More signs to the rescue

Traffic remains a top concern for Calabasas residents and this week the city plans to install two newstop signs on Paul Revere Drive at Liberty Bell Road to help solve the intersection’s peak hour gridlock. Previously, only Liberty Bell Road had a stop sign at the intersection. A pair of yield signs controlled Paul Revere Drive. According to Robert Yalda, […]

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SUMMONS (CITACION JUDICIAL) NOTICE TO DEFENDANT: (AVISO AL DEMANDADO) Patricia Louise Kanan Trustee of the Patricia Louise Kanan Trust Dated April 19, 1999; Terry O. Herrick, an individual; Joseph Patrick Hopkins, an individual; Patricia Kathleen Kanan, an individual; Judy Jeanette Kanan, an individual; Chicago Title Company, a Missouri corporation; Colony Foods, Inc., a Californian corporation; Foodmaker, Inc., a Delaware corporation; […]

New track does not disappoint

It’s unlikely that 10 years down the line the students who step foot on Oak Park High’s recently completed all-weather track will be aware of just what went into making the quarter-mile stretch of red rubber a reality. For them it will already be a fixture of life. Any talk of “dirt surfaces” or “week-long rain outs” will be dismissed […]

Let city, not the voters decide Lowe’s

Let the Westlake Village City Council decide the Lowe’s proposal. We elect the city council members for a reason—to evaluate facts and make the best decisions possible on numerous matters affecting WLV. Let’s let the process run its course before resorting to the expense and inevitable confusion of a general election. Nothing has happened to lead us to believe that […]

One of the Best Curb Appeal Landscapes

The Gallery is the quiet gem tract of Dos Vientos. It’s close to recreation, park and hiking, with ocean views just minutes from the home. This 4bedroom, 3-bath Newbury Park home has one of the best front curb appeal landscapes which shows pride of ownership. Enjoy the timeless elegance of the 2-story as it greets you with a dramatic formal […]

Agoura teen has her eye on the sky

Outside the window of Camarillo Airport’s Waypoint Café, a summertime haze hangs over the small propeller-driven planes parked along the asphalt runway. And even though it’s the type of weather that grounds most recreational pilots, 14-year-old Jessica Brook prods her dad, Gary Brook, to do the one thing she loves to do most—fly. With blue eyes, blonde hair and a […]

Dancing makes good exercise

Long time coming


According to Agoura Hills’ resident race car driver, Tim Huddleston, there are two things a person needs to get started in racing: 1) a big stack of money and, 2) an even bigger stack of friends. Huddleston said he’s fortunate to have started his career with the latter and, today, thanks to the success of his racing and his racingrelated […]

Pleased with our superintendent

I just returned from the Agoura/ Oak Park/Las Virgenes Chamber of Commerce networking breakfast. I very much enjoyed meeting again Dr. Sandra Smyser, new superintendent of the Las Virgenes Unified School District (LVUSD) and welcome her to the Conejo Valley. In her comments, she brought out an important point— her introduction to education a few years ago when special education […]

Rosemary Allison

Rosemary Allison of Century 21 America was recently congratulated for being one of the top individual producers in 2005 at its midyear awards. “Century 21 America is pleased to recognize Rosemary Allison with this honor. Rosemary is a leader and innovator, empowering local homebuyers and sellers with valuable information, helping them to make informed real estate decisions,” said Richard L. […]

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