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09/27/2021

Do you need help navigating this strange school year? The Las Virgenes Unified School District's Counseling Services are here to help you. Resources are available to get services for anyone in the LVUSD family. For more, go to: https://www.lvusdcounseling.org/

There is a special City Council meeting tomorrow night to discuss housing in Calabasas.  Check it out at 7:00pm tomorrow...
09/27/2021

There is a special City Council meeting tomorrow night to discuss housing in Calabasas. Check it out at 7:00pm tomorrow on CTV and the web stream. Find the Agenda at cityofcalabasas.com

There is a special City Council meeting tomorrow night to discuss housing in Calabasas. Check it out at 7:00pm tomorrow on CTV and the web stream. Find the Agenda at cityofcalabasas.com

Great time last night as our Senior Center crew held a screening of the film “Hairspray” at the Civic Center.
09/25/2021

Great time last night as our Senior Center crew held a screening of the film “Hairspray” at the Civic Center.

Mayor James Bozajian’s Letter to the CommunitySeptember 24, 2021There is a special City Council meeting scheduled for Tu...
09/24/2021

Mayor James Bozajian’s Letter to the Community
September 24, 2021

There is a special City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, September 28th, starting at 7 p.m. This meeting will be dedicated almost entirely to consideration and adoption of the “housing element” contained within the Calabasas General Plan. A housing element is a State-mandated policy document that identifies a municipality’s existing and future housing needs, and establishes clear goals to inform future housing decisions. Calabasas’ housing element will provide goals, policies, and programs that address:

• Conserving and improving existing housing.
• Providing adequate housing sites.
• Assisting in the provision of affordable housing.
• Removing governmental constraints to housing development.
• Promoting fair housing opportunities.

Unlike other elements of the General Plan, State law requires that housing elements be updated every eight years. Calabasas’ current housing element (5th cycle) covers the period of 2013 to 2021. The next housing element (6th cycle) will cover the eight-year planning period from 2021 to 2029. The housing element is comprised of the following major components:

• Review of the present housing element’s effectiveness.
• Assessment of existing and projected housing needs.
• Identification of resources (financial, land, administrative).
• Evaluation of constraints to housing.
• Housing plan (goals, policies, and programs).

California law requires each of the 482 cities and 58 counties to plan for its purported “fair share” of the State’s housing growth needs. Based on economic and demographic forecasts, the State has determined that the six-county Southern California region (e.g., Los Angeles, Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura counties) must accommodate 1,341,827 additional housing units between 2021 and 2029 to meet “increased housing demands.” Of course, these allocations were, as is often the case, determined by people who have probably never stepped foot in the vast majority of the affected territory, including our own Calabasas. Moreover, the State has not explained why, given California’s recent population losses, these daunting numbers are still required. But, as we witnessed with the recent passage of Senate Bills 9 and 10, common sense does not always prevail in Sacramento. The Southern California Association of Governments (S**G) is the administrative agency responsible for distributing these housing allocations among the jurisdictions (191 cities and 6 counties) in Southern California.

For additional information, please visit: https://www.cityofcalabasas.com/government/community-development/2021-2029-housing-element-update/faq.

The 13th annual Calabasas Walk-in Flu Clinic will be held on October 2nd, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., in Founders Hall at the Calabasas Civic Center. Free seasonal flu shots are offered by appointment to Calabasas residents only. Note that COVID-19 vaccines will not be administered. Pre-registration is required. You can register at: https://bit.ly/39y8RDq

Tickets to the Calabasas Pumpkin Festival, taking place on October 17th at Juan Bautista de Anza Park, are on sale now. They will be offered at a discounted price through October 8th. Tickets must be purchased at de Anza Park during regular business hours. You also still have an opportunity to sign up to be a vendor at the Pumpkin Festival. For further information about Calabasas’ premier annual event, please visit: www.calabasaspumpkinfestival.com.


James R. Bozajian
Mayor
City of Calabasas

Mayor James Bozajian’s Letter to the Community
September 24, 2021

There is a special City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, September 28th, starting at 7 p.m. This meeting will be dedicated almost entirely to consideration and adoption of the “housing element” contained within the Calabasas General Plan. A housing element is a State-mandated policy document that identifies a municipality’s existing and future housing needs, and establishes clear goals to inform future housing decisions. Calabasas’ housing element will provide goals, policies, and programs that address:

• Conserving and improving existing housing.
• Providing adequate housing sites.
• Assisting in the provision of affordable housing.
• Removing governmental constraints to housing development.
• Promoting fair housing opportunities.

