2001-12-20

Collisions on Lindero Canyon Road force modifications in Westlake

Acorn Staff Writer

Southbound Lindero Canyon Road just north of Via Colinas was re-striped to allow a third lane about three years ago and accidents have more than doubled since then. Westlake Village city council-members last week approved modifications. The problem, according to Westlake Village city engineer Mark Wessel, is when traffic fills up on the southbound side of Lindero Canyon Road. Motorists […]

Boat parade winners are announced



Twenty-two decorated boats representing the theme, "United We Stand," participated in the annual Parade of Lights on Westlake Lake in Westlake Village recently. Prizes were awarded in three categories. Earning the award for "best theme" was Jim Shaw and the Westlake Yacht Club Junior Sailors. Ron and Dot Hine of Westlake Village took honors for "most creative" and Westlake Village […]

Job applicants seek stability



Today’s job seekers are interested in a firm’s staying power. In a recent survey, 28 percent of chief financial officers (CFOs) polled said a prospective employer’s stability is the most important consideration for candidates evaluating employment offers. Salary ranked second, with 23 percent of the response. "In the current economy, job seekers are interested in a firm’s ability to weather […]

Westminster hosts ‘Bethlehem Experience’



Some opponents of Soka University have less than noble motives



Soka University, with its serene Swan Lake, is a beautiful gem in the Santa Monica Mountains. It needs our support now. Since the 1920s, it alone of all of the property owners has opened its gates to the public. With its Human Rights lecture series it has brought to Calabasas such notable speakers as Rosa Parks, Julian Bond, the Honorable […]

Tiger eyes the prize again, this time at Lake Sherwood



Eklund named to LVUSD post



Eklund named to LVUSD post Ann Eklund, formerly a principal in the Las Virgenes Unified School District (LVUSD) during the 1980s, has been selected as the LVUSD’s Director of Elementary Education. The Thousand Oaks resident had also served as a principal for the Simi Valley Unified School District. A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, Eklund earned her […]

SHARING AND CARING—Santa Claus arrives at the Los Robles Regional Medical Center with gifts for children who are ill. He used Mercy Air helicopter to allow his reindeer rest before the big night. The long-range weather forecast is calling for sunny skies



SHARING AND CARING—Santa Claus arrives at the Los Robles Regional Medical Center with gifts for children who are ill. He used Mercy Air helicopter to allow his reindeer rest before the big night. The long-range weather forecast is calling for sunny skies and warmer temperatures.

Meditation and healing services provided



Meditation and healing services provided Westlake Church of Religious Science offers a Meditation and Healing Service (9:30 to 9:50 a.m.) and Celebration of Life (10 a.m.) every Sunday with the Rev. Sue Rubin at 2649 Townsgate Road, Ste. 500, Westlake Village. Pre-school, Jr. Church, Tweens and Teens also meet at 10 a.m. The church will host a candlelight service at […]

Commissioner of AYSO defended



I am responding to the letter of J. Guidetti dated Dec. 6, regarding AYSO (American Youth Soccer Organization) Region 4, Volunteers and our Commissioner Marc Glickman. I don’t know if J. Guideti is male or female so I will respectfully use J. Guidetti in this letter. I have been a volunteer in AYSO Region 4 for many years, as a […]


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