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11/30/2022

CONTEST: Sign up for the Thousand Oaks Acorn’s weekly newsletter between now and Sunday and you’ll be entered in a drawing to win 4 (!) tickets to see “An American Christmas Story,” the Reagan Library’s new 5,000-square-foot Christmas tree exhibit. Value: $100.

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Parents who receive child care through the Conejo Valley Unified School District may have to pay more starting next year...
11/28/2022
Board mulls child care hike

Parents who receive child care through the Conejo Valley Unified School District may have to pay more starting next year.

Parents who receive child care through the Conejo Valley Unified School District may have to pay more starting next year. At the Nov. 15 school board meeting, D

Local Lutheran church will celebrate its 60th anniversary on Sunday
11/28/2022
Lasting redemption

Local Lutheran church will celebrate its 60th anniversary on Sunday

WELCOMING—The Rev. Matthew Nolte talks with Steve Skinner after church services Nov. 20 at Redeemer Lutheran Church. The church will celebrate its 60th anniversary next month. RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers The journey hasn’t always been a piece of cake for one long-standing Thousand Oaks chur...

Since the 1980s, the patrol has roamed the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, lending a helping hand to pe...
11/27/2022
Park agencies corral Volunteer Mounted Patrol

Since the 1980s, the patrol has roamed the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, lending a helping hand to people in a variety of situations and enforcing rules. Group members learned in October the program is being halted indefinitely.

The Santa Monica Mountains’ Mounted Volunteer Patrol has been disbanded, at least for now. Since the 1980s the patrol has roamed the 153,000-acre recreatio

The Thousand Oaks City Council is crafting a policy that could require all new multifamily developments to contain some ...
11/27/2022
Consultant lays out pros, cons out of inclusionary housing

The Thousand Oaks City Council is crafting a policy that could require all new multifamily developments to contain some amount of affordable housing. They're paying a consultant $170,000 to help.

LOCKED OUT—Some housing advocates have been critical of Rick Caruso’s plans for luxury apartments at The Lakes because plans do not include any below-market-rate units. The City Council is discussing a change to the law that would require most residential developments to provide a minimum number...

Once the new systems are installed, visitors entering during non-regular hours will have to be “buzzed in” by staff who ...
11/27/2022
District steps up security spending

Once the new systems are installed, visitors entering during non-regular hours will have to be “buzzed in” by staff who will be able to see them using cameras and speak to them using a microphone.

MORE SECURE—Funds from Measure I are being used to install cameras at all Conejo Valley Unified elementary schools. Eight years after voters passed Measure I, Conejo Valley Unified is using money from the general obligation bond to beef up security systems at its 27 campuses. During a Nov. 1 prese...

Since striking a new agreement with the city last year to acquire the land and build apartments behind the shopping cent...
11/26/2022
Caruso puts kibosh on skating rink

Since striking a new agreement with the city last year to acquire the land and build apartments behind the shopping center, Caruso is no longer obliged to host the annual rink, which first opened in 2005 atop one of the ponds that give the property its name.

A long-standing Thousand Oaks holiday tradition has been put on ice. The skating rink at The Lakes on T.O. Boulevard—part of the city’s original 2004 deal w

From our family to yours, the Acorn Newspapers wish you a very happy Thanksgiving, and may your desserts be sweet. Looki...
11/24/2022

From our family to yours, the Acorn Newspapers wish you a very happy Thanksgiving, and may your desserts be sweet. Looking for something to do this over the extended weekend? Check out our updated calendar of events.

https://www.theacornonline.com/calendar/

PODCAST: Twin brothers Brady and Beau Smigiel, freshman stars for the Newbury Park High football team, talk with produce...
11/23/2022
Pass the turkey: Talking with Newbury Park Football Brothers Brady and Beau Smigiel - Branching Out Sports

PODCAST: Twin brothers Brady and Beau Smigiel, freshman stars for the Newbury Park High football team, talk with producer David Lopez in this special Thanksgiving week episode. Brady threw 46 touchdown passes this fall for the 9-3 Panthers, while Beau, sidelined for most of the year with an injury, is gearing up for a big comeback in 2023. Click the link to listen.

