Lawsuit erupts over Malibu Inn and Spa development

Dispute arises over ballot measure

Brian Boudreau, a local developer who wants to build the Malibu Valley Inn and Spa in unincorporated Los Angeles and have it annexed by Calabasas, says the argument being used against his development on this fall’s sample ballot isn’t accurate. Boudreau said he tried to get the author of the opinion, Calabasas resident Mary Hubbard, to change the language on […]

Vendors needed

The Thousand Oaks Branch of American Association of University Women is seeking vendors for its Marketplace and Holiday Boutique scheduled for Sun., Oct. 23 at Gardens of the World in Thousand Oaks. Proceeds from the event will go to local scholarships, the educational foundation and legal advocacy fund. For information, please call Marsha at (805) 496-1463.

Hospital CEO makes patient safety priority

When Jim Sherman arrived at Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center last summer, the facility was in the midst of the largest expansion the hospital had ever seen. But that’s only the beginning, said Sherman, Los Robles president and chief executive officer. In addition to the changes he’s already implemented during his first 12 months on the job, Sherman says […]

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Agoura Hills A young man with a shaved head stole 30 bottles of Smirnoff vodka, valued at $400, from the Sav-on drug store at the 5600 block of Kanan Road on Aug. 22. According to witnesses, the man wasn’t alone. Two others in a van accompanied him. A burglar broke into a home on Garden Oaks Court and stole two […]

Article on CPR was beneficial

I enjoyed reading Daniel Wolowicz’s article “Safety experts say CPR a must.” As owner of Tri-County Training Center, I can attest to the difference CPR training makes. Earlier this year, we volunteered our time to train four PE coaches at A.C. Stelle Middle School in Calabasas to be AHA Heartsaver Instructors so they, in turn, could launch a CPR in […]

Oak Park 1-Story Home

This desirable singlestory in Oak Park has three bedrooms and two baths. The excellent floor plan offers a family room and fireplace off kitchen. Upgrades include newer windows and doors and recessed lighting. This home is walking distance to a lovely park. For more information on this home priced at $749,000, call Katie and Kathy White of Coldwell Banker, Westlake […]

Local students are a class act

Las Virgenes Unified School District opened fall classes yesterday with approximately the same number of students attending the three high schools, three middle schools and eight elementary schools as last year, officials said. Approximately 12,000 students are enrolled in the Las Virgenes district, which stretches from Hidden Hills to Westlake Village. Donald Zimring, LVUSD deputy superintendent, said that while the […]

Fall luncheon planned

The Westlake Village Republican Women Federated (WVRWF) will host a fall luncheon at noon, Fri., Sept. 16 at Chateau Pleasance, the home of Ed and Lynn Hogan in Lake Sherwood. Social time will begin at 11:30 a.m. Guest speaker will be Dr. Robert G. Kaufman, professor of public policy at Pepperdine University. Kaufman is an author of presidential biographies and […]

Speaker will discuss new lupus treatments

Dr. Boris Ratiner of Rheumatology Therapeutics Medical Center, Tarzana, will discuss “What is new in lupus treatments and research” at the next meeting of the Conejo Valley Lupus Support Group. The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tues., Sept. 6 at the East Campus of Los Robles Hospital, 150 Via Merida, Westlake Village. Ratiner teaches at the Northridge Hospital Family […]

Chabad offers classes in preparation for Jewish holidays

The Conejo Jewish Academy will offer a series of classes in preparation for the upcoming Jewish holidays. This special preholiday semester will help participants gain a better understanding of the meaning and tradition of the holidays. Unless otherwise noted, classes require a $10 fee and will be at the Academy, 30345 Canwood St., Agoura Hills. The classes include: “Days of […]