Unlike other elements of the General Plan, State law requires that housing elements be updated every eight years. Calabasas’ current housing element (5th cycle) covers the period of 2013 to 2021. The next housing element (6th cycle) will cover the eight-year planning period from 2021 to 2029. The housing element is comprised of the following major components:

• Review of the present housing element’s effectiveness.
• Assessment of existing and projected housing needs.
• Identification of resources (financial, land, administrative).
• Evaluation of constraints to housing.
• Housing plan (goals, policies, and programs).

California law requires each of the 482 cities and 58 counties to plan for its purported “fair share” of the State’s housing growth needs. Based on economic and demographic forecasts, the State has determined that the six-county Southern California region (e.g., Los Angeles, Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura counties) must accommodate 1,341,827 additional housing units between 2021 and 2029 to meet “increased housing demands.” Of course, these allocations were, as is often the case, determined by people who have probably never stepped foot in the vast majority of the affected territory, including our own Calabasas. Moreover, the State has not explained why, given California’s recent population losses, these daunting numbers are still required. But, as we witnessed with the recent passage of Senate Bills 9 and 10, common sense does not always prevail in Sacramento. The Southern California Association of Governments (S**G) is the administrative agency responsible for distributing these housing allocations among the jurisdictions (191 cities and 6 counties) in Southern California.

For additional information, please visit: https://www.cityofcalabasas.com/government/community-development/2021-2029-housing-element-update/faq.

The 13th annual Calabasas Walk-in Flu Clinic will be held on October 2nd, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., in Founders Hall at the Calabasas Civic Center. Free seasonal flu shots are offered by appointment to Calabasas residents only. Note that COVID-19 vaccines will not be administered. Pre-registration is required. You can register at: https://bit.ly/39y8RDq

Tickets to the Calabasas Pumpkin Festival, taking place on October 17th at Juan Bautista de Anza Park, are on sale now. They will be offered at a discounted price through October 8th. Tickets must be purchased at de Anza Park during regular business hours. You also still have an opportunity to sign up to be a vendor at the Pumpkin Festival. For further information about Calabasas’ premier annual event, please visit: www.calabasaspumpkinfestival.com.


James R. Bozajian
Mayor
City of Calabasas

From Calabasas City Hall, you can see the air that could only be described as “icky”.  ⁦LA County Fire says the smoke is...
09/23/2021

From Calabasas City Hall, you can see the air that could only be described as “icky”. ⁦LA County Fire says the smoke is coming from brush fires burning in central and Northern California.

From Calabasas City Hall, you can see the air that could only be described as “icky”. ⁦LA County Fire says the smoke is coming from brush fires burning in central and Northern California.

It's not just the COVID vaccine that's important -- the FLU vaccine is still vital.  Come to the 13th Annual Calabasas F...
09/23/2021

It's not just the COVID vaccine that's important -- the FLU vaccine is still vital. Come to the 13th Annual Calabasas Flu Clinic. Sat., Oct. 2nd from 8a-2p at Founders Hall at the Civic Center. You MUST pre-register. You can find out more at cityofcalabasas.com.

It's not just the COVID vaccine that's important -- the FLU vaccine is still vital. Come to the 13th Annual Calabasas Flu Clinic. Sat., Oct. 2nd from 8a-2p at Founders Hall at the Civic Center. You MUST pre-register. You can find out more at cityofcalabasas.com.

09/22/2021
The Pharmacist Says Mask Up!

Get the vaccine but don't forget the mask. Greta Goldshtein, PharmD of Courtyard Pharmacy in Calabasas says we still need to wear a mask to protect ourselves and others for a little while longer.

09/22/2021

It's a special meeting of the City of Calabasas Historic Preservation Commission tonight at 6p. Check it out on CTV 3, or watch the live stream at cityofcalabasas.com. You can find the Agenda at https://bit.ly/3zukyW5

Good morning, Calabasas!  No wind now, but it may get a bit windy later today.  @NWSLosAngeles is calling for light Sant...
09/21/2021

Good morning, Calabasas! No wind now, but it may get a bit windy later today. @NWSLosAngeles is calling for light Santa Ana winds through Wednesday with elevated fire conditions. Be fire safe.

Good morning, Calabasas! No wind now, but it may get a bit windy later today. @NWSLosAngeles is calling for light Santa Ana winds through Wednesday with elevated fire conditions. Be fire safe.

09/20/2021

Our friends at Clean Power Alliance produced this video to remind you that we're going to 100% green power next month, in Calabasas. Going green costs a little more money, BUT you can try it out and always keep the option of opting down to a lower green rate, or leaving CPA altogether and returning to SCE. Your choice. For more info, go to cityofcalabasas.com or cleanpoweralliance.org

Anybody feel that?  Third quake this week.  USGS puts it at 4.2 centered near Carson.
09/18/2021

Anybody feel that? Third quake this week. USGS puts it at 4.2 centered near Carson.

Anybody feel that? Third quake this week. USGS puts it at 4.2 centered near Carson.

