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  • Calabasas, Westlake fall into autumn

    FAMILY TIME—Above, Erin Parks from Los Feliz, also known as Whoopsie the Clown, treats Alexandra and Charlotte Smith of Westlake Village to a balloon ar t demonstration at the 12th annual Westlake Village City Celebration Oct. 18 at the Civic Center.

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  • Halloween a reminder about childhood obesity
    By Stephanie Bertholdo

    The statistics on childhood obesity point to disease and early death for too many children in Los Angeles and Ventura counties.

    In 2010, the Ventura County Health Care Agency conducted a survey that ranked cities in the two counties by the number of overweight and obese children living there.

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  • Brownley, Gorell spar in 26th District
    By Stephanie Sumell

    Assemblymember Jeff Gorell and Rep. Julia Brownley, candidates for California’s 26th Congressional District, debated issues of national importance in front of a standing-room only crowd Oct. 12 at Cal State Channel Islands.

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  • Westlake center charges ahead
    By John Loesing

    Less than three months after its first tenant, Target, opened in July, the Shoppes at Westlake Village is 98 percent leased, the retail center developer announced last week.

    Dan Selleck hosted a party at the shopping center Oct. 15 to thank his supporters and give an update on tenant movement.

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  • Local candidates turn up the volume

    Turnout in the Nov. 4 election is once again expected to be pitiful. (We hope this prediction doesn’t turn into a self-fulfilling prophecy.)

    The apathy started earlier this year with an incredibly low level of voter participation in the 2014 California Primary Election.

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  • Nuclear disaster revisited

    I know it was a serious article about a serious subject, but I laughed out loud when reading the front page story about John Pace and the Santa Susana disaster.

    When I first read the photo caption showing John Pace at the nuclear reactor’s controls “just prior to its meltdown,” I was amazed that such a photograph existed.

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  • Letter

    Scare tactics being used to try to fool people into believing a full cleanup of nearby Rocketdyne/ Santa Susana Field Lab is unnecessary. Some are going so far as to question if there was a partial nuclear meltdown.

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