2014-03-06

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Westlake council not listening



It was obvious at last week’s Westlake Village City Council meeting that the “will of the people” is for the council to do something, anything, to try to stop construction of the tank. My impression is that Councilmembers Halpern and Mc- Sweeney clearly support efforts to stop the proposed Westlake water tank; Mayor Rutherford wants to stop the tank but […]

BRIEFS



Food bank is part of $1-million challenge Cash donations made to Manna, the Conejo Valley food bank until April 30 will be counted, dollar for dollar, toward The Feinstein Foundation’s 17th annual $1-million challenge. Rhode Island philanthropist Alan Shawn Feinstein is trying to raise money for hunger relief organizations throughout the United States. The foundation’s goal is to help organizations […]

Weisz named associate rabbi at Or Ami



Garage sale needs items



Residents are invited to drop off furniture, clothing, housewares and sporting goods from 9 a.m. to noon Sat., March 8 at Agoura High School, 28545 W, Driver Ave. The items will be sold in a garage sale in March to benefit AHS Grad Night. For more information, email ahsgradnite2014@yahoo.com.

March madness

Calabasas boys’ basketball squad digs deep, scraps for CIF-SS Div. 2A title game showdown


Almost everything went wrong for the Coyotes in the semifinals. The Calabasas High boys’ basketball team lost a 20-point lead, its star point guard and homecourt advantage, but that wasn’t enough to rattle the battle-tested squad. Calabasas punched its ticket to the CIF-Southern Section Division 2A championship game after defeating Tustin 56-49 at home on Tuesday night. The Coyotes (26-5 […]

Senior power



One of the best-kept secrets in California is the California Senior Legislature. These elected senior volunteers serve as representatives for the state’s senior population. Their mission is to represent seniors on issues that directly affect their safety and quality of life. They do this by participating in senior groups and listening to concerns, then proposing new laws which are then […]

Lots of fun on Dr. Seuss’s day



Production spoofs Jewish weddings




If you had a choice of attending one of two weddings, would you pick elegant, traditional nuptials followed by the perfect reception or would you prefer a rollicking family affair that reflects the quirky characteristics of the guests? For those of you who tend toward the idiosyncratic, an upcoming show at The Canyon club in Agoura Hills is certain to […]

Business group honors Oak Park and Las Virgenes

Oak View High named ‘model’ school

Oak Park and Las Virgenes unified school districts were lauded by the business community last week for raising student academic achievement at their campuses. California Business for Education Excellence (CBEE) contacted superintendents Tony Knight (Oak Park) and Dan Stepenosky (Las Virgenes) to share the news that their local schools are considered top-notch. The schools in each district were placed on […]


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