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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 4, 1997
Thousand Oaks City Councilwoman Linda Parks is certainly deserving of this year's Golden Chicken Award, and Councilman Andy Fox is certainly deserving of this year's Golden Turkey Award. SAMUEL M. ROSEN Newbury Park
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 2001
Re "Council Approves Plan to Swap Development Rights," March 15. The March 13 Thousand Oaks City Council meeting showed great vision on the part of three council members who voted to take the first step to save the valuable Western Plateau. This forward-thinking concept by Councilman Andy Fox was certainly in step with the dream the city's founders had in mind when they imagined what Thousand Oaks would eventually look like. It was possible because all parties worked together to come to an agreement that everyone could live with, instead of one party attempting to force its wants and needs on the other.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 22, 1997
Thank you to Councilman Andy Fox for attending our recent homeowners meeting. He answered all our questions in a straightforward manner, came prepared and was not "political" at all. With all the rancor he endures on the council, he spoke only positively about his colleagues and was quick to give his staff credit for a couple of solutions he presented to us. I also want to applaud him for the purchase of Conejo Hill, which according to your paper...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 12, 1998
I want to say thank you so much to Councilman Andy Fox for making it a priority to get the equestrian crossing signs up in our neighborhood. We have been promised these signs for so long, but no one has ever gotten it done. My children and the other equestrians feel so much safer now. This is not the first time our homeowners group has called on Councilman Fox in the last three years, and we have always been impressed with his responsiveness and ability to get things done for us. With all the rhetoric we are always hearing, it is nice to have a councilman who just puts it aside to do the job we elected him for. KIM KAHN Thousand Oaks
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 12, 1998
I want to say thank you so much to Councilman Andy Fox for making it a priority to get the equestrian crossing signs up in our neighborhood. We have been promised these signs for so long, but no one has ever gotten it done. My children and the other equestrians feel so much safer now. This is not the first time our homeowners group has called on Councilman Fox in the last three years, and we have always been impressed with his responsiveness and ability to get things done for us. With all the rhetoric we are always hearing, it is nice to have a councilman who just puts it aside to do the job we elected him for. KIM KAHN Thousand Oaks
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 1998
I would like to thank Councilman Andy Fox for helping the Thousand Oaks High School Band go to the Rose Bowl this year. I was so glad when our conductor, Bill Hoehne, mentioned Andy at our recent event at the Civic Arts Plaza because he has always been there when we needed something, whether it was a donation, the golf cart for football games or a phone call to bring our fantastic band to someone's attention. As a parent, it is nice to have a councilman who puts our children and schools first all the time, and I wanted to add my thanks to Mr. Hoehne's.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 2001
Re "Council Approves Plan to Swap Development Rights," March 15. The March 13 Thousand Oaks City Council meeting showed great vision on the part of three council members who voted to take the first step to save the valuable Western Plateau. This forward-thinking concept by Councilman Andy Fox was certainly in step with the dream the city's founders had in mind when they imagined what Thousand Oaks would eventually look like. It was possible because all parties worked together to come to an agreement that everyone could live with, instead of one party attempting to force its wants and needs on the other.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 28, 1998
I'd like to give a little history lesson on our General Plan before all the campaign rhetoric reaches such a high pitch that only dogs can hear it. My wife and I have been active in Thousand Oaks for many years and so have our children and their families. There are three generations of us living in Thousand Oaks right now and we hope to have more in time. First, densities in our General Plan cannot be increased without a vote of the people. It never has been in our 30-year history and it never will be because Measure E was passed in 1996 making it a law; 75% of the voters passed that measure, written by Councilman Andy Fox. Second, all developments that we now see being built were approved as part of our General Plan many years before any of our current council was elected.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1995 | MARY F. POLS
Joining together for the last time before the special election Tuesday, the Thousand Oaks City Council candidates will debate in a radio broadcast on KNJO-FM Sunday morning. Councilman Andy Fox will host the hourlong broadcast from 9 to 10 a.m. Fox said all five candidates have agreed to participate. KNJO airs at 92.7 FM in Thousand Oaks.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 15, 1997 | COLL METCALFE
The Conejo Valley Open Space Conservancy Agency is looking for participants to lend a hand in sprucing up the organization's web of trails at its annual Conejo Open Space Trail Work Day on Saturday. After a 7:30 a.m. breakfast, the 77th annual Trail Work Day will have volunteers fan out to areas near the Conejo Creek North Park to pick up trash, clear brush and repair and build trails. The cleanup will begin at 8 a.m. and end about noon.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 28, 1998
I'd like to give a little history lesson on our General Plan before all the campaign rhetoric reaches such a high pitch that only dogs can hear it. My wife and I have been active in Thousand Oaks for many years and so have our children and their families. There are three generations of us living in Thousand Oaks right now and we hope to have more in time. First, densities in our General Plan cannot be increased without a vote of the people. It never has been in our 30-year history and it never will be because Measure E was passed in 1996 making it a law; 75% of the voters passed that measure, written by Councilman Andy Fox. Second, all developments that we now see being built were approved as part of our General Plan many years before any of our current council was elected.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 1998
I would like to thank Councilman Andy Fox for helping the Thousand Oaks High School Band go to the Rose Bowl this year. I was so glad when our conductor, Bill Hoehne, mentioned Andy at our recent event at the Civic Arts Plaza because he has always been there when we needed something, whether it was a donation, the golf cart for football games or a phone call to bring our fantastic band to someone's attention. As a parent, it is nice to have a councilman who puts our children and schools first all the time, and I wanted to add my thanks to Mr. Hoehne's.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 22, 1997
Thank you to Councilman Andy Fox for attending our recent homeowners meeting. He answered all our questions in a straightforward manner, came prepared and was not "political" at all. With all the rancor he endures on the council, he spoke only positively about his colleagues and was quick to give his staff credit for a couple of solutions he presented to us. I also want to applaud him for the purchase of Conejo Hill, which according to your paper...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 4, 1997
Thousand Oaks City Councilwoman Linda Parks is certainly deserving of this year's Golden Chicken Award, and Councilman Andy Fox is certainly deserving of this year's Golden Turkey Award. SAMUEL M. ROSEN Newbury Park
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 25, 1998
I don't know anything about Jack Davis or why he is mad at Judy Lazar but I do want to correct one error I personally know about in his letter to the editor ("Lazar, Fox Would Make You Mad Too," Jan. 18). Councilman Andy Fox did not approve or suggest the fence at Los Robles Golf Course. To set the record straight, it was Fox who opposed the fence, asking staff, golf course personnel and other municipal courses how to better handle the flyaway ball situation. He spent hours looking for a better solution, consulting with experts.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 4, 1999 | ANDREW STEVEN HARRIS
Only two candidates in the fall City Council race spent more than $25,000, while the three winners together spent less than $65,000, according to final campaign disclosure forms. The 13 candidates, who filed their final fund-raising and spending reports this week, collectively spent less than $130,000 in the Nov. 3 contest, a far cry from the nearly $500,000 spent during the unsuccessful attempt to unseat now-retired Councilwoman Elois Zeanah only a year earlier.
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