2002-09-05

More property preserved as open space in Agoura Hills



By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer Agoura Hills officials report "significant headway" has been made toward the acquisition of more open space for the city, including a deal recently finalized with property owner Vance Moran that will keep 129 acres of Ladyface Mountain in its natural state. Moran, owner of Whizin’s Shopping Center, offered to make the donation to the […]

Toddlers can sing with mom



The city of Calabasas is offering a six-week "Mommy & Me Art and Song" class from 10 to 10:45 a.m. Wednesdays beginning Sept. 18 at De Anza Park, 3701 Lost Hills Road, Calabasas Hills. This arts and crafts class is for children ages 2 through 4 and will be taught by a mom and former classroom teacher. For more information, […]

Future Foundation needs CLvFFie Award nominations by next Tuesday



Future Foundation needs CLvFFie Award nominations by next Tuesday Conejo/Las Virgenes Future Foundation (CLVFF) will host the second annual CLvFFie (pronounced Cliffy) Awards on Sat., Nov. 16 at Sherwood Country Club. The CLvFFie Awards will honor individuals and groups in the Conejo-Las Virgenes region in various categories. Names of worthy applicants must be received in the Foundation office by Tues., […]

Pet of the Week



Developer to turn down the lights



We at Cypress Land Company pride ourselves on developing attractive, first-class projects. That is why we worked closely with the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy on developing the planting palette for the slope adjacent to the Liberty Canyon wildlife corridor and voluntarily contributed to the maintenance and planting of the corridor—in short, we take being a good neighbor seriously. It was […]

Greenbelt trimmed, cleared in Calabasas; resident angry

Acorn Staff Writer

Greenbelt trimmed, cleared in Calabasas; resident angry BY Michael Picarella Acorn Staff Writer A Calabasas greenbelt just above Park Entrada off Parkway Calabasas has been extensively trimmed back by the city and a nearby resident is upset about it. About two weeks ago, Calabasas resident Barry Breslow came home from a four-day weekend trip and found that his once terrific […]

‘Speed’ exhibit at Science Center moves in soon



A national traveling exhibit titled "Speed" will run from Oct. 2 through Dec. 31 in the Weingart Gallery Special Exhibits (third floor) at the California Science Center, 700 State Drive in Exposition Park, Los Angeles. The exhibit chronicles society’s cultural and technological fascination with moving at an ever faster pace, and "transports guests into the world of high performance, barrier-smashing […]

Families flock to

Westlake Fitness Fair

Sheriff’s blotter

Agoura Hills

A van window was shattered ($500 damage) on Capricorn Way between 12:15 and 9:30 a.m. Aug. 23 and a purse, wallet, cash, a briefcase and a Palm Pilot were stolen. The loot was valued at $2,000. The fender of a Toyota Camry had $800 damage on Colodny Drive after it was kicked the night of Aug. 20. Calabasas Four credit […]

It’s better to be safe than sorry on radiation



It’s better to be safe than sorry on radiation Thank you, Senator Boxer, for revealing that radioactive waste had been dumped in Calabasas landfill. Going back seven years is ridiculous! Known Rocketdyne (SSFL) nuclear accidents which include a serious meltdown date back to 1959. Hopefully, the EPA will release all their information on Rocketdyne dumping. Also, tracer studies of where […]


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