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January 8, 1997 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
The city of Calabasas has established its onramp to the Information Superhighway with the launch of an official site on the World Wide Web--making information about the city available at the click of a mouse. The new web site will be a place for Calabasas residents to find information about city services, city council meetings and recreational activities available to them, said City Channel Manager Deborah Steller, who will maintain the site.
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December 4, 1996 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
The Calabasas Emergency Response Program, formed soon after the Northridge earthquake, has made strides in preparing residents for disasters. But after two years of work, its volunteers realized they should not restrict their efforts to those who live in Calabasas. "We had everything covered, but then thought, what happens if the emergency occurs during the day and suddenly we have all these people here who work in Calabasas and suddenly become a part of Calabasas?"
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October 30, 1996 | EFRAIN HERNANDEZ JR., TIMES STAFF WRITER
Eager to show the state's gratitude, Gov. Pete Wilson on Tuesday presented special service medals at the hospital bedsides of three firefighters injured in the Calabasas-Malibu brush fire last week. The governor, who spent several minutes with each of the heavily bandaged firefighters still recovering at the Grossman Burn Center at Sherman Oaks Hospital, presented them with the Governor's Fire Service Award.
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October 27, 1996 | JILL LEOVY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Allen Emerson's phone is ringing nonstop. His scanner is spurting static and his two-way radio emits a garbled voice. Outside, a Fire Department helicopter flying low through Cold Canyon compounds the din. For this one morning, Emerson's bedroom in a rustic Cold Canyon home has become "Arson Watch base," as in, "Calling Arson Watch base, do you copy?" And still wearing his pajama bottoms, Emerson, a former restaurateur, has become the frenetic commander of a battalion of volunteers.
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October 2, 1996 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
Residents living downwind of the Rancho Las Virgenes Composting Facility got a lesson in bio-solids composting as officials tried to assure them the facility is safe, despite sometimes noxious odors. The Monday night community meeting, called by the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District, was held to try to allay fears generated by claims from a former composting plant employee who said he was made ill by pathogens and airborne bacteria. The employee also claimed the community is at risk.
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August 14, 1996 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
Calabasas residents climbed on the playground equipment, rode their bicycles and held an impromptu roller hockey game at the Juan Bautista de Anza park--the city's newest venue for fun. Under construction for nearly a year, the facility opened to the public last week. It is the first major park built by the young city and visitors said it was a welcome addition to the neighborhood.
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August 3, 1996 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
The long-awaited Juan Bautista de Anza Park in Calabasas will open officially Sunday. The 8-acre park, the first major recreational facility constructed by the young city, will feature three playground areas--with age-appropriate equipment for toddlers to teens--and a multiuse game court, said Jeff Rubin, Calabasas' recreation specialist. The dedication ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. on the park grounds, 3701 Lost Hills Road.
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August 2, 1996 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
The Calabasas Chamber of Commerce's 18th annual golf tournament will see a few changes this year. It picks up a corporate sponsor and, for the first time, the event will benefit a charity as well as the chamber itself. Calabasas-based Breath Asure Inc. will sponsor the 1996 Charity and Celebrity Golf Classic, which begins at 1 p.m. Monday, with proceeds going to the chamber.
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May 18, 1996 | FRANK MANNING
The City Council has given a cool reception to a tentative proposal that would levy fees on new businesses to help Calabasas meet state mandated affordable housing requirements. Some council members say they fear that such fees would discourage new businesses from locating in the city. "It may even be regarded as anti-business, which we are trying to avoid," Mayor Bob Hill said.
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