2007-11-08

Kuperberg, Edelston reelected in Agoura



Voters on Tuesday returned incumbents Dan Kuperberg and John Edelston to the Agoura Hills City Council. Kuperberg captured 1,409 votes (35 percent), followed by Edelston with 1,371 votes (34 percent). Challengers Michael Forney and George Christopher Thomas garnered 619 and 599 votes respectively, or about 15 percent each. Thomas, 30, has run unsuccessfully for city council four times, starting in […]

Historical Society to discuss preservation ordinance



The public is invited to a discussion about the Historical Preservation Ordinance at 7 p.m., Thurs., Nov. 15 at the Calabasas Library, 23975 Park Sorrento, Calabasas. The Calabasas Historical Society and representatives of the city of Calabasas will be present at the event. “The ordinance would provide guidelines for defining, identifying, inventorying and designating historical districts and sites within the […]

Sumac Elementary School launches coupon book sale

Proceeds to support library, music and computer programs

Sumac Elementary School i s selling coupon books through Nov. 16 to raise funds for its computer, library and music programs. Each book contains twofor-one and up to 50-percent discount offers from local and national restaurants, entertainment venues, hotels and resorts. The San Fernando Valley and Conejo/Santa Barbara editions include offers for Ralphs grocery stores, Bristol Farms, Baja Fresh and […]

Pet of the Week



WELCOME- Homie, 3, a male shorthair gray tabby cat, needs a home. Homie can be adopted from the Agoura Animal Shelter at 29525 Agoura Road. To take Homie home, ask for ID No. A3742070. Occasionally pets have already been adopted, so please call (818) 991-0071 first or visit http:// animalcontrol.co.la.ca.us.

Why build a school in a fire area?



The fires that attacked all of Southern California should have a strong impact one more time on all of our lives. Are we prepared to evacuate quickly? Do we know what to take from our houses? Is there a meeting point for families? Is there a prepared list with all items to take? Is there a planned evacuation route and […]

Political Cartoon



This La Paz Model Home Is On A Cul-de-sac



This La Paz model home is on a cul-de-sac in Oakview Gardens. It has 3 bedrooms and 2.75 baths. There is a first-floor room that could be used as a den, study or office. The mirrored living room has French doors that lead to a private backyard. The home has an eat-in kitchen and a separate dining room. The community […]

Officials dedicate center at The Oaks



The new Malone Park and Community Center was dedicated Sun., Nov. 4 at The Oaks of Calabasas, a collection of multi-million-dollar homes in the scenic mountains at the sound end of Parkway Calabasas. New Millennium Homes, a private developer under the leadership of Lou Malone, acquired the 557home project in 1997 after the original builder, Baldwin Company, went bankrupt. With […]

Support for fire victims



AFTERMATH- Westlake Village resident Megan Winer gives a donation to volunteers Mateen Saffarian, 17, of Oak Park and Shayahn Zamyad, 15, of Calabasas for the Red Cross California Wildfire Relief Fund on Saturday in Westlake Village. The donations will help provide food, shelter and counseling for victims of local wildfires.

Freshman receives award for car poster



ART WINNER- Oak Park High School freshman Kori Denning, left, displays her third-place winning poster with art teacher Anna Lovejoy after an awards presentation by the Ventura County Transportation Commission at Camarillo City Hall last week. Denning received a $150 prize for her poster which addresses the theme “Give Your Car A Break in 2008.”


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