New offices dig in on Agoura Road

A large project under construction across from the Agoura Hills city hall and library will become the new home for several high tech companies, communication groups and research and development firms, according to the developers. The Agoura Hills Planning Commission approved the 76,710squarefoot, twostory office building in 2002. Brian Poliquin of Poliquin Kellogg Design Group in Woodland Hills said the […]

Democrats schedule events

Local Democratic Party groups have planned events for June. +The Democratic Club of Conejo Valley will meet at 6:30 p.m. Wed., June 13 at the Newbury Park Library, 2331 Borchard Road, Newbury Park. At 7 p.m. Emily Gold, field director for state Sen. Sheila Kuehl (D-Santa Monica), will give details of Senate Bill 840, the single payer health initiative. Also […]

Deli owners receive top Chamber award

The United Chambers of Commerce has selected Alex and David Lovi, owners of Agoura’s Famous Deli and the new Pickles Deli in Newbury Park as the organization’s small business owners of the year. The Lovis were nominated by the Agoura/Oak Park/Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce. The Agoura Deli has been in operation for more than 10 years on Kanan Road […]

Litten named Teacher of the Year

For the first time, an Oak Park teacher has been chosen Ventura County Teacher of the Year. Oak Park High School biology teacher Winnie Litten, 40, was honored on Tue., June 5 by a team of Oak Park and county educators and administrators, including Charles Weis, county superintendent of schools. Although Litten could not be there- she was in Paso […]

Walk your pup to the Pooch Parade

The 10th annual Pooch Parade will meander into Ventura on Sun., July 22 at the San Buenaventura State Beach Park in Ventura. All dogs are invited and may bring their masters with them. The event, hosted by the Canine Adoption & Rescue League (CARL), will feature a fundraising dog walk and pet expo which will support dog rescue, rehabilitation, adoption […]

Christmas radio drama wins award

The Every Now and Then Theatre has won a 2007 International OMNI Intermedia Award in the category of Radio Entertainment for their 17th annual adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol- A Ghost Story” with celebrity host Cheryl Ladd. More than 30 countries participated in the competition. The troupe now tallies 13 awards- three national and 10 international- since entering […]

Ken and Barbie Heller

Frances Lewis, sales manager of the Coldwell Banker Westlake Village Regional office, recently congratulated Ken and Barbie Heller for listing and sales transactions of more than $13.5 million with 42 combined units listed and sold during March and April 2007. Consistently ranked among the top producers for the Westlake Village Regional office, Ken and Barbie Heller are members of the […]

Death of Westlake Village man at LAX said to be suicide

Suicide was determined to be the cause of death of 57year-old Westlake Village resident Robert Lee Scoville, whose body was discovered in Parking Structure 3 at Los Angeles International Airport. At around 2:45 a.m. on May 1 an airport custodian on a break noticed a man slumped over the steering wheel of a late-model BMW parked at LAX, said Marshall […]

Republicans to host mixer

There will be a Republican Party mixer from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Wed., June 27 in the Jefferson/ Roosevelt rooms at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley. The speaker will be Dan Schnur, the founding partner of Command Focus. A political and media strategist, he has worked on four presidential and four gubernatorial campaigns. Items will […]

Residential real estate continues downward trend

April sales of Conejo Valley single-family homes totaled 122. This compares to 106 sold in March and 126 a year ago, according to Allen Reznick, president of Conejo Valley Association of Realtors. Median sales price for singlefamily homes in April was $796,052; last year it was $837,500. The median price is the point where half of the units sold for […]

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