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“From what I have seen, what I have observed, people are needing this sort of relief."
04/15/2022
Thousand Oaks council agrees to revisit cannabis ordinance

“From what I have seen, what I have observed, people are needing this sort of relief."

Tuesday’s City Council meeting was precedent-setting not only in what was decided, but how. The council, by a 3-2 vote, directed city staff to draft a change

A double kidney transplant saved Oak View resident Stephen Weed's life. Through his volunteer work with an organ and tis...
04/14/2022
A ‘beautiful’ way to selflessly save lives

A double kidney transplant saved Oak View resident Stephen Weed's life. Through his volunteer work with an organ and tissue donation nonprofit, Weed hopes to honor the two men whose names he does not know but will never forget.

When Oak View resident Stephen Weed went into kidney failure, he was not willing to stop fighting for his health. He was raising his two young sons, Gabriel and

Dean Shaw scoffs at being called a hero, but that’s the title his Oaknoll Villas neighbors bestowed upon him after he pu...
04/14/2022
‘I didn’t think about it—I just did it’

Dean Shaw scoffs at being called a hero, but that’s the title his Oaknoll Villas neighbors bestowed upon him after he pulled a woman from her car just moments before it burst into flames the evening of March 12, destroying 15 vehicles and a carport.

Dean Shaw scoffs at being called a hero, but that’s the title his Oaknoll Villas neighbors bestowed upon him after his actions last month. Shaw, 79, pulled

Former Ventura County chief executive Mike Powers has admitted to using a racially insensitive nickname to refer to an e...
04/14/2022
Former county CEO maintains innocence

Former Ventura County chief executive Mike Powers has admitted to using a racially insensitive nickname to refer to an employee of Mexican descent but says his intent was “purely positive.”

Former Ventura County chief executive Mike Powers has admitted to using a racially insensitive nickname to refer to an employee of Mexican descent but says his

The Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams are preparing to hit the road to share the Vince Lombardi Trophy with fans. The...
04/14/2022
Rams Super Bowl victory tour starts in Thousand Oaks

The Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams are preparing to hit the road to share the Vince Lombardi Trophy with fans. Their first stop: Thousand Oaks.

Los Angeles Rams star Aaron Donald breaks into dance during a pre-Super Bowl rally in February at Oaks Christian School in Westlake Village. Acorn file photo The Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams are preparing to hit the road to share the Vince Lombardi Trophy with fans. Their first stop: Thousan...

"Language does tie into culture . . . it feels like I'm closer to my ancestors." This week on the podcast: Moorpark Acor...
04/13/2022

"Language does tie into culture . . . it feels like I'm closer to my ancestors."

This week on the podcast: Moorpark Acorn reporter Makena Huey and Thousand Oaks Acorn reporter Dawn Megli are joined via Zoom by Salvador Tumamait Ambriz and Alanna Cronk, two Ventureño Chumash who are part of a movement to revitalize the mitsqanaqan language.

Tune in: https://www.buzzsprout.com/396817/10410522-reclaiming-the-ventureno-chumash-language

During a search of local smoke shops, detectives found a total of around 20 pounds of marijuana, 1 pound of psilocybin m...
04/11/2022
Boulevard smoke shop accused of dealing drugs

During a search of local smoke shops, detectives found a total of around 20 pounds of marijuana, 1 pound of psilocybin mushrooms, an ounce of ketamine, THC vapes and edibles, a pound of cannabis wax and 2 ounces of MDMA, also known as Ecstasy or Molly.

Two people were arrested March 25 in connection with suspected illegal drug sales at a Thousand Oaks business, the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office said. Mo

Athens Services’ plan to build a local maintenance yard to store and service its fleet of 42 garbage trucks is on hold.W...
04/11/2022
About to enter Year 2, T.O. trash wars intensify

Athens Services’ plan to build a local maintenance yard to store and service its fleet of 42 garbage trucks is on hold.

Waste Management—Thousand Oaks’ former hauler—has spent $1,500 to appeal the results of an administrative hearing at City Hall that gave Athens the green light to move ahead.

