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[img_assist|nid=150513|title=|desc= NO CELEBRATION—In the photo at top taken by Agoura Hills resident Larry Brown, opponents of the project visit Chesebro Meadow in a show of solidarity. Above, planning commissioners Linda Northrup, who voted against the homes, and John O’Meara, who voted in favor.
One week after Haggen announced plans to close 16 California stores and lay off 1,100 company employees, a local union filed grievances with the grocery chain—as well as Vons and Albertsons—alleging illegal business practices and violations of a collective bargaining agreement.
The Calabasas City Council denied an earlier appeal and voted 3-2 in favor of a plan to build a home on an Old Topanga ridgeline.
The speakers who attended the Aug. 12 council meeting and opposed the new home at 3121 Old Topanga Canyon Road said the structure is too large and not compatible with city rules that prohibit development on signifi- cant hilltops.
Eighteen months into a planned twoyear construction schedule, the expansion of the 101-23 interchange continues to play havoc with the lives of commuters across Ventura County.
When Caltrans warned residents it was going to get worse before it got better—boy, they weren’t kidding.