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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1998
The war of words has begun. The first volley was lobbed in the form of a letter ("Thousand Oaks General Plan," June 28) that tries to persuade the uninformed that council members Andy Fox and Judy Lazar are the great protectors of the General Plan and all it stands for. The implication is that Fox and Lazar have never voted to increase density--defined as more people, especially kids, more cars at intersections, more noise. It could also be defined as increasing infrastructure to support more growth, i.e. sewage treatment capacity.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1998
Two letters you published on Dec. 7 attacked me for my opinions, called me an "angry" person and stated that my family "should be ashamed" of me. It seems to me that anyone who reads about votes of City Council members Andy Fox and Judy Lazar or watched council meetings could feel angry. I brought my family to an area that was to remain semirural. We moved here to lead happy lives in an uncongested area and to spend a lot of time giggling and laughing. It's hard to enjoy my retirement years without feeling outrage when every day I have to drive by the golf course pole forest that Fox brought to us and Lazar's award-winning copper curtain.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 15, 1997
As a longtime resident and parent, I have watched the Woodridge approval process carefully and would like to share the following facts: 1. Linda Parks and Elois Zeanah originally approved 700 homes on this property as members of the General Plan Review Committee. This original approval included no donation of the open space owned by Woodridge property owners. 2. Andy Fox and Judy Lazar were the council members who negotiated with Woodridge to build only 250 homes and got them to donate the remaining acres of open space to complete the ring around Thousand Oaks.
NEWS
November 8, 1990
SUPERVISOR District 4 100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Vicky Howard: 17,140 (56%) Bill Davis*: 13,347 (44%) CAMARILLO CITY COUNCIL 3 Elected 100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Charles K. (Ken) Gose: 8,444 (20%) Charlotte Craven*: 7,336 (17%) Stanley J. Dailey: 6,535 (15%) William Q. Liebmann: 5,712 (13%) Harvey Eisenberg: 4,767 (11%) Mike Creadick: 4,661 (11%) Joel D. Bonfiglio: 3,418 (8%) Paul J.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1998 | BEVERLY KELLEY, Beverly Kelley hosts KCLU's "Local Talk" on Monday nights at 7. She teaches in the communication arts department at Cal Lutheran University. Address e-mail to kelley@clunet.edu
In "Fahrenheit 451," futuristic firefighters have an ironic job description. In the bleak tomorrow proposed by Ray Bradbury, published documents of any sort are prohibited. Firefighters ferret out concealed contraband and subject musty tomes and tattered paperbacks alike to their rapacious flamethrowers. Yet those who worship the written word find a way. They commit their best-loved volumes to memory.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 1993 | STEPHANIE SIMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A move by Thousand Oaks Mayor Judy Lazar to relax restrictions aimed at reserving an affordable housing project for low-income families has drawn harsh criticism from two councilwomen, who say the mayor acted secretly and unilaterally. Lazar argued that her action was unavoidable, and said it would not compromise the project's overall affordability.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 26, 1995 | MARY F. POLS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They both said they did not want to belabor the issue. They both said they only wanted closure of an unpleasant incident. * But by the end of Tuesday night's meeting, Thousand Oaks Councilwomen Judy Lazar and Elois Zeanah showed no signs of reconciling their differences over a sticky situation involving one politically active resident, three easily misconstrued words and several sheriff's deputies.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 1998 | MICHAEL GOTTLIEB and ANDREW STEVEN HARRIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
City Council candidate Dan Del Campo appears to have held his edge over incumbent Councilwoman Judy Lazar, while Tim Stephens strengthened his hold Monday on one of three school board seats, according to a final count of absentee ballots from Tuesday's election. Some 3,000 countywide absentee ballots remain to be counted by the Ventura County Elections Division, but the leading candidates in several close local races have claimed victory.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 15, 1993 | CARLOS V. LOZANO and STEPHANIE SIMON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Reflecting on achievements and goals, Thousand Oaks' outgoing and incoming mayors on Tuesday noted their city's strengths and vowed to improve its weaknesses. Elois Zeanah took the helm as mayor in a brief evening ceremony, declaring her intent "to empower citizens to develop and implement new solutions to solve pressing problems." She outlined plans to establish task forces on crime, affordable housing and water rates in an effort to solicit more public involvement.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 24, 1998 | KATE FOLMAR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When she was sworn in as mayor in 1993, Elois Zeanah proposed a new rule requiring developers and lobbyists testifying at public hearings to take an oath swearing to tell the truth. Her colleague, Judy Lazar, meanwhile, has taken a lower-profile approach to politics over the last eight years, devoting herself to tackling the decidedly unglamorous topic of solid waste disposal. Theirs is a difference in both style and substance.
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