Lowe’s defeated

Lowe’s defeated The Lowe’s development was voted down by the Westlake Village City Council with a 2-2 vote Thurs., Jan.19 at city hall. The project needed a majority vote to pass. Council members Mark Rutherford and Philippa Klessig both voted in favor of the 227,000-square-foot development, while Mayor Pro Tem Jim Bruno and Mayor Susan McSweeney voted against the project. […]

Westlake Village names new transportation provider l

The city of Westlake Village has recently announced a change in provider for its subsidized transportation program. As of Jan. 15, the new provider is MV Transportation. Residents requiring service should call (818) 707-2900 to schedule a ride. MV Transportation vehicles are all handicapaccessible white minivans. The Senior and Disabled Transportation program serves Westlake Village residents over age 60 or […]

Historical ships coming soon

A touch of history will soon sail into Channel Islands Harbor as two historic tall ships visit from Feb. 8 through 15. As part of the 10th annual Tall Ships Visit, the Lady Washington and Lynx will make their grand arrival in Channel Islands Harbor at 2 p.m. Wed., Feb. 8. Free dockside tours of the ships will be available from […]

Calabasas girls’ basketball team ends long Marmonte winless streak

After years of Marmonte League misfortune, the Calabasas girls’ basketball team finally got its first ever league win last Friday night with a 46-43 victory at Agoura. Junior guard Tori Cusick led the Coyotes with 13 points and three assists. Senior guard Lindsay Marcus added nine points and three rebounds for CHS. The Coyote win ended a streak of 46 […]

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A Newbury Park Designer Home

This Newbury Park designer home offers recessed lighting, custom tile, granite, 3 fireplaces, gourmet kitchen with island, jet bathtub, all on a private gated street. For more information on this property listed at $1,675,000, call Chrystal Schoenbrun of Coldwell Banker Westlake Village Centre at (818) 991-9191.

Agoura Hills appoints new planning commissioners

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Illece Buckley Weber and John O’Meara became the newest members of the Agoura Hills Planning Commission, replacing long-time commissioners William Koehler and Harry Schwarz, who were elected to the city council in November. The planning commission is comprised of five volunteers, all residents of Agoura Hills. The city received nine applications to fill the commission posts. Three commissioners were reappointed […]

Wolfson family displays big heart

Most people know Jonathon Wolfson as a Calabasas City Council member. But in addition to his service to the city, Wolfson also gives back to the community by participating in a number of nonprofit charities, as does his sister, Patti Wolfson. The Wolfsons grew up in an affluent family in the San Fernando Valley, but learned early in life that […]

OPUSD hosts seminar to discuss AD/HD

The Oak Park Unified School District hosted a meeting last week for parents of children with attention deficit disorder (AD/HD) to discuss treatments and programs available for dealing with the complicated neurobiological disorder. The meeting was sponsored by the Special Education Advisory Council and the Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disoder (CHADD) organization. CHADD assists parents, professionals and adults […]