October 30, 2014 RSS feed / Letters

All are needed in war on drugs

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Erbes residents wait for change

I appreciate the Acorn updates on the Erbes Road project. It seems that residents along Erbes south of Hillcrest have been in limbo and cut off for nearly a year while all the activity has been to the north.  More...

Know the facts on church, state

Lately, the great controversy concerning separation of state and religion has become a heated topic.  More...

Dislike is not intolerance

I’m responding to Susan Kline’s Oct. 23 letter in which she attacked writer Tina Ashenbrenner for expressing an opinion.  Susan accused Tina of intolerance. More...

Granddaughter remembered

I would like to respond to the letter in your April 24, 2014, paper about Fallon Naccarato.  Fallon was my granddaughter. She died in an accident on the 405 Freeway going to work Jan. 22, 2014. More...

Base votes on qualifications

As much as we appreciate the Acorn’s coverage of our plight with Westlake High School, we don’t agree with your opinion about this upcoming school board election as a referendum on our issue.  More...

SSFL cleanup threatens pumas

The Acorn recently told the story of interested community members, led by Linda Parks and Fran Pavley, supporting an improved mountain lion crossing at the 101 Freeway in Agoura.  More...

Don’t reward mismanagement

After the school district mismanaged the $88-million 1999 bond fund plus $67 million in state matching funds and another $5.1 million for modernization of schools, CVUSD has the gall to demand another $305 million (Measure I) from property owners wit More...

Surcharge would be a benefit

State Sen. Mark DeSaulnier (D-Antioch) proposed an alternative transportation bill that passed the Legislature and was just signed into law by Gov. More...

Elections: The Final Word

As promised, the Thousand Oaks Acorn is allowing candidates who were criticized in letters in last week’s edition to dispute any charges they deem as false or misleading. More...