Calabasas resident completes AIDS bike ride

Before he began the seven day, 585-mile AIDS LifeCycle Ride 2005 from San Francisco to Los Angeles, Elliot Lemberger had never met anyone with HIV. He says he signed up for the ride so he could “meet people and have a new experience.” Along the way Lemberger, a 28-year-old graphic artist who grew up in Calabasas, raised over $5,000 for […]

Agoura woman passes away at age 22

Westlake club hosting annual national event

By Kyle Jorreyjorrey@theacorn.com Are you one of those people who think life begins at 40? If so, get down to the Westlake Tennis and Swim Club (WTSC) this weekend for an always helpful reassurance of your beliefs. For the 15th straight year, the WTSC is hosting the 2005 USTA National Men’s 45 Hardcourt Championships, one of four national surface championships […]

School easier said than done

In the debate about the construction of the Heschel School, I keep reading or hearing that while residents of old Agoura oppose it, other surrounding communities appear in favor of it. Obviously, residents of North Ranch, Calabasas or Hidden Hills won’t have to deal on a daily basis with the traffic impact of this project. Would the Calabasas City Council […]

Gorgeous Mediterranean With Guest House

This home is a gorgeous custom Mediterranean in a wonderful neighborhood in Thousand Oaks. Features include five bedrooms, five baths, and about 3,400 square feet situated on two -and-a-half acres with a detached 1,200-square-foot guest house. Separated from neighbors and surrounded by gorgeous trees and lush foliage, the home has unobstructed, spectacular views. In addition, the property has a horse […]

$53 million water budget OK

The Las Virgenes Municipal Water District board of directors adopted a $53.1 million budget for the 2005-2006 fiscal year starting July 1, including $14.2 million for capital projects that district officials say will “renew and strengthen” the agency’s aging infrastructure. “I am pleased the adopted budget is balanced with no anticipated need for an increase in potable water rates in […]

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Another WAGS champion emerges at Ventura

Heschel location all wrong

Education is so important to the future of this country. The real issue is not the need for the Heschel school, but the placement of the school. I work at Agoura High School and experience the unbelievable traffic coming into and departing from the campus daily. I time my work hours around the major traffic rushes, including when I take […]

Cindee Zabner

Cindee Zabner and The Zabner Team of Re/Max on the Boulevard Estates in Agoura/Oak Park were congratulated for their outstanding performance in real estate sales for the month of May. “Cindee and her team, Shari Wolff, April Juels, and Carol Kennedy, are an amazing group,” said Jay Belson, president of Re/ Max on the Boulevard. “As members of our wonderful […]

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