Ballot measure will give voters say on open space

By Michael Picarellapic@theacorn.com On Nov. 8, Calabasas voters will be asked just how much they value the city’s open space. Last week, the Calabasas City Council approved placing a measure on the November ballot that asks city residents whether or not a change in open space designation should require two-thirds voter approval. “(The city council) considers open space so important […]

Olympic champ launches swim program

Four-time Olympic Gold Medalist Lenny Krayzelburg joined local athletes recently at the Milken Jewish Community Center (JCC) in West Hills for the grand opening of the first Lenny Krayzelburg Swim School in the nation. Krayzelburg began his swimming career training at a Valley JCC pool. The school will initially open two programs, one at the Milken JCC and at the […]

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Summertime dangers are avoidable

During the summer, emergency rooms and urgent care clinics see an increase in patients with common ailments–many of them preventable. Here are a few of the more common summertime bumps, bruises and breaks that keep doctors and nurses busy during the not-so-lazy days of summer. •Broken bones–Skateboarders and bikers not wearing helmets and arm, leg and knee pads continue to […]

Country Club Estates at Moorpark Is Taking Luxury to a New Level

In keeping with Toll Brothers’ countrywide reputation, the homes of Country Club Estates are extraordinary in every detail, including designs, appointments and craftsmanship of the finest caliber. The luxury of the homes is compounded by the charms of small town life, the safe streets and the excellent schools that Moorpark offers. The community’s luxury lifestyle is enhanced by its private […]

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