Athens Services’ plan to build a local maintenance yard to store and service its fleet of 42 garbage trucks is on hold. Waste Management—Thousand Oaks’

“Now we give our grieving hearts relief by coming together to celebrate and honor the life of Courtney, a remarkable you...
04/11/2022
Memorial to honor NPHS grad killed in drive-by shooting

“Now we give our grieving hearts relief by coming together to celebrate and honor the life of Courtney, a remarkable young man who not only had a zest for life but shared it with everyone he knew."

Deep, wide and unconditional. That’s how Rekha Garg described the love her son Courtney Garg Brousseau shared with those around him. “He was just very

LAST CHANCE! Send in a picture of your favorite live performance ever -- whether it's your kid's middle school band conc...
04/10/2022

LAST CHANCE!

Send in a picture of your favorite live performance ever -- whether it's your kid's middle school band concert or that time you saw Hamilton at the Pantages -- for a chance to see it in the next edition of Beyond the Acorn.

Email photos to: [email protected] by TOMORROW, April 11.

EDITORIAL: "The state has made plenty of headway reducing prison populations and making other criminal justice reforms, ...
04/09/2022
Time for tough action on converter thieves, buyers

EDITORIAL:
"The state has made plenty of headway reducing prison populations and making other criminal justice reforms, but it’s time for legislators to acknowledge that the pendulum has swung too far the other way. Addressing the catalytic converter crime wave plaguing our neighborhoods is the perfect place to start."

The persistent blitzkrieg of catalytic converter thieves in our communities—and law enforcement’s inability to stop them—raises the question whether the solution lies with our state legislators. While these crimes are generally viewed as misdemeanors in the eye of the law, the frequency with w...

A ruptured water main flooded a local street last month, causing two sinkholes to open up in the ground, one about the s...
04/08/2022
Busted pipe floods local street

A ruptured water main flooded a local street last month, causing two sinkholes to open up in the ground, one about the size of a pickup truck. The city had the road repaired within days at a cost of around $250,000.

BEFORE AND AFTER—Queens Way in Thousand Oaks required new asphalt after a water main ruptured on the morning of March 16 and flooded the horseshoe-shaped residential street near Lang Ranch Elementary School, causing two sinkholes to form. The roadway was repaired and resurfaced within days, but at...

Check out our April calendar for fun events happening around town this weekend! (via Beyond the Acorn)
04/08/2022
Around Town & Online: April calendar of events - Beyond The Acorn -

Check out our April calendar for fun events happening around town this weekend!

(via Beyond the Acorn)

Patrick Murphy of Newbury Park, a member of The Coveralls, performs with the band during the 2016 Arbor/Earth Day celebration in Thousand Oaks. This year's celebration takes place April 9 at the Thousand Oaks Community Center. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/Acorn Newspapers Through April 3 "The Gin Game" JoBe...

Oleksandr Kostiuchenko said he didn’t know true pain until the day he buried his older brother and best friend, Ventura ...
04/07/2022
Father of two plays witness to war

Oleksandr Kostiuchenko said he didn’t know true pain until the day he buried his older brother and best friend, Ventura County sheriff’s Dep. Yevhen “Eugene” Kostiuchenko, who was killed in the line of duty in 2014.

But the immense grief he felt eight years ago still does not compare to what he’s experienced over the past six weeks in his home country of Ukraine.

"I believe I have to stand my ground....This is my native city, this is my native country."

Oleksandr Kostiuchenko said he didn’t know true pain until the day he buried his older brother and best friend, Yevhen. Ventura County sheriff’s Dep. Yev

Thefts were up sharply last year in the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office’s five contract cities. And while property crime...
04/07/2022
County sees surge in grand theft

Thefts were up sharply last year in the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office’s five contract cities. And while property crime has returned to pre-pandemic levels, violent crime has not.

Thefts were up sharply last year in the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office’s five contract cities, a trend the department attributes to a wave of thieves steal

“I’m feeling very positive things are going to work out. But these stories are everywhere."A 72-year-old woman must leav...
04/07/2022
Lost in luxury’s shadow

“I’m feeling very positive things are going to work out. But these stories are everywhere."

A 72-year-old woman must leave her home of 35 years, just one example in a wave of disruption hitting the area’s senior population as home prices and rents skyrocket.

