April 27, 2017 RSS feed / Letters

Why can’t city live within budget?

Councilman McCoy, really? What planet do you live on? We don’t need more taxes. I sincerely hope this isn’t the City Council’s best and only idea.  More...

Adams, McCoy didn’t get memo

I had to laugh while reading this past week’s edition of the Acorn. More...

Abortion affects enrollment

Thousand Oaks schools losing enrollment is blamed on high house prices and a declining birth rate.  Thousand Oaks has always had higher house prices than most surrounding areas, and through the years young families still found a way to live here More...

New SCE rules are illogical

Our family moved to Newbury Park about four years ago. More...

Self-satisfaction was misplaced

This is in response to the letter “Want affordable housing? Try the Valley” in the Thousand Oaks Acorn April 13.  Cab fare for commuters? More...

Government wants more funds

Well, folks, here we go again. Our government wants more of our money. They want to raise the sales tax by a half-percent because they have a shortfall of $4.5 million every year for road repair. More...

Hopefully sheriff puts safetyfirst

Unfortunately, several people have stated they are not sure of Sheriff Dean’s position on the passing of Senate Bill 54.  More...

McCoy dedicates life to community

I read the comments by Jon Cummings in recent editions of the Acorn. More...

Utility rates always go up

Eric Bergh of the Calleguas Municipal Water District made a great presentation at the Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park and explained in detail what is going on with water supply rates. More...

Declaration is not Bible-based

Regarding Dwight Moller’s letter “Be thankful our nation follows biblical values”:  More...