Former priest feels wrath of neighborhood

Past sins come back to haunt

“Warning! Alleged child molester lives near you.” The words on the flyer left little doubt as to why members of a group called Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) recently went door-todoor to speak with residents living on the 31000 block of Lindero Canyon Road in Westlake Village. Members and supporters of the priest abuse survivors’ group handed […]

$1 million raffle set to go

Raffle tickets are now on sale for a chance to win a $1 million Oak Park home or $1 million in cash, the largest raffle ever in the Conejo/Las Virgenes valleys. Proceeds will go to the Conjeo Jewish Day School in Agoura Hills. Tickets for the raffle are priced at $150 a piece. A maximum of 18,000 tickets will be […]

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Notice of Public Hearing and Intent to Adopt a Negative Declaration / Mitigated Negative Declaration The application described below has been filed with the City of Calabasas Community Development Department. This notice is being mailed to you because your property is located near the proposed project, your agency may be directly or indirectly affected by the project, or because you […]

Viewpoint hosts researcher

Viewpoint School in Calabasas recently hosted an appearance by Aaron White, PhD, alcohol researcher at Duke University Medical Center, as part of the Secondary School Committee’s Parent Education series. Speakers in this series will discuss adolescent issues with parents and give presentations to Viewpoint’s middle and upper school students during assemblies. White is a nationally-recognized biological psychologist. He discussed the […]

Religious Science church to open new facility

The Westlake Church of Religious Science will host the official grand opening of its new home at the Water Court at the 10 a.m. Celebration of Life service Sun., Nov. 6 at 880 Hampshire Road, Suites V and W, Westlake Village. A tour of the facility and reception will follow. The public is invited. According to Cherie Deeds, church music […]

Development hurts Calabasas

If the choice is between the Malibu Valley Convention Center and the 81 homes, let’s go with the 81 homes. Why? Because there won’t be 81 homes. The 81 homes are located on undevelopable land. Over half of them are in the Costal Zone. The Costal Commission doesn’t authorize destruction of natural resources and huge amounts of grading. Don’t forget […]

Remodeled and Upgraded Throughout

This warm, lovely tri-level 4bedroom and 2.5-bathroom home with over 1800 sq. ft. has been remodeled and upgraded from tip to top. It opens up to a wood floor entry and an inviting formal living room completed with plantation shutters, beautiful crown molding and a cozy fireplace. The informal family room has a sliding glass door to the rear yard […]

Models Boost Sales Success at Brentwood in Simi Valley

Gracious, estate-style living is brought to stunning heights in the exquisitely appointed models at Richmond American Homes’ fast-selling Brentwood in Simi Valley, an exclusive enclave of just 49 luxury homes situated on spacious lots averaging over one-quarter acre. “Brentwood presents a rare new luxury home opportunity in an upscale, in-town address, all of which is brought into dramatic focus in […]