2001-05-10

LVUSD teachers are outstanding



LVUSD teachers are outstanding The Miracle Run Foundation had a successful booth at SpringFest Sun., April 29. As the president I would like to give a special and overdue thanks to the Las Virgenes Unified School District (LVUSD) who participated in this event. "Mary" was at that booth and I thanked her for the tremendous job she had done with […]

Opponents in a pickle over parking problems

Acorn Staff Writer

Opponents in a pickle over parking problems A proposed restaurant and entertainment corridor along Agoura Road in Agoura Hills has yet to make headway and already complaints are being heard about inadequate parking. Padri, a popular restaurant and night spot at 29003 Agoura Road, is sending spillover parking into the adjacent Agoura Village Center parking lot, causing alleged property damage […]

Artisans show their wares in Calabasas

Acorn Staff Writer

Even scorching sunlight and 90 degree temperatures didn’t scare away the more than 5,000 people who enjoyed the arts and crafts fair sponsored by the Calabasas Arts Council in Calabasas last weekend. The festival, located near the Commons on the Kilroy building parking lot, off Calabasas Road, was one of the city’s 10th anniversary celebratory events. "I’m more than pleased […]

Local officials support ‘Mental Health Month’



In recognition of May as "Mental Health Month," Stirling Behavioral Health Institute of Westlake Village has dedicated a free telephone line to answer the questions of all consumers of mental health services and other interested people. This is the second year Stirling is participating in this public service. "It is important to help the public understand how to handle mental […]

Residents make Dean’s List at Columbia



Residents make Dean’s List at Columbia Columbia University in New York City has announced the fall 2000 honorees for Dean’s List at its undergraduate school, Columbia College. This academic honor is reserved to those who have a 3.33 index or higher. Local residents earning this distinction are: Noah Strote of Calabasas and Jennifer Ghaussy of Thousand Oaks.

Learn to cope with life’s pitfalls



Rabbi Moshe D. Bryski, executive director of Chabad of the Conejo and the Conejo Jewish Academy, will present a lecture titled "Faith and Suffering: Coping with Life’s Pitfalls" on Mon., May 14 at the academy, 30345 Canwood St., Agoura Hills. His lecture will focus on the Jewish perspective on some of life’s most difficult questions. The lecture is free and […]

Likes Kuperberg



Likes Kuperberg I would like to applaud City Councilman Dan Kuperberg for his initiative to seek public opinion about the proposed Home Depot. It’s refreshing to see a member of the city council actually remembering that he is there to serve the citizens of Agoura Hills, and seeks to hear opinions on this issue. I don’t see the harm in […]

Two water agencies hope to tap into a compromise

Acorn Staff Writer

Two water agencies hope to tap into a compromise Las Virgenes Municipal Water District and its partner in Ventura County, Triunfo Sanitation District, began groundwork recently that could patch up a long-standing rift involving spending disputes between the two water agencies. Judge Steven Stone ordered LVMWD and TSD to conduct monthly joint venture meetings and use mediation, not courtrooms, to […]

Future Foundation to host local officials



A forum featuring mayors, appointed leaders of municipal advisory councils and city managers will be conducted by Conejo/Las Virgenes Future Foundation at 7:30 a.m. on Thurs., May 17 at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center, 27040 Malibu Hills Road. The event is open to the public. Participating representatives include Mayor Ed Corridori and city manager Dave Adams of Agoura Hills; city […]

CSUN to host hydrotherapy fundraiser



Cal State University Northridge (CSUN) kinesiology students invitethe public to join them in a "Mother’s Day Run, Walk and Wheel" to raise money for the university’s new adaptive aquatic therapy center. The Abbott and Linda Brown Western Center for Adaptive Aquatic Therapy is part of CSUN’s Center of Achievement for the Physically Disabled, which is recognized internationally for its success […]


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