Mayor James Bozajian’s Letter to the CommunitySeptember 17, 2021This week’s letter will be devoted entirely to trash . ....
09/17/2021

Mayor James Bozajian’s Letter to the Community
September 17, 2021

This week’s letter will be devoted entirely to trash . . . .

One of the recurring complaints we field from residents and businesses in Calabasas involves the exciting subject of how people dispose of their garbage. As you are probably aware, the City of Calabasas contracts out for waste disposal services under a franchise system. This is very typical of smaller cities that do not conduct their own municipal waste collection. At present, we contract for these services with Waste Management, whose contact and other information can be found at https://bit.ly/3hwwQqQ

As is fairly standard for all cities, the Calabasas Municipal Code has a number of provisions concerning the proper handling, storage, and disposal of waste. These are common-sense rules designed to maintain the aesthetics of our neighborhoods, and to promote public health and safety. They appear in Section 8.16 of the Municipal Code, and can be located on the City’s web site at https://bit.ly/3AdDvNW

While there is far too much minutia to outline in great detail, the main provisions to keep in mind are as follows:

• “Dumping” of trash within the City is prohibited. This includes using other people’s trash receptacles to dispose of your garbage --- and yes, this includes tossing your pet’s waste into other people’s cans as you walk by (because if you do not want your pet’s excrement in your barrel, it is probably a good bet that someone else does not want it in theirs).

• Tampering with, altering, or damaging other people’s containers is prohibited.

• All trash containers must be in reasonably good condition --- intact, damage-free, and with tightly fitting, attached lids that remain closed at all times. They must be relatively clean as well (e.g., maintained in a safe and sanitary condition).

• Trash receptacles cannot be used to dispose of garbage generated from outside the premises where the container is located.

• For any trash that does not fit within a container provided by the waste hauler (including any trash that prevents a lid from closing properly), property owners must contact the hauler directly to request special collection service. Remember that under our present franchise agreement, you are able to schedule removal of bulky items three times per year free of charge.

• No waste can be accumulated or stored on real property outside of designated containers.

• Trash cans must be stored in the garage, side yard, or rear yard of your property.

• The hours during which containers can be moved to the location where trash is collected (usually the curb of the property) are limited to no earlier than 5:30 p.m. on the day before pick-up, and no later than 8 p.m. on the day of collection. There is some flexibility here, of course, within reason.

Aside from being violations of the Municipal Code that could yield citations and fines, failure to adhere to these laws detracts from the beauty of our neighborhoods and jeopardizes health and safety. Your neighbors do not want to see your trash cans left outside for several days. Overflowing containers are not only unsightly, but they attract all types of wildlife, especially (highly) unwanted rodents and vermin. So for the consideration of others living in your community, please be mindful of these basic rules.

For additional information about the foregoing, you can contact our Public Works Department at https://www.cityofcalabasas.com/government/public-works


James R. Bozajian
Mayor
City of Calabasas

Mayor James Bozajian’s Letter to the Community
September 17, 2021

This week’s letter will be devoted entirely to trash . . . .

One of the recurring complaints we field from residents and businesses in Calabasas involves the exciting subject of how people dispose of their garbage. As you are probably aware, the City of Calabasas contracts out for waste disposal services under a franchise system. This is very typical of smaller cities that do not conduct their own municipal waste collection. At present, we contract for these services with Waste Management, whose contact and other information can be found at https://bit.ly/3hwwQqQ

As is fairly standard for all cities, the Calabasas Municipal Code has a number of provisions concerning the proper handling, storage, and disposal of waste. These are common-sense rules designed to maintain the aesthetics of our neighborhoods, and to promote public health and safety. They appear in Section 8.16 of the Municipal Code, and can be located on the City’s web site at https://bit.ly/3AdDvNW

While there is far too much minutia to outline in great detail, the main provisions to keep in mind are as follows:

• “Dumping” of trash within the City is prohibited. This includes using other people’s trash receptacles to dispose of your garbage --- and yes, this includes tossing your pet’s waste into other people’s cans as you walk by (because if you do not want your pet’s excrement in your barrel, it is probably a good bet that someone else does not want it in theirs).

• Tampering with, altering, or damaging other people’s containers is prohibited.

• All trash containers must be in reasonably good condition --- intact, damage-free, and with tightly fitting, attached lids that remain closed at all times. They must be relatively clean as well (e.g., maintained in a safe and sanitary condition).

• Trash receptacles cannot be used to dispose of garbage generated from outside the premises where the container is located.

• For any trash that does not fit within a container provided by the waste hauler (including any trash that prevents a lid from closing properly), property owners must contact the hauler directly to request special collection service. Remember that under our present franchise agreement, you are able to schedule removal of bulky items three times per year free of charge.

