2001-02-22

Council challenger has sued Calabasas but wants a kinder, gentler community

Acorn Staff Writer

Although Calabasas City Council candidate Leslie Abraham-Wolf is suing the city of Calabasas for more than $200,000, she said she felt her lawsuit isn’t a conflict of interest and won’t present a problem if she’s elected. She said she doesn’t have a grudge against the city, although one of her reasons for seeking office is to see that citizens get […]

Fountain coming for Agoura Road in Westlake



A fountain planned for Westlake Village is either a great idea or it’s all wet, depending on the your point of view. For many years, the Westlake Village City Council has wanted a fountain on Agoura Road. The project is finally just around the corner. The fountain will not only make wonderful eye candy, supporters say, but also contribute to […]

Women entrepreneurs meet in Agoura Hills

Acorn Staff Writer


The local chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) hosted its fourth annual Silent Auction and Membership Dinner last Thursday at the Renaissance Hotel in Agoura. This chapter of the NAWBO has been operating for the past four years, supporting the growth of women business owners from east San Fernando Valley to Ventura County. Proceeds were to […]

Eating disorders topic of CSUN events



Cal State Northridge (CSUN) officials are offering a weeklong series of free events beginning Mon., Feb. 26 designed to bolster a person’s self-image while at the same time raising awareness about eating disorders. "Eating Disorder Awareness Week has been taking place on college campuses nationwide for over a decade as a means of providing awareness and treatment options," said Ellen […]

Congratulations to Agoura/Westlake



GU10 Allstar team "Hurricanes"! They were undefeated and took first place in Victorville.

Michael Harris to present concert



Christian Church of the Hills will present Michael Harris in concert at 9 and 10:45 a.m. on Sun., Feb. 25. Harris, who came to serve the Lord after emerging from an addictive background with devastating consequences, will share his testimony and musical talents. According to church officials, "This is a wonderful service to invite your friends and family to. You […]

She likes Brower



I endorse Karmen Brower for city council, just as the Greater Mulwood Homeowners Association Board does. She listens to the community, and is more than a "one issue" candidate. Karmen Brower’s extensive business experience, training in land planning, willingness to work for a transit system to reduce and manage our traffic, opposition to the Ahmanson project, and her longtime devotion […]

Wanda Basil



Wanda Basil of White House Properties in Westlake Village was recently congratulated by Marty Williams, owner/broker, for her outstanding production for January. She had seven sales and took six new listings for a total production of $4.5 million. Basil was also named to the Ambassador’s Club for her year 2000 production. This honor represents agents and brokers in the top […]

Legals



01 0150322 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: 1) ALCO COATING CO. 6082 Crape Myrtle Ct, Woodland Hills, CA 91367. Alan Fish 6082 Crape Myrtle Ct, Woodland Hills, CA 91367. This business is conducted by a individual. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious name or names has not yet begun. This statement […]

Oak Park vehicle ordinance hearing set



A public hearing on proposed approval of the Oak Park Oversized Vehicle Ordinance is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. next Tues., Feb. 27 in Oak Park High School’s presentation room, Room G9, 899 N. Kanan Road in Oak Park (the new school building). This proposed ordinance was drafted by David Chatfield, chairman of the Oak Park Municipal Advisory Council (MAC), in […]


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