Drivers should stop ‘whining’ about tickets

I have been reading with great interest the comments regarding ticketing by law enforcement officers in our area. All I can say to the whiny folks that feel it is unfair to be ticketed for speeding, making a “California stop,” running yellow and red lights, not slowing in school zones when occupied by kids, changing lanes without proper signaling, etc. […]

Bruce Kurnik

Bill Dalton, manager of Coldwell Banker’s Agoura/Oak Park office, recently congratulated Bruce Kurnik for being awarded the International President’s Circle designation for exceptional sales performance in 2005. Bruce has been in real estate as an agent and broker for more than 18 years. During his career, Bruce has often been congratulated for his outstanding achievements. In addition, Bruce is a […]

Pavley will assist child safety seat inspections

California State Assemblywoman Fran Pavley (DWoodland Hills) will be joined by the California Highway Patrol and the Los Angeles County Sheriff ‘s Office conducting inspections of child safety seats from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., March 18 in the parking lot of the Ralph’s Shopping Center, 23841 Malibu Road, Malibu. Safety inspection stations will be set up and staffed […]

Library cooks up green eggs and ham

Summer school registration to open soon at CSUN

Cal State Northridge’s Roland Tseng College of Extended Learning is sponsoring registration for those who want to take university credit courses during the summer semester but are not officially enrolled at the university. CSUN offers three summer sessions: June 5 through Aug. 25, June 5 through July 14, and July 17 through Aug. 25. The summer class schedule and registration […]

Revenge of the trophy teen

First it was the Trophy Wife. Now the Perfect Trophy Life includes the Trophy Kid, complete with junior and juniorette’s perfect table manners, perfect report card and Vogue-perfect pictures. Jeanette Harvelle, for one, is hysterical. The Seattle mother rants that her daughter “only got a B” in math. The distraught mother concludes that her daughter must now attend a public […]

The ticketing has become a pattern

Predatory and abusive ticketing seems to be the norm in the vicinity of Agoura High School and Ralphs shopping center. The same deputy seems to ticket dozens of parents who are simply taking their kids to school or motorists heading to the shopping at Ralphs. Just what offenses are all of these drivers committing? Most seemed to be going about […]

Renee and Gary Rosen

Renee and Gary Rosen received the award for top sales for January at Prudential California Realty’s Thousand Oaks office. As dedicated real estate professionals, the Rosens have perfected the fine art of carefully listening to their clients’ requirements, an area they feel too many people frequently overlook. Together, they bring an extensive sales background, real estate financing experience and general […]

Contact your local Sheriff’s Department

From area code 818 (Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Chatsworth, Hidden Hills, West Hills or Westlake Village), please call (818) 878-1808. From area code 310 (Malibu or Topanga), call (310) 456-6652. Oak Park is located in Ventura County and is serviced by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department at (805) 494-8200.

Calabasas Historical Society to learn about pioneers

The Calabasas Historical Society will meet on Tues., March 21 at the city of Calabasas Library, 23975 Park Sorrento, Calabasas for a program on pioneers. For event time, please call Arlene Bernholtz at (818) 2225680. The public is invited to attend, and admission is free. Author Mary Lou Pozzo will present a discussion and slide show on her book “Founding […]

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