2012-06-28 E-Edition

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HOA squabble

The Calabasas Park property owners are surrounded by lovely common areas that they once owned and controlled through their homeowners association, the Calabasas Park Homeowners Association (CPHA). Their association has been taken over by people who are also members of other homeowners associations in Calabasas and thus do not live in Calabasas Park. Though the Calabasas Park property owners have […]

Finding 4 a.m. on the El Camino Real

A DASH OF YOUTH I don’t think 4 a.m. exists. For me, seeing is believing, and I’ve never stayed up long enough to see 4 a.m. on a clock. I did some research at UC Berkeley’s science department on the subject last winter. I walked into a lab and asked a professor, “Does 4 a.m. exist?” He gave me a […]

City appreciates veterinary hospital

The doctors and staff at Conejo Valley Veterinary Hospital take in and treat injured and orphaned wild animals that are brought to them by the public. On June 12, Mayor Pro Tem Claudia Bill-de la Peña presented a certificate of appreciation from the City of Thousand Oaks to the animal hospital. For more than five decades, the doctors of Conejo […]

Calabasas jazz band opens Playboy Festival

The Calabasas High School Jazz “A” Band, under the direction of Joshua Barroll, celebrated Father’s Day by opening the 2012 Playboy Jazz Festival at the Hollywood Bowl on June 17. It was first time in the festival’s history that a group from outside the Los Angeles school district was invited to participate. The audience numbered several thousand people. The 19 […]

Area cities not immune to homelessness

While some say the country is pulling out of the recession, the latest homeless count for Ventura County indicates that relief hasn’t come to all. The county’s homeless number this year included 1,936 adults and children, representing a 3 percent increase from last year’s 1,872. More than 100 families were counted this year, including 200 children. “We have not had […]

Young builders practice at Lego club

Pet of the Week


THURS., JUNE 28 Personal Computer Club 6 p.m. at Goebel Senior Adult Center, 1385 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. Juan Carlos Sepulveda from Best Buy talks about today’s technology and where it’s going. Election of offcers. Contact: Eli Spater. Phone: 805.496. 8053. Web: http://topcc.org. Rose Society 6:30 p.m. at Ventura County Offce of Education conference center, 5100 Adolfo Road, Camarillo. […]

Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills Someone stole three checkbooks from an oil and lube business in the 29300 block of Roadside Drive June 15. A vandal caused $ 400 in damage scratching the body of a vehicle parked in the 30200 block of Agoura Road June 14. A resident on Lake Lindero Drive reported that a prowler was looking through his sliding glass […]

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