Parcel tax proposal approved in LVUSD


Measure E, the parcel tax designed to offset state budget cutbacks, readily passed on Tuesday with 72 percent of voters in Las Virgenes Unified School District (LVUSD) casting a yes vote. It passed with a total of 11,852 votes in favor and 4,802 against. Measure E required a two-thirds majority to pass. The district serves the cities of Calabasas, Hidden […]

Winners chosen in city’s SpringFest logo design contest

Three students have been chosen as winners of the "SpringFest Logo Design Contest" sponsored by the Agoura Hills Department of Community Services. Liana Moss, a third-grade student from Yerba Buena Elementary School, claimed the first-place honor. Moss’s logo design will be used throughout the year on city brochures, newsletters, signs and other pieces that will promote the theme "Celebrating the […]

L.A. County to review Santa Monica Mountains general plan


Citizens of Los Angeles County can help protect the Santa Monica Mountains, among other areas, from large-scale developments. L.A. County is in the process of updating its general plan and will host interactive workshops to solicit feedback from citizens on plans and policies. Among the topics will be the county’s Significant Ecological Area (SEA) study, which is a regulation designed […]

Local student gets leadership look at the law

Agoura High School student Ronald Frey was to have recently participated in the National Youth Leadership Forum on Law (NYLF/LAW) in Washington, D.C. The Agoura Hills resident, having demonstrated academic achievement and an interest in the legal profession, was among 350 outstanding high school juniors and seniors from across the U.S. attending this forum. The curriculum for NYLF/LAW is based […]



Michael Harrison

Councilman Michael Harrison has been doing the job he was elected to do. However, some members of our community are so angry he’s doing so that they’ve created false rumors about him. For example he, the father of two, "hates children because he doesn’t have any." Another is that he’s "going to close the Creekside Park Preschool." Those are the […]

Student sees the beat

Agoura Hills approves crossing guard for T.O. Boulevard, Lake Lindero Drive


Agoura Hills approves crossing guard for T.O. Boulevard, Lake Lindero Drive By Stephanie Bertholdo bertholdo@theacorn.com The Agoura Hills City Council last week approved hiring a crossing guard for the intersection of Thousand Oaks Boulevard and Lake Lindero Drive for the remainder of this school year. City officials said that they would reevaluate the need to continue employing the crossing guard […]

Administrative building to get facelift in Westlake

Westlake Village city council members approved at a recent meeting a proposal to remodel the Westlake Lake Management Administrative (WLMA) office building. It will include an addition to the existing 855-square-foot hexagonal-shaped building at 32353 Triunfo Canyon Road. While the extra office space is necessary for the efficient operation of WLMA, according to proponents, the proposed plan includes modification to […]

Lupin Hill to host fundraiser, seeks sponsors

Lupin Hill Elementary School’s Parent Faculty Club will host its third annual "Shake, Rattle, Then Roll" fundraiser from 7 p.m. to midnight Sat., March 13 at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center, 27040 Malibu Hills Road, Calabasas. The event will feature blackjack, roulette and craps games, live auctions, raffles, DJ and dancing and an Elvis impersonator who’ll pose for photos with […]

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