Maurer seeks second term on council

With environmental and public safety issues at the forefront of her campaign, Mayor Mary Sue Maurer is looking to cinch another term on the Calabasas City Council. Maurer was elected to the council in 2005. She, along with Mayor Pro Tem Jonathon Wolfson and Councilmember James Bozajian, is up for reelection on March 3. Dale Reicheneder and Bob Sibilia are […]

Surf City, here they come

College practice test offered

A free Princeton Review exam will be given from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sat., Feb. 21 at Juan Bautista de Anza Park, 3701 Lost Hills Road, Calabasas. The test is designed for students in grades nine through 12. It will help students see how they will do on spring standardized tests without affecting their college records. To register, call […]


A burglar caused $450 when they broke into a home and stole two candles worth $100. The incident occurred in the 22440 block of Founders Drive Feb. 4. Someone stole a $220 iPod from a pickup truck parked in the 28360 block of Laura La Plante Drive Feb. 3. A car burglary involving the theft of a $300 iPod occurred […]

Bring back Bob

I would like to thank Bob Sibilia for making the decision to run once again for the City Council of Calabasas. We need him back. Bob shares our family’s beliefs that Calabasas must remain a family-oriented town where we can enjoy a close and caring community, one where families enjoy raising their children, knowing that the leaders of our community […]

More than 300 Agoura volunteers recognized at annual city ceremony

Volunteers are the heartbeat of the city. On Feb. 11, Agoura Hills paid tribute to the more than 300 volunteers who donate thousands of hours of time and expertise to a wide range of city programs. The 21st annual Volunteer Recognition ceremony was held at Agoura Hills City Hall. Mayor Denis Weber said the city’s volunteer force “just gets bigger […]

Remember to take your Acorn on vacation

Don’t forget to share your vacation with other Acorn readers. It’s easy. Take a front page of any edition of the Acorn the next time you go on vacation. Have someone hold the front page so it’s visible in the photograph with the background depicting scenery of wherever you are. Whether you’re going to Dubuque, Disneyland or Dubai, you can […]

High School Highlights

All events (subject to change) are listed by name, location and time if provided. Agoura Chargers Fri., Feb. 20: Naviance course requests due Comedy Sportz/G building/ 6 p.m. Thurs., Feb. 26: Pep rally Calabasas Coyotes Fri., Feb. 20: El Camino swim team practices/pool/5:30 a.m. African drummers/lower quad/12:05 p.m. Anthropology/room M11/2 p.m. Spring musical rehearsals/ theater/2:55 p.m. Mon., Feb. 23: El […]

Synagogue offers resources for job seekers

The Conejo Jewish Job Support is a new community outreach program for those seeking employment which meets from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. every Tuesday, starting Feb. 24, in the Chosen Cup room, Temple Adat Elohim, 2420 E. Hillcrest, Thousand Oaks. The group is free and open to the public, regardless of religious affiliation. Coffee and bagels will be provided. Guests […]

Reelect Bozajian

I first met James Bozajian during his initial campaign for the Calabasas City Council. I was both amazed and impressed by the depth of knowledge he accumulated about the issues affecting the city in anticipation of that campaign. During the 12 years he served as council member and the three terms he served as mayor, James continued to build on […]

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