2001-02-22

Water standby charge continues despite public outcry and campaign rhetoric

Acorn Staff Writer

Las Virgenes Municipal Water District (LVMWD) directors voted last week to continue a seven-year-old standby charge, a controversial tax used to maintain aging pumps and pipes in the 120 square-mile water district. The 4-2 vote came despite growing sentiment among landowners and LVMWD boardmem-bers that the tax, which generates $680,000 a year, might be unfair and unnecessary. Property owners with […]

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01 0150325 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: 1) CAMILLE DESIGNS 2.) CAMILLE HANDBAAGS 24955 Alicante Dr, Calabasas, CA 91302. Deborah Snyder 24955 Alicante Dr, Calabasas, CA 91302. This business is conducted by a individual. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious name or names listed January 12, 2001. This statement was filed […]

Local charity helps quake victims



The Miracle Run Foundation, a nonprofit charitable foundation based in Agoura Hills, is donating ionic filtration water bottles to aid relief efforts in the wake of the devastating earthquake that struck western India on Jan. 26. The bottles are used by international relief agencies where the water supply is deemed unreliable or dangerous. Each bottle filters up to 200 gallons […]

Woodland Hills Chamber to host breakfast



The Woodland Hills Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly networking breakfast from 7:15-8:45 a.m. on Wed., March 7 at the Woodland Hills Country Club, 21150 Dumetz Road. The breakfasts provide Chamber members and guests with the opportunity to enhance their business contacts. Attendees share "testimonials" about doing business with Chamber members, speak to tablemates about their business and distribute […]

Agoura High Dance Team shows their winning style



PRETTY AND POISED –Members of the Agoura High School Competition Dance Team perform during the recent 25th annual Miss Dance and Drill Team California Pageant. Only the top eight performances were awarded and the Agoura girls demonstrated command of their routines and their talent to bring home another trophy. The competition included 15 Southland high schools. Both the Agoura High […]

Kevin Smith enters Oak Park Hall of Fame

Acorn Staff Writer

Track and cross-country coach Kevin Smith was a runaway choice for induction into this year’s Oak Park High School Sports Hall of Fame and with good reason. Since joining the Oak Pak staff in 1985, Smith has led the Eagles to 10 Tri-Valley League track and field championships and a combined eight league titles in boys’ and girls’ cross-country. Under […]

Spring Concert set for Agoura Hills



The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services has announced that a spring concert sponsored by the Agoura Hills/Las Virgenes/Westlake Village Community Concert Band will be presented at 3 p.m. on Sun., March 4 in the "A" building at Agoura High School. Matt McKagan is the band director. The concert’s theme is "Music From All Around the World." For […]

Stacy Richardson



Stacy Richardson of Dilbeck Realtors GMAC’s Westlake Village, has been applauded by branch manager Millie Gordon for her recent monthly performance. She is the office’s top listing agent for the month of January with a total exceeding $2 million. You may reach Stacy Richardson, one of Dilbeck’s top producers for the last nine years, at Dilbeck’s Westlake Village office; (818) […]

Community reaches out to girl stricken with leukemia

Acorn Staff Writer

Three Lupin Hill Elementary School fifth-graders raised $1,700 for their schoolmate, leukemia patient Emily Buelow and her family, by hosting yard sales over the past two weekends. The 10-year-old girls—Samantha Maggio, Sarah Kimball and Ashley Yenche—raised the money with the help of Samantha’s mother, Laura Maggio, and the cooperation of the entire elementary school. "The yard sales were the girls’ […]

CITY OF CALABASAS



CITY OF CALABASAS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Calabasas City Council public hearing scheduled for Wednesday, February 7, 2001 at 7:30 p.m. regarding the following matter has been continued to a date uncertain: APPEAL OF PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION NO. 00-183, DENYING CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 99-06, SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 99-03, AND OAK […]


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