Disagrees with proposed RV parking ordinance

In response to your article of May 22, “Calabasas tunes up its RV law,” the city of Calabasas is trying to pass a new 24-hour street parking ordinance. A DMV 72hour street parking restriction already exists. This ordinance would require a person to obtain a permit to load or off load a recreational vehicle within 24 hours. Most people agree […]

Chris Johnson

Chris Johnson was welcomed to Prudential California Realty’s Moorpark office by Broker/owner Bob Majorino and Manager Dave Ward. As a resident of this area for 12 years, Johnson enjoys sharing with his clients everything they need to know about Ventura real estate, including the information they need to make informed decisions in buying or selling a property. Johnson is a […]

Concert in park draws picnic revelers


THURS., JUNE 19 Beautiful Bonsai Conejo Valley Bonsai Society meets 7:30 p.m., community center Westlake Village City Hall, 31200 Oak Crest Drive. Workshop for members, guests. (805) 495-7480. FRI., JUNE 20 ‘Pippin’ Camarillo Community Theatre presents musical “Pippin,” 8 p.m., 330 Skyway Drive (inside airport). Through July 27. 8 p.m. Fridays & Saturdays. 2 p.m. Sundays. For ages 12 and […]

Habitat for Humanity receives $1,000

Cats makes good, loveable pets

Cats can provide benefits that other pets can’t. Following are some reasons to adopt a cat: •Having a cat fights depression and loneliness. •Cats are entertaining to watch and fun to play with. •Cats provide companionship. •Cats are independent and can be left alone while their owner is at work. •Cats are comfortable in small spaces like apartments. •Cats are […]

A deserving trophy

Thank you to Smith’s Trophies. 1993 is my first memory of meeting Joe and Betty Smith back when my eldest son Sam was playing soccer, then hockey in elementary and middle school. I was always the “trophy” mom and each season I was challenged to get the tallest, best and coolest trophy that was available, which wasn’t hard once I […]

Brookside kids share their soles

Students at Brookside Elementary School in Oak Park learned last month how a simple pair of shoes can make a huge difference in a child’s life. The school’s student council, an elected group of 18 fourth- and fifthgraders, wanted to do a community service project to help other kids. Through their teacher advisers, Mary Jane Weaver and Paula Stromquist, the […]

Agoura Hills City Calendar

The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services will hold two sports programs this summer. •”Sports Club” for children ages 6 to 10 will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday at Sumac Elementary School, 6050 Calmfield Ave. Schedule and prices are: June 30 to July 3: Flag football, $140. July 14 to July 18: […]

Women’s club awards scholarships

The Scholarship Committee of Westlake Women’s Club awarded $20,000 in scholarship funds and music awards to graduating seniors from the seven Conejo Valley high schools and communication schools. The awards this year include a new scholarship, which was presented to Angelina Vitto of Newbury Park High School. Shi Tong Cassy Wang of Thousand Oaks High School received the Westlake Women’s […]

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