Calabasas to meet with L.A. regarding possible annexation

Acorn Staff Writer

Calabasas to meet with L.A. regarding possible annexation By Michael Picarella Acorn Staff Writer Representatives of Calabasas will meet with city of Los Angeles officials regarding a possible annexation of the Leonis Adobe property and the Sagebrush Cantina restaurant and bar in Old Town Calabasas. The two sites are currently zoned as city of Los Angeles properties. L.A. city council […]

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Middle school traffic plan proposed

By Michael Picarella Acorn Staff Writer Calabasas is trying to solve a potential traffic jam. A vehicular nightmare is expected when the new Alice C. Stelle Middle School at 22450 Mulholland Drive opens this winter, according to Calabasas traffic and transportation director Robert Yalda. Residents in the Paul Revere and Mulwood neighborhoods expect that motorists will use their streets to […]

New complex to start leasing in November

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But approvals for retail, hotel space are incomplete By Stephanie Bertholdo Acorn Staff Writer The $80 million Oak Creek development on Canwood Street, north of the 101 Freeway in Agoura Hills, is taking shape. It’s scheduled for first-phase completion by November when leases will open for the 336 residential units, east of Kanan Road. Residents can expect occupancy after the […]

Disadvantaged men go to work on shoreline improvements

By Lori Porter Acorn Staff Writer The shoreline at the lake in Westlake Village will look and function better, thanks to some disadvantaged local residents. Villa Esperanza Services (VES) in Thousand Oaks recently contracted with Westlake Lake Management Company. A landscaping team from VES will perform ongoing maintenance of the shoreline. The team, Brian Koster, Joe Montemorra and Mike Bierman, […]

New editor of Moorpark Acorn promises a balanced approach

A new weekly newspaper will hit the streets tomorrow in Moorpark. Steve Carlson is the editor of the new Moorpark Acorn. Hired at the end of August, Carlson has a diverse background in both advertising production and sales, having worked in both in Ventura County for the last 30 years. Carlson began his career in media and communications after his […]

Farmers’ market manager calls relocation a success

The farmers’ market in Calabasas relocated to a temporary site after 11 years at its former location in Old Town. After two weekends, market manager Phyllis Power said the new site is working out great. Due to a rent change proposal at the Old Town location, the farmers’ market had to leave. The city offered the future civic center site, […]

For the record

In a story printed in the Aug. 28 issue of The Acorn about a Calabasas safety and security workshop, Calabasas Emergency Response Program (CERP) medical caches were described as being equivalent to full functioning emergency rooms or MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) units. The caches are no more than first aid stations for the walking wounded. The Shell gas station […]

Westlake Village Cultural, Recreation Committee hits the ground running

By Lori Porter Acorn Staff Writer Westlake Village officials have formed a Cultural Recreation Advisory Board to improve existing recreation programs in the city and provide residents with a broad cultural experience through the arts. After interviewing 33 applicants, the Westlake City Council chose seven to serve on the board, including one teenager, Brittany Mulvihill of Westlake Village, a sophomore […]

Dog obedience class planned

The city of Calabasas Community Services Department is offering a "Wild & Crazy Dog Obedience" class from 9 to 10 a.m. Saturdays, Sept. 20 through Nov. 8 at Gates Canyon Park, 25801 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Calabasas. The class will teach dog owners how to solve their dogs’ pesky problems and train him/her to listen. Basic obedience commands will be taught […]