2013-07-11 E-Edition

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Old Agoura not happy about city’s decision

The Old Agoura Homeowners Association board of directors is extremely exasperated at the outcome of our quest to preserve the Chesebro Meadow as an open space buffer to an existing wildlife corridor and planned wildlife-only tunnel under the freeway. Thirty years ago, one of our members chained himself to an ancient oak tree while developer Jerry Oren’s crew cut down […]

Comic book characters come to life in Westlake


THURS., JULY 11 Madera Toastmasters Noon at room 1F, Bank of America, 400 National Way, Simi Valley. Free to public. Learn public speaking. Phone: 805.807.0634. Email: contact776147@toastmastersclubs.org. Web: maderatoastmasters. toastmastersclubs.org. Simi Settlers Amateur Radio Club 7 p.m. at Simi Valley Senior Center, 3900 Avenida Simi. Skip Bolnick gives presentation on antenna and tower installation and repairs. Contact: Rick Galbraith. Phone: […]

Liberty Canyon parade a source of real pride

We have a very close-knit, loving community here in Liberty Canyon. My fiancé, Paul Melograno, and I have lived here for 11 years. For the past number of years, a few days prior to July 4, a sign appears at the corner of Liberty Canyon and Country Glen letting all of the residents know to meet at 10 a.m. on […]

The Movie Nut

For seven decades, “ The Lone Ranger” has been about “a fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust and a hearty Hi-Yo Silver. . . . ” Here, it’s about mugging for the camera, massive special effects and a meandering story that features Tonto more prominently than his trusted companion, Kemo Sabe. The enduring legend has […]

The soothing sounds of summer

Dangerous turn out of Agoura shopping mall

This past week, my husband was involved in a terrible accident on Thousand Oaks Boulevard while attempting to make a left turn out of the Vons parking lot. Depending on the time of day, this can be quite a task and dangerous, especially since parking is allowed on T.O. Boulevard immediately to the left of the driveway for the gym. […]

Regional food drive underway

To help fight hunger and feed Southern California communities, a hunger initiative titled Feed So- Cal will try to raise 1.5 million pounds of food across the state. The drive is a collaboration between PODS service providers and commercial sponsors. As part of a food drive throughout July, ABC7 will host several Stuff-a-Truck events in the state. The Vons store […]

Westlake recognizes business, extends agreement with Chamber of Commerce

Hoping to continue the business friendly tradition of their city, Westlake Village officials honored two private companies at a meeting on June 26. The city recognition occurred in collaboration with the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce. Awardees are acknowledged for their customer service, community involvement, and their plans to go green to protect human health and the environment. The […]

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