2013-07-04 E-Edition

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Water district pipeline project to begin on Calabasas Road

Las Virgenes Municipal Water District will soon begin work on permanent repairs for a 10-inch pipeline on Calabasas Road between Park Granada and Commons Way. The project should be complete in August. To minimize the effects on businesses and traffic in the construction corridor, work will be done during the night between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. The project will […]

The OTHER Side of 50

Home safe home

My husband and I are in the planning stages of renovating our living quarters, including the downstairs bath, kitchen and living room. It dawned on me as we began our plans: 30 years ago, homes were designed for a person of average height who has perfect eyesight and hearing, can walk from one room to another with ease and has […]

Tours of Adamson House

Special docent tours will be conducted of the Adamson House from 1 to 7 p.m. Sun., July 7 at 23200 PCH, Malibu. The last tour will start at 6:15 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Guests can also visit the Malibu Lagoon Museum, Visitor’s Center and grounds overlooking Surfrider Beach and Malibu Lagoon. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for […]

Club kids put on their running shoes

Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills A thief stole $1,150 worth of sports clothing and caused $500 in damage to break into a business in the 5100 block of Kanan Road June 19. Calabasas A burglar shattered a door and ransacked a bedroom at a home on Berry Drive June 27. The culprit stole two pillowcases and $20 worth of coins during the incident. […]

Environmental site needs student bloggers

Havasi Wilderness Foundation, a local nonprofi t organization that works to promote environmental education and awareness, is looking for guest student bloggers to feature on its website. The foundation wants to present the work of young aspiring environmentalists, journalists or students with an interest in conservation, sustainability and environmental issues. One student’s piece will be selected to feature on the […]

Potluck lunch for active seniors

Ventura County Over The Hill Gang, a group for active adults age 50 and up, is looking for people who enjoy hiking, bicycling, cultural events, dining and other activities to attend a pot luck and general meeting at noon Sun., July 14 at a private home in Camarillo. Reservations are due Thurs., July 11. The address will be given upon […]

Shuttle service will help students

The new Kanan bus shuttle is tentatively scheduled to be running on Kanan and Lindero Canyon roads by Aug. 5, Ventura County officials said. And county supervisor Linda Parks said a picture of a mountain lion will be on the side of the shuttle, similar to the appearance of a Greyhound bus. The wild mountain lion was chosen because the […]

Commissioners pitch service to the city

Among its many functions, the City of Calabasas operates commissions made up of residents who advise the local government on matters affecting the community. At a meeting on June 19, the commissioners seeking reappointment to their posts and residents who hope to be appointed for the first time introduced themselves to the City Council and shared their ideas about how […]

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