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 […]

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’ […]

In courageous fight Girl, 7, inspires local residents

Acorn Staff Writer

In courageous fight Girl, 7, inspires local residents Emily Buelow, a Calabasas 7-year-old who’s valiantly fighting leukemia at Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, has touched the hearts of schoolmates, neighbors, friends and even total strangers who are reaching out to show support for Emily and her family. "It just goes to show you what could be accomplished with a common […]

Apartments, condos may replace office space

Acorn Staff Writer

Development plans in the city of Agoura Hills are changing again due to several factors. It now appears a 40-acre site on Canwood Street where Denny’s Restaurant is located will have apartments and condominiums and fewer office buildings, according to officials. Representatives of Los Angeles-based J.H. Snyder, the holder of development rights to the location, met recently with the city […]

Court rules teachers have final say on report cards

Acorn Staff Writer

Parents and educators continue to weigh in on last month’s court ruling that says school teachers, not principals, have the final say on student grades. The 2nd District Court of Appeals upheld a Superior Court ruling that said unless there’s been a mistake or fraud, the letter grade and citizenship grade that a teacher gives to a student cannot be […]

Award winner Oak Park teacher wins coveted Presidential Award -Page 16



Award winner Oak Park teacher wins coveted Presidential Award -Page 16

Entrepreneurs Organization of women business owners meets in Agoura Hills -Page 18



Entrepreneurs Organization of women business owners meets in Agoura Hills -Page 18

Postseason Warrior soccer girls advance in playoffs -Page 35



Postseason Warrior soccer girls advance in playoffs -Page 35

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 […]

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 […]