2006-09-28

Agoura Hills marijuana dispensary closed

Some believe copier business was a front

The Conejo Wellness Center, a medical marijuana dispensary in Agoura Hills, has agreed to va- cate the Agoura Road office building by Oct. 23. A settlement agreement was reached between the owners of the building and Ri- chard Tavolieri, the alleged owner of the marijuana cooperative. All Brand Copiers and the Conejo Wellness Center are listed at the same address-29399 […]

2006 Acorn on Vacation Winner!



2006 Acorn on Vacation Winner! VIEW FROM THE TOP-Mike Steffen of Calabasas celebrates from the summit of 19,335-foot Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Mike, a 15-year-old Calabasas High School student, is joined by climbing partner Carl Ovsapyan, left. Kudos to Mike for packing his Acorn newspaper all the way to the top of the snow-tipped volcano. We know every ounce counts […]

Triunfo financial practices reprimanded

Water agency's liquid investments fell short

In an effort to prevent further moves that have cost taxpayers hundreds of thousand of dollars in expenses and lost earnings, the Triunfo Sanitation District voted to sever its investment manage- ment contract with Wells Fargo Investments/Allegiance Capital, and change from an actively traded portfolio to a hold strategy. The Triunfo board will ask Wells Fargo to refund high man- […]

New teachers of note



STRIKE UP THE BANDS-Oak Park has welcomed two new band teachers this school year: Tom Pavia, at Oak Park High School, and Elana Anatole, at Medea Creek Middle School. The two plan to work together and spread their enthusiasm for music to the students. Please see story on page 43A.

What H6 offers



All schools: Solar tech- nology, $1 million; phasing out portables, $600,000; Landscaping with drought- tolerant plants; $1.1 million. Administration build- ing: Modernize facility; $1.2 million. Brookside Elementary: New lunch shelter and new multipurpose building to house administration, kitchen, library and kinder- garten; $10.5 million. Medea Creek Middle School: New roofs, expand gym to add fitness room, new heating, ventilation and […]

Malibu Chamber cuts ribbon



The Malibu Chamber of Commerce and the Malibu Pa- trol private security company are hosting a ribbon cutting cer- emony and reception for the grand opening of the new Malibu Patrol office in the city. The event will be today, Sept. 28, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. It will be held at the Malibu Per- forming Arts Center Banquet […]

Malibou Lake resident challenges water district



Mary Altmann is channeling her contempt for the Agoura Vil- lage Plan, a 135-acre commercial development in Agoura Hills, by running for a Las Virgenes Mu- nicipal Water District board of directors seat. “I decided to run when I read that the Las Virgenes Water Dis- trict rubber-stamped the Agoura Village Specific Plan,” Altmann said. “The environmental impact report for […]

Reyes Adobe Days grand marshal named



The city of Agoura Hills has announced that celebrity resident Jenilee Harrison will serve as grand marshal for the second an- nual Agoura Hills Reyes Adobe Days parade next month. Harrison, who starred in many motion pictures and tele- vision productions including “Dallas,” is best known for her role as Cindy Snow in the ’70s hit comedy “Three’s Company.” Prior […]

Reyes Adobe Days seeks community involvement



Entry forms and tickets are now available for many of the featured events during Reyes Adobe Days, a three-day festival hosted by the city of Agoura Hills on Oct. 13 to 15. Businesses and organizations are invited to enter the Reyes Adobe Days parade on Sat., Oct. 14, a one- mile procession with Grand Mar- shal Jenilee Harrison that will […]

Be part of history



Is grandma’s old quilt still up in the attic and you don’t know what to do with it? Got a bunch of ancient do-hickies and you’re not sure what they are, but you know that they’re old? The city of Agoura Hills has created a wish list of period items it would like to acquire for the Reyes Adobe Historical […]