2008-11-20

Still opposing the new school



Last Wednesday, the Agoura Hills City Council voted 4-to-1 in favor of a development agreement with the Heschel West Day School: In exchange for further concessions from the school, the city agreed not to block the development in court. I appreciate the difficult position of the council members and respect their position. Yet voting in favor of the agreement was […]

Cul-De-Sac Home



This home is on a cul de sac and has four bedrooms, three and a half baths. The kitchen has a center island and granite counters. The home features French doors, recessed lights, surround sound and a threecar garage. The backyard has a child-safe fenced pool and spa, and a grassy area, a Viking barbecue and a refrigerator. For more […]

Ride-on, Trailfest



Equestrians can ride the trails through Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills during Ride On Therapeutic Horsemanship Trailfest starting at 9 a.m. Sat., Nov. 22. For driving directions and more information, call Sara at (805) 375-9078.

Datebook



THURS., NOV. 20 Fifth Annual Holiday Boutique From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m . today and Friday at Horizon Hills campus, 33 Greta St., Thousand Oaks. 35 vendors sell unique, personalized items. Proceeds support nonprofit Conejo Valley Adult Education Parenting Program. Phone: 805.630.4973 Contact: Stacey Email: PTRSTCY@msn.com Time: 9:00 a.m. Date: 11/20/2008 Royal Boys’ Soccer Presents Comedy Luau 6 to […]

Area cross country programs head back to Mt. SAC



After running countless miles this fall, many local high school cross country teams are now only one step away from a trip to the CIF State Championships. During the CIFSouthern Section Cross Country Prelims at Mount San Antonio College in Fresno last Saturday, several area schools posted times good enough to move on to the CIF-SS Finals this Saturday at […]

Santa pays special visit to The Oaks for holiday lighting



HO HO HO—Santa Claus greets the Dorfman family of Calabasas—from left, Leslie, David, Maya, 4, and Karli, 6, a Lupin Hill Elementary School student—upon his arrival during the official holiday tree lighting in the new open-air section of The Oaks mall on Nov. 15 in Thousand Oaks.

At school, good food costs money



There were a couple of questions that seemed to be raised in a recent article that I would like to clarify related to the child nutrition program in the Oak Park schools. Two years ago, with the help of a committee comprising parents, educators and pediatricians, Oak Park developed a policy related to student wellness. This policy set goals for […]

Closed In Less Than Thirty Days



Roy and Dee Dee Belson have recently sold their listing in Morrison Ranch Highlands at 29508 Ridgeway. The home closed escrow in less than 30 days. Re/Max Estates has sold more real estate in Morrison Highlands in 2008 than their competitors. The Belsons’ attitude is positive in the present market. Roy Belson’s motto is if you want representation with top […]

Rotary to serve seniors on Thanksgiving



The Rotary Club of Calabasas will host the 20th annual Thanksgiving dinner for senior citizens from noon to 2 p.m. Thurs., Nov. 27 at the Sagebrush Cantina, 23527 Calabasas Road. Approximately 500 seniors from local senior, assisted living and retirement centers throughout the San Fernando Valley are expected to attend. Councilmembers Dennis Zine, 3rd District, and Greig Smith, 12th District, […]

Asian Themes Inspire Pacific Rim Homes



Elyssa Parton, owner of Pacific Rim Home, recently hosted an open house for author and designer Barbara Bacigalupi, who shared her inspiration and path for achieving happiness, tranquility and prosperity. After losing her home in an Oakland fire, Bacigalupi changed careers from a nationally recognized business consultant to an artist creating UMANObeads jewelry for the home to inspire the spirit. […]


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