Behind a chain-link fence on Conejo School Road, there is a secret garden. The small, secluded plot is anchored by a pepper tree and filled with red roses, l

To help keep up with an increase in requests, Conejo Community Outreach is running a community diaper drive this Sunday ...
04/07/2022
Nonprofit reaches 500K diaper mark

To help keep up with an increase in requests, Conejo Community Outreach is running a community diaper drive this Sunday (April 10) from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Newbury Park High School parking lot. For details on how to take part, go to https://www.conejocommunityoutreach.com/

MEETING NEEDS—Ana Banuelos-Finn with Ventura County Public Health hands out diapers collected by Conejo Community Outreach. Courtesy photo Conejo Community Outreach, a local volunteer-run nonprofit, has distributed more than half a million diapers to families in Ventura County through its communit...

"I believe I have to stand my ground. I cannot speak for all Ukrainian men, but this is my native city, this is my nativ...
04/06/2022

"I believe I have to stand my ground. I cannot speak for all Ukrainian men, but this is my native city, this is my native country. I have an open U.S. visa, and I believe if I wanted to I could make it through the border either legally or illegally. But that was my choice: To stay here and be helpful to the maximum extent possible for my people."

In this week's episode of Branching Out: Oleksandr Kostiuchenko, the brother of a Ventura Sheriff's deputy killed in 2014, speaks with Moorpark reporter Makena Huey from a hotel room in Kyiv while waiting for the call to fight.

Tune in to the podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/396817

Even at 92, Thousand Oaks resident Mel Wilson hasn't lost his passion for playing music at dances.
04/04/2022
For DJ, music is fountain of youth

Even at 92, Thousand Oaks resident Mel Wilson hasn't lost his passion for playing music at dances.

ALL THE RIGHT MOVES—Thousand Oaks resident Mel Wilson, 93, has been a volunteer DJ over the past 13 years for a line dancing class at the Goebel Adult Community Center. DJ Mel Wilson’s calendar is booked solid. With new sounds and all the classics, he packs up his laptop and provides music for a...

“Ultimately, our goal in this is to put Jesus first and to do everything we can to help you get connected to a great loc...
04/03/2022
Local churches team up for ‘Easter in Conejo Valley’

“Ultimately, our goal in this is to put Jesus first and to do everything we can to help you get connected to a great local church.”

SINGULAR PURPOSE—The Revs. Shawn Thornton (Calvary Community Church), left, and Mark Brown (The Bridge) are a part of Easter in Conejo Valley, the product of 19 local churches that came together and decided the message of the season is best served by working together rather than independently. Cou...

The men, Ventura County sheriff’s deputies said, were members of a burglary crew that cases upscale homes and robs them....
04/03/2022
Oak Park man hailed a hero for taking down the bad guys

The men, Ventura County sheriff’s deputies said, were members of a burglary crew that cases upscale homes and robs them. Usually they’re successful.

This time, they picked the wrong house.

QUIET PLACE―Key Largo Court in the Montego neighborhood of Oak Park was a considered safe place to live, until the evening of April 1. What happened at Sal Mercado’s home was no April Fools’ joke. Photos by JOHN LOESING/Acorn Newspapers Sal Mercardo is a soft-spoken, 60-year-old insurance sale...

After 30 years in the possession of the Nazarbekian family, the largest vacant lot on Thousand Oaks Boulevard is expecte...
04/02/2022
New vision OK’d for high-profile T.O. Boulevard address

After 30 years in the possession of the Nazarbekian family, the largest vacant lot on Thousand Oaks Boulevard is expected to change hands soon. Having won prescreening approval Tuesday for a mixed-use concept with over 320 apartments and 5,000 square feet of retail space, the family intends to sell the 6-acre plot at Hodencamp Road to a developer.

GOING ON THE MARKET—The latest plan for 500 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. includes 328 apartments and 5,300 square feet of retail space. The family-owned plot at Hodencamp Road has long been home to an annual pumpkin patch and Christmas tree lot. This week’s vote allows the proposal to move forward, bu...

The young mountain lion, not quite old enough to be considered an adult, was the 25th big cat to be hit and killed by a ...
04/01/2022
Big cat killed on Pacific Coast Highway

The young mountain lion, not quite old enough to be considered an adult, was the 25th big cat to be hit and killed by a car in the Santa Monica Mountains area since NPS stared keeping a tally in 2002.

