2015-03-26

2015-03-26 E-Edition

New Lost Hills bridge a ‘safe’ alternative

$30-million public works project biggest ever in Calabasas


When it’s completed in about two years, the new Lost Hills bridge will have five traffic lanes, two bike paths and a sidewalk, making the passage across the 101 Freeway safer for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers. The Lost Hills interchange is a main access point for drivers traveling to western Calabasas and Malibu. The bridge carries almost 30,000 vehicles each […]

Supports Oak Park filtration



OK, so let’s not include biofiltration or bio-swales to an area that has a notorious reputation for not bagging their dog poo. Let these contaminants flow down Medea Creek, eventually finding their way to the sea. Let’s keep the turf which has no purpose in a median so we can overwater it while flushing chemical fertilizers into the streets and […]

Cycling for Ride 2 Recovery program



More than 100 cyclists from the state will gather in Westlake Village on Sat., March 28 to support California’s Bear Claw Classic, a community event that raises funds for Ride 2 Recovery, a veterans program started in 2008 in Calabasas. In R2R, veterans help other vets through mental and physical challenges. The Bear Claw Classic will start and end at […]

At The Library



Agoura Hills Library The Agoura Hills Library at 29901 Ladyface Court will present these free programs in April. For details, call (818) 889- 2278. The library is a branch of the Los Angeles County Library. The Mystery Book Club will discuss “Rebecca” by Daphne du Maurier at 6:30 p.m. Wed., April 1. The LA Opera will present “Figaro Opera Tales” […]

New priest named to lead Armenian parish



The Rev. Serovpe Alanjian has been named the parish priest for the Armenian Apostalic Church of Ventura County, which meets at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, 1 Church Road, Thousand Oaks. The new priest, 41, served the local parish as a deacon since 2008 while becoming a priesthood candidate of the Western Diocese of the Armenian Church. From 2010-2013, Serovpe, who […]

Concours d’Elegance rolls into Westlake



The lion’s share



Two-million dollars to study mountain lions crossing the 101? I favor the expenditure if, for every dollar spent on the mountain lions, the backers of this project will donate an equal amount from their own pockets to benefit the homeless who stand on our street corners begging for food. Jonathan GreenspanWestlake Village

Rock ’n Munch



Getting crafty at the library




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