2005-11-03

Receiving a helping hand



Todd August for city council



I am pleased to endorse Todd August for Agoura City Council. Todd has taken the time to meet with many local leaders like myself, to review his thoughts on addressing complex issues, such as traffic congestion and sustainable funding for our schools. What comes through loud and clear is a passion and energy to try new ideas to tackle longstanding […]

California Living at its Finest



Nestled high atop the hills above Westlake Village, this private property offers abundant windows and slider doors to afford 180 degree views of the sunrise, Santa Monica mountains and the Westlake Village dam. The open floor plan allows California living at its finest. A double entry door leads to ground level living spaces with kitchen, dining room, living and family […]

If elected, Adam Lewis Guynes will focus on youth Election 2005



Adam Lewis Guynes hopes to make a difference for the youth of Agoura Hills if he’s elected to the city council on Nov. 8. Guynes, 20, a psychology student who resides with his parents, is one of six candidates running for three open city council seats. “I am running for city council because I think that there are some issues […]

Famous U-boat discovery to be discussed



New York Times bestselling author Robert Kurson will lecture on his nonfiction work “Shadow Divers,” at 7 p.m. Wed., Nov. 2 at the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, on the waterfront at the harbor, 113 Harbor Way, Ste. 190, Santa Barbara. The event, “An Evening with Robert Kurson,” is a fundraiser benefiting programs at the museum. “Shadow Divers” is the story […]

Medicare drug program will save money



A new study released shows that the amount of money that many low-income seniors spend on prescription drugs will fall nearly 90 percent under Medicare’s prescription drug coverage program. Medicare Tomorrow: Future Savings for Beneficiaries indicates that seniors who don’t qualify for Medicaid, but earn less than 150 percent of the federal poverty level (about $14,500 a year) will see […]

WHS boys’ water polo squad has little trouble with Calabasas



Ventura’s historic architecture focal point of weekend

Ventura is one of California

The San Buenaventura Conservancy will host the Ventura Architecture Weekend from Fri., Nov. 4 to Sun., Nov. 6. There will be a new event on Friday night, “Upstairs/Downstairs.” The 1892 Victorian Dudley House Interpretive Museum will be featured on Saturday and Sunday. Ventura is one of California’s oldest cities, founded 223 years ago by Father Junipero Serra. Ventura and San […]

Candidate speaks



I have spent much of my time during the past couple of months walking through Agoura Hills speaking to thousands of residents. Repeatedly, residents have voiced dissatisfaction with the current condition of our city. The questions that keep coming up are, “Why don’t we have a destination center of our own?” “Why, when Calabasas and Westlake give millions to LVUSD […]

First Neighborhood Traditional



This traditional, 2-story First Neighborhood Westlake Village residence is located on a cul-de-sac near a greenbelt leading directly to a park and elementary school. Features include four bedrooms (possibly five), a family room, two baths, downstairs den, a redone kitchen with a garden window, and french doors. The lush grounds offers a 3-car garage, cabana/gazebo, and a private child fenced […]


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