, berries, seed pods, cones, etc. […]

Westlake Village surfer wins Malibu woman’s open



Kassia Meador of Westlake Village is the consummate longboard surfer: graceful and smooth, yet strong and determined. Meador, an 18-year-old Agoura High School graduate who rides the waves endlessly in her love for the sport, won last weekend’s Margaritaville Longboard Open at Malibu’s Surfrider Beach. Meador is working hard to climb surfing’s ladder of success, which is not an easy […]

Acorn editorial



is hypocritical Palo Comado should be saved. The Acorn’s editorial on supporting building in Palo Comado was shortsighted and hypocritical. The property in question is environmentally sensitive in too many ways to list. Development of this parcel is wrong and unnecessary. The owner alone will profit from the council’s decision to support development, not the residents of Agoura Hills or […]

House could face trial in July; attorney claims civil rights violated

Acorn Staff Writer

Alleged animal abuser Daniel Bruce House will be back in court on July 17, according to L.A. County Dep. District Attorney Martin L. Herskovitz. House appeared in Los Angeles Superior Court in Malibu last week when Judge James A. Albracht denied his attorney’s motion to dismiss the case on grounds that the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department report had been posted […]

Westlake Junior Women’s Club sponsors July Fourth Parade



Westlake Village Junior Women’s Club is sponsoring the 31st annual community Fourth of July Parade beginning 9:45 a.m. on Tuesday, July 4. Participants are asked to gather in the parking lot of the Westlake Village Urgent Care facility on Lakeview Canyon Road. Children are invited to decorate bicycles, strollers, wagons, etc., and travel along Agoura Road to Bennett Park in […]

Agoura Pony Baseball crowns champions



Protect the Agoura Hills lifestyle;



oppose all new developments I frequently read in these same pages about Agoura Hills officials "struggling" and "compromising" about new developments, and I have asked myself, "Why the compromise? Are there any Agoura Hills residents who want more development?" I was delighted to read the Kelly Prior and Joseph Windsor letters of June 15 and Mike Lakawsky’s follow up of […]

The real Gidget makes a visit to Malibu




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