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St. Patrick’s Day, a family affair

This year’s rain doesn’t mean drought is over

As we start into the dryer months of the year, the residents of Southern California will be faced with another year of water shortage even though we had an average year of rain. We could receive up to 30 percent less water this year than last year. Our water comes to us from as far away as Mt. Shaster in […]

Joanne Nelson

Top Listing Agent honors for December 2007 went to Joanne Nelson at Prudential California Realty’s Thousand Oaks Regional office. Nelson has long been in the top ranks for the company, consistently one of its highest achievers year after year. She sites hard work and consistency as the primary keys to her success. She wants to be there for everyone, all […]

Trees make a difference

Astronomers won’t space out

The Ventura County Astronomical Society will hold its monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m. Fri., March 21 in the multipurpose room at Mesa Union School, 3901 Mesa School Road in Somis. The speaker will be Dr. Marc Rayman, who has been with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory since 1986. Rayman’s presentation is titled “Now Flying Through a Solar System Near You: The […]

New publication in time for spring, summer weddings

$260 million market

3Digit Media, LLC, publisher of 805 Living magazine, has launched 805 Weddings, a guide for area brides that includes stylish options for fashion, jewelry, photography, flowers, invitations, caterers, registry ideas, ceremony and reception venues, and honeymoon destinations. The wedding market is worth an estimated $260 million annually in Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Los Angeles counties, according to […]

Squirrel of the Month

Parents advised to listen to their kids

For a parent, knowing one’s children are safe, happy and emotionally sound is a concern. A parent would want to be the first to know if their child is being traumatized by something at school or worse. Persontoperson communication is important for a child to feel able to confide in his or her parents. Often, however, parents don’t listen to […]

A reminder about property rights

Mr. Brothers seems to forget that private owners of existing open space (or other property) have a constitutional right to use their property in any way that is permitted by local zoning and other applicable laws. Mr. Brothers probably lives in a dwelling that was other people’s open space before it was developed. The elected members of the Agoura Hills […]