2004-03-11

Braewood gate debate continues

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The Calabasas City Council will consider in the next few weeks whether or not the Braewood neighborhood along Mulholland Highway will be gated. Residents of Braewood have complained about youngsters loitering at Freedom Park all hours of the night and causing disturbances. They’ve also expressed unhappiness over traffic during drop-off and pickup times at A.C. Stelle Middle School and Calabasas […]

Children’s dance classes available



The city of Calabasas Community Services Department is offering a variety of dance classes this spring. Taught by Neena King, tiny tot ballet and tap will be offered to children 4-6 years old and tap and jazz to those 5-7 and 8-10 years old. The fee is $64 for the eight-week classes, scheduled each Wednesday at Juan Bautista de Anza […]

Dental, healthcare firms lease space in



Agoura Hills, T.O. Nurses in Partnership, Inc., an employment service for nurses, signed a three-year lease for 3,474 square feet of space at 28118 Agoura Road in Agoura Hills with 28118 Agoura, LLC. Dr. Mojgan Hashemi signed a 10-year lease for 1,954 square feet of space for his dental offices at 415 E. Rollings Oaks Drive in Thousand Oaks from […]

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Environmental fair is Saturday



More than 60 organizations that teach and promote environmental science will highlight the 24th annual L.A. Environmental Education Fair set for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., March 13 at the Los Angeles County Arboretum, 301 N. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia. Geared towards parents, students and teachers, the fair includes interactive displays and competitions. Interactive events include live animal exhibits, analysis […]

For the record



The last paragraph of the story about Dole Food Company becoming a title sponsor of the Great Race of Agoura was accidentally dropped from the story last week. It said: "For more race information or to register, please call (818) 874-1405 or visit the Internet Website at www.GreatRaceofAgoura.com.

Agoura Hills to join water safety task force

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To comply with a series of strict water quality regulations and pollution discharge requirements, the city of Agoura Hills will join other local communities and agencies in forming the North Santa Monica Watersheds Task Force. It will be an offshoot of the Watershed Management Committee (WMC) that Agoura Hills has been working with since 1990. According to the report presented […]

A.C. Stelle Middle School sixth-grader wins national essay competition

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It was a rainy, dreary day, but that would change. Holly Noble, an English teacher at Alice C. Stelle Middle School in Calabasas, had exciting information for sixth-grade student Kelsey Lancaster. The news seemed to part the clouds and let the sun stream in—even in the school’s multipurpose room. Noble presented Lancaster with a letter that announced that she was […]

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Quick Take

Quick Take Albert Pujols of the St. Louis Cardinals is as good as any player in baseball today. He’s 24, he led the majors in batting last year at .359 with 43 homers and 124 RBIs. In three seasons in the "bigs," he’s hit 114 homers, tying Ralph Kiner’s record for homers in his first three years. And he’s the […]

Special day to emphasize no smoking among youngsters



Special day to emphasize no smoking among youngsters Every day in the U.S. another 2,000 children become regular, daily smokers. One-third of them will die prematurely from a smoking-caused disease. If current trends continue, more than 6 million of today’s children will eventually die from smoking. In growing numbers, America’s youth are fighting back against these terrible statistics. They’re educating […]