2002-05-09

Hidden Hills city employee earns certified status



Deana L. Morerod, who serves as the administrative assistant for the city of Hidden Hills, has received the designation "Certified Municipal Clerk" from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. Morerod has been employed with the city since April 1990. The certification program aids municipal clerks and deputy clerks in improving job performance and recognizes the professionalization of the Municipal Clerk’s […]

Nominees sought for human resource awards



The Ventura County Affiliate of the National Human Resource Association is kicking off its third annual Human Resources Executive of the Year Award Program. The award program will be in conjunction with their May 22 luncheon meeting at the Clarion Palm Garden Hotel in Thousand Oaks. This award honors human resources professionals who have made a significant contribution to both […]

ABC is as easy as 1-2-3



Pet of the Week



‘I’VE GOT MY EYE ON YOU’—This soft and cuddly 3-month-old brown rabbit is ready to be adopted from the Agoura Animal Shelter at 29525 Agoura Road in Agoura Hills, west of Kanan. His identification No. is A0982736. Pets occasionally are already adopted so call first or check the shelter’s Website at http://animalcontrol.co.la.us. If you’d like to make a donation, the […]

‘Grease’ shined



‘Grease’ shined Last Friday night we had the pleasure of attending Oak Park High School’s fabulous rendition of the Broadway musical "Grease." What a great time! The high energy production set at the Thousand Oaks Civic Center was a wonderful night out for those of us who love good, solid family entertainment. Allan Hunt’s direction was superb. The entire cast […]

T.O. committee seeks applicants



Three positions are open on the Conejo Open Space Trails Advisory Committee (COSTAC). The positions are for three-year terms running to May 2005. Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency appoints members to COSTAC. Thousand Oaks citizens interested in obtaining an application and/or further information regarding the vacancy may call the Thousand Oaks City Clerk’s office at (805) 449-2151 or visit the […]

Job Fair is next Wednesday in Thousand Oaks



Conejo Valley Adult Education will host a Job Fair open to the public from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wed., May 15 at 1025 Old Farm Road, Thousand Oaks. The fair will feature recruiters from Blue Cross/Wellpoint, the city of Thousand Oaks, Hyatt Westlake and other area employers. Companies are seeking to fill both entry level and mid-level positions […]

LVUSD seeks candidates for Curriculum Council



The Las Virgenes Unified School District is seeking applicants who reside within the district’s attendance area to serve on the district’s Curriculum Council. Three positions are available, each for a two-year term ending June 2004. Applicants do not necessarily need to be teachers or former teachers. A college degree is not a necessity. It is more important that applicants have […]

You can drive with children and pets––and not go insane



Both pets and children can be a major distraction while driving, and it’s not always easy to keep them safe in and around a vehicle. "Messy passengers of all shapes and sizes can take a driver’s mind off the road," said Sue Elliott-Sink, director of content for enjoythedrive.com, the consumer Website from SEMA, the Specialty Equipment Market Association. "Because the […]

Please put your small dogs and cats indoors at night



It’s wonderful living here, near rolling hills, open space and the Santa Monica Mountains. Although we’re conveniently close to a world class city, we live on its edge, among the rugged beauty of a semi-rural area. It’s not unusual to see deer and other wildlife as we go about our busy lives, reminding us that we share our part of […]


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