Calabasas City Council fills two posts on planning commission

Acorn Staff Writer

The Calabasas City Council appointed Toby Keeler and re-appointed Scott Solomon to the city’s planning commission at its meeting last week. Both will serve two-year terms, unless the new council reorganizes the planning commission after the March 6 election. Keeler’s been active in land use and community issues since Calabasas became a city in 1991. That year, he chaired the […]

Fountainwood cleans up CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn

Fountainwood cleans up CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn AN ANNUAL PROJECT–Fountainwood Homeowners’ Association hosts an annual cleanup day in its Agoura Hills neighborhood. Members of the homeowners’ group on Saturday carried, pushed, pulled or hauled all sorts of discards from homes, garages and storage sheds to two huge dumpsters furnished by G.I. Rubbish in front of Sumac Park. Jerry Wolf, director of […]

Lease signed at Grande Vista Business Park

Medtronics, a maker of 3D and holographic images for a variety of products, has leased a 7,042 sq. ft. facility at the $14 million Grande Vista Business Park in Thousand Oaks, it was announced recently by Westcord Commercial Real Estate Services. Medtronics will use the facility for sales and distribution activities. Tony Principe and Jim Darin of Westcord represented Burke […]

Cupid’s arrow targets healthy hearts

Candy and flowers are Valentine’s Day staples, but would-be lovers also can opt to tell that special someone that "you’re the love of my life" by making a donation to the American Heart Association. To have an American Heart Association (AHA) card sent to a loved one, call (800) 242-8721 and make a donation supporting research and educational programs. The […]


THURS., JAN. 25 Cross The Creek? Children’s Nature Institute: Tots 0 to 8 years in 2-hour stroll at 10 a.m. in Malibu Creek State Park. $10 per family. RSVP (310) 364-3591 Kids’ Fun in Calabasas Calabasas Library, 26135 Mureau Rd., Ste. 100: At 10:30 a.m. kids 2-5 can enjoy concert by Andy Glockenspiel; at 4 p.m. kids in second grade […]

Cheer squads visit AHS

COMPETING––More than 80 cheerleading and spirit teams from Southern California participated in Saturday’s United Spirit Association’s (USA) Regional Qualifier held at Agoura High School. Winners compete in the USA Nationals at the Anaheim Convention Center in March. Agoura High School’s Crowdleader Team performance, above, took first place in the category, as well as first in Co-Ed Cheer, and 1,2,3, in […]

George W. drove to his inauguration in a new – limo!

George W. drove to his inauguration in a new – limo! By Michael Binstock Acorn Automotive Editor Did you watch the inauguration of President Bush last Saturday? It was all over the TV, but repeats of Rugrats got better ratings. Perhaps, it proves that when it comes to Pomp and Circumstance we should leave it to the British! Anyway, when […]

Susan Stone

Susan Stone Susan Stone has been congratulated by White House Properties president Marty Williams for her outstanding sales production for the year 2000. Stone is a member of the Ambassadors’ Club, the top 5 percent of White House agents company-wide: Encino, Woodland Hills and Westlake Village. She has a broker’s license, a professional designation in marketing and merchandising from UCLA […]

School rallies behind Great Race of Agoura

GREAT RACE PROMOTION––A multigenerational Willow Elementary School picnic to raise awareness of the 16th annual Great Race of Agoura attracts a crowd at the school campus in Agoura Hills. Parents, grandparents and students brought a picnic lunch to enjoy during the noon hour and talk about preparations for the Great Race of Agoura which will be held on Sat., Feb. […]

Radio programs to honor Black History

KCLU is a community service of California Lutheran University broadcasting on 88.3 FM in Ventura County. Throughout February, KCLU will air three programs to celebrate Black History Month. They will air on Fridays in lieu of "Fresh Air." "The Gateways African American Music Festival," airing from 7 to 8 p.m. on Fri., Feb. 2 and 9, features a half-dozen major […]