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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 1997 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
After years of dealing with trespassers and water-quality problems in Lake Lindero, the residents of the development will hear an offer Wednesday from a Santa Barbara company that says it can remedy both. The Lake Lindero Homeowners Assn. board of directors will present a plan it approved two weeks ago to allow Pan Pacific to clean and beautify the lake and convert it into an exclusive fishing club.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 8, 2000
Several birds found dead on Lake Lindero last week probably died from avian botulism, said Larry Sitton, a senior biologist with the California Department of Fish and Game. The disease generally strikes as water temperatures rise, he said, adding that it does not affect humans. Area residents voiced concerns after they said eight dead ducks and a dead sea gull were found last week.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 31, 1997 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
The would-be developer of a fishing club on Lake Lindero has withdrawn his offer to lease the lake, leaving homeowners who live near the water pleased about the plan's demise. Despite early reports by a member of the Lake Lindero Homeowners Assn. board that the plan might be the answer to all the community's problems, the plan by Santa Barbara developer Mark Lee of Pan Pacific apparently met with strong opposition by a number of the area's 459 residents.
BUSINESS
August 11, 1998 | LEO SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bob Friedman has spent the last few weeks dumping microscopic organisms into water at Lake Lindero Country Club in Agoura Hills. It's an unusual occupation, but the Ventura resident is being paid to introduce the tiny living creatures into the 35-million-gallon lake. Friedman is founder and co-owner of Enviro-Reps Intl., a Camarillo company formed in 1972 to research, manufacture and market nontoxic bacteria-based products to fight algae and pathogenic bacteria in lakes and ponds.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 24, 1986 | BOB POOL, Times Staff Writer
Agoura Hills residents, who spent $471,000 last year to drain and clean Lake Lindero of silt, say the lake has been inundated with tons of new mud and debris. "At the rate we're going, the lake will be filled up again even before we pay off our loan," said Kurt Moore, head of the lake maintenance committee of the Lake Lindero Homeowners Assn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 3, 1997 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
A proposal to convert private Lake Lindero into a public fishing hole is dead in the water, homeowners association representatives said Tuesday. Lake Lindero Homeowners Assn. President Terry Miller said early returns of a survey sent to the 459 association members last month showed support for the plan, but not enough for the board to continue. "It's not the overwhelming majority we were looking for," Miller said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 7, 1998 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
To help fish survive in Lake Lindero this summer, the Lake Lindero Homeowners Assn. will install a new aeration system to keep oxygen flowing in the water as the weather heats up. Hundreds of fish died in the lake in the last two summers because a large bloom of algae combined with the shallowness of the lake depleted the water of oxygen. At the urging of some homeowners, the association installed a temporary aeration system last year, but it was too late to re-oxygenate the 14-acre lake.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 3, 1985 | BOB POOL, Times Staff Writer
Although they have kept things friendly since going their separate ways four years ago, the neighboring cities of Westlake Village and Agoura Hills may be on their first collision course. At issue is the proposed construction of a business park and high-density residential project at the eastern edge of Westlake Village, next to Agoura Hills' Lake Lindero neighborhood. Billionaire landowner and developer Daniel K. Ludwig has applied for permission to subdivide the 131-acre site.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 8, 2000
Several birds found dead on Lake Lindero last week probably died from avian botulism, said Larry Sitton, a senior biologist with the California Department of Fish and Game. The disease generally strikes as water temperatures rise, he said, adding that it does not affect humans. Area residents voiced concerns after they said eight dead ducks and a dead sea gull were found last week.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 24, 1998 | SUE FOX
Lake Lindero is finally getting a breath of fresh air, thanks to about 4,000 feet of tubing that now snakes across the lake's shallow bottom. Hundreds of dead fish washed up onshore during the past two summers after algae depleted oxygen in the water. A new aeration system was recently installed at the Agoura Hills lake, and tests conducted this week showed oxygen was back at a healthy level of nine parts per million, said Greg Feet, general manager of the Lindero Country Club.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 2, 1998 | ERIC RIMBERT
The installation of an aeration system at Lake Lindero is running behind schedule after residents expressed concern over the placement of the system's compressors. The system was originally due to be running by mid-June, but now won't be finished until mid-July, said Greg Feet, general manager of the Lindero Country Club. The aeration system, paid for by the Lake Lindero Homeowners Assn., is being installed to help fish survive in the 14-acre lake.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 7, 1998 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
To help fish survive in Lake Lindero this summer, the Lake Lindero Homeowners Assn. will install a new aeration system to keep oxygen flowing in the water as the weather heats up. Hundreds of fish died in the lake in the last two summers because a large bloom of algae combined with the shallowness of the lake depleted the water of oxygen. At the urging of some homeowners, the association installed a temporary aeration system last year, but it was too late to re-oxygenate the 14-acre lake.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 3, 1997 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
A proposal to convert private Lake Lindero into a public fishing hole is dead in the water, homeowners association representatives said Tuesday. Lake Lindero Homeowners Assn. President Terry Miller said early returns of a survey sent to the 459 association members last month showed support for the plan, but not enough for the board to continue. "It's not the overwhelming majority we were looking for," Miller said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1997 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In their ongoing effort to defeat a proposal to turn their private lake into a public fishing hole, some residents along Lake Lindero circulated a letter this week urging others to vote against the plan. The letter was in response to a Lake Lindero Homeowners Assn. survey of the development's 459 homeowners requesting their opinions about the proposal by Pan Pacific, said lakeside resident William T. Webber.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 1, 1989
As residents of Lake Lindero, we are very fearful of the Westlake North project. The density is enormous. We fear for our lake--no provision has been made for a construction debris basin, no long-range plans for runoff. To us that means the project doesn't anticipate much runoff due to everything being covered with buildings, asphalt, grass and planting. That still permits chemical runoff that will disturb the delicate balance of our small lake. We also fear stepping out of our house on Lake Crest Drive to be cast in the shadow of a wall of office buildings.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 24, 1998 | SUE FOX
Lake Lindero is finally getting a breath of fresh air, thanks to about 4,000 feet of tubing that now snakes across the lake's shallow bottom. Hundreds of dead fish washed up onshore during the past two summers after algae depleted oxygen in the water. A new aeration system was recently installed at the Agoura Hills lake, and tests conducted this week showed oxygen was back at a healthy level of nine parts per million, said Greg Feet, general manager of the Lindero Country Club.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 16, 1997 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
Some residents who live on the shores of Lake Lindero say they are taken aback by a letter from the Lake Lindero Homeowners Assn. that renews the debate over a developer's plan to convert the private lake into a public fishing hole. Even though a fishing permit would be required, it would be available to people who are not members of the association. The controversial issue appeared to have died down last month after the developer, Mark Lee of Pan Pacific, withdrew his proposal.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 31, 1997 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
The would-be developer of a fishing club on Lake Lindero has withdrawn his offer to lease the lake, leaving homeowners who live near the water pleased about the plan's demise. Despite early reports by a member of the Lake Lindero Homeowners Assn. board that the plan might be the answer to all the community's problems, the plan by Santa Barbara developer Mark Lee of Pan Pacific apparently met with strong opposition by a number of the area's 459 residents.
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