2011-02-17 E-Edition

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Believes city has ulterior motives

Mr. Groveman is quick to show the black side of the Calabasas balance sheet: strong assets, cash in the general reserve. But analysis of the city’s budget shows that the city’s balance sheet has a red side, too, habitually spending more than it receives by about $4 million a year. The city has a cash flow problem that is rather […]

City of Agoura honors its volunteers

More than 250 people, including seniors, teens and families, were honored for their contributions to the city at the 23rd annual Agoura Hills Volunteer Recognition ceremony at city hall last week. The Feb. 9 event started at the library community room with a reception and ended with city officials calling each volunteer to the dais. Volunteers were given a gift […]

A.E. Wright announces Spartan award winners


THURS., FEB. 17 Pleasant Valley Garden Club Meets at Seventh-day Adventist Church, 3975 Las Posas Road, Camarillo. 9 a.m. snacks and socializing. 9:30 a.m. meeting and presentation. Master gardener Tony Hepton shows how to cultivate iris. Free, public welcome. Phone: 805.484.5484 Contact: Sandy Time: 9:00 a.m. Date: 2/17/ 2011 Newcomers Club Of Camarillo Meets at Las Posas Country Club, 955 […]

Against blanket endorsement

It’s one thing for city officials to endorse candidates of their choosing but shame, shame, shame on all five Calabasas City Council members for their attempts to force their hand-picked favorites onto city voters. If they’re trying to shed their image of arrogance and bullying, then this is no way to do it. Between the council members’ open campaigning at […]

Triunfo YMCA hosts magical food drive

The Triunfo YMCA will present a Magic Extravaganza from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Sun., Feb. 27 at Willow Elementary School multipurpose room, 29026 Laro Drive, Agoura Hills. The show features awardwinning Master Magician Kenrick “Ice” McDonald of the Magic Castle along with six magicians, members of Westside Wizards, Society of American Magicians Assembly 291. When the doors open, six to […]

Calabasas high dancers score big at Elite competition

The Calabasas High School Dance Team participated in the West Coast Elite Dance Competition on Feb. 12 at Westlake High School. The team entered 19 dances—11 solos, one duo and seven group dances— and competed against Agoura, Thousand Oaks, Westlake, Newbury Park and six other high schools. The CHS Dance Team received the following awards: Medium contemporary and character, both […]

Warriors won’t be sharing this time

Hard work pays dividends for Westlake girls’ soccer crew

The Warriors have a three-peat. Honk your horn. Blow your vuvuzela. Make some noise. The Westlake High girls’ soccer team has won three straight Marmonte League crowns. It hasn’t always been easy or pretty, but the Warriors win when they have to win. “This is a hardworking group of individuals who are willing to sacrifice for the team,” head coach […]

For Calabasas City Council

As an LVUSD School Board member, my focus is on seeing candidates elected to the city council who will support public education. That is why I support Fred Gaines for Calabasas City Council. I have personally known Fred for 15 years, as our children have grown up and attended school together. Through his words and actions, Fred has consistently demonstrated […]