End of an era Local businessmen decide to change their tune -Page 12
About 350 children under 5 years old drown in pools each year nationwide, and over half of these incidents occur in June, July and August. Among unintentional injuries, drowning is the second leading cause of death to this age group after motor vehicle incidents. Another 2,600 children are treated in hospital emergency rooms each year for near-drowning incidents. Most of […]
While some children’s programs stop for the summer, Tot Tot Tot will enjoy its 14th summer in Agoura Hills. "We have created an atmosphere of enjoyment for parents and their children, 12 months to 3 years of age, so why would we close for the summer?" asked owner Anne Altman. The children will have the opportunity for art classes, song […]
The third in a series of public informational meetings on the progress of the Las Virgenes Unified School District’s third middle school will be held at 7 p.m. on Wed., July 11 at Chaparral Elementary School, 22601 Liberty Bell Road, Calabasas. Architects as well as school representatives will be present to review the current interior color schemes of the project […]
The last time the business people, who are now against Home Depot, wanted to "help guide" the city council, they had a "referendum." While "…helping to guide the city council" last time, they brought paid solicitors from as far away as San Diego here to gather names. The Big Bucks from the local "businesses" shell out for this, not any […]
Toasting success Stage Door play opens to reviews -Page 25
Gore was finally installed as president last week. Not Al, but Sue–as President of Soroptimist International of the Conejo. Sue Gore, 2000 Grand Marshal of Conejo Valley Days and a 12-year member of the Soroptimist Club, was installed by former member and past president of Soroptimist Aline Roberts at ceremonies held in Camarillo. Other officers installed were as follows: president-elect, […]
Agoura and Westlake Style!!
Following are spring 2001 candidates for University of Oregon (at Eugene, Ore.) degrees. Agoura Hills: Camryn Hayley Kruger, BS, journalism Newbury Park: Melynda Ann Coble, MS, environmental studies Thousand Oaks: Kirk Damon Aiken, doctor of philosophy, marketing; Jennifer Lee Webber, BA, journalism Westlake Village: Erin Colleen Flanigan, BS, general science; James Alfred Underwood, doctor of jurisprudence, law.
This is in response to Mr. Littman’s letter of June 21. First, the city council of Agoura Hills has never "announced a need for extensive commercial development" within the freeway corridor. Most of the property within the freeway corridor has been zoned for commercial development since the city adopted its first General Plan and even before. In fact, the city […]