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  • Not so home sweet home
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    By Stephanie Bertholdo
    sbertholdo@theacorn.com

    The ongoing debate between what a developer wants to build and what residents envision for their community played out last week at the Agoura Hills City Council meeting.

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  • Calabasas hotel goes on Nov. 8 ballot
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    By Sylvie Belmond
    belmond@theacorn.com

    Calabasas voters have another reason to go to the polls Nov. 8: The controversial Canyon Oaks hotel and home development at Agoura and Las Virgenes roads will be on the ballot.

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  • Standoff requires SWAT inter vention
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    By Sylvie Belmond
    belmond@theacorn.com

    A man wanted in connection with an armed robbery in Thousand Oaks was arrested this week in Calabasas following an eight-hour standoff with police.

    John Marciniak, 26, allegedly robbed the Mobil gas station in the 900 block of Westlake Boulevard on Aug. 11 at gunpoint.

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  • North Ranch Gateway shopping center shows artistic leaning
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    By Sylvie Belmond
    belmond@theacorn.com

    [img_assist|nid=162531|title=|desc= DESIGN—The tile mosaics will be placed on the vertical rectangles of the two towers, shown above.

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  • Wildlife restoration conflicts with bike jumps
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    By Sylvie Belmond
    belmond@theacorn.com

    A plan to restore wildlife habitat along Medea Creek in Oak Park could limit the public’s access to an area that is popular among off-road cyclists and BMX enthusiasts who have been using the dirt jumps south of Conifer Street for many years.

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  • Smile, your Acorn vacation photo could be a winner

    It’s that time of year, like it or not.

    Vacation is almost over, kids are going back to school and autumn is approaching.

    If you’re already pining for another vacation, don’t worry. You can prolong the joy of summer by participating in this newspaper’s annual Take Your Acorn on Vacation Photo Contest.

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  • Another tax grab

    Why is it when our public officials (money grabbers) want to raise taxes on us they always use some type of a scare tactic?

    If it’s so important to raise all this money, why can’t these same people look at the waste in government and first show us how they can reduce their spending. The money is right there.

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