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FEBRUARY 2014 e.NEWS

DATES TO REMEMBER
CITY OF CALABASAS RECEIVES AN "A" FROM THE AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION
NEW CONNECT WITH CALABASAS MOBILE APP AND WEB PORTAL
2014 COMMUNITY RECYCLING AWARENESS CALENDAR IS NOW AVAILABLE
REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR 2014 SPRING T-BALL AND COACH PITCH LEAGUES
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR A CREEK CLEAN-UP EVENT
CALABASAS BEER FESTIVAL CHARITY EVENT
MUREAU ROAD CLOSURES
NORTHBOUND 405 FREEWAY CLOSURE SCHEDULED FOR PRESIDENTS' DAY WEEKEND
CALABASAS DOG HEADED TO WESTMINSTER KENNEL CLUB DOG SHOW
LIBRARY EVENTS IN FEBRUARY
SAVE THE DATE: PUBLIC FORUM ON ACCIDENTAL POISONING OF PETS AND WILDLIFE
REGISTER TO VOTE TODAY!
CYBER BULLYING: WHAT YOUR FAMILY NEEDS TO KNOW
E-WASTE COLLECTION EVENTS
IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO SIGN UP FOR CERT TRAINING
DEMYSTIFYING SENIOR MEDICAL CONCERNS: WHAT EVERY SENIOR SHOULD KNOW
  FEBRUARY EVENTS AT MOUNTAINS RESTORATION TRUST 
WATER CONSERVATION IS THE KEY DURING THIS RECORD DRY WINTER
LOCAL EVENTS IN THE ARTS
WHAT'S ON CTV
CALABASAS CALENDARS, MEETINGS & HOLIDAYS

Dates to Remember

February 2014:
1 - E-Waste Collection

5 - CERT Training

5 - Senior Congress: Demystifying Senior Medical Concerns

7 - Calabasas Beer Festival Charity Event

12 - City Council Meeting

12 - CERT Training

15 - E-Waste Collection

17 - Presidents' Day - City Hall Closed

19 - CERT Training


22 - Creek Clean-Up Event

22 - Cyber-Bullying Seminar

26 - City Council Meeting

26 - CERT Training

March 2014:

1
- E-Waste Collection


5 - CERT Training

8 - Water Base Paint & Used Oil Round-Up

9 - Daylight Saving Time Begins
(2:00 a.m.)

12 - CERT Training

13 - Public Forum on Accidental Poisoning of Pets and Wildlife

15 - E-Waste Collection

22 - Arbor Day Celebration

26 - City Council Meeting/Reorganization


MOBILE APP & WEB PORTAL

 

 
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE DRAWING CONTEST WINNERS!

 


THERE IS STILL TIME TO

SIGN UP FOR CERT TRAINING

 


ATTENTION PARENTS:
DO YOU KNOW WHAT
SIZZURP IS? TALK TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT THE DANGERS TODAY

 

 

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CITY OF CALABASAS RECEIVES AN "A" FROM THE AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION

The American Lung Association has awarded the City of Calabasas a grade of an “A” and named the City “Top of the Class” in its support of tobacco control policies in its 2014 State of Tobacco Control report. The report tracks progress on key tobacco control policies at the state and federal levels.

The report assigns grades in four key areas: overall tobacco prevention and control spending, smoke-free air, cigarette tax and cessation coverage. The grades are based on tobacco control laws and regulations in effect as of January 2, 2014. The 2014 report includes grades for every city and county in California and all 482 of the incorporated cities and towns in the state.

In the report, the City of Calabasas received an “A” Grade across the board. “We are very pleased with this recognition, and very proud to have been a national and international leader with our groundbreaking second hand smoke ordinance,” said Calabasas Mayor Fred Gaines.

The City of Los Angeles received an overall C grade, earning five out of a possible 12 points. Nearly four dozen cities in Los Angeles County earned F grades, with many of them earning zero points. California received F grades for Tobacco Prevention and Control Program Funding and Cessation Coverage and a D for its Cigarette Tax, which, at $0.87, ranks 33rd in the nation.

