2016-03-03

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Restroom redesign



Is it time to redesign public restrooms? The other day I was at a restaurant and I wanted to wash my hands. I had to wait in line for five minutes to get to a sink in the restroom. Society is facing identity and other issues too. Why not wash our hands of the issue by redesigning public bathrooms with […]

Having a run-dezvous



TWO FOR THE ROAD— Michael Zamora and Lyssa Lozano of Westlake Villagefinish the RUNdezvous 5K Fun Couples Runfirst Feb. 13. Road Runner Sports in Thousand Oaks produced the race. Proceeds benefit The VHL Alliance to help fund cancer research and provide services for those with Von Hippel- Lindau syndrome, which forms tumors and cysts in the body.

Coyotes fall in section semis; earn state tourney bid



EYE ON LOCAL AREA STOCKS



Public salaries



Equitable pay? We read al- most daily about this nation’s virtual revolution over salaries and wealth of the 1 percent and how national blue-collar salaries have been virtually flat for eight years. So what about salaries of local government employees? The City Manager of Westlake Village, population 8,300, will be paid $234,930 in 2016, approaching double his 2002 salary of […]

Eat breakfast with the bunny



The City of Agoura Hills will host a Breakfast with the Bunny from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Sat., March 12 at the Reyes Adobe Historical Site, 30400 Rainbow Crest Drive, Agoura Hills. The event will feature springtime crafts hosted by The Hideout, an egg hunt, games, light breakfast refreshments and photo opportunities with the bunny. Admission will be $2 and […]

Proceed with caution when wee-winged warrior is present

CRITTER TAIL /// The hummingbird


One night by the dull glow of my patio light I noticed a mess of something caught in a forking branch of an old potted abutilon. It was not a bunch of fallen oak leaves. Nor was it a cocoon of a moth or butterfly—too early in the year for that. The light was too faint to make out much […]

Community goes to bat for Agoura



During November and December 2015, the Agoura Baseball Foundation held its annual Christmas Tree Fundraiser. Every year the Agoura Chargers ask the community to support our year-round baseball program by purchasing Wood Mountain trees or donating a tree to our military. The funds raised are used to pay coaches, maintain the two baseball fields at Agoura High School, and purchase […]

AT THE LIBRARY



The Agoura Hills Library will offer the following activities at 29901 Ladyface Court. Also, the library and Book Cellar accept book donation to help support the programs. For more information, call (818) 584 7219. For more activity information, call (818) 889-2278. Kids Book Club for second- and third- graders will meet at 11 a.m. Sat., March 5. A PG-rated movie […]


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