2004-03-25

Calabasas

City Council reorganizes
Michael Harrison becomes mayor


City Council reorganizes Michael Harrison becomes mayor By Michael Picarella pic@theacorn.com Calabasas has a new mayor. The city council reorganized last week and James Bozajian rotated out of the mayor’s seat and handed the gavel to Michael Harrison. The council appointed Barry Groveman as mayor pro tem. "The past year," Harrison said, "has been extremely busy . . . But […]

Jail rebuilt at Leonis Adobe



The Leonis Adobe Museum recently restored its replica of the Calabasas Jail in Old Town Calabasas after a fire burned it in May. Authorities said the blaze was the work of an arsonist. Repair of the jail was funded from museum funds, according to Leonis Adobe Association Chairman Don Adams. "To rebuild it, it would’ve been about $19,000," Adams said. […]

Winners of Dole Great Race of Agoura



At the Dole Great Race of Agoura last Saturday, medals were awarded to the top three male and female finishers in 30 age groups (from under 10 to 70 and older) in the 5K and 10K. Half Marathon medals were given out in 22 age groups. For the Kids’ Fun Run, medals were awarded to the top five boys and […]

Celebrating spring



PET OF THE WEEK



Kites fly––sort of––at Lindero Canyon



Agoura Hills hosts reception to recognize volunteers



A reception for the scores of volunteers that help the city of Agoura Hills run efficiently was recently hosted at city hall. The 16th annual Volunteer Recognition Reception honored 124 individuals who have donated time and energy on 14 committees throughout the year. The committees are: Agoura Village Strategic Plan Task Force, Architectural Review Panel, City/School Committee, Community Center Alliance, […]

Wildflower photo show coming



Wildflower photo show coming Wildflower photographer James Kenney, whose work has appeared in two popular field guides to the native flora of the Santa Monica Mountains, will present a slide show on wildflowers and their natural history at 2 p.m. Sat., March 27 at the National Park Service Visitor Center, 401 W. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. Kenney will discuss the […]

A.C. Stelle to host free sports event



The city of Calabasas has announced the kick-off of the Joint Facility Use Agreement with the Las Virgenes Unified School District for the use of sport facilities at A.C. Stelle Middle School. The partnership includes after-school and weekend use of the gymnasium, soccer/softball fields and the outdoor basketball courts. In celebration, the city will host an A.C. "Stelle-Abration!" from 11 […]

Agoura Hills



An unlocked SUV in a parking structure was the target of burglar(s) who stole an in-dash stereo, music CDs, a tool kit and wrenches. The loot was valued at $1,150 and the theft occurred the night of March 7 in the 30800 block of Agoura Road. Calabasas Jewelry valued at $40,000 was stolen from a home in the 3600 block […]


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