Award for civic center

The Calabasas Civic Center was named a 2009 Project of the Year by the Ventura County Chapter of the American Public Works Association. The award honors “outstanding public works projects,” and was presented at a luncheon on Feb. 12. Members of the city staff made a 15minute presentation to the association membership. The civic center is now eligible for the […]

Time to register for T-ball

Registration for the spring 2009 T-Ball and Coach-Pitch leagues will be held until Mon., March 9, or until the leagues are full, at Juan Bautista de Anza Park, 3701 Lost Hills Road, Calabasas. T-Ball is open to children ages 5 and 6. Coach-Pitch is open to children ages 7 and 8. Ages are based on the age of the child […]

A New Way To Plug Into The Local Community

MyRingtail.com is a new community website where the neighbors from North Ranch, Westlake Village, Lake Sherwood, Calabasas and Hidden Hills can view and share recommendations for their favorite contractors, restaurants, service providers, shops, products and more. Everyone from all communities are invited to view the posted recommendations and the special offers from local businesses.

Emergency care for pets

Here are some tips to increase a pet’s chance of a speedy recovery in case of injury: •Get the pet out of harm’s way. If the pet was involved in a traffic accident, move the animal to the side of the road with slow, deliberate movements. Don’t scare the already frightened animal. •Call a veterinarian. Do not administer fluids or […]

Maria Antoinette Brous

October 16, 1940

October 16, 1940 — February 20, 2009   Our beloved wife and mother, Maria Antoinette, was suddenly taken from us, but now rests peacefully amongst God and the Angels. Maria came to Los Angeles from San Antonio, Texas in 1965, and she has lived in Agoura Hills for 37 years. During that time period, she married and had two devoted […]

The blame game

Sharili Brown admits to partisan politics and appears to have no qualms with it being used to pin blame for this economic crisis. It is patently false to state that there was no lowering of standards. When one does not have to provide a credit history or verify employment to secure a loan that is a lowering of standards, and […]

Oak Park tennis courts to get makeover

Oak Park High School’s tennis courts will be resurfaced in May. The $60,000 job will be split by the school district and Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District as part of a joint use and maintenance agreement between the districts. The courts are used for Oak Park High School tennis teams, group classes, individual lessons, camps, adult leagues and by […]

Dance revolution

Important To Own Proper Fire Insurance

High temperatures and drought conditions are combining to boost fire risks in much of the country, including Southern California. That makes it more important than ever to ensure that one’s personal fire insurance is adequate. Most policies cap their coverage, even on extended replacement policies, to a percentage of the structural limits. A policy that promises $500,000 in structural coverage […]

Pet of the Week

SWEETHEART—Talia, 8, a female dilute Tortie shorthair cat, was surrendered by her owner. Talia can be adopted from the Agoura Animal Shelter at 29525 Agoura Road. To take Talia home, ask for ID No.3938444. Occasionally pets have already been adopted, so please call (818) 991-0071 first or visit http:// animalcare.lacounty.gov/

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