2019-11-27 E-Edition

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Those who served are presented with Veterans Garden at Civic Center

While they represent only a fraction of the millions of men and women who have served in the U.S. armed forces over the years, the veterans of World War II occupy hallowed ground on the pages of American history. Of the approximate 16 million Americans who served in the Second World War, fewer than 390,000 are said to be still […]

Let them vote, City Council says

Calabasas affordable housing issue will go on next year’s ballot

Calabasas voters will go to the polls next year and decide whether or not 161 new apartments should be constructed in the city. A yes vote in either the March primary or November general election will bring not only a supply of new rental units to the Avalon apartment complex on Las Virgenes and Lost Hills roads, but ensure the […]

Water summit on tap

With long periods of drought punctuated by massive wildfires, attitudes about regional water allocation use are starting to change. Las Virgenes Municipal Water District hosted the inaugural Tap-In 2019 Water and Business Summit Nov. 7 at the Agoura Hills Recreation and Event Center. The luncheon event connected local businesses and water professionals in a discussion about the importance of sustainability […]

New ‘linear park’ is 2020 priority in Agoura Hills

Medea Creek channel will be tastefully hidden

A new park being planned for Agoura Hills won’t be a traditional one with sports fields and tennis courts. The city’s first public park south of the 101 Freeway is being called a linear park because it’s meant to complement a 500-footlong Los Angeles County concrete water runoff channel at Agoura and Cornell roads. City officials had hoped to break […]

Thieves hit Agoura Hills T-Mobile store

Three men stole $3,400 in cellphones from the T-Mobile store in the Twin Oaks Shopping center on Kanan Road in Agoura Hills last Saturday afternoon. Hanna Streimer, an employee at the store, said the phones were secured to a concrete slab in the shop. “The hard shell slab of concrete is really heavy. They managed to pull that off and […]

Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills On Nov. 16 someone broke into a locker at the LA Fitness on Agoura Road by breaking a $5 lock. The thief stole a money clip, credit and debit cards, and a driver’s license. The items were worth $224. Someone broke into a car parked at Whizin Market Square on Roadside Drive on Nov. 15. The thief smashed […]

Gathering at the table, giving thanks

Most of us can close our eyes and easily recall exactly what our kitchen table looks like, how it feels beneath our touch and where we sit. We can remember our favorite meals shared there, whether homemade or store-bought. We remember who we were with and what it felt like in those moments as we ate, sometimes unhurriedly, too often […]


Grocery store theft unabated

Stop grocery theft. It has come to this. Our supermarkets need to have door monitors like Costco has. Stop everyone and check their receipts when they exit the market. I see people walking out with a few items in their arms, not in any tote bags. Do they have a receipt? Have an employee at each exit to check receipts. […]