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  • Back to nature
    By Stephanie Bertholdo

    [img_assist|nid=158847|title=|desc= SOLID FOOTING—An 80-foot steel bridge spans a restored section of Medea Creek near Chumash Park.

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  • Agoura Hills doubles down on medical cannabis law
    By Stephanie Bertholdo

    Like many cities across California, Agoura Hills does not allow medical marijuana dispensaries, and at a meeting last week the City Council tightened its 2008 anti-pot law even further to comply with the new state regulations.

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  • Sitting down on the job is a good thing, court says
    By Rob McCarthy
    Special to The Acorn

    Two local bank branches are abiding by the recent California Supreme Court decision that governs sitting and standing on the job, but other banks and retail drugstores are still studying the high court ruling to see how it affects them.

    The ruling

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  • Candidate well-versed in property rights, women’s issues
    By Sylvie Belmond

    The second in a series of stories profiling contenders in the June California primary election.

    An attorney and women’s rights activist, Janice Kamenir- Reznik is turning to politics for the first time with an eye on improving the quality of life in California’s 27th Senate District.

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    Agoura Hills

    A thief stole a $100 wallet, a $135 U.S. passport, a $250 pair of sunglasses and a pair of shoes valued at $45 from a car parked in the 30400 block of Mulholland Highway April 8.

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  • Rancho Simi to decide Mae Boyar plan
    By Stephanie Bertholdo

    Recommendations about the design of the new Oak Park Community Center at Mae Boyar Park have been placed in the hands of Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District board of directors.

    Members of an Oak Park committee looking at the center approved their recommendations on April 14 and sent them to Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District, which governs Oak Park parks.

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  • State Senate race kicks election season into high gear

    When Fran Pavley campaigned for her California 27th Senate seat in 2012, little did anyone expect that her Republican challenger, Todd Zink, would win more than 46 percent of the final vote in the presumptively Democratic district. In the primary election, Zink beat Pavley 51 to 49 percent. (Admittedly, Zink ran unopposed as a Republican while Pavley’s vote was split among Democrats.)

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