IN PERIL—The newest cougar (not shown above) in the National Park Service’s study, P-104, was found dead last week on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, just a short time after he was caught and collared. He is the 25th puma in the history of the 20-year-old study to be hit and killed by a car

Scofflaw or fighter for free expression?Prolific Thousand Oaks property owner Shawn Moradian is leveraging his family’s ...
04/01/2022
TOBA president gets early start on signs

Scofflaw or fighter for free expression?

Prolific Thousand Oaks property owner Shawn Moradian is leveraging his family’s real estate holdings to make clear who he’s supporting for Ventura County supervisor District 2.

SENDING A MESSAGE—Scores of Jeff Gorell signs began popping up last week at properties owned by Thousand Oaks Boulevard Association President Shawn Moradian. Above, the view from outside Bad Ass Tacos. Courtesy photo Scofflaw or fighter for free expression? Prolific Thousand Oaks property owner Sh...

An epidemic of drug overdoses continues to plague Ventura County. The number of fatal overdoses in the county increased ...
04/01/2022
Fentanyl driving spike in overdose deaths, report shows

An epidemic of drug overdoses continues to plague Ventura County. The number of fatal overdoses in the county increased significantly in 2021, with a 33% increase from 2020 and a 94% increase from 2019, according to the county medical examiner’s office.

Simi Valley resident Stella Alvarez lost one of her friends, a fellow Royal High School student known as “Lil Nick,” to an accidental overdose in 2018. T

After two months, the high of finally opening has worn off for the owners of the city’s first cannabis dispensaries. Nei...
03/31/2022
Dispensaries want to serve 21 and up

After two months, the high of finally opening has worn off for the owners of the city’s first cannabis dispensaries. Neither is prospering.

The high of finally opening has worn off for the owners of the city’s first cannabis dispensaries after two months. Neither is prospering. The problem,

In the wake of Ventura County CEO Mike Powers’ exit last month following allegations that he for years mistreated a fema...
03/31/2022
Outside auditor will review county HR practices

In the wake of Ventura County CEO Mike Powers’ exit last month following allegations that he for years mistreated a female employee along racial, sexual and professional lines, an independent auditor will review the county’s human resources employee complaint process, as well as whistleblower protections.

In the wake of Ventura County CEO Mike Powers’ exit last month following allegations that he for years mistreated a female employee along racial, sexual and p

What happens when a confidential document about a powerful county figure lands in the hands of local journalists? Find o...
03/30/2022

What happens when a confidential document about a powerful county figure lands in the hands of local journalists?

Find out in Branching Out: Thousand Oaks Acorn editor Kyle Jorrey and Camarillo and Moorpark Acorn editor Dan Wolowicz lift the veil on how they broke the Mike Powers story.

Tune in to the podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/396817/10323858-the-powers-report

The owners of the largest vacant lot on Thousand Oaks Boulevard will be in front of the City Council tonight with their ...
03/29/2022
New proposal for key boulevard property

The owners of the largest vacant lot on Thousand Oaks Boulevard will be in front of the City Council tonight with their latest vision for the property: a mixed-use development with 328 apartments and 5,300 square feet of retail space.

VISION—The latest conceptual plan for 500 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. includes 328 apartments and 5,300 square feet of retail space. The family-owned plot has long been home to an annual pumpkin patch and Christmas tree lot, and little else. Tonight’s vote would allow the proposal to move forward, bu...

The $1.6-million bridge is seen as a key step in a multi-year effort by the Conejo Rec and Park District and the City of...
03/26/2022
Bridge gets commission backing

The $1.6-million bridge is seen as a key step in a multi-year effort by the Conejo Rec and Park District and the City of Thousand Oaks to address concerns about overuse of the Wildwood Regional Park parking lot at the end of Avenida de Los Arboles

DIVERTING TRAFFIC— The proposed bridge in Hill Canyon will provide improved access to Wildwood Regional Park from the west, COSCA says. Courtesy of COSCA With the latest bureaucratic bridge crossed, plans to build a new over-water crossing in Thousand Oaks’ Hill Canyon are headed to the City Cou...

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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.