2001-07-05

Wheels in motion for Calabasas shuttle



Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Woodland Hills) announced that the U.S. House of Representatives has earmarked $500,000 dollars for the Smart Shuttle bus program in Calabasas. The funding, which Sherman requested from the Transportation Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee, will be used to acquire four natural gas shuttle buses, new shuttle stops and a master dispatch center that will coordinate the […]

Dimmers save If your energy bills are getting too hot to handle, consider these tips:



Dimmers save If your energy bills are getting too hot to handle, consider these tips: Dim the lights. Dimmer switches are a wonderful convenience people have long enjoyed. They conserve electricity – up to 50 percent off of the lighting portion of your electricity bill – and they extend the life of your bulbs up to 20 times. Dimmers can […]

T.O. Hospital hires developer



The joint operating committee governing the development of Thousand Oaks Surgical Hospital has announced that it has chosen a Westlake Village development group to develop the surgical hospital and attached medical offices located on Rolling Oaks Drive near Moorpark Road and Highway 101. Joseph T. Amoroso of Amoroso Companies has joined the hospital’s development team in charge of building the […]

Golf lessons



The City of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services is offering golf classes beginning the week of July 8. Classes will be held at Lindero Country Club. Little Tiger Golf is for children ages 4-6 and is held from 11-11:30 a.m. Saturdays, July 14-Aug. 4. Junior golf is for ages 7-10 and is held from 11:30-12:15 Saturdays, July 14-Aug. 4. […]

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Pavley to visit Calabasas



State Assemblywoman Fran Pavley (D-Woodland Hills) will be at the Corner Bakery at the Commons in Calabasas, 4776 Commons Way, fromPavely said she wants to meet Calabasas and Hidden Hills residents in person, to listen, answer questions about legislative issues, and to gather information on matters that are of interest to the community. She will also have some printed materials […]

Citizens learn that giving blood feels good LISA ADAMS/The Acorn



Citizens learn that giving blood feels good LISA ADAMS/The Acorn MAKING A DIFFERENCE––Registered nurse Debbie Hays, left gives Westlake Hyatt’s catering assistant Lisa Sojka a little tender loving care while she donates blood. The Hyatt Westlake Plaza joined with more than half of the Hyatt hotels and resorts in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean in hosting the corporation’s […]

Tuff stuff takes first place



WAGS WINNERS–Tuff Stuff of the American League in the Westlake-Agoura Girls’ Softball League finished the season 15-1 and in first place in its division. Front row, left to right: Marissa Cohen, Kimberly Cunningham, Kellie Ryan, Shannon Larkin and Cari Hoffman; middle row: Kelly McCuster, Kelsey Krigstein, Madeline Schwartz, Aviya McGuire, Sara Bergerson, Alexandra Mogan, Stephanie Cohen and Brenda O’Sullivan; back […]

Molester to be sentenced



Sentencing will be Sept. 14 for a former Calvary Community Church pastor accused of molesting two teenage boys. Timothy Bernstein, 41, pleaded not guilty at his April 3 arraignment in Malibu Court to 10 felony charges of lewd acts with a minor. As part of a plea agreement, the charges were reduced to two counts, one for each victim. Bernstein […]

Ideas germinating for Acorn fest



LOOKING AHEAD–Yvonne Spencer and Hayden Sohm, members of the Calabasas Anza Heritage Association, discuss plans for the Acorn Festival to be held Sept. 22 at Malibu Creek State Park. Organizers are planning to hold the event annually on the weekend closest to the autumnal equinox. Ancestral culture, food, arts and crafts and more will be featured at the day-long festival. […]


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