2006-07-06

Picnic in the park



GOOD EATS-Left, Sandy Wedgworth of Westlake Village and Chuck Natcher of Oak Park dig into an outdoor buffet during the Music in the Park concert at Oak Canyon Community Park in Oak Park on Saturday. Below, Brookside Elementary School kindergarten student Moon Lijewski, 5, balances a Frisbee during the afternoon event.

Acorn canine story went barking up the wrong tree



This letter is a late response to the June 15 article “Canines must wear microchips.” First, the title of the article was terribly misleading. The primary purpose of the ordinance amending Section 10 of the Animals of Los Angeles County Code was to address pet overpopulation with mandatory spay/neutering for pups over 4 months. Mandatory microchipping was a secondary concern […]

Gaye McLean



Century 21 Adobe Realty announced that Century 21 Real Estate Corporation recently recognized Gaye McLean as one of the company’s top producers nationwide when it honored her with the company’s coveted Ruby level Century 21 Masters Award. Ruby level status is awarded to an agent who has met a minimum sales production. A gold-plated lapel pin with a ruby accent […]

Triangle Ranch put on hold



Developer ‘surprised’ that custom homes aren’t desired A decision on Triangle Ranch, a custom home development proposed for an area off Kanan and Cornell roads, was indefinitely postponed last week by the Los Angeles County Department of Regional Planning. The Cornell Preservation Organization (CPO) took a lead role in opposing the project, which neighbors Agoura Hills, and sent a bus […]

Art benefits library



EMERGING TALENT-Katie Harp, 13, and Sasha Stillman, 15, of Calabasas are two of about 20 students to exhibit their work at the Youth Art Show held at the Calabasas library recently. The event, which supports Friends of the Calabasas Library, included a dance performance and two student-produced short films.

Indian Hills school names new principal



After 19 years as assistant principal at Agoura High School, Jeanette Ober has accepted the principal post at Indian Hills High School, a continuation school in Calabasas for students who are at risk of not graduating. Ober said she is looking forward to working with students on a more individual basis and hopes that she can help them to solve […]

Ventura County Fair Academic Rodeo expands



The annual Academic Rodeo at the Ventura County Fair has announced a new division of the competition known as “The Ponies.” Teams of children in fourth and fifth grades are now invited to compete in this annual summertime academic challenge. The Academic Rodeo is a team competition for children now in, or having just completed grades four and five for […]

Lowe’s brings good intentions



As a resident of Westlake Village for 16 years, I carefully studied the Town Center plans and concluded they are outstanding, bringing wonderful features together while also addressing environmental concerns. Our lovely community has yearned for additional dining and shopping and this is our opportunity to welcome both. I’m pleased by the prospect of voting this project into reality in […]

An Exquisite Traditional Estate



This exquisite upscale traditional in gate-guarded Lake Sherwood is on a .99acre lot with premium view overlooking Sherwood. This home has 9,967 square feet of luxury living with 6bedrooms and 7.5-baths. The entry features soaring ceilings and travertine tile, custom molding and judges paneling throughout. Highlights of the huge gourmet kitchen are a dual sub Zero, six-burner Viking range with […]