2005-07-07

Officials dedicate new trailhead for Ahmanson Ranch

A separate road linking new homes draws protests

By Daniel Wolowiczdanielw@theacorn.com Concerned residents and several local and county officials are protesting a recent request by Faye Huang, a Woodland Hills developer, to construct a milelong emergency access road through Ahmanson Ranch. About two dozen members of Save Open Space voiced their displeasure with the road during a dedication ceremony last Saturday at the ranch’s new Victory Road trailhead. […]

You don’t have to be blind or deaf to need a service dog



By Stephanie Bertholdo bertholdo@theacorn.com When Newbury Park resident Roni Higgins first brought her pink poodle, Pebbles, with her to the Cheesecake Factory in Thousand Oaks, she was told that dogs were prohibited at the restaurant and she was asked to leave. Many local proprietors routinely break the law when they refuse Higgins entry into their establishments. Under the Americans with […]

Erin Powell joins A.C. Stelle



by Stephanie Bertholdobertholdo@theacorn.com Las Virgenes Unified School District officials welcomed Erin Powell back to the district as the new assistant principal at Alice C. Stelle Middle School in Calabasas Prior to her most recent assignment as assistant principal for Las Colinas Middle School in Camarillo, Powell worked for the school district in several positions. She was a counselor at Agoura […]

‘Sleeping Beauty’ comes to life at Foxfield Park



Wonderful Views



Why live in a condo when you can have this lovely single story home with wonderful views. This 2-bedroom, 1-bath home has a very large bonus room. It features indoor laundry, fireplace, central air, newer windows, garage door, dog run plus community pool and tennis. For more information on this home, call Theresa Schultz of Coldwell Banker Thousand Oaks office […]

Back to square one for Agoura’s Triangle homes



By Stephanie Bertholdobertholdo@theacorn.com Plans to develop Triangle Ranch, a proposed custom home site planned off Kanan and Cornell Roads next to Agoura Hills, were t e m p o r a r i l y foiled last week when the Los Angeles Department of Regional Planning sent the developer back to the drawing board with instructions to comply with the […]

Ladies show American pride



Dance school opens new studio



A Step in Time School of Dance announced the opening of its new location next to La Paz restaurant at 4505 Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas. The new facility offers larger studios, a study room for students and space for more classes. The school offers classes in ballet, pointe, jazz, tap, hip hop, musical theatre, turns and jumps, acrobatics, choreography, Mommy […]

Fishing is a great pastime for children



What memories will today’s kids have of their childhood? Will they only remember watching TV, playing video games or surfing the Internet? Many parents remember a more active, healthy childhood and want the same for their children. Building these memories starts with parents introducing their kids to activities the whole family can enjoy together. It’s easy to build great family […]

This Home Has Great Curb Appeal



This home features a family-friendly floor plan in a popular neighborhood with four bedrooms and three baths on a quiet culde-sac. The home has a white tiled entry, a large sunken living room with new cream carpet throughout the home. The dining room has walnut Pergo flooring. The kitchen offers newer appliances, a walk-in pantry and a utility closet. One […]


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