2000-07-13

City councilman in Westlake promotes a nightclub for teens

Acorn Staff Writer

Thanks to Westlake Village City Councilman Chris Mann, youth in this area may get an under 21 nightclub as early as September. Area 51 is the concept name for Mann’s under 21 nightclub, and so far he’s the only principal person working on it. "My idea was to create an environment that will be fun, enjoyable, a cool place to […]

State allows more solo drivers in carpool lanes

Acorn Automotive Editor

Each week when I swap my test car of the week I often take one of my kids with me, if they are off school. The reason, two in a car can drive carpool lanes! These high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes are a boon to Southern California drivers and they do save lots of time. A few months ago I […]

Classes for kids should improve vocabularies



Los Angeles Pierce College Extension is offering a class for students ages 10-13 designed to help them build their vocabularies through use of a thesaurus. The goal is to help students improve both their speaking and writing skills. Class is offered 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursdays through Aug. 17. The registration fee is $43. The college is at 6201 […]

Pizazz 2000 coming to United Methodist



Students entering grades 1-8 in the fall are eligible to apply for Pizazz 2000, a summer musical arts program that stresses the joy of music through a variety of musical experiences in a nonreligious arts curriculum sponsored by the music program of United Methodist Church of Westlake Village. The program is offered Aug. 14 through 18 from 9 a.m. to […]

School district is making a mistake After partaking in over four years of issues dealing with the Hellman property including providing my own real estate, engineering, and construction background as assistance in attempting to work with the various par



School district is making a mistake After partaking in over four years of issues dealing with the Hellman property including providing my own real estate, engineering, and construction background as assistance in attempting to work with the various parties involved with the property, I am finally speaking out over a number of points of fact, as follows: The Las Virgenes […]

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HELP Lines



Information and Referral. Interface Help-Line (800) 339-9597 (hearing impaired callers should use) (800) 278-4388 Poisoning Poisoning Control Center (800) 876-4766 Poison Control Centers (800) 777-6476 or (213) 222-3212 Child Abuse Child Abuse Reporting (805) 654-3200 Child Abuse and Neglect (805) 485-6114 Court Appointed Special advocates (805) 654-3597 ELDER ABUSE Adult Protective Services (805) 654-3200 Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program (805) 656-1986 […]

Get a head start on soccer at Zoran’s



Zoran’s Soccer Camp offers a balanced blend of skills, conditioning and tactic training culminating in game conditions to exhibit and reinforce what campers have learned. Now in its eighth year, this youth camp program is sponsored by the city of Calabasas and is offered in two sessions this summer: Aug. 14-18 and Aug. 21-25, in either half-day (9 a.m. to […]

Chamber mixer next Wednesday



The Thousand Oaks-Westlake Village Regional Chamber of Commerce "Chamber After Five" mixer will be from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Wed., July 19. The event will be hosted by Young Realtors and Cisco’s Mexican Restaurant in Suite 100 at 971 Westlake Blvd. in the Westlake Village portion of Thousand Oaks. A donation of $2 for members and $5 for nonmembers […]

MAC okays funding for another crossing guard



Officials at Red Oak Elementary School in Oak Park have tried everything they can think of to slow the traffic in front of their school. Bright orange construction cones to mark the school crosswalk often went ignored. Officials even published the license plate numbers of speedy drivers in the school newsletter and told anyone who got caught breaking traffic laws […]


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