June 15, 2017 RSS feed / Letters

More T.O. landlords should be pet-friendly

As I’m trying to relocate from Taos, N.M., to the Thousand Oaks area, I’ve been on the hunt for a home with a backyard for my two very well-behaved dogs.  It is astonishing to see that almost every listing says “no pets.” More...

In politically correct world, criminal is victim

The timing of the Acorn’s article on “deportation fears” caused some concern as the article started out with the deportation of an illegal 10 months ago. I didn’t realize Trump was president at that time.  More...

It’s ‘immoral’ to remove books as choices

I was disheartened by reports that the Conejo Valley Unified School District will be discussing the removal of “Snow Falling on Cedars,” “The Catcher in the Rye,” “The Kite Runner” and “The Absolutely True Di More...

Family grateful for the help of Los Robles staff

June 5, 2016, was the most horrible nightmare anyone could ever have. My husband, Steve, had a massive heart attack and died twice in the emergency room. More...

‘Delighted’ at plan for former Timber School

As a graduate of Timber School (Class of 1964) I’m delighted that the venerable old school’s buildings will be preserved and repurposed in the coming development of the property (Acorn, May 28).  More...

Will school board censor books?

On June 6, the Conejo Valley school board agenda included discussion on the addition of two core literature books. More...

Banning books hurts district’s reputation

Conejo Valley Unified School District is recognized universally as one of the finest school districts in the country.  More...

See latest single payer study

Like many Americans, I’m deeply concerned by the attempts of congressional Republicans to undermine the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). More...

Recognition a shock to ‘Senior of the Decades’

On June 8 I was shocked to learn that I was being honored with an award as “The Senior of the Decades: 2000-2020.” (See related story on page 19.) The award, coming out of the blue as it did, really surprised me. More...