For more information, please visit http://www.lung.org/associations/states/california/assets/pdfs/sotc-2014/sotc-2014-california-local.pdf

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NEW CONNECT WITH CALABASAS MOBILE APP AND WEB PORTAL

The new Connect with Calabasas mobile app and web portal enables service requests (potholes, noise complaints, dangerous conditions, graffiti, etc) to be submitted directly to the City, where they will be instantly routed to the correct administrator in the appropriate department. This means service requests will be responded to quickly and efficiently, and residents will be notified the instant problems are resolved. Residents can also view nearby service requests in their area and “vote up” requests that they support to get the issue resolved even more quickly. The app is also a great source of information on City services and news. For more information and to download the app, visit www.cityofcalabasas.com/publicstuff.html

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2014 COMMUNITY RECYCLING AWARENESS CALENDAR IS NOW AVAILABLE

The 2014 Community Recycling Awareness Calendar is now available free at City facilities including City Hall, the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center, and Juan Bautista de Anza Park. The Calabasas Environmental Commission solicited entries from throughout the City via its annual environmentally-themed drawing contest, which is open to students in elementary and middle schools. The contest was titled "Benefits of Litter Prevention in Protecting Wildlife” and encouraged students to submit hand-created drawings. These fourteen winners were chosen by the Environmental Commission based on the creativity and theme of their illustrations:

CALENDAR PAGE

First Name

Last Name

Grade

School

COVER PAGE

Sydney

Bregman

7th

A.C. Stelle Middle School

JANUARY Rachel Burak 5th Bay Laurel Elementary School

FEBRUARY

Reanna Edakkara 4th

Lupin Hill Elementary School

MARCH

Ruby Elswick 2nd Chaparral Elementary School

APRIL

Will Trompeter 6th 

A.C. Stelle Middle School

MAY

Olivia Trejo

6th

A.E. Wright Middle School

JUNE

Shahreen Kamal

5th

Lupin Hill Elementary School

JULY

Chloe Samouhi 3rd

Chaparral Elementary School

AUGUST

Jialian Su Mackey 3rd

Las Virgenes Academy

SEPTEMBER

Kate Saranow 8th

A.C. Stelle Middle School

OCTOBER

Evelene Boratgis 2nd

Bay Laurel Elementary School

NOVEMBER

Kavon Naziri 4th

Bay Laurel Elementary School

DECEMBER

Zoe Menteer 1st

Bay laurel Elementary School

PAGE 22 Ellie Samouhi K

Chaparral Elementary School

The winning drawings are printed in the 2014 City of Calabasas Community Recycling Awareness calendar. For more information, please contact Calabasas Department of Environmental Services at 818-224-1600.

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REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR 2014 SPRING T-BALL AND COACH PITCH LEAGUES

Registration for the 2014 Spring T-Ball and Coach Pitch Leagues is happening now at de Anza Park and will continue until leagues are full. T-Ball is for ages 4-6 and Coach Pitch is for ages 7-8. Leagues run from March 15 - May 31 and each team will play one game per week on Saturdays at either Grape Arbor Park or Creekside Park. There are no try-outs and players will be placed on teams based on friend requests or the school which they attend. The league fee is $140 and includes uniforms, team pictures, and a trophy.

Parents, we need your help! Please volunteer to be a coach. A coach's meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 26 at Juan Bautista de Anza Park. For more information, please call (818) 880-6461 or email lwilhelm@cityofcalabasas.com. Emphasize fun and learning while building character one swing at a time!

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR A CREEK CLEAN-UP EVENT

The City of Calabasas is hosting a creek clean-up event on Saturday, February 22 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Volunteers are invited to meet at Lost Hills Road at the A.E. Wright Foot Bridge. Participants are asked to wear shoes or boots that can get wet and to bring sunscreen. Organizers will provide all volunteers with garbage bags and gloves for the clean-up. For more information, please contact Alex Farassati at (818) 224-1600.

