2012-05-31

2012-05-31 E-Edition

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Morrison Ranch



A successful homeowners association board is derived from having independent thinking board members who have not committed to pre-aligned allegiances so as to constitute what becomes in essence, a single vote. With that in mind, the undersigned Morrison Ranch Estate HOA members and public officials have become alarmed by the recent letter circulating to all MRE HOA members by five […]

Excellent win



Softball girls battle it out



World cultures on center stage



Too much testing in school



The standardized testing season associated with the federal No Child Left Behind law has just been completed in our public schools. Students, teachers, administrators, and entire states are subject to incentives and penalties designed to motivate higher test scores. As education funding decreases, test scores are expected to rise. With the implementation of the Common Core Standards in reading and […]

Equestrian program returns to YMCA



Westlake kicks off TGIF nights with jazz concert



The City of Westlake Village will kick off its ninth season of TGIF summer entertainment with Jazz Night at 7 p.m. Fri., June 1 at the civic center, 31299 Oak Crest Drive. The award-winning jazz bands from both Lindero Canyon Middle School and Agoura Hills School will perform. Upcoming TGIF events at the civic center are selections from Cabrillo Music […]

New Shul has new rabbi at helm




At 19, like many young men, Michael Barclay wanted to change the world. The Sherman Oaks native figured he could either work in the entertainment industry—shaping the ethics and belief systems of society through television—or become a rabbi and change lives one person at a time. Barclay chose the latter. Now 49, he will take over as head rabbi for […]

Large vehicles are a problem for Old Agoura



Thirty-three homes on Foothill Drive and Toft Place are out of compliance with the Agoura Hills municipal code ordinance regarding parking of commercial and over-sized vehicles. There is an error in the wording of Preferred Parking District No. 3, allowing any vehicle to park on our residential street with a parking permit for our district. When the oversight was discovered, […]