THURS., MARCH 6 Career Faire Conejo Valley Unified School District Career Faire, 6 to 8 p.m., main ballroom, Westlake Hyatt Plaza Hotel, 880 S. Westlake Blvd. Local companies host displays, provide information about careers, internships, jobs. For CVUSD students grades 8 to 12. Cita Ricafort (805) 498-3676, ext. 1101. Don’t Forget To RSVP Reservations due for Westlake Women’s Club business-luncheon […]

Deputies, firefighters and volunteers honored at public safety day

Calabasas city tradition began in 1994

Sheriff’s deputies, firefighters and citizen volunteers received a hearty thanks from the community at a Feb. 26 public safety employees appreciation luncheon in Calabasas. The city has been hosting the event since 1994. It was held at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center. The idea was started by Calabasas Mayor James Bozajian, who was then a member of the Calabasas Police […]

Plans begin for new roundabout at Kanan and Agoura roads

Boyle Engineering will design traffic circle

A traffic circle, or roundabout being planned for the intersection of Kanan and Agoura roads in Agoura Hills will be designed by Boyle Engineering Corporation, a Venturabased firm, city officials announced The oneyear, $224,000 contract was approved by the Agoura Hills City Council at a Feb. 27 meeting. According to city engineer Ramiro Adeva, Boyle Engineering beat out three other […]

Spring forward

It’s that time of year again. Daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m. Sun., March 9. In previous years the change was in April, but last year it was moved to March. The time change begins on the second Sunday in March and ends the first Sunday in November. Before you go to bed this Saturday be sure to move […]

Gallagher named to community foundation board

Author, publisher and speaker Tim Gallagher has been elected to the Ventura County Community Foundation Board of Directors. His term began in January. Gallagher is president of 20/ 20 Consulting in Westlake Village, specializing in reputation enhancement and building Internet-focuses businesses. The Ventura County Community Foundation is a family of charitable funds whose combined assets exceed $110 million. Gallagher spent […]

Mountains Conservatory announces new leadership

The Santa Monica Mountains Conservatory announced recently the election of its new officers for 2008-09. Ronald P. Schafer, superintendent of the Angeles District of California State Parks, will serve as chair. Antonio Gonzales will serve as vice chair. Schafer has been the superintendent of the Angeles District of California State Parks since 2003. In a more than 30year career with […]

Calabasas wins traffic lawsuit

Mulholland signal was contested

The Calabasas City Council won a lawsuit that was filed against the city last summer regarding the installation of a traffic signal at the intersection of Old Topanga Road and Mulholland Highway. Toby Keeler and Elizabeth Stephens filed the suit with the Los Angeles Superior Court on June 18, 2007, claiming the council was incorrect when it found the installation […]


•Deena Parry was not identifield as being a member of the Oak Park Municipal Advisory Council when she wrote a letter to the editor titled, “Not informed about fluoride,” in which she criticized the Metropolitan Water District for failing to disclose the full chemical contents of the water that it sells. •A Jan. 31 article about the Community Learning Center’s […]

Radio operators become certified

Republican women welcome Pepperdine leaders