2011-04-21

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Cell tower debate moves forward in Calabasas




A group of citizens who want more regulations on cell towers in Calabasas met with city representatives again last week to work out the details of a wireless ordinance. The planning commission examined 22 ideas for updating policies for wireless equipment that were proposed by the Calabasas Communications and Technology Commission, city staff and residents. The City Council will consider […]

Conejo Valley Days opens with food donations



The 55th annual Conejo Valley Days will take place May 4 through 8 at Conejo Creek Park South, on the south side of Janss Road across from the senior center/ library at the 23 Freeway in Thousand Oaks. On opening day Wed., May 4, attendees who bring a donation of five cans of food will receive a $3 discount off […]

Musical based on pioneer women’s diaries



The Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will present the Tony Award-nominated musical “Quilters” at 8 p.m. Fri. April 29, and 2 and 8 p.m. Sat., April 30 at the fellowship, 3331 Old Conejo Road, Newbury Park. The performances are a fundraiser for the fellowship. The play was created from diaries and letters of pioneer women who faced hardships while traveling […]

Special ed group to meet



The Special Education Advocacy Parent Group will meet from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Fri., April 29 at 32123 Lindero Canyon Road, Suite 201, Westlake Village. The topic will be “Identifying appropriate accommodations for your children. This education/support group offers the opportunity for parents to help each other and to benefit from the experience and knowledge of professionals who work with […]

Track and field records continue to tumble



Oak Park High senior Cameron Stevens broke an 18-yearold track and field school record during a recent Tri-Valley League meet against Carpinteria. Stevens’ 22.16-second time in the boys’ 200-meter dash eclipsed the previous mark of 22.20 set by Sean McDonald in 1983. Stevens was featured in The Acorn’s March 17 issue. Colella goes big Luigi “Gino” Colella, a freshman at […]

April a special month for The Acorn



This month marks a milestone for The Acorn Newspapers. Last Saturday in Los Angeles, the weekly Acorn publications owned by publishers Jim and Lisa Rule won a company record four first-place prizes in the California Newspaper Publishers Association’s (CNPA) annual Better Newspapers Contest. The esteemed competition saw more than 170 daily and weekly newspapers across the state submit entries in […]

Westlake Village awards $90,000 to deserving groups and organizations




Westlake Village officials awarded $90,500 in community service grants last week to 20 organizations and three schools. Recipients of the 2011 grants include Conejo Free Clinic, Triunfo YMCA, Wellness Community and programs at Agoura High, Lindero Canyon Middle School and White Oak Elementary. A Community Service Fund Advisory Committee consisting of two council members and five residents reviewed applications from […]

Daisy Scouts save electrical energy




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