2012-07-12 E-Edition

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Birthday bash!

Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills Someone stole a $1,000 catalytic converter from a vehicle parked on Capricorn Avenue June 25. A thief stole a $25,000 Harley- Davidson motorcycle from private property on Mainmast Drive June 24. A burglar stole $2,200 worth of goods and caused $650 in damage breaking into three vehicles parked on Country Glenn Road June 21. Items taken during the […]

Calabasas Chamber enjoys wine tasting

New rabbi guides synagogue

Temple Ner Ami of Camarillo named Rabbi Lisa Bock to serve as the organization’s new spiritual leader beginning July 1. Rabbi Michael Lotker, who formerly served in that role, became rabbi emeritus for the temple during a ceremony at the synagogue on June 29. Bock was recently ordained after completing rabbinic studies at the Academy for Jewish Religion California. She […]

Calabasas fiscal report shows dwindling reserves

While some California cities, such as Stockton and San Bernardino, face bankruptcy due to the ongoing economic downturn, Calabasas remains in good financial standing due to the city’s ample reserves and potent tax base. But the reserve balance in the city’s new two-year budget is declining. About 60 percent of the city’s $20-million general fund revenues this fiscal year will […]

We hear you loud and clear

Bringing the trophies home

Grad wins St. Pat’s highest honor

. Award recognizes ethical standards

William Draper, a graduating sixth-grader from St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School in Thousand Oaks, is the recipient of the school’s highest honor, the William Clark Award. The award was established by the school’s board of trustees in 1989 and is given to a graduate who has embodied the ethical standards that are an integral part of the school community. William […]

Agoura Hills budget includes a raise for embattled city manager

The City of Agoura Hills adopted a budget that includesa5percentpayraiseforCityManager GregRamirezanda3percentraiseforallothercity employees. The budget went into effect on July 1. The $20.9-million budget for fiscal year 2012- 13 includes approximately $18 million for day-today operations and almost $3 million for capital improvement projects, including the widening of Agoura Road and the Chesebro interchange. Ramirez’s base annual salary rose from $ […]

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