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. […]

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 […]

Cool kids come out for summer

Agoura Village Build it and they will come, officials say

Agoura Village Build it and they will come, officials sayBy Stephanie Bertholdobertholdo@theacorn.com The Agoura Village concept in Agoura Hills is closer to becoming a reality now that the development’s environmental report and other documents are nearing completion. The documents will be open for public review by mid-August, according to task force members who recently conducted an Agoura Village workshop. City […]

Crash your computer properly

Oak Park residents may discard items of electronic waste from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sat., July 9 in the parking lot at Oak Park High School, 899 N. Kanan Road, Oak Park. The program is the Oak Park Community Beautification and Electronic Waste Day, sponsored by Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks, Ventura County Environmental and Energy Resources Division, Ventura […]

State restricts alcohol at P6 restaurant

by Sophia Fischersfischer@theacorn.com The state’s Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) agreed with an administrative judge’s ruling last week that the P6 restaurant and lounge in Westlake Village can have a permanent license to serve alcohol, but only under certain conditions. According to the ruling, the restaurant can serve alcohol between 9 a.m. and 11 p.m. on weekdays and 9 […]

Officials respond to Supreme Court ruling

By Daniel Wolowiczdanielw@theacorn.com The United States Supreme Court recently upheld the power of local governments to buy private homes and sell the property to commercial developers for economic growth. While State Sen. Tom McClintock (R-Thousand Oaks) says the ruling strikes at the “very heart of our fundamental, personal liberties as Americans,” city officials in the Conejo Valley and surrounding area […]

New solutions for Old Town Parking

Problems for the public persist

By Michael Picarellapic@theacorn.com The lack of parking in Old Town Calabasas is an issue that the city says it needs to address soon. Myra Turek, chairperson for the Old Town Coalition, recently asked the Calabasas City Council to find solutions that would allow more parking in the popular commercial zone. “The Coalition saved the integrity of Old Town about 17 […]

Patriotic parade

Park and ride