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With the announcement that California has moved into phase two of its reopening, local businesses are scrambling to lure customers back. Following the governor’s recent change order, many non-essential retail businesses are allowed to resume product sales and make items available for storefront pickup. Car dealers and brick-and-mortar stores that sell flowers, books, music, toys, clothes and sporting goods are […]
The economic impacts of the coronavirus will be felt for years to come, both locally and nationally. In Agoura Hills the pandemic is expected to leave city leaders with a $3.6-million revenue shortfall over the next two years. Facing an uncertain future, the City Council postponed its regular 2020-21 budget meeting until July when Agoura Hills’ financial picture is expected […]
Ventura County restaurants could reopen for seated dining within a matter of days, County CEO Mike Powers said this week on the heels of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s decision to ease the criteria for counties trying to move ahead in their reopening. The restaurants that do welcome diners back will be required to meet strict state guidelines regarding cleaning, disinfecting, handling […]
Calabasas On May 7 a thief broke into a mailbox on Bravo Lane and stole a miscellaneous amount of mail from inside. A thief stole a $200 pair of Airpod headphones from the inside of a car parked on Park Vicente on May 6. There were no signs of forced entry and the owner reported leaving the vehicle locked.
Coronavirus relief money is starting to roll in and where the money flows, sharks will follow. Not talking about people’s regular income because that money has already dried up for about one-fourth of the local residents. The area unemployment rate could reach as high as 30% some fear. What we’re talking about is the stimulus money that residents have been […]
Anecdotal golf history maintains that if you are putting from off the green, you leave the flagstick in the cup. If you are putting from on the green, tradition states you must pick up and remove the flagstick. So not sure, but it sounds like you need an extra surgical glove on the course these days. Trust me, I putt […]