Support Lowe’s

As a Westlake Village resident, I’d like my neighbors and my city council to know that I support the Town Center at Westlake Village and urge them to support this fantastic project as well. I‘m proud to call Westlake Village home, and after visiting www.TownCenterWLV.com, I’m confident that our prospective new neighbor will maintain our community’s beauty and style. An […]

Take Your Acorn on Vacation

Terri Arias and Terry Moerler

Terry Moerler and realtor partner, Terri Arias, of Aviara Real Estate, recently attended a course, “Effective Negotiating for Real Estate Professional,” give by instructor Debbie Rodgers, ABR, GRI. The objective of the course was to master and implement the skills and techniques involved in overcoming negotiating barriers. Positional bargaining and value negotiating are the two commonly recognized platforms for negotiating. […]

Community mourns loss of Lesley Devine

Former mayor called one of the

Lesley Devine, a founding member of the city of Calabasas and longtime advocate for the community’s parks and open space, passed away on Jan. 5 folowing a long bout with cancer. She was 63. Until last year, Devine had served on every city council since incorporation in 1991 and was perhaps known best for her leading role in the fight […]

Luxury travel expo comes to Camarillo

Classic Travel, a Virtuoso agency, will host its sixth annual Luxury Travel Expo on Sun., Jan. 15 at Spanish Hills Country Club in Camarillo. Specials, on-the-day discounts, door prizes and a grand prize will be offered. Classic Travel, in its 19th year of operation, has two retail offices in Ventura County— Westlake Village and Ventura— and offers travel planning services […]

Clear home title before selling

Buying a new home in today’s market is a competition. Good homes usually sell quickly, which means potential buyers must be ready to submit a contract quickly when they find the right house. If you’re a buyer and already own a house, purchasing a new one is often contingent on selling your existing house. Carrying two mortgages is difficult if […]

Oak Park girls’ basketball squad searching for an inside presence

Eagles win league opener over Carpinteria, 45-6 mtr

And the streak goes on. In its Tri-Valley League opener Tuesday night at Carpinteria, the Oak Park girls’ basketball team extended its league winning streak to 55 consecutive games with a 45-6 victory over the Warriors. Julie Shiebler led the Eagles with 11 points. Meg Staab added nine points for OPHS. “The defense really kicked in tonight,” head coach Bob […]

Shop locally

My husband and I, inveterate home improvement people that we are, are excited to learn that the Lowe’s is to be a part of a new Town Center. No longer will we be spending time and money in Newbury Park or Chatsworth. We will now be able to shop at a destination in our own village. We remember the furor […]

The Literacy Network Of Greater La Teams With Ktla And Shea Homes For Public Service Campaign

According to WondersOfReading.org, in Southern California, four out of five third-grade students cannot read at the third-grade level. In an effort to correct that situation and improve literacy among all children, The Literacy Network of Greater Los Angeles has teamed with KTLA-TV, The WB and Shea Homes to launch a public awareness campaign that encourages parents to “Read With Your […]

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