Greed for sales tax revenue shouldn’t guide city’s planning I’m very concerned how encouraging development requiring a more intense traffic use will impact me. In the mid-1990s the land currently planned for a big-box retailer was earmarked for business park/manufacturing use. A use that would create almost no traffic impact on the weekends when many of us are in our […]
Once while on the island of Molokai, my budget-minded beau and I decided to hike down the slick, sloppy switchbacking trail that leads to a black sand beach near the Kalaupapa settlement, where in an unenlightened era Hansen’s disease (leprosy) patients were forced to live in isolation from friends, family and the community at large. The property has since become […]
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SAFE DISPOSAL–Outdated electronic items such as computers, televisions, copiers, fax machines and stereos can be deposited this Sun., March 3 at the Calabasas Landfill. The collection runs from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Don’t bring refrigerators, washing machines or stoves. The landfill is at 5300 Lost Hills Road, north of the 101 Freeway.
Coed nominated for state board Linnet Zia, an Agoura High School junior, is one of three finalists for the 2002-03 student member of the state board of education. The student member has full voting rights on educational policies vital to California’s 6 million students throughout its 8,500 public schools. More than 200 applicants across the state applied and 12 semifinalists […]
Bar, Bat Mitzvahs are celebrated by local youth Benjamin Scott Yarin was called to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah of the Center for Early Jewish Education (CEJE) on Feb. 2. His parents, Robert and Carolyn Yarin of Agoura Hills, presented him with a tallit (the Jewish prayer shawl) during the service, in which younger brothers Samuel and Jeremy also […]
Read the truth ––not the lies Why have the backers of Measure H chosen to promote their cause by spreading lies and slandering our city council? I personally know Louise, Ed, Jeff, Dan and Denis as many of you do. They are honest, hard-working, caring residents of our city who give many hours of time from their busy lives for […]
Measure H isn’t the answer Residents of Agoura Hills have gone to the polls more than half a dozen times in the city’s history to decide referendum issues, but none as important as Measure H on next Tuesday’s ballot. The anti-big box initiative would indeed stop Home Depot, but also any other retailer greater than 60,000 square feet. And that’s […]