2005-06-02

Lindero musicians band together



GRAND FINALE—Lindero Canyon Middle School’s Concert Orchestra gives its final performance of the year featuring Christine Chen, below, on first violin. Below left, Kevin Goller concentrates on his bass. The Concert Choir, directed by Dr. Gregory Fried, left, and the Cougar Strings also performed. The semester-ending show at the Agoura Hills middle school is always a much-anticipated event.

MAC members take office



The two newest Oak Park Municipal Advisory Council Members, Bonnie Biddison and Jay Kapitz, were sworn into office by Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks at last week’s MAC meeting. The two vacancies came about after the Feb. 26 death of long-time MAC member Kent Behringer and David Chatfield’s move out of Oak Park in mid-March. Biddison and Kapitz were selected […]

Special Ed teen alleges sexual molestation

School district is implicated

A 16-year-old special education student and his parents have filed a sexual abuse lawsuit against the Las Virgenes Unified School District and one of its students who now attends Indian Hills High School. The boy accused of the crime is a minor and cannot be identified. He has denied the charges. A trial is set to begin in August. The […]

Viewpoint School rolls out plans for new ball field



Viewpoint School athletes will no longer play home games off campus. The private, kindergarten through 12th-grade school at 23620 Mulholland Hwy. will soon get a new athletic field that’s suited for high school sports. The new athletic field, which has already been approved by the city of Calabasas, will replace the current Reade Field and will include two new parking […]

Stores caught in sting



The Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station had an 18-year-old “decoy” attempt to purchase alcoholic beverage from 11 local establishments licensed by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Department and said that the businesses that sold alcohol to the underage youth included Blue of 5017 Lewis Road in Agoura Hills and Village Market of 5667 Las Virgenes Canyon Road in Calabasas. Locations that checked […]

Deputies host fundraiser



Leonis Adobe urges community involvement



Calabasas goes green



The United States Green Building Council, Los Angeles Chapter, has awarded the city of Calabasas a 2005 Municipal Green Building Conference and Expo Building Award for development projects that are deemed good for the environment. Former Mayor Michael Harrison joined the Calabasas City Council in accepting the award. Harrison was instrumental in the creation of the city’s “green building” program. […]

Calabasas staff earns public TV acclaim

Awards for programming and website

The city of Calabasas Media Department won five STAR Awards during the States of California and Nevada Chapter of the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors annual conference in Santa Monica. The STAR Awards recognize excellence in government programming from cities throughout California and Nevada. “This isn’t a minor thing,” said Calabasas Mayor Barry Groveman. “(Calabasas) competed against cities […]

FOR THE RECORD



•Heschel West school is expected to host about 24 events each year with 1,500 people at each event, not 150 people. •Charly Kaspar was the treasurer of the Westlake Joint Homeowners Association, not president.