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CALABASAS BEER FESTIVAL CHARITY EVENT

Help celebrate The American Cancer Society's 100th Birthday! Join Mayor Pro Tem David Shapiro, the Calabasas Relay for Life Team, and Barcelona Enterprises at the Calabasas Beer Festival on Friday, February 7.  The event is being held at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. VIP tickets are $45 per person and include unlimited beer tasting, a dinner token and a gourmet pretzel. General Admission tickets are $25 per person and includes unlimited beer tasting. 100% of the proceeds will benefit The American Cancer Society. To purchase tickets and for all inquiries, contact Robert Yalda at (818) 606-1751 or Jennifer Bercy at (818) 388-8251.

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MUREAU ROAD CLOSURES

Pipeline construction along Mureau Road in Calabasas will make it necessary for overnight traffic closures on a segment of that roadway from 9:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Sunday through Friday during the month of February. The section of road to be closed lies between Crummer Road to the west and Round Meadow Road to the east.

Construction crews have been installing a 30-inch pipeline along Mureau Road for several weeks in the four-lane section of that roadway. The overnight work began last month and is expected to conclude in late February, weather permitting. For more information, please visit www.lvmwd.com.

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NORTHBOUND 405 FREEWAY CLOSURE SCHEDULED FOR PRESIDENTS' DAY WEEKEND

Los Angeles transportation officials are alerting motorists of an 80-hour northbound I-405 freeway closure operation in the Sepulveda Pass this Presidents' Day weekend, February 14 to 18, 2014.

The good news is that the 80-hour closure will eliminate several 55-hour closures from the project schedule. The bad news is that if motorists do not reduce their driving or avoid the I-405 area, multi-hour delays may result.

The closure consists of a partial daytime lane reduction and a full nighttime closure of the freeway’s northbound lanes between Getty Center Dr. and Ventura Bl. During daytime hours, two northbound lanes will remain open while three lanes will be closed. During nighttime hours, all five northbound freeway lanes will be closed. While the southbound lanes will remain open during daytime hours of the closure, they may be closed during nighttime hours. Sections of the closure will reopen as they are completed. Updates are available at Twitter and Facebook or the I-405 project website.

Traffic control officers provided by the Los Angeles Department of Transportation along with California Highway Patrol officers will help guide drivers at each affected I-405 northbound on-ramp. For more information, please visit www.metro.net/projects/I-405/intermittent-80-hr-closure/

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CALABASAS DOG HEADED TO WESTMINSTER KENNEL CLUB DOG SHOW

Calabasas’ own Reagan, a 2 ˝ year old black standard poodle, his owner Pamela Francis, and his handler Carlton Tucker are headed to the Westminster Kennel Club’s 138th Annual Dog Show in New York City on Monday, February 10, and Tuesday, February 11.

Reagan began his competitive career as a “puppy champion” and has gone on to win Best of Breed awards as well as other honors in numerous competitions around the country. Unlike many competing dogs that spend their lives on the road, Reagan lives with Francis between competitions enjoying the life of a family pet.

Reagan and Francis appeared at the January 22, 2014 meeting of the Calabasas City Council, where he displayed his championship moves and received the enthusiastic support of the Councilmembers.

The Westminster Kennel Club is dedicated to the showing of purebred dogs. First held in 1877, the dog show is America’s second-oldest, surpassed only by the Kentucky Derby which began in 1875.

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LIBRARY EVENTS IN FEBRUARY

Even though it's a short month, there is plenty happening at the Calabasas Library! Please note that in addition to the regularly scheduled closures this month, the Library will be closed Sunday, February 16.

Come by for Yoga on Thursday, February 6 and Thursday, February 20 at Noon. No experience is necessary and all are welcome. Instructor Deanne Wenger, RYT will lead you in relaxing (and free) yoga session. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat/large towel.

On Thursday, February 27 at Noon, Author Brian Rooney will be discussing his book, "Three Magical Miles." The three mile radius around Malibou Lake include the outdoor "M*A*S*H" set and the famous Rock Store. Join Mr. Rooney as he presents a look back at our local history.

