2001-03-22

There Goes the Neighborhood!

Where Have All

There Goes the Neighborhood! the Flowers Gone? Last year, I wrote so often about the demise of our natural surroundings that I had to be reminded that mine is a humor column. Fair and fair. It probably saved me from going off the deep end. But I’ve been holding in the following column like bad gas for so long that […]

Westlake land swap proposal requires 2/3 majority

Acorn Staff Writer

When Westlake Village previously wanted to build a sports field on Lot 79, many homeowners opposed it on grounds (among other reasons) that it would create more traffic on Lindero Canyon Road. Since then, Oaks Christian High School volunteered its campus on La Tienda Drive as an alternate location for ballfields. Now the YMCA wants to build on Lot 80, […]

Personnel changes at Trompeter



Trompeter Electronics in Westlake Village recently announced that Mark Borton has been appointed as the company’s new product manager for video broadcast products. In this role he will be responsible for marketing strategies and new product development. Borton has been employed with Trompeter for 15 years. He earned his BS in business management from the University of Phoenix. The company […]

Open house set for tomorrow



State Assemblywoman Fran Pavley (D-Woodland Hills) will host an open house at her new district office from 5 to 8 p.m. tomorrow, Fri., March 23. All members of the public are invited to attend. The office is at 6355 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Ste. 205, Woodland Hills. For more information, please call (818) 596-4141.

Westlake softball team a mix of youth, veteran talent

Acorn Sports Writer

The Westlake softball team improved to 4-1 with a 1-0 extra-inning win over Newbury Park last Thursday in a game played at Westlake. Michelle Rehm, a freshman, threw eight shutout innings to win the game in the Marmonte League opener for both teams. The Warriors are coached by Garry Fetman and assisted by Russ Kramer. It’s Fetman’s first year at […]

Words of Hope



Words of Hope By Dr. Jon Wilson I have come to believe that failure to communicate is one of the biggest problems of our time. The famous psychologist, Carl Rogers, writes in his book, "Communication: Its Blocks and Its Facilitation:" "The whole task of psychotherapy is the task of dealing with failure in communication." God designed us to connect with […]


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