2011-01-20 E-Edition

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Workshop addresses building codes

Calabasas residents attended a recent workshop to ask questions and obtain answers regarding the new building codes that regulate construction, modifications and repairs to all structures in the city. The state revises the codes every three years. The rules went into effect on Jan. 1 and cities were allowed to make local amendments to the regulations. In November, Calabasas approved […]

Lost Hills deputies proactive

In the communities patrolled by the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station, heroin is the least abused of the illegal narcotics, Lt. Steven Smith said. According to Smith, most people apprehended for using or selling heroin locally are not residents of the community. But narcotic trends ebb and flow, and the deputies remain on guard. They try to educate young people using […]

Oak Park coyote shows who’s boss

Temple educators earn elite awards

Three childhood teachers from Temple Adat Elohim Early Childhood Center in Thousand Oaks received distinguished educator awards on Jan. 10 before an audience of 300 of their colleagues from more than 40 Jewish preschools in the greater Los Angeles area. The recognition took place at the Builders of Jewish Education 31st annual Bebe Feuerstein Simon Early Childhood Institute. Andrea Leonard, […]

Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura A thief stole $75 in cash from a woman’s purse at the Albertsons supermarket in the 26500 block of Agoura Road Jan. 11. Someone stole a $ 100 navigation system from a car parked in the 28900 block of Bardell Drive Jan. 6. A Ford Explorer valued at $4,000 was stolen from a home in the 29600 block of […]

Commission proposes new historical landmark for Calabasas region

A stretch of Old Topanga Canyon Road in Calabasas could soon become a designated historic landmark if the City Council approves a recommendation made by the Historic Preservation Commission. The commission meets quarterly to make suggestions to the city regarding historic landmarks, landscapes and districts. At a Jan. 5 meeting, commissioners determined that Old Topanga Canyon Road is a historically […]

Pet of the Week

Travel agent earns top rank

Lynn Rudin of Cruising Along Travel, a Westlake Village travel agent, achieved Commodore status in Princess Cruises’ Academy training program, certifying her as an expert cruise professional. As a Commodore, Rudin joins an exclusive group of travel agents who are recognized by Princess for their qualifications and knowledge as a cruise plan- professional. Rudin earned the distinction after completing the […]

Calabasas City Council meeting rescheduled

The Calabasas City Council meeting announced for Wed., Jan. 26 has been rescheduled. The meeting will take place at 7 p.m. on Tues., Feb. 1 at the Calabasas City Hall Council Chambers, 100 Civic Center Way.

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