2003-10-16

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THURS., OCT. 16 Get Voting Lowdown Guest speaker Ruth Gardner will discuss "Voter Fraud" and "share the truth behind the voting in California and how absentee ballots are misplaced and never counted" at 11:30 a.m. luncheon of the Westlake Village Republican Women Federated at Westlake Village Inn, 31943 Agoura Road, Westlake Village. $20. Reservations: (805) 494-0368 Susan Ash Oak Park […]

Kuperberg,

Rishoff endorsed

The CPO (Cornell Preservation Organization) has grown to appreciate those members on the Agoura Hills City Council who have acknowledged and at times acted on the advice and research provided by this organization of concerned citizens. It is more rewarding to have decision makers in Agoura Hills who are receptive to saving habitat, restoring creeks and reigning in developers so […]

Agoura Hills City Council unhappy with cable TV boxes



Agoura Hills City Council unhappy with cable TV boxes By Stephanie Bertholdo Acorn Staff Writer Adelphia Cable Company drew some heat from Agoura Hills city council members after the com-pany’s representative showcased with slides the new cable system that features above-ground power supply boxes. Adelphia is in the preliminary stages of installing 12 pedestal power supply boxes measuring 40 inches […]

Toastmasters to showcase great speeches



Two local Toastmasters clubs, the Conejo Valley Toastmasters and the Daybreakers of Westlake, will be offering a public showcase of advanced speeches from 7:45 to 10 p.m. Sat., Oct 18 at Saturn of Thousand Oaks, 3440 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. The "Speech-a-Thon" will feature members who have practiced and delivered 10 or more speeches at their respective clubs. All speeches […]

Pet of the Week



Reverses his endorsement



I was involved with the Agoura Chamber for almost two years and worked closely with Alex Soteras on a group project for one year, ending recently. I wrote a letter to The Acorn supporting Alex’s cwandidacy a few months ago, but now recant. After my letter, Alex continually referred to several conscientious chamber volunteers who I worked closely with as […]

Walk to School Day called a success



By Michael Picarella Acorn Staff Writer Elementary schools in the city of Calabasas and city officials participated in the national Walk to School Day event last week as a way to reduce traffic before and after school, and to promote safety while walking school. Walk to School Day was a great success, according to city officials, and might happen again […]

Student learns about space



Squirrel of the Week



Vote for Thomas



I am supporting George "Chris" Thomas for the Agoura Hills City Council this November. I went to school and played football with Thomas at AHS and can personally attest to his commitment and dedication to this community. Even though Thomas is only 26 years old and represents a new generation, he has been working towards bettering our quality of life […]