Weber, Koehler, Schwarz win Agoura Hills election

Experience mattered to Agoura Hills voters when they cast their votes for city council on Tuesday. Incumbent Denis Weber won his fourth term on the council with 2,841 votes, or 22.3 percent. Weber, a bank vice president, also will start a new term as Mayor of Agoura Hills in January. William Koehler and Harry Schwarz, both longtime city planning commissioners, […]

Shopping center makes a point

Calabasas: no on developmen

Inn and spa resort is defeated

Calabasas voters decided against annexation of the controversial Malibu Valley Inn and Spa, a proposed 342,000-square-foot resort development that would be built on unincorporated Los Angeles County land at the northwest corner of Mulholland Highway and Stokes Canyon Road. Measure C, a nonbinding advisory measure, was denied 3,311 votes, or 59.59 percent, to 2,245 votes, or 40.41 percent. Voters approved […]

Prize-winning photo is no small feat

Dave Moorman earns seat on school board

Iser and Whitehead reelected

Voters in Las Virgenes Unified School District returned two incumbents and elected one newcomer to the board of education on Tuesday. Four candidates ran for three school board seats. The newest member is Dave Moorman, a tireless fundraiser and volunteer for the local public schools. Incumbents Cindy Iser, a Calabasas attorney, and Gordon Whitehead, an Agoura Hills certified public accountant, […]

Event a success

Heroic firefighters, great weather, donated food and grateful families—the perfect combination for a wonderful community barbecue on Oct. 29 as approximately 1,000 people came to Deerhill Park in Oak Park to say thank you for a job well done to firefighters from Los Angeles County, Ventura County and the city of Los Angeles. I’d like to personally thank many of […]

Lowe’s environmental report out

The draft of the environmental impact report for the Lowe’s development was released to the public on Tuesday, Westlake Village city officials said. Anyone wishing to view a copy of the document may do so at the Westlake Village City Hall at 31200 Oak Crest Drive or on the Internet at www.wlv.org. The public will have 45 days to submit […]


•Lowe’s developer Charles Rotkin will not release the results of his mailing campaign at the January town hall meeting in Westlake Village. Rotkin instead will release the information at an upcoming city council hearing later in the month. •Kevin Barmasse, a former priest accused of sexual abuse and now living in Westlake Village, was admitted to the St. Luke Institute […]

Tuesday is recycling day

Tues., Nov. 15 is America Recycles Day and time to remember the world’s finite natural resources are still being depleted. When a new soda can is created, for instance, the production process emits toxic gases that pollute the air, land, and water. Recycling helps reduce this pollution. Over 70 million tons of material have been diverted away from landfills within […]

Chamber hosts mayor’s address

The Thousand Oaks-Westlake Village Regional Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a luncheon and Mayor Mark Rutherford’s Westlake Village State of the City address beginning 11:30 a.m. Wed., Nov. 16 at Hyatt Westlake Plaza, 880 S. Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. The public is invited to attend. The deadline for reservations is tomorrow, Fri., Nov. 11, at a cost of $39 per […]