Twin brothers Brady and Beau Smigiel, freshman stars for the Newbury Park High football team, talk with producer David Lopez in this special Thanksgiving week episode. Brady threw 46 touchdown passes this fall for the 9-3 Panthers, while Beau, sid...

Thousand Oaks’ oldest Boy Scout troop is disbanding due to declining participation, but not before honoring its very las...
11/20/2022
Eagle soars as troop disbands

Thousand Oaks’ oldest Boy Scout troop is disbanding due to declining participation, but not before honoring its very last Eagle Scout.

Thousand Oaks’ Boy Scout Troop 716 is disbanding after 60 years. Ventura County has almost 100 Scout troops and Cub Scout packs, but this troop, sponsored by

A new 19-acre life-sciences campus expected to draw interest from major biotech players will come at the expense of 54 p...
11/20/2022
Biotech builder gets green light from commission for new campus

A new 19-acre life-sciences campus expected to draw interest from major biotech players will come at the expense of 54 protected trees, including over 30 oaks. Said one commissioner: "the trade-offs are minimal."

Demolition takes place earlier this year at 1100 Rancho Conejo Blvd. in the industrial area of Newbury Park. The former Amgen property is being redeveloped as a state-of-the-art life-sciences campus. Acorn file photo A new 19-acre life-sciences campus expected to draw interest from major biotech pla...

Theft crews continue to strike homes along open space as police step up efforts.
11/18/2022
Home burglars caught in the act

Theft crews continue to strike homes along open space as police step up efforts.

The Ventura County district attorney’s office is trying to gain convictions against three purported members of a South American theft crew who were caught in

Asked to explain why it is taking longer for the county to process ballots, Mark Lunn said a big part of it is the time ...
11/18/2022
County clerk defends pace of vote count

Asked to explain why it is taking longer for the county to process ballots, Mark Lunn said a big part of it is the time it takes to count mail-in ballots, which requires a worker to visually verify the signature on the outside.

“Every day we’re working . . . it’s detective time,” he said.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers METHODICAL—Officials go through ballots at the elections division of the Ventura County Clerk-Recorder’s office in Ventura on Nov. 15. Since Election Day on Nov. 8, the division has processed around 15,000 ballots each day. With nearly 80,000 ballots left to be cou...

Beginning in 2024, Conejo Recreation and Park District is expected to move from an at-large system—in which all voters s...
11/18/2022
CRPD to join CVUSD in switching to by-area elections

Beginning in 2024, Conejo Recreation and Park District is expected to move from an at-large system—in which all voters select the five-member board of directors—to a by-area system in which voters in a defined area select one member who must live in that same area. They will discuss the matter at a meeting tonight: https://bit.ly/3tHRk5Q

The 2022 election could be the last of its kind for the Conejo Recreation and Park District. Beginning in 2024, CRPD is expected to move from an at-large system

UPDATE (11:22 a.m.): Fire department says forward progress of the blaze has been stopped. Most helicopters have been cal...
11/17/2022

UPDATE (11:22 a.m.): Fire department says forward progress of the blaze has been stopped. Most helicopters have been called off. Mop-up duty expected to last for several hours.

: The Ventura County Fire Department is making good progress on a brush fire that started this morning near where Lynn Road transitions to W. Potrero Road in Newbury Park. No structures threatened, VCFD says. The fire is estimated at between 3 and 5 acres. Fixed-wing tankers have been called off. Helicopters continue to make drops.

New district, no problem for Thousand Oaks’ Jacqui Irwin. As of Friday, the local Democrat appeared headed for victory o...
11/13/2022
Irwin poised to win fifth term in Assembly

New district, no problem for Thousand Oaks’ Jacqui Irwin. As of Friday, the local Democrat appeared headed for victory over Republican challenger Lori Mills of Simi Valley.

OUT FRONT IN THE 42ND—Jacqui Irwin, center, flashes a smile after early results show her with a commanding lead in the 42nd Assembly District race. The local Democrat was at an election night watch party at Tarantula Hill Brewing Company with T.O. council candidates Bob Engler and Sharon McMahon. ...

