Council challenger disappointed with current council, says she wants change

By Michael Picarella Acorn Staff Writer Long-time Calabasas resident Karmen Brower, who declined to state her age, said she’s running for city council because she’s disappointed with the incumbents and because she loves politics. The Calabasas City Council must undergo change, she said, and she believes that voters will elect new faces on Election Day, Tues., March 4. Six candidates, […]

Bunion surgery said to be pain free

By Michael Zapf, DPM I recently accomplished a tripleheader of sorts: "the triple no pain" play. On that day I performed three relatively routine bunionectomies. What made them special was that the three patients reported that they did not need to take even one pain pill. I am reporting this not to brag, but to dispel one of the myths […]

Local wrestlers stand out at Marmonte League finals

Acorn Sports Writer

Two wrestlers from Agoura and one from Calabasas were among the winners in last Saturday’s Marmonte League wrestling championships, which took place at Simi Valley High School. Bryan Fleming, an Agoura senior, won at 154 pounds, Derek Dummit, another Agoura senior, won at 162, and Jon Sanchez, a Calabasas senior, won at 217 pounds. Fleming defended his Marmonte League championship […]

Calabasas can’t afford Measure A

The proponent of Measure A in Calabasas in a letter to The Acorn has presented a false picture regarding the proposed repeal of the utility users tax ("UUT"). What’s at issue is the General Fund which is differentiated by law from "special or restricted" funds. Special and restricted funds are all spoken for, and some occur every year, such as […]

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