2011-06-23 E-Edition

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Meter readers

I strongly oppose mandatory smart meter installations. Why is the LVMWD forcing these on their customers? Why do they not offer an opt-out, as does Burbank Water and Power Company? The World Health Organization just ruled non-thermal emissions of electromagnetic fields from non-ionizing radiation a class 2B carcinogen, meaning it can possibly cause cancer in humans. It joins a list […]

At The Library

Oak Park The Oak Park Library will host a variety of special events in association with the 2011 Summer Reading Program. The community is invited at no charge. The events all place at 2 p.m. at the library, 899 N. Kanan Road, Oak Park. June 28: Balloon artistry. Mr. Dave travels the globe in a show with big balloon sculptures. […]

The happiest band on Earth

Seminar slated on prostate surgery

Urologists Kyle Himsl, M.D., and Jim Pero, M.D., will discuss the latest treatment for prostate cancer—the daVinci Robot Surgical System— from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tues., June 28 at Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center, classroom 1, 215 W. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. The minimally invasive da- Vinci Robot is designed to minimize the complications and risks of traditional invasive […]

Smarties strut their stuff

The price of our public education

While virtually all of Mr. Nouzille’s facts are wrong and can be refuted by those found on the LVUSD website, what strikes me as more interesting is that Mr. Nouzille’s own children appear to be having good experiences in the LVUSD. How does a district supporter become a district basher in one generation? The fact that the state has recently […]

Photographers honored in juried show

Local photographers were honored for their creative expression at the 2011 Conejo Valley Wide Open Photography and Digital Art Show on June 12. The show’s reception took place at the Thousand Oaks Community Art Gallery in Newbury Park. The juried show was sponsored by MNM Art Studio, the Westlake Village Art Guild, and the Thousand Oaks and Ventura County camera […]

Fiamme presents dueling pianos

Fiamme Restaurant and Bar in Thousand Oaks will host the Blazing Grands Dueling Piano show on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Every week two entertainers will perform, taking requests from members of the audience, who may be put in the spotlight or called up onstage to participate. The show is for adults 21 and older. Fiamme is at 3731 E. […]

Stay safe while having fun in the sun

Summer barbecues, beach trips and fun in the sun are on everyone’s to-do lists. While getting ready to enjoy some summer fun, residents should keep safety in mind. Keep children safe. During summertime, many children enjoy carefree activities such as bike riding and playing basketball in the streets. Parents should encourage children to observe all safety rules and regulations, including […]

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