Bring your new and emerging reader (grades K-3) to the Library on Saturday, February 1 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to share in a unique reading program. Therapy dogs, trained through Paws 4 Healing, will sit (or lie!) and listen while your child experiences the joy of reading aloud. Each child will have 15 minutes to read to a dog. Sign-ups will begin at 11:00 a.m. in the library.

Celebrate the Winter Games on Wednesday, February 5 at 3:00 p.m. There will be crafts, music, stories, and fun! This event is for kids in Kindergarten through Fifth grade. Please sign up at the adult reference desk.

Stop in to make your Valentine a craft on Saturday, February 8 at Noon.

If you are interested in joining a book club, the Calabasas Library is the place to be! There are three separate clubs, geared for different age groups. Adults can participate in the 2nd Thursday Book Club, The Dog Eared Book Club is specifically for 5th-7th graders, and children in the 3rd and 4th grades can enjoy the Book Worm Book Club. For meeting schedules, book selections and details, please visit the Library Calendar page.

Peer Counseling is available to students in the 9th through 12th grades on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Drop in between the hours of 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to get help on Math, English, or the latest school project. This program is sponsored by the Calabasas Library and the National Honor Society of Calabasas High School.

The Study Buddies program allows Calabasas Elementary and Middle School students to get free homework help. High School students are available to help with homework and study skills. They meet most Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Library's Meeting Room.

Through the Love to Learn Tutoring Program, Viewpoint Advanced Placement and Honors High School students are available to tutor elementary school age children most Saturdays from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. For a complete schedule, visit http://www.cityofcalabasas.com/events/library/tutoring-program.html.

For a complete list of Library events, call (818) 225-7616 or visit www.cityofcalabasas.com/calendar/library/calendar-of-events.html.

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SAVE THE DATE: PUBLIC FORUM ON ACCIDENTAL POISONING OF PETS AND WILDLIFE

The City of Calabasas will be holding an educational forum at the Calabasas Founders Hall on Thursday, March 13 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. addressing  the risks associated with the use of poison baits to control rodents. The use of these baits has injured and killed numerous wild animals and pets.

On September 11, 2013, the Calabasas City Council adopted Resolution No. 2013-1379 urging businesses in Calabasas to no longer use or sell anticoagulant rodenticides, and urging all property owners to cease purchasing or using anticoagulant rodenticides on their properties in Calabasas.

Learn how to protect your wild neighbors and pets from accidental poisoning. Five panel members will be speaking about pros and cons of anticoagulant rodenticides and non-chemical pest control methods. For additional information, contact the Environmental Services Division at (818) 224-1600.

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REGISTER TO VOTE TODAY!

Are you registered to vote? It’s easy to participate in elections if you have the right tools and information. Apply to register to vote today by filling out the online application found at www.sos.ca.gov/elections/elections_vr.htm. You can also pick up a paper voter registration application at your county elections office, library, Department of Motor Vehicles office, or U.S. post office.

Don’t remember if you’re registered to vote? Visit www.sos.ca.gov/elections/registration-status/ to check the status of your voter registration. You must be registered 15 days prior to an election if you wish to vote, so be sure to register today! 

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CYBER BULLYING: WHAT YOUR FAMILY NEEDS TO KNOW

State Senator Fran Pavley, Ventura County District Attorney Greg Totten, and The United Association of Conejo Teachers invite you to a seminar addressing the topic of cyber bullying and how it affects young people and their parents. Learn what you can do to prevent this type of abuse and about the new state law which impacts student behavior off campus. The seminar will be held on Saturday, February 22 from 10:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. at the Thousand Oaks Teen Center, 1375 E. Janss Road in Thousand Oaks. Speakers include representatives from the Ventura County District Attorney's Office, Ventura County Sheriff's Office, and local schools. To RSVP for this event, or to obtain additional information, e-mail Senator Pavley's Ventura County Field Representative Marie Lakin at Marie.Lakin@sen.ca.gov or call (805) 815-3917.

