Milk mobile stops at The Commons

Nice job, Agoura

I would like to commend the Agoura Parks and Rec and Azteca Landscape for their great work at Reyes Adobe Park. The lawn is looking green and healthy and the application of new wood chips around the trees has really brightens up the park. We must all help in maintaining the beauty of our parks by picking up after our […]

LVUSD says goodbye to retirees

Nearly 30 employees are retiring from the Las Virgenes School district this year. They are: Agoura High School Teachers Paul Kanter (37 years) Michael Ramirez (36 years) Janet Mactagune (25 years) Linda Gershon (17 years) Classified employees Jean Simpson (30 years) Shirley Landry (30 years) Jane Calcante (24 years) Calabasas High School Teacher John Reich (38 years) A.E. Wright Middle […]

Juried crafts show slated

Limited space is available for artists who wish to participate in the juried craft event during Newbury Park Rotary’s 24th annual Oktoberfest on Sat. and Sun., Sept. 25 and 26 at the Commemorative Air Force Museum at the Camarillo Airport, 445 Aviation Drive. The selection committee is seeking artists who produce their own crafts including but not limited to jewelry, […]

Summer concerts in a groove

Shame on students

I am writing in response to Debra Herschman of Oak Park who wrote a letter last week admonishing residents for not being good neighbors. Specifically she mentions parking problems associated with students. I live near Calabasas High School and for many years our neighborhood was plagued by students urinating in our gardens, blaring car radios early in the morning, smoking […]

CLU launches adult evening program in Woodland Hills

California Lutheran University is expanding its Adult Degree Evening Program to Woodland Hills. Registration is under way for people interested in earning bachelor’s degrees in accounting, business management and organizational leadership. Classes will begin Aug. 30 at CLU’s Woodland Hills Center, 21052 Oxnard St., which already offers graduate programs. CLU has hired Gina La Monica as the full-time director to […]

The Grill on the Alley

The first time I went to The Grill on the Alley in the Westlake Village Promenade, my husband and I had planned to have a drink and share an appetizer and then go on with our evening. We sipped chardonnay selected from The Grill’s highly satisfactory wine list and munched on tasty popcorn shrimp with a flavorful Cajun tartar sauce. […]

Chabad expansion vetoed

Illegal patio must be removed— appeal planned

After more than six hours of debate last week, the Ventura County Planning Commission denied requests by the Oak Park Chabad to keep an unpermitted patio enclosure and increase occupancy from 70 to 145 people for Saturday services and special holiday events. The decision came two days after the synagogue in the 5900 block of Conifer Street, a residential neighborhood, […]

No fan of Whitman

Let’s see. Doesn’t vote, no experience, laid off thousands to get a big bonus, billionaire, spends more than everyone else to denigrate opponents, got fired. Yeah, that’s someone I’ll vote for. What’s next, Sara (the rifleman) Palin for president. Any relation to Michael Palin of Monty Python fame? Keith F. Cornell Agoura Hills

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