The race for Ventura County Supervisor District 2 remains too close to call, but Jeff Gorell is trending toward a surpri...
11/12/2022
Bill-de la Peña can’t hold off Gorell

The race for Ventura County Supervisor District 2 remains too close to call, but Jeff Gorell is trending toward a surprise come-from-behind victory over longtime Thousand Oaks Councilmember Claudia Bill-de la Peña.

This story was updated at 3:47 p.m. Nov. 11, 2022, to reflect the latest vote count. Claudia Bill-de la Peña said she wasn’t worried. Jeff Gorell said he

“It wasn’t available for my sister . . . but maybe, by raising awareness, I can help save the lives of others.”
11/11/2022
Resident on mission to bring awareness to 988 hotline

“It wasn’t available for my sister . . . but maybe, by raising awareness, I can help save the lives of others.”

A longtime Thousand Oaks city employee whose own life has been impacted by su***de is raising awareness about mental health and addiction to help those who may

Members of the Borderline family—victims’ relatives, survivors of the attack and residents who support them—made their a...
11/11/2022
Four years on, the pain persists

Members of the Borderline family—victims’ relatives, survivors of the attack and residents who support them—made their annual pilgrimage to Conejo Creek Park’s Healing Garden on Monday to share memories, hugs and words of comfort. The day marked the fourth anniversary of the mass shooting at Thousand Oaks’ Borderline Bar and Grill.

Members of the Borderline family—victims’ relatives, survivors of the attack and residents who support them—made their annual pilgrimage to Conejo Creek P

Of the six fatal collisions to happen in Thousand Oaks so far in 2022, three involved people who were over the legal blo...
11/11/2022
Trend of fatal DUIs causes concern heading into holidays

Of the six fatal collisions to happen in Thousand Oaks so far in 2022, three involved people who were over the legal blood alcohol limit of 0.08, according to reports from the Ventura County medical examiner’s office.

Local police are picking up on a familiar but disturbing trend: deadly car crashes where intoxication is a primary factor. Of the six fatal collisions to hap

CORRECTION: There will be a Veterans Day event this morning at 11 at Conejo Creek Park North Veterans Memorial. The Acor...
11/11/2022

CORRECTION: There will be a Veterans Day event this morning at 11 at Conejo Creek Park North Veterans Memorial. The Acorn had not been made aware and published incorrect information in today’s edition. We apologize for the error and want to thank Conejo Recreation and Park District and other veterans groups for keeping up this annual tradition.

Sincerely, Kyle Jorrey, TO Acorn editor

This Veteran's Day we would like to take the time to honor and thank all those who served their country. Let us salute our soldiers and let us work harder to create a nation of their dream. Let us work together to take our country to new heights. We are grateful to those who give their courage and commitment in order to protect our country.

CRPD Administrative Offices on Hillcrest are closed today.

FOOTBALL: The Newbury Park High football team won their first playoff game since 2014. Hear from starting quarterback Br...
11/11/2022
FOOTBALL: Newbury Park defeats Mira Costa 41-14

FOOTBALL: The Newbury Park High football team won their first playoff game since 2014. Hear from starting quarterback Brady Smigiel and head coach Joe Smigiel following their opening-round victory over visiting Mira Costa. Click the link to view.

The Newbury Park High football team won their first playoff game since 2014. Hear from starting quarterback Brady Smigiel and head coach Joe Smigiel followin...

4:30 this Saturday at Regency’s Agoura Hills:  a Q&A screening of Best Animated Feature contender LUCK w/director Peggy ...
11/09/2022

4:30 this Saturday at Regency’s Agoura Hills: a Q&A screening of Best Animated Feature contender LUCK w/director Peggy Holmes! Free popcorn/candy/soda + $10 off with coupon code AcornReader at www.MalibuFilmSociety.org.

