2003-07-03

Thanks for helping the Foundation



Four months ago I embarked on a journey in response to the $3 million budget crisis facing Las Virgenes Unified District (LVUSD). I am vice president of the Las Virgenes Educational Foundation (LVEF), and rather than waiting for cuts that had to be made, we decided to raise money and save some programs and services for students and teachers. Along […]

Domestic violence victims to get assistance clinic in Ventura County



Ventura County District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced recently that the Crime Victims Assistance Program will conduct a free clinic for domestic violence victims seeking a restraining order to protect themselves and their families. According to the California Criminal Justice Statistics Center, there were nearly 7,000 domestic violence calls placed to authorities in Ventura County in 2001. Generally, once a […]

CITY OF AGOURA HILLS

CASE NOS. 02-SPR-016,
02-OTP-011 & PM 27094
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING


CASE NOS. 02-SPR-016, 02-OTP-011 & PM 27094 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING THE CITY OF AGOURA HILLS HAS SCHEDULED A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER AN APPLICATION THAT HAS BEEN FILED. THE REVIEWING BODY WOULD BE VERY INTERESTED IN ANY THOUGHTS YOU MAY HAVE RELATIVE TO THIS MATTER, EITHER DURING THE HEARING OR IN WRITING PRIOR TO THE HEARING. APPLICANT: BBA Properties […]

Young leader goes to Washington, D.C.



Young leader goes to Washington, D.C. Ariel Dropkin of Agoura Hills, who’ll be seventh-grader at Lindero Canyon Middle School, has been selected to participate in the Junior National Student Leadership Conference (JNSLC) in Washington, D.C. this July. JNSLC is a leadership development program for outstanding middle school students. During the conference, students will attend special workshops and classes where they […]

Agoura Hills



A truck window had $200 damage and computer equipment, digital cameras, a projector and accessories were stolen. The loot was valued at $9,300 and the break-in occurred the night of June 17 at a hotel parking lot in the 30100 block of Agoura Road. A car window was smashed between 1:30 and 9 a.m. June 20 on Bamfield Drive and […]

Getting fed up in Calabasas



Getting fed up in Calabasas I read Wm. Felsman’s smug letter about his "frugality" resulting in his low taxes. No, it was because he never moved or transferred, thus his taxes stayed extremely low. Young people buying today are struggling to pay their taxes in far lesser homes. Admit it, Prop. 13 was a terrible bill which only worked for […]

Westlake Village hosts Grand Opening of Foxfield Park



By Lori Porter Acorn Staff Writer The summer sun radiated on Westlake Village city councilmembers as they launched the Grand Opening of Foxfield Park in Westlake Village on Sat., June 28. The celebration began with councilmembers telling about the piece of land that once was an empty dirt lot, almost a leftover from The Trails development. "The key to the […]

LAS VIRGENES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

SECTION 504/ADA POLICY NOTICE

The Las Virgenes Unified School District wished to provide notice that it does not discriminate on the basis of disability with regard to admission, access to services, treatment, or employment in its program or activities. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in any program receiving federal financial assistance. The Americans with Disabilities […]

Former CHS grad has stellar record at Hastings College



Douglas P. Brosnan, a member of the graduating class of 2003 at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, this spring was the recipient of a $5,000 Percy E. Towne Scholarship. He was also recognized as a Hastings Tony Patino Fellow Elect and is the recipient of the fellowship’s accompanying $8,750 grant. The honors were presented at the […]

New photo exhibit explores Jewish culture in black and white



"Portraits of an Eternal People: A Jewish Family Album," an exhibition of more than 30 black and white photographs by New York-based photographer Zion Ozeri that explores the rich and distinct character of Jewish communities around the world, will be on view in the Skirball Cultural Center’s Ruby Gallery now through Aug. 31. Admission is free. The Skirball is at […]


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