Their choice is Carol Kirschbaum

I have lived in Westlake Village only five years, drawn here by the wonderful surroundings. But already I have seen commercial developments whose style I believe threatens our village environment. There is no doubt that we need a thriving business community to help pay the costs of the great city services we enjoy. But as a 35year participant in city […]

Stunning Architecture

This custom 1-story house has stunning architecture design, with 4bedroom plus office, or make five bedrooms. There is a large, flat private backyard. The house has high ceilings, skylights, clerestory windows, custom details, lots of built-ins, open floor plan, columned entry, oak tree, plantation shutters, wood floors and circular drive. The master is in separate wing. For more information on […]

Forney makes new bid in Agoura Hills

Michael Forney believes Agoura Hills residents and local business owners are ready for change. A candidate for City Council in the Nov. 6 election, Forney said his biggest challenge would be to repair the “disconnect” between the city government and its residents. “Throughout the campaign, I have repeatedly heard from Agoura Hills residents and small business who voice their frustrations […]

Habitat for Humanity supports work project

Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County is an official affiliate sponsor of Habitat for Humanity International’s 24th annual Jimmy Carter Work Project, which includes a $5,000 commitment to the project. In addition, several of the local affiliates’ volunteers will donate their time to the project next week. Habitat for Humanity’s Jimmy Carter Work Project is an annual event in which […]

Nutritionist joins magazine advisory board

Monika Klein, clinical nutritionist and owner of Coaching for Health, has joined the Conejo Valleybased Your Health Connection magazine’s advisory board. Klein contributes nutrition and wellness-related articles to the magazine. “People need to take a wellrounded approach to their wellbeing. Your Health Connection advocates that, as does my company Coaching For Health,” said Klein. Jessica Jamieson, managing editor of the […]

Special ed committee to meet

The Special Education Advisory Committee of Oak Park Unified School District will meet from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tues., Nov. 6 at the Oak Park Library community room, 899 N. Kanan Road, Oak Park. Rise Tyloch will share her insights into educating and parenting children with attentiondeficit (hyperactivity) disorder. Tyloch is a teacher and community advocate who has three children […]

Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills Thieves stole a $2,000 laptop computer and a $600 projector from a vehicle parked on Garden Oaks Court Oct. 23 Someone stole five DVDs valued at $100 from the Agoura Hills Blockbuster store on Kanan Road Oct. 23. Burglars took a $200 purse containing a $30 wallet and a $100 cellphone from a vehicle parked in the 29600 […]

Other voters are anti-Kirschbaum

In my opinion as an experienced sales guy, many of my fellow residents are being sold a bill of goods by Westlake City Council candidate Carol Kirschbaum. Don’t be fooled by the token words and a smile. Telling people that there are boat slips available at the lake when we all know that the waiting list is years long- that’s […]

A Beautiful Westlake Village Gated Home

Beautiful 1story Westlake Village gated home, everything was completely remodeled and taken all the way down to the studs. The chef’s kitchen has stainless steel appliances, custom cabinets, granite slab bullnosed counter tops and stone flooring, as well as a window that overlooks a private patio. The dining and living rooms both have raised ceilings. The living room has a […]

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