2004-07-08

Rent control may be coming to Calabasas



By Michael Picarella pic@theacorn.com The city of Calabasas is contemplating rent control. The Calabasas City Council recently reviewed a proposed ordinance that would require registration for all rental properties in Calabasas. The topic was to return for a second reading last night. "The point of the rental registration is to flush out the stats in Calabasas," said Calabasas Mayor Pro […]

Yacht Club hosts annual Regatta



Office buildings narrowly pass for Ladyface Mountain



By Stephanie Bertholdo bertholdo@theacorn.com Scheu Development Co. of Westlake Village was narrowly granted a conditional use permit (CUP) recently by the Agoura Hills City Council to construct a pair of office buildings on the south side of Agoura Road, west of the Renaissance Hotel in the Ladyface Mountain area. The company can also remove nine oak trees from the property, […]

Swallows create problems for Lake Calabasas homeowner



By Michael Picarella pic@theacorn.com Swallows have found their way to Lake Calabasas and are becoming pests, according to Calabasas Park Homeowners’ Association President Helene Regen. Lake Calabasas is a man-made lake within the CPHA area, just off Park Sorrento in Calabasas. Swallows, not common here, have built nests in the eves of at least one house near the shoreline. Wild […]

Cell phone antennas protested in Westlake, T.O.

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Cell phone antennas protested in Westlake, T.O. By Sophia Fischer sfischer@theacorn.com Residents of three neighborhoods in Westlake Village and Thousand Oaks are prepared to go to battle against Sprint PCS in protest of the company’s plan to erect wireless antennas and related equipment near their homes. "We’re not against progress. We just don’t think it’s right to have these things […]

Her second July Fourth



Rash of commercial burglaries breaks out in Westlake Village



Law enforcement officials are investigating a series of burglaries on June 22 and 23 in an office building at the 900 block of Hampshire Road. Thieves forced entry into the businesses by removing door handles or prying the doors open. Four laptop computers and a printer were stolen from the building. The loss was estimated at $2,750. During May and […]

Rotary helps CHS student



Stand-up citizens score again



Assemblywoman visits