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People that complain about traffic enforcement in our community has become annoying. In a letter last week, an outraged Calabasas resident fumed over police officers that “are ticketing for any traffic violation” and even provided several examples of those out of control cops in action. Based on my experience, the drivers written about on Reyes Adobe and the 101 were […]

Edna Murphy And Jeanne Archer

Recently at the annual installation of officers for Conejo Valley Board of Realtors, Edna Murphy received her 30-year service pin. Murphy started her real estate career on Long Island in New York in 1973, where she was the only woman realtor in her town. Soon after she moved to California, she earned her real estate license and was elected to […]

Bad economy? No problem, one city says

While the recession sends shudders across the state, the city finances of Calabasas remain built on bedrock

The city of Calabasas apparently didn’t see the memo that there’s a recession going on. Mayor Mary Sue Maurer reported in her Jan. 21 state of the city address that the Calabasas finances are weathering the storm nicely. The city budget even has a record $42 million cash balance in case the rainy days get worse “We have prepared our […]

Hospital group to learn about computers

Members of H2U (Health, Happiness, You), the organization formerly known as Friends of Los Robles Hospital, can take two levels of training to learn about computers. The computer classes, sponsored by Los Robles Hospital, will be at the medical center, 215 W. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. Classes require a Windows XP system. Each session will take place from 1 to […]

Balanced attack paying off for WHS

Warrior boys to face Newbury Park at home Friday night

Entering his 13th season as head coach of the Westlake High boys’ soccer team, Bill Propster didn’t know what to expect from his young Warrior roster. The coach knew there was skill on the pitch at WHS, but with only three returning varsity starters and a mish-mash of club and non-club athletes now on the top squad, getting that raw […]

Couple hears wedding bells

COUNTDOWN TO THE BIG DAY—Mark Allen Stein of Oak Park will marry Jamie Nicole Adkins in September. Mark is a graduate of Oak Park High School. Currently, the couple lives in Westlake Village.

Thankful for the sheriff’s patrols

In the past few months there have been a few letters in The Acorn complaining about the local law enforcement issuing tickets for speeding, failure to stop at intersections, and using a cellphone while driving. We take for granted that we live in community which is extremely safe. It is safe because it is so actively protected by the sheriff […]

Susan Stone

Susan Stone, a broker associate with White House properties, was congratulated this week by company President Marty Williams for her outstanding production during the last quarter of 2008. Stone participated in seven transactions, listing and selling one property in 20 days. She also has one escrow closing in January. A veteran of the depressed market in the San Fernando Valley […]

Oak Park school yards getting worn out by dogs

Oak Park school officials are frustrated by dog owners who continue to ignore the fact that their pets are not allowed on campus. With their fenced-in fields and play areas, the Oak Park school yards have recently become the place to go for pet owners who want to let their animals run free. Due to safety and sanitary issues, the […]


SAT., JAN. 31 Annual Rummage Sale Hosted by Thousand Oaks High School Baseball Boosters, 7 a.m. to noon, in front of the TOHS Performing Arts Building, 2323 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. Clothing, furniture, household items. Rain or shine. Contact: Carolyn Email: adamsduda@earthlink.net Time: 7:00 a.m. Date: 1/31/2009 Boy Scout Troop 722 Pancake Breakfast 9 to 11 a.m., Goebel Senior […]