2006-06-22

Agoura valedictorian leaves classmates inspired



Zac Byer, one of 12 valedictorians honored at Agoura High School’s graduation ceremony last week, presented a moving speech to the Class of 2006 and the many families and friends in attendance. To earn the honor of valedictorian, students must complete numerous honors and advanced placement tests, and end their eighth semester of high school with a minimum grade point […]

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Not happy with Agoura Village



Among the many traffic issues in the Agoura Village Specific Plan, there is one that is being whitewashed with very weak rationale and misleading explanations by the city and its consultants. It concerns the roundabout at the intersection of Kanan and Agoura roads. It is an established fact that Kanan Road is the single major county arterial thoroughfare between PCH […]

Kevin Godley



Kevin Godley of Re/Max Olson & Associates Inc., North Ranch office in Westlake Village, has been commended by broker/owner Todd C. Olson and President Keith Myers for his sales production in April with sales totaling over $2.2 million. He also received accolades for achieving “Chairman Circle” status for 2005. This honor places him in the top 2 percent of Re/Max […]

Town buckles under pressure



Oak Park sidewalks show their age If the residents of Oak Park had asked the famous children’s author Shel Silverstein where the sidewalk ends, he would probably have given them a far different answer than the one they got from the Public Works Agency of Ventura County. Residents feel the agency’s policy toward sidewalk maintenance in Oak Park is unjust […]

Best-selling author visits T.O.



Author Tom Wolfe covered a variety of topics during his recent talk at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, including the meaning of life. “What is it all about? What does life really mean?” Wolfe questioned the audience. Religion doesn’t provide hope, Wolfe said. It’s simply more convincing than hope. “People in the West no longer believe in God,” Wolfe […]


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