Young people called to the Torah

Agoura Hills

Morgan Gould, the daughter of Jody and Doug Gould, was called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah of the Center for Early Jewish Education on May 31. Her parents presented Morgan with a tallit, the Jewish prayer shawl, during the ceremony at the Renaissance Hotel, Agoura Hills. Her older brother Ryan also participated in the service. She’ll be an […]

Calabasas appears to be rolling over on Viewpoint

Your July 3 story about Viewpoint School renovation omitted the key issue. The article should have been headlined "Planning Commission OKs Bulldozing of Scenic Corridor." Numerous speakers at the hearing on June 26 objected strenuously to the proposal to destroy the scenic 15-foot-high bluff that currently screens the school from view and to replace it with a left-turn lane, entranceway, […]

Young people learn about helping others

By Lori Porter Acorn Staff Writer To expose middle and high school students to philanthropy and community involvement, Oak Park residents Brian Johnson and his wife, Mi Sun Cho, along with their daughter, Whitney Cho-Johnson, 16, launched Conejo Student Outreach (CSO) a tax-exempt, nonprofit organization designed specifically to benefit organizations that assist needy children. Their passion for helping others, coupled […]

All-terrain vehicles governed by new noise law

Effective July 15, new noise regulations will be strictly enforced for all off-highway motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles that are operated at all state Vehicular Recreation Areas. The new regulations bring California’s off-road noise emissions levels down from one of the worst in the nation to one of the best, reducing the maximum decibel level standard from 101 decibels to 96 […]

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Local student to attend medical forum

Megan Stern of Agoura Hills will participate in the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine (NYLF/MED) in Los Angeles from July 19-28. During this career development program, she will join more than 350 other high school students from around the U.S. who have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership potential and an interest in medicine. An Agoura High School student, Stern will […]

Methodist service in Westlake to examine ‘Textual Criticism’

"Textual Criticism, Sitz Im Leben and the Redactionist Hypothesis" will be senior pastor Gary Alan Dickey’s message at the 8, 9 and 10:30 a.m. worship services on Sun., July 20 at United Methodist Church, 1049 S. Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. The casual 8 a.m. service includes communion and meets in Alton Hall. Special music is included in each service. Sunday […]

Lawyer lamented

What kind of people would attack Katherine Stone, the superb attorney who has had a huge role in the struggle to preserve Ahmanson Ranch? Mary E. Wiesbrock, Save Open Space/ Santa Monica Mountains Agoura Hills

City councilman isn’t finished with his reforms

Calabasas City Councilman Barry Groveman is continuing his call for reform in city hall. Groveman’s original list of initiatives were mostly approved by fellow councilmembers in April. The city has made several changes, including how it conducts council meetings. Searches are underway for a new city manager and city attorney, and a new planning commission is in place. And Groveman […]

Parcel tax proposal postponed in Agoura Hills

By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer Sensing tough times for taxpayers and too much competition at the polls, the city of Agoura Hills decided not to place a parcel tax on the ballot this November. City Councilman Dan Kuperberg, who had pushed for the tax to raise money for open space purchases in the city, said he didn’t want to […]

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