2001-02-08

Incumbent councilman is big on slow growth, open space, the environment and public safety

Acorn Staff Writer

Calabasas City Councilman James Bozajian, one of two incumbents in this year’s council race, is concerned with several community issues, including open space use, public safety and public transportation. "I’m a slow-growth candidate. I want to preserve open space and not see over-development. We’re pretty much built out," said Bozajian, who wants to annex adjacent property to prevent build-up around […]

Valentine shoppers embrace The Oaks mall



The Oaks Mall is a favorite destination of shoppers seeking that "something special, something perfect" to delight their Valentines on Wed., Feb. 14. In addition to the wide selection of stores and fantastic array of ideas they present, The Oaks will put a special spark in your love life with such promotions as the Gifts-with-Purchase offer, where customers presenting $250 […]

National Donor Day set for Saturday



In a nationwide effort to save lives, National Donor Day will be observed on Sat., Feb. 10, for the fourth consecutive year by Saturn Corporation, its United Auto Worker partners and leading nonprofit health organizations. This year, Saturn of Thousand Oaks will again observe National Donor Day with personnel from United Blood Services available from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. […]

CHS to celebrate 25th annniversary



The Associated Student Body of Calabasas High School will celebrate the school’s 25th anniversary by inviting all 1,700 students and staff to a school-wide birthday party tomorrow, Fri., Feb. 9. The celebration will be staged on the football field during a special 4B period that will extend into lunch. Flaunting a carnival theme, the celebration will include 20 carnival games, […]

‘Romeo’ coming to T.O.



‘Romeo’ coming to T.O. The Kingsmen Shakespeare Company (KSC) will bring back its acclaimed KSC Festival’s summer 2000 production of "Romeo and Juliet" for several performances in the Scherr Forum Theatre at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Weekend performances are 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 9-10, 16-17; 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 11 and 18. The KSC production captures the spectacle, […]

A Popular Greystone Built 4-Bedroom Home in Dos Vientos



A Popular Greystone Built 4-Bedroom Home in Dos Vientos Harvest Moon’s Plan 2 model is now available on a one-year resale. The popular Greystone built 4 bedroom, 2.75 bath Dos Vientos Ranch model carries the full upgrade package. The interior is professionally decorated with huge upgrades and plants. The unique landscape and hardscape package is the envy of the neighborhood. […]

Peterson named vice chair of MWD



Glen Peterson of Agoura Hills has been appointed as one of two vice chairmen of the board of directors of Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD). Peterson, who represents Las Virgenes Municipal Water District (LVMWD) on the Metropolitan board, joins William J. Luddy of Los Angeles as vice chairman. Peterson is a past president of the LVMWD Board of […]

New trustees join Future Foundation



Six new trustees have been selected to serve on the board of Conejo/Las Virgenes Future Foundation (CLVFF), a nonprofit, apolitical "think tank" created to study issues and social concerns specific to the Conejo Valley -Las Virgenes area. New trustees are: Candis Hong, finance director of the city of Thousand Oaks; Gary Weiss of Oak Park, a CPA; Monsignor Peter O’Reilly, […]

Silverado Senior Living Center offers free programs



Silverado Senior Living Center will host a free support group for family members of those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or other memory loss conditions. The support groups will meet at 6:30 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month; the next meeting is Feb. 13. The center will also host a free seminar on hospice care at 6:30 p.m. on Tues., […]

Viewpoint student wins martial arts award



Senior Ken Roy, 18, of Viewpoint School in Calabasas recently received a first-place award in film and video production along with a $3,000 check in the final phase of the Arts Recognition and Talent Search Program held in Miami, Fla., last month. Roy, of Woodland Hills, was invited by the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts to join 124 […]


Category Pages are limited to 90 days. Please use the archive page or the search box to find older articles.