As of 12:47 a.m. Wed., Nov. 9, here’s where local races stood:
11/09/2022
LOCAL ELECTION RESULTS

As of 12:47 a.m. Wed., Nov. 9, here’s where local races stood:

As of 12:47 a.m. Wed., Nov. 9, here’s where local races stood: Ventura County Board of Supervisors District 2 Claudia Bill-de La Peña leads Jeff Gorell

Today marks four years since 12 people were killed by a shooter at Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks. Those look...
11/07/2022
Groups team up to host Borderline anniversary observance

Today marks four years since 12 people were killed by a shooter at Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks. Those looking to gather with others to reflect are invited to the Conejo Creek Healing Garden today between 4 and 6 p.m.

Nov. 7 marks the fourth anniversary of the Borderline shooting, where 12 lives were taken, including that of on-duty Ventura County sheriff’s Sgt. Ron Helus.&

Future self-storage facilities in the city of Thousand Oaks will be excluded from prime commercial areas.
11/04/2022
Council approves rules to limit self-storage growth

Future self-storage facilities in the city of Thousand Oaks will be excluded from prime commercial areas.

LIMITED—Companies looking to bring storage facilities to Thousand Oaks will be limited on where they can build. City officials want to give priority to businesses that will offer more employment opportunities. Acorn file photo Future self-storage facilities in the city of Thousand Oaks will be exc...

Families, survivors, first responders and community members are invited to gather Monday (Nov. 7) from 4 to 6 p.m. at th...
11/04/2022
Groups team up to host Borderline anniversary observance

Families, survivors, first responders and community members are invited to gather Monday (Nov. 7) from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Healing Garden in Thousand Oaks to mark the fourth anniversary since 12 lives were taken in a shooting at Borderline Bar and Grill.

Nov. 7 marks the fourth anniversary of the Borderline shooting, where 12 lives were taken, including that of on-duty Ventura County sheriff’s Sgt. Ron Helus.&

A judge has ruled the LA County Sheriff’s Department did not violate Rebecca Grossman’s constitutional rights by forcing...
11/04/2022
Grossman trial could start as early as February

A judge has ruled the LA County Sheriff’s Department did not violate Rebecca Grossman’s constitutional rights by forcing her to give blood in the hours after she struck Mark and Jacob Iskander with her car.

Rebecca Grossman’s last best hope of convincing a judge that authorities violated her Fourth Amendment rights by taking a sample of her blood the night her ca

Speaking from the stand, Elizabeth Grossman denied any coercion was involved in her late husband changing his will, sayi...
11/04/2022
Widow testifies at Grossman estate trial

Speaking from the stand, Elizabeth Grossman denied any coercion was involved in her late husband changing his will, saying Dr. Richard Grossman simply didn't trust his son Peter.

Dr. Richard Grossman needed kidney surgery, and, despite years on waiting lists at medical centers in California and Florida, it was the island paradise of Hawa

With Republicans needing only to gain five seats to retake the House of Representatives, a tighter-than-expected contest...
11/03/2022
Donations suggest Brownley seat might be at-risk

With Republicans needing only to gain five seats to retake the House of Representatives, a tighter-than-expected contest in CA-26 is getting national attention.

APPROACHING THE FINISH LINE—Republican Matt Jacobs, left, is trying to unseat five-term incumbent Democrat Julia Brownley, at right. Recent donations to Brownley’s campaign suggest the race could be closer than pundits initially predicted. MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Residents of the 26th Con...

A 54-year-old woman in town from Georgia was arrested this week at a local hotel after she allegedly left her dog and ca...
11/03/2022
Hotel guest accused of animal abuse

A 54-year-old woman in town from Georgia was arrested this week at a local hotel after she allegedly left her dog and cat in a car overnight and into the next day without food and water and the windows shut. The cat was rescued; the dog did not survive.

A 54-year-old woman was arrested this week at a Newbury Park hotel on suspicion of leaving her dog and cat in a hot and locked car overnight without food and wa

People’s Self-Help Housing Corp., a San Luis Obispo-based nonprofit builder, will lead an effort to transform the former...
11/03/2022
City selects partner to develop housing at Hillcrest site

People’s Self-Help Housing Corp., a San Luis Obispo-based nonprofit builder, will lead an effort to transform the former Hillcrest Christian School campus on Erbes Road into nearly 80 for-sale townhomes.

