Westlake Village City Council candidate promises ‘More of What We Moved Here For’

By Lori Porter Acorn Staff Writer One of the candidates for city council in Westlake Village is Philippa Klessig, a woman with 14 years of experience serving the city of Westlake Village through a variety of community, city and school committees. Voters in Westlake Village will have a choice among three candidates for two open seats on the city council […]

CSI: Not the TV show but on TV

By Lori Porter Acorn Staff Writer When you watch CNN, "Good Morning America," ESPN or other programs that feature interviews of special guests "live via satellite from Los Angeles," there’s a distinct possibility that the celebrity is at a studio right here in Agoura Hills. The facility belongs to Bob Adler, president and owner of Coastal Satellite, Inc. (CSI). Adler, […]

CSUN professor offers resume tips

Putting together a winning resume can be one of the hardest aspects of the job hunt. Cal State Northridge management professor Jay Christensen has ten simple tips for making the process easier. "In these hard economic times, it’s important to take the tools of the job search, especially the resume, seriously," Christensen said. "Your resume represents your image. Therefore, the […]

Actress to portray Martin Luther’s wife at T.O. church

Actress to portray Martin Luther’s wife at T.O. church The community is invited to a presentation by Laurel Kelsh Jones portraying Katharina von Bora, the wife of Martin Luther, at 10:30 a.m. Sun., Sept. 28 at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 667 Camino Dos Rios, Thousand Oaks. The program is appropriate for all ages. A brunch will be served following the performance. […]

Attacks on Kuperberg are politcally motivated

As a member of the Agoura Hills Planning Commission, I attended every planning commission public hearing and watched on TV every city council public hearing on the Snyder project (Oak Creek). It is clear to me that some of the recent letters in this space are just political negative attack ads disguised as letters as there is little semblance to […]

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Road tour, poker run seeks entries

Entries are being accepted for the inaugural Rotary Club of Agoura Hills/Oak Park Car Show, Road Tour and Poker Run on Sun., Oct. 19 on Russell Ranch Road off the 101 Freeway exit at Lindero Canyon Road, Westlake Village. Leading the charge will be actor John Schneider and "General Lee" from "The Dukes of Hazzard." The show will feature a […]

CSU – Channel Islands recruiting businesses to lease space on campus

California State University Channel Islands is actively recruiting businesses to lease space in its new Town Center complex on its Camarillo campus. The three-story structure will be completed in the spring of 2005. In addition to apartment units, it will house a wide variety of retail, service and restaurant facilities. Designed by RTKL Associates, Inc. of Los Angeles, the 90,000 […]

Local rabbi sheds light on Jewish high holidays ‘A Jew may love God, or a Jew may battle God, but a Jew may not

ignore God.

Local rabbi sheds light on Jewish high holidays ‘A Jew may love God, or a Jew may battle God, but a Jew may not ignore God.’ —Elie Weisel By Rabbi Lynne Kern The period of time from Rosh Hashana to Yom Kippur is known as Aseret Yamai T’shuvah, the Ten Days of Penitence. This name appears in sources from the […]

SOS endorses Kuperberg,


Save Open Space/Santa Monica Mountains proudly endorses Mayor Pro Tem Dan Kuperberg and Steve Rishoff for Agoura Hills City Council. Kuperberg and Rishoff have integrity and will best represent Agoura Hills residents. Both Kuperberg and Rishoff actively have supported the preservation of Ahmanson Ranch as open space. On the other hand, Alex Soteras has publicly supported the development of Ahmanson […]