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  • Planning panel OKs four-story Calabasas hotel
    By Sylvie Belmond

    [img_assist|nid=156135|title=|desc= HERE’S HOW IT WILL LOOK—So-called story poles give people a look at how the proposed hotel will be positioned on Las Virgenes Road and how big it will be. Right, developer Richard Weintraub tells the Calabasas Planning Commission on Feb. 3 why the 127-room Marriott hotel is right for the community.

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  • High in the saddle

    UP AND OVER—James Tota, 13, riding for Agoura Hills-based Schott in the Dark Farms, wins the jumping event in the recent Thoroughbred Classic Horse Show Series at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center. James is from Westlake Village.

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  • Rabid bat buzzes school
    By Stephanie Bertholdo

    A pair of Calabasas High School science teachers acted quickly and decisively to capture and remove a rabid bat that flew onto the campus Jan. 29.

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  • Car chase screeches to a halt at Oak Park shopping center

    Deputies from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office were taken on a short car chase Tuesday morning after a man attempted to flee following what began as a routine traffic stop.

    It became anything but.

    The chase began around 11:25 a.m. in Thousand Oaks after police attempted to stop a man driving a white pickup truck for a traffic violation.

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  • Oak Park recreation committee introduces 22-year-old
    By Sylvie Belmond

    A longtime Oak Park community advocate and a young man who wants to preserve the beauty of the place where he grew up were chosen as the newest members of the Oak Park recreation and park committee.

    About two dozen residents participated in the committee election at a Municipal Advisory Council meeting Jan. 26. Six candidates ran for two openings on the park and rec panel.

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    The Ladyface Ale brew pub in Agoura Hills recently celebrated its sixth year in business, not first year as reported in last week’s issue.

    A letter to the editor last week erroneously said the mayor of Calabasas receives an annual salary of $269,000. The mayor and other City Council members receive a monthly stipend of $849, and a monthly auto allowance of $250.

  • Calabasas City Council approves request to expand Hilton Garden Inn
    By Sylvie Belmond

    The Hilton Garden Inn announced plans to expand its Calabasas hotel.

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    Agoura Hills

    A burglar stole a purse containing a wallet with $800 in cash, a driver’s license and bank cards from a car parked on Driver Avenue Jan. 31. The culprit caused $300 in damage shattering a window to get into the vehicle.

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