The City of Thousand Oaks has selected a partner for its for-sale affordable housing venture. People’s Self-Help Housing Corp., a San Luis Obispo-based non

Postseason Primer: Hear from Brady Smigiel, Casey Kniriem and Charlie Simmons as the Panthers prepare for the CIF-SS Div...
11/02/2022
FOOTBALL: Newbury Park Playoff Preview

Postseason Primer: Hear from Brady Smigiel, Casey Kniriem and Charlie Simmons as the Panthers prepare for the CIF-SS Division 4 playoffs. Newbury Park hosts Mira Costa Friday night at 7pm.

Hear from freshman quarterback Brady Smigiel, senior wide receiver Casey Knieriem and senior wide receiver Charlie Simmons as the Panthers prepare for the CI...

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Welp, I'm as red as a lobster because someone didn't put on sunscreen yesterday. BUT, the Fill the Truck Diaper Drive was a HUGE success Conejo Community Outreach is so grateful to all of you who were able to support this event either with an online donation or order, or by dropping off donations yesterday. It was so great to see so many of you throughout the day!!

This event would not have been possible without Conejo Valley Unified School District working with us to secure space at the NPHS parking lot. Also, we certainly couldn't have done it without a truck (thank you Scott & Conejo Restoration) ... Scott dropped off and came and picked up the truck and helped us unload all the diapers in the storage unit! And, our volunteer of the day was no doubt Kyle Rohrbach who spent three hours sorting all the diapers in the truck.

The truck was definitely packed to just about the max, so we couldn't have asked for a better day! Over the next few days I'll be working on updating our website with all of our donors, doing a full count of what we received to share, and OF COURSE, drawing raffle winners! Big thank you to the local businesses who supported this event with a raffle prize: The Arterie Newberry Candy SLATE Bistro + Craft Bar Jacob Flame's Tang Soo Do University West_ThousandOaks Oak & Iron Thousand Oaks Tarantula Hill Brewing Company Thousand Oaks Acorn Just Peachy and Black Flower Vanilla Company. And a shoutout to Aspen Elementary School who coordinated a diaper drive to support this event!

Thank you everyone!! 💕
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Easter Sunrise Services Return To Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks-Griffin Memorial Park, April 17

Easter sunrise services return to Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks-Griffin Memorial Park on April 17 beginning at 6:00 a.m. after a two-year hiatus because of COVID 19. The service takes place in the parking lot of the main building, 5600 Lindero Canyon Road in Westlake Village. This is a nondenominational service, and is sponsored by the Conejo Valley Interfaith Association.

“This year’s Easter Sunrise Service provides an important way to bring the community back together again in a safe and memorable way as we celebrate the start of a new and wonderful day together,” said Christine Ondesko, general manager, Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks-Griffin Memorial Park. “It is important to us to offer this service after what has been a long and stressful time for everyone. We hope you will join us for this meaningful event.”

Clergy representing from churches throughout the community will concelebrate the service. Participants include The Reverend Dr. Gary Alan Dickey, United Methodist Church, Ret., The Reverend Rachel Tabutol, United Methodist Church of Westlake Village, The Reverend David Rohde, Westminster Presbyterian Church of Westlake Village, and Terry Paulson, Ph.D., New Hope Lutheran Church of Agoura. Music will be provided by soloist Karenjo Crump, United Methodist Church of Westlake Village and Joe Marquez, keyboardist. A release of white doves concludes the service, symbolizing love, peace, and hope for the future.

The Easter Sunrise Service is free and open to the public. For more information and directions, call Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks Memorial Park at (818) 889-0902.

Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks Memorial Park & Mortuary, FD 1344, in Westlake Village, Calif., is a proud Dignity Memorial provider. The Dignity Memorial network of more than 1,800 funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers is North America’s most trusted resource for funeral and memorialization services. Dignity Memorial providers offer an unmatched combination of products and locations serving families with care, integrity, respect and service excellence. For more information, call (818) 889-0902 or visit www.piercebrothersvalleyoaks.com.
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