2017-01-12

2017-01-12 E-Edition

Agoura Village project gains preliminary approval

The 8-acre development, a first in the city, has homes, shops and restaurants


The first development in the long-awaited Agoura Village project south of the 101 Freeway in Agoura Hills was approved by the city planning commission last week, but not without changes and a number of objections. The project by developer Doron Gelfand at Agoura and Cornell roads is named Cornerstone. The mixed-use, 8-acre development will feature retail, restaurant and office space […]

Charity League debutantes have a ball



The Conejo Valley Chapter of National Charity League Inc. honored 18 debutantes for their philanthropic endeavors and community service at the 35th annual NCL Ball in November at the Four Seasons Westlake Village. The 2016 NCL class contributed over 8,000 community service hours to local philanthropies. National Charity League is a nonprofit organization of mothers and their daughters in grades […]

A swan song in Calabasas



BATHING BEAUTIES—Ari Bialo took the opportunity to snap this photo while on a recent morning walk with his dog at Calabasas Lake. He noticed that these three beautiful swans had taken up residence there.

Westcord completes lease for Wesley Thomas in Westlake



Construction company Wesley Thomas will move its Thousand Oaks office to a 7,500-square-foot space in Westlake Village this month. To accommodate its 20 percent growth over the past year, Wesley Thomas is relocating to the North Ranch Corporate Center at 4580 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Brett Saunders and Tony Principe of Westcord Commercial Real Estate Services represented the tenant, Wesley Thomas. […]

The breaks of the game

A league opener, a coaching reunion and the intrigue of a basketball rivalry



Is there anyone who cares more about Westlake High’s boys’ basketball team than Kyle Kegley? There isn’t a word in the Oxford English Dictionary to accurately describe Kegley’s passion for the game. He lives and dies with every free throw that clangs off the back iron, every turnover lost in a sea of flying elbows and knees, every 3-point rainbow […]

Gallant global gadabouts




The world is one spectacular stomping ground for two local globe-trotters who have trekked across peaks and valleys to sample diverse cultures and see foreign lands. Facing a charging hippo protecting its young in the Kenyan bush, walking along portions of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route in Spain, and spending two days in a snowstorm at a yak-herder village […]

Senior Concerns welcomes new board members



Barbara Billig and Barbara Cornwall have recently joined the board of directors for Thousand Oaks- based Senior Concerns. They are also active on the organization’s fundraising committee. Billig is a partner in and the CFO of Clearview Investments Inc. She has worked as a teacher, has owned restaurants, and has written and published four books, three fiction and one nonfiction. […]

Life-care planning for seniors



Senior Concerns will host a community presentation on life-care planning from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tues., Jan. 24 at 401 Hodencamp Road, Thousand Oaks. As part of its commitment to provide support for family caregivers of aging loved ones, the seminar, led by Katie Wiltfong, Kenneth Kossoff and Donna Klugman, will help caregivers understand the importance of a life-care plan, […]

Eye On Local Area Stocks




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