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Clean water is the responsibility of all

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Federal law requires water awareness In this, the 30th anniversary of the Clean Water Act, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christie Whitman is urging Americans to celebrate the Year of Clean Water by becoming aware and pitching in to help. The Clean Water Act, enacted in 1972, set the goal of restoring and maintaining the chemical, physical and biological integrity of […]

For the Young Set, a Unique Boutique Opens in Calabasas

"Seven-Up for Teens & In-B-Tweens" is a unique clothing boutique specializing in girls and pre-teen sizes. They carry all the latest styles including Hard Tail, Dickies, Rocky-T, Shameless, Girl Chameleon, Angel Jeans, Picasso Jeans and more. Seven-Up is open seven days a week. Visit the store at 23504 Calabasas Road (across from the Sagebrush Cantina), Calabasas. Complimentary valet parking is […]

Agoura looks to future in boys’ basketball

Special to The Acorn

The Agoura Chargers boys’ basketball season ended with last Friday’s 67-65 loss to the Panthers of Newbury Park. Playing in the Marmonte League’s playoff deciding tournament at Westlake High School, the Chargers (10-14, 2-9) fell behind 20-17 to the Panthers at the end of the first quarter. But Agoura caught up to Newbury Park and went ahead, 30-29, with 3:47 […]

Likes Lee

I just received a CD in the mail from Calabasas councilmember and candidate for reelection Janice Lee. I urge anyone in our community who has received this CD to play it immediately on their computer. Lee’s passion for service and dedication to our community is astonishing. Moreover, her understanding and use of current audio-video computer technology can only benefit her […]

Local school nominated for Blue Ribbon

By Lori Porter Acorn Staff Writer Brookside Elementary School in Oak Park has been nominated by the California Department of Education to receive the Blue Ribbon Award. Brookside was named a California Distinguished School, (CDS), which is one of the categories the Department of Education chooses from when nominating a school for the Blue Ribbon. The goal of the Blue […]

De Anza event is on Saturday

To mark the 227th year anniversary of the Anza Expedition’s journey through the Las Virgenes Valley, the cast of the Anza en Calabasas Pageant will celebrate from 2 to 3 p.m. Sat., Feb. 22 at Juan Bautista de Anza Park and Community Center, 3701 Lost Hills Road, Calabasas. The event will feature a flag salute, music and entertainment by Rattlin’ […]

Aortic aneurysmal disease is deadly

Special to The Acorn

I recently lost my best friend from high school, Anne Marie (Giordano) Miyashita to what the medical examiner determined to be a "spontaneous dissection of an aneurysm of the ascending aorta." She collapsed and died Christmas Day 2002 after entertaining her brothers’ families for the holidays. Although we lived on opposite coasts and corresponded by letter about twice a year, […]

Pet of the Week

Dislikes Lee

Janice Lee’s assertion that "Ahmanson would destroy the Malibu Creek Watershed" is only one more blatant example of the lengths to which she has gone to oppose (or as she says "fight") Ahmanson. That assertion appears in her letter which features "Paid for by friends to reelect Janice Lee." In actuality, Ahmanson Ranch has clearly demonstrated that the watershed will […]

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