May 18, 2017 RSS feed / Letters

City leaders are grandstanding the deficit

Incompetence. More...

Play Conejo events keep parks beautiful

On Sat., May 6, Play Conejo’s third annual “Prom . . . More...

Financial advisers should be trustworthy

Congratulations to the Acorn for your story on exposing Jonathan Todd Schwartz (“Westlake Village CPA gets six years for ripping off star clients,” May 11).  More...

CVUSD needs more child care capacity

Conejo Valley Unified enrollment is supposedly declining, but did anyone come to think it could also be due to a lack of actual child care openings for full-time working parents?  More...

Tax increases would cover pension costs

The April 11 discussion surrounding a half-cent sales tax increase by the city’s finance director and Councilmember Rob McCoy was disingenuous.  They say the money will go to streets and roads, but, in reality, it would be nothing more tha More...

CVD provided amazing time for youth group

On Thursday evening a socialskills group that I run for teens and young adults had the most amazing time at Conejo Valley Days.  We were fortunate to be the guests of Frank Akrey and could not be more grateful.  My kids had the best time. More...

Debate about God reaches endgame

I had to laugh when Al Clarke (Letters, Acorn, May 4) thinks he is disproving the existence of God by claiming that science will eventually create life from nonlife “in the laboratory within the next 50 years” by unwittingly supporting my More...