2012-09-27 E-Edition

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Likes challenger in LVMWD race

The residents of Westlake Village and parts of Agoura Hills have an opportunity to make a difference in electing a new director for the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District. Candidate Len Polan, with his technical and business background as an architect, will be better able to serve the Westlake LVMWD water ratepayers and exercise control over the LVMWD staff than […]

Rockin’ out at the club

It’s a Westlake goblin party

The inaugural Triunfo YMCA Goblin Gallop will take place Sat., Oct. 20 as part of the 10th annual Westlake Village City Celebration. A 5K run and 1-mile trick or treat run/walk will begin and end at the Westlake Village Civic Center, 31200 Oak Crest Drive, where the city celebration occurs. Proceeds from the two runs will support Triunfo YMCA teen […]

The Acorn’s High School Football Game of the Week

St. Bonaventure Seraphs (4-1) at Westlake Warriors (3-2) Friday, 7 p.m. Westlake High Now’s not the time to freak out. Nobody’s played a tougher schedule than the Westlake High football team, losers of two straight entering Friday’s 7 p.m. Marmonte League East opener against St. Bonaventure: Granite Bay, four-time CIF Sac-Joaquin Section champs, including a title last fall. Del Oro, […]

Business Briefs

ATM upgrades at Rabobank Rabobank N.A. has replaced or upgraded the ATMs at all of its 119 branches throughout California, including Westlake Village and nine other branches in Ventura County. The ATMs have easy-to-read screens, touch-screen navigation and features that make it easier for visually impaired customers to make transactions. View the ATM locator at www.rabobankamerica. Networking time Pacific Coast […]

New water tank will lead to increase in rates

Over the next five years your water rates are going up by more than 25 percent in addition to sanitation costs rising 10 percent. But they don’t have to. In April, LVMWD’s general manager said, “Reduction or elimination of certain infrastructure projects, such as the proposed water storage tank, can reduce or delay future increases”—or said another way, not building […]

Why I’m still a Girl Scout

COMMENTARY Anna Lindberg

Most of the girls I know who are in high school are involved in some type of extracurricular activity, whether it be a sport, choir, school club or just their own social lives. But what I do not see a lot of are Girl Scouts. I have been involved in Girl Scouts for 11 years now, ever since I was […]

Registration opens for D.C. trip

Registration is open for the 35th annual spring vacation student tour to the nation’s capital and Williamsburg. The trip is open to area middle and high school students in grades eight and above. The non-school activity is sponsored by local teachers and has involved more than 14,000 students during the past three decades. Four informational meetings have been scheduled to […]

Other local football matchups

Camarillo (3-1) at Oak Park (3-2) Outlook: The Oak Park Eagles have another difficult test in their final battle before Tri-Valley League action kicks off next weekend. Oak Park trots out 36 players when entirely healthy, but the Scorpions are deeper than the Mariana Trench. Camarillo has 78 players on its varsity roster. OPHS can’t win a track meet against […]

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