What’s the point of keeping collars on lions?

My only hope is that most people with a brain will not buy into the nonsense that Jeff Sikich is babbling about how important it is for mountain lions to wear collars foe research purposes. Maybe he should try wearing one himself for several years. If we haven’t learned by now what these collars are telling us, then we have […]

At the library

The Calabasas Library offers the following free programs at 200 Civic Center Way. For more information, visit cityofcalabasas.com/library or call (818) 225-7616. Wed., Aug. 1 at 4 p.m., Billy Bonkers will present a magic show for kindergartners through fifth-graders. Thurs., Aug. 2, 16 and 30 at noon, lunchtime yoga. Bring a mat or towel and water. Sat., Aug. 4 from […]

Cancer support advocates complete training for nonprofit leadership

A leadership team from the Cancer Support Community Valley/ Ventura/Santa Barbara Board of Directors recently completed the Board Leadership Institute, a program of Cal Lutheran University’s Center for Nonprofit Leadership. Receiving their certificates of completion on June 28 were board chair Andrea Roschke, president/principal at Roschke & Wall Business Advisors & CPAs; board vice chair Phil Dipaola, marriage and family […]

Coldwell Banker agent among top 100

Tamara Campbell, associate broker with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Westlake Village, is ranked among the top 100 agents for the Greater Los Angeles region of Coldwell Banker, which includes agents in towns from Montecito to Malibu to San Marino. Manager Joanne MacDonald said, “Tamara ranked on our top 100 list for the entire Greater Los Angeles area due to […]

The Jewish eruv, pros and cons

I am writing in support of the eruv that was installed in Agoura Hills. Although I am not Jewish, I am proud to demonstrate acceptance and support for all religions and am happy that we can allow the Orthodox Jewish families in our community to practice and demonstrate their faith. For those in opposition, including a recent letter that characterized […]

Summer on the court, around the diamond

Teen wins mayoral award

WELL DESERVED—Ryann Sax receives the Calabasas Mayor’s Award for the 2017/2018 school year from Mayor Fred Gaines. The 14-year-old was student body president and captain of the cheer team at A.C. Stelle Middle School. She graduated with a Presidential Award for her academic achievements at the school. This fall, Ryann will be a freshman at Calabasas High School.

2018-07-26 E-Edition

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Agoura Hills City Council and Cornerstone

In the July 12 edition of The Acorn, Agoura Hills Councilmember Harry Schwarz states that “the Cornerstone (Agoura Village) plan met specific plan standards.” This is in direct conflict with Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mary Stobel’s May 23 ruling that halted the project. She found that the project did not have a proper environmental impact report and that […]

. . Lived a young boy named Rocky Raccoon

THIS RINGS A BELL—Sherry Ferber of Agoura Hills snapped this photo of an inquisitive, and probably hungry, visitor to her patio in the Liberty Canyon community. Says Sherry, “Yeas ago, I would feed the raccoons. One of them, the runt of her litter, began to ring the wind chimes to let me know she had arrived. She taught each litter […]

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