• No waste can be accumulated or stored on real property outside of designated containers.

• Trash cans must be stored in the garage, side yard, or rear yard of your property.

• The hours during which containers can be moved to the location where trash is collected (usually the curb of the property) are limited to no earlier than 5:30 p.m. on the day before pick-up, and no later than 8 p.m. on the day of collection. There is some flexibility here, of course, within reason.

Aside from being violations of the Municipal Code that could yield citations and fines, failure to adhere to these laws detracts from the beauty of our neighborhoods and jeopardizes health and safety. Your neighbors do not want to see your trash cans left outside for several days. Overflowing containers are not only unsightly, but they attract all types of wildlife, especially (highly) unwanted rodents and vermin. So for the consideration of others living in your community, please be mindful of these basic rules.

For additional information about the foregoing, you can contact our Public Works Department at https://www.cityofcalabasas.com/government/public-works


James R. Bozajian
Mayor
City of Calabasas

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🚨UPDATE: Missing Actress Elaine Park #BREAKING #copyandpaste #SHARE 🚨 RECORDING of witness account about The FIGHT with on-off boyfriend *Divine 'Div' Compere before the night Elaine Park disappeared. Last seen with Divine 'Div' Compere at his home in the 2600 Block of Delphine Lane, Calabasas, on Saturday, January 28, 2017, @ 6:05 am. $140,000 REWARD #Appeal #SharePost *Divine 'Div' Compere, son of Hollywood producer **Shakim Compere, **Co-Founder with Queen Latifah of Flavor Unit Entertainment #QueenLatifah #TheEqualizer #CBS #BETAwards READ https://thelocalmalibu.com/new-information-in-the-search-for-elaine-details-re-argument-the-night-before-she-disappeared/ Listen Witness Account https://youtu.be/YtaM4NdTtiw If you have any information regarding this case please call 1800-222-TIPS(8477) https://lacrimestoppers.org
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TW Missing Actress: THE NEW EVIDENCE Meet Elaine Park [PART 1] To Live and Die in LA True Crime PODCAST (May 27, 2021) Elaine Park played roles in ER, Desperate Housewives and more, and was last seen with Divine Compere at his home (in the 2600 block of Delphine Lane, Calabasas, CA, 91302), son of Hollywood producer, Shakim Compere, who co-owns Flavor Unit Entertainment with Queen Latifa. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/to-live-and-die-in-la/id1453788965 $140,000 REWARD https://www.facebook.com/1792084324451150/posts/2904366139889624/ #R**e #MurderMostFoul #Investigative #Journalism #HelpFindElainePark #Compere #Hollywood #Flavor #QueenLatifah #TheEqualizer #cbs #ER (#GeorgeClooney) #DesperateHouseWives #Malibu #Calabasas
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APPEAL Please Copy Text, SHARE 🗓February 2, 2017🗓 ⏰4 PM⏰ MISSING ACTRESS Elaine Park Charcoal-Gray Four-Door 2015 Honda Civic Was Found Abandoned. Discovered 5 days after CCTV shows Elaine's car on Jan. 28, leaving home of on-off boyfriend, Divine 'Div' Compere, son to #HOLLYWOOD producer *Shakim Compere, of Delphine Lane, Calabasas, CA, USA (*co-founded Flavor Unit with #QueenLatifah #TheEqualizer #cbs) #GoldenGlobes2021 #GoldenGlobes #GoldenGlobeAward Strangely, an SUV parks outside Compere gates just before Elaine's car exits the estate. A La Crescenta resident, Elaine's car was spotted opposite direction to her home, ocean-side on Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu. Compere family have never ever visited the mother Susan Park or participated on searches. Further, unsatisfactory Glendale PD investigation, and denied to have the case transferred to LAPD. Thank you and appreciate all you could do for Elaine. #missingActress #calabasas #malibu #california #missing #missingperson #missinginCalifornia #losangeles #LAPD #HelpFindElainePark $140,000 REWARD Poster https://www.facebook.com/1792084324451150/posts/2904366139889624/ INSIGHTFUL YouTuber Notes CCTV Irregularities https://youtu.be/I5IfY8DtY70 WATCH Investigation Discovery Documentary, 10 mins https://youtu.be/9yD8YOlGhsQ READ Comprehensive Article https://storiesoftheunsolved.com/2018/10/30/the-disappearance-of-elaine-park/ Help Find Elaine Park page https://www.facebook.com/helpfindelainepark/ #Like #Comment #Share
🗓ON THIS DATE🗓 February 2, 2017⏰4 PM⏰ MISSING ACTRESS Elaine Park Charcoal-Gray Four-Door 2015 Honda Civic Was Found. Discovered 5 days after CCTV shows Elaine's car on Jan. 28, