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  • Businesses want City of Calabasas to relax sign laws
    By Brennan Whitmore
    Special to The Acorn

    A group of business owners in Calabasas asked the City Council at its Dec. 10 meeting to review the restrictions on sign usage in the city.

    The group wants more freeway facing signs, fewer restrictions on the size of monument signs and elimination of the ban on sidewalk signs.

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  • Newcomers join OPUSD school board
    By Stephanie Bertholdo

    The Oak Park Unified School District Board of Education officially welcomed three new members during its Dec. 9 reorganization meeting.

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  • Viewpoint names McKee

    Viewpoint School’s board of trustees unanimously selected Mark McKee as the school’s next leader in charge of daily operations.

    McKee is currently head of school at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Day School in San Mateo, Calif., and brings to Viewpoint more than 20 years of leadership experience in K-12 independent schools.

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  • Water board reorganizes

    Las Virgenes Municipal Water District board members were sworn into office at LVMWD’s Dec. 9 meeting.

    Incumbent board directors Glen Peterson (Division 2) and Lee Renger (Division 3), along with the newly elected Jay Lewitt (Division 5) began new four-year terms.

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  • Local cities are learning to read sign language

    Calabasas, Agoura Hills and Westlake Village embrace a business sign policy that suggests the size of the sign is inversely proportional to the beauty of the city. The bigger the sign, the uglier the environment; the smaller the sign, the better off we all are.

    But businesses don’t see it that way.

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  • Acorn policy of free speech comes under question

    I am writing in support of Martin Jansen’s letter to the editor, “Letters could use some censorship (Dec. 11), and to dispute the feeble answer given by The Acorn.

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