2006-09-28

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 […]

Calabasas sister city tour planned



An Qing, the Chinese sis- ter city of Calabasas, will host the fourth Huangmei Opera Festival in early November. The local Golden Key Cul- ture Center is commissioned by the city government of An Qing to organize a delegation from Calabasas and neighbor- ing areas to participate in the festival as special guests. The 12-day itinerary is de- signed to […]

ISWest branches out



With its main data center expected to hit full capacity by the end of this year, business broadband provider ISWest is building an additional 16,500-square-foot facility in Agoura Hills, company officials said. The ISWest expansion will cost between $2.5 and $3 million and is scheduled to open in April. “With so many great companies taking up residency along to 101 […]

Other local football matchups



Agoura (3-0) at Simi Valley (2-1) Outlook: Before the season started, Agoura head coach Charlie Wegher said his squad would be balanced on offense. So far, so good for the Chargers, who’ve rushed the ball 101 times and passed it on 71 occasions dur- ng victories over Ventura, Camarillo and Rio Mesa. AHS quarterback Doug Shumway has connected on 68 […]

Temple teaches Judaism basics



Temple Adat Elohim is offer- ing a 16-week course of instruc- tion on the basic principles and practices of Judaism, starting Thurs., Oct. 12 from 7 to 9 p.m. in classroom 5 at the temple, 2420 E. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. This course is designed for any person interested in knowing and understanding Judaism and Jew- ish life, including Jews […]

Anti-Islamic letter was hateful



In response to Larry Brown’s comments (“Deplores Islamic ‘barbarism’”), Islam can be a re- ligion of peace and tolerance like any other religion. Like Christian- ity, there has been transformation in time of certain periods of his- tory. What is important is to sepa- rate Islam and Islamism. Islam can be about peace, tol- erance, beauty, as it is about […]

Allan Argano



are working very hard to provide the best service to our clients and the commu- nity,” states Mr. Leko, Bro- ker/Owner of Adobe. “We are very proud of all of our associates. Everyone is constantly working to im- prove their knowledge and professionalism and keep- ing up with the newest tech- nology in an effort to serve their clients.” To […]

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 […]

Price was right for this ride



Lauren Marks is counting No. 20 her best birthday ever. The 2004 Calabasas High School graduate not only appeared on her favorite game show Sept. 11, she ended up winning big. Marks, who has been hooked on “The Price Is Right” since she was a child home sick from school, de- cided a trip to the show’s Westwood studios would […]

Westlake bank names new loan officer



Gilmore Bank has hired a commercial loan veteran, Dan Givens, to be in charge of lend- ing activities at the bank’s new Westlake Village office. Givens has 27 years of com- mercial, SBA and real estate lend- ing experience, having managed commercial operations for sev- eral Washington state banks, in- cluding Prime Pacific Bank in Kenmore, Pacific Northwest Bank in […]


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