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E-WASTE COLLECTION EVENTS

The City of Calabasas organizes two free monthly electronic waste collection events. On  the first Saturday of the month (February 1, 2014), an electronic waste collection will take place at the Albertson’s parking lot, 26521 Agoura Road (at Las Virgenes Road) in Calabasas from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  A second monthly electronic waste event will take place on the 3rd Saturday of the month (February 15, 2014) in the Vons Shopping Center parking lot at 23381 Mulholland Drive in Woodland Hills from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Acceptable items include but are not limited to CD players, laptops and personal computers, microwave ovens, printers, radios, stereos, telephones, and VCR’s.  For more information, please contact the City of Calabasas Recycling and Solid Waste Coordinator at (818) 224-1600.

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IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO SIGN UP FOR CERT TRAINING

Following a major disaster, emergency personnel may not be able to meet all demands for assistance. People may have to rely on each other to meet immediate life saving and life sustaining needs, particularly in isolated neighborhoods that may be cut off from the main roads for a period of time. The County of Los Angeles Fire Department’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program was developed to provide basic training in safety and life saving skills for the general public.

The Los Angeles County Fire Department is offering CERT Training classes in Calabasas on Wednesday evenings (6:30p.m. – 9:00p.m.) now through March 12, 2014. Classes started last month, but make-up classes are available for those interested in getting involved in February. All classes will be held at the Founders Hall at the Calabasas Library (200 Civic Center Way). This free CERT training is open to all interested community members.

Participants must attend all classes in order to receive a certificate of completion. If you need to miss a particular class for any reason, that class can be made up at a later time. To register. call Debbie Larson at (818) 224-1620 or visit www.fire.lacounty.gov/cert (scroll to Calabasas listing, then click on the "register" link).

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DEMYSTIFYING SENIOR MEDICAL CONCERNS: WHAT EVERY SENIOR SHOULD KNOW

The Conejo/Las Virgenes Future Foundation (CLVFF) will convene its tenth annual Senior Congress to be held Wednesday, February 5 at St. Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church, 5801 Kanan Road in Westlake Village, from 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The topic for this year’s Congress is Demystifying Senior Medical Concerns: What Every Senior Should Know. A broad spectrum of medical topics will be discussed by seven different specialists. The topics to be presented include: Senior Medical Concerns - A Reality Check, Quarterbacking Your Health Care; What Everybody Wants to Know, but Nobody Wants to Talk About; No Fall is an Accident; How Health Changes Impact Seniors and Families; Is it Becoming Harder to “Do No Harm”?; and Seniors Lead Innovation – The Path to the Future of Healthcare. Admission to the Congress is free, however seating is limited so advance reservations must be obtained by e-mailing info@clvff.org or calling CLVFF at (818) 880-1054. A complimentary light lunch will be served.

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FEBRUARY EVENTS AT MOUNTAINS RESTORATION TRUST 

Mountains Restoration Trust has planned a lot of great events this month and they would love for you to be involved!

Come out and help restore the Arroyo Sequit on Saturday, February 8 at 9:00 a.m. Enjoy the outdoors and make a difference with MRT and Heal the Bay. The Arroyo Sequit Creek at Leo Carrillo State Park is being restored so endangered Southern California Steelhead Trout can use it for spawning. Two concrete barriers are being removed by State Parks and it's up to volunteers to take out the invasive plants! Cape Ivy is the primary target as it is toxic to fish and other aquatic life. Reservations are required by signing up at www.mountainstrust.eventbrite.com.

On Sunday, February 9 from 9:00 a.m. to Noon, join MRT and volunteers from the UCLA Volunteer Center to clean up trash and graffiti along the Topanga Lookout Trail. This beautiful trail offers vista views of Calabasas Peak, the ocean, the Cold Creek Preserve, and on a clear day, even Orange County can be seen! Participants are asked to meet at the Lois Ewen Overlook at the intersection of Stunt, Schueren, and Saddle Peak Roads. For more information and to register, visit www.mountainstrust.eventbrite.com.

Meet up with MRT, TreePeople, and the California Native Plant Society on Sunday, February 9 at 8:45 a.m. for a satisfying day of restoring a natural ecosystem. In the early 1980s, CNPS set out to help control the spread of invasive, non-native plant species in Malibu Creek State Park and this unending weed war continues. This month, they will be revisiting the restoration sites so beautifully planted by volunteers earlier last year to see the growth and speculate on what native critters now have a home, food, and shelter in an area that was one a fire-prone field of dead weeds. Reserve your spot by calling (818) 348-5910.

Spring is in the air along the Lower Stunt High Trailhead at the Cold Creek Preserve! On Sunday, February 16 at 9:30 a.m., enjoy the blooming chaparral mountain lilacs and awesome views while going for an easy hike downhill though rock-studded chaparral, grassland, and riparian habitats. Bring water and wear sturdy footwear. Reservations are required by calling (818) 591-9363.

The winter rains have come so the ground at Topanga State Park is ready for planting! The goal is to restore native habitat to this scenic park that is engulfed with invasive, non-native plants. Join MRT and TreePeople on Sunday, February 23 at 8:30 a.m. to help native animals reclaim their home. Reservations are required by signing up at www.mountianstrust.eventbrite.com.

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WATER CONSERVATION IS THE KEY DURING THIS RECORD DRY WINTER

On Friday, January 17th, Gov. Jerry Brown officially declared that California is in a drought emergency, as the state struggled with the least amount of rainfall in its 153-year history. Reservoirs were at low levels and firefighters remained on high alert. "We are in an unprecedented, very serious situation," Brown said.

The governor asked California residents and businesses to voluntarily reduce their water consumption by 20 percent. In practical terms, the drought declaration also streamlines the rules for water agencies to transfer extra water from one part of the state to another, easing shortages. It also raises public awareness.

Water district officials, farmers and environmentalists think it's just a matter of time before the State declares water rationing and fines for violations.

What can we do?
Saving water is not hard. We simply need to be smart about using what we have. Rethinking the way we use water – both indoors and outdoors – will help stretch our limited supplies and ensure water is there when we need it. Nearly 70% of water consumption in our region is used for landscaping. Run-off and overwatering remains a constant scene in many homes and buildings. Because the majority of water used at home is used outdoors, even small steps to save water can yield big savings. Little things like fixing a broken sprinkler or making sure that you are running your sprinklers in the cool of the morning can save lots of water. We can conserve even more by shrinking the amount of lawn you have, installing a drip irrigation system or adding a weather-based “smart” controller.

Residential Turf Removal Rebate Program
Single family homeowners can qualify for $1 per square foot (up to $2,500) to transform your front and/or back yard lawn areas from water-guzzling, chemical-using, high-maintenance problem areas into a water-efficient, chemical-free, low maintenance jewel that captures rainwater, cleans the environment, creates habitat, adds real beauty and distinctiveness to your home and neighborhood.

To learn more about this program, please visit the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District website at http://www.lvmwd.com/for-customers/conservation/rebate-programs/mow-no-mow. Remember, rain or shine, we need to save water every day!

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LOCAL EVENTS IN THE ARTS

Conejo Players Theatre - Thousand Oaks

Madrid Theatre - Canoga Park

Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza - Thousand Oaks

Valley Performing Arts Center - Northridge

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WHAT'S ON CTV?

Be sure to tune in to CTV on cable channel 3 in Calabasas (check the CTV Guide for playback days and times), through live online web-streaming, or watch any meeting or TV program on demand through the CTV archive. CTV programming is also available on the Calabasas3 YouTube Channel!

Check out this new show on CTV:

CALABASAS TEEN FORUM

On this episode, the teens discuss food, health and fitness.  They comment on the ideas of what is healthy and what activities they have time for, in between school work, to improve their fitness.

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CALABASAS CALENDARS, MEETINGS & HOLIDAYS

City Hall will be closed Monday, February 17 in observance of Presidents' Day.

 

City Council Agenda Items are available online the Thursday prior to a City Council Meeting. Agendas for all commissions are available online the Friday prior to the commission meeting.  All City Council meetings and commission meetings take place in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 100 Civic Center Way in Calabasas.

 

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For a complete calendar of events and meetings at City Hall during February, please visit our City Calendar Page.

That’s all for this month.

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