2016-02-18 E-Edition

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Salary brouhaha

Regarding the letter by Phyllis Myslik (Jan. 28), I am appalled to read that the city manager of the sleepy town of Agoura Hills receives such an enormous annual salary. In addition, his assistant receives almost the same amount. This amount of money is an outrage. I’d like to know what the manager and his assistant do on a daily/weekly/monthly […]

Historic cars roll into town

Historic and celebrity cars along with several famed Pebble Beach winners will be in the lineup as the Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village hosts the third annual Westlake Village Concours D’ Elegance car show from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sun., Feb. 21 at the hotel, Two Dole Lane. This year’s concours will honor the finale of the PBS drama […]

League of extraordinary Chargers

Agoura captures first Marmonte League title since 2011 season

Agoura High’s boys’ soccer players said they were concerned about the state of the program heading into this season. The Chargers mustered three wins in the Marmonte League the previous two years combined. The school brought in head coach Jayro Martinez in July to try to resuscitate Agoura. The players still had their doubts. “I was a little hesitant at […]

The Calabasas Rondell hotel

The Rondell hotel is inappropriate to build in that specific location. It is four stories high, which is not allowed by city code and no exceptions should be made. If the city allows one four-story hotel, it has to let others. The hotel blocks a beautiful multi-million-dollar-a-year view in exchange for, at most, only $625,000 in taxes. That’s a bad […]

YMCA basketball taking league signups

The Triunfo YMCA is signing up participants for its co-ed spring basketball league. Boys and girls ages 3 through 14 are eligible. Divisions are ages 3 and 4; 5 and 6; 7 and 8; 9 through 11, and 12 through 14. A skills assessment day will be Sun., Feb. 21 at Deerhill Park, 6700 Doubletree Road, Oak Park. Assessments will […]

CIF winter playoffs begin for local teams

A plethora of high school teams from Acorn country qualified for CIF-Southern Section postseason. Thousand Oaks’ girls’ water polo team topped Alhambra 8-2 in the Division 2 wild card on Tuesday to set up a first-round date against top-seeded Murrieta Valley at 5 p.m. today. Also in the Division 2 bracket, Agoura plays host to Rancho Cucamonga while Newbury Park […]

City wage adjustment misses the mark

The City of Calabasas employs 135 people on a part-time hourly basis with no benefits. They do however, have an “Hourly wage range/step schedule.” This matrix shows that there are 10 steps in each job category, the same type of matrix that is used for full-time employees. On Oct. 28, 2015 City Council approved Resolution 2015-1480 approving a new salary […]


The Agoura Hills Library offers the following activities at 29901 Ladyface Court. In addition, book donations can be dropped off at the Book Cellar or library to help fund programs. For large-collection pickup, call (818) 584-7219. For more program information, call (818) 889-2278. A new Book Club for fourth- and fifth-graders will discuss “Mr. Lemoncello’s Library” by Chris Grabenstein at […]

Walk to uncover medicinal uses of plants

A second plant walk on the medicinal uses of California native plants has been added Sat., Feb. 20 as the originally scheduled 10 a.m. hike is full. Reservations are being taken for a 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. hike that day starting at the Santa Monica Mountains Interagency Visitor Center, 26876 Mulholland Hwy., Calabasas. Jim Adams, Ph.D, professor in the USC […]

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