2013-10-24 E-Edition

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Share the road

Just this morning two cyclists whipped a right turn just as I stepped off the curb with the walk signal at Lindero Canyon and Agoura roads. Did they not see me? I’m 6 feet tall wearing neon green shirt and bright blue shoes. Adding to the insult, a motor cop was turning left and didn’t note anything wrong, despite me […]

Weber wants to continue his long service

After 20 years of service on the Agoura Hills City Council, Mayor Denis Weber has a new list of goals he wants to tackle if elected to his sixth term in office. Weber is one of five candidates running for three seats on the panel. He and Councilmembers Harry Schwarz and Bill Koehler are seeking reelection. Challengers are Chris Anstead […]

Life in the Single Lane

After I wrote my last column, about ways to identify who’s single and who is not, I thought surely there must be more items in the marketplace besides ID bracelets and name tags—without resorting to forehead tattoos or scarlet letter “S” vests. So, because we live in an age of advanced technology, I decided to go on the hunt for […]

Ballerina returns to stage

Teens provide peer support at Calabasas High

When teens struggle with bullying, isolation or even just making the transition into high school, sometimes their parents or teachers are the last to know. At Calabasas High School, the Peer Support program is making a difference as the first line of defense against many teen problems. The Peer Support program is manned by students who want to help their […]

Yoga event will rock CHS stadium

Five hundred people will gather on the football field at Calabasas High School on Saturday to be inspired by yoga and rock music. Dawn Stillo, an Oak Park resident and yoga instructor, says the free event, “Rock it to the Core,” is part rock concert, part charity and part yoga workout. Participants will spend the first 75 minutes doing a […]

Questioning WLV priorities

So wonderful that Westlake Village has a major project at Lindero Canyon along with a 300-foot sculpture. Odd though, in First Neighborhood, WLV never finished the task of constructing curb ramps on our street corners. As a result, old folks with walkers and moms with strollers have to walk halfway down some blocks to find a driveway so they can […]

Agoura Hills offers new app to report issues

Residents can submit service requests in an instant

Imagine walking down a street in Agoura Hills and tripping on the sidewalk because the lifted root of a tree cracked the concrete. Or perhaps you stroll by a wall scribbled with graffiti or wander past a tree near a business center where thousands of wasps are ready to strike. The City of Agoura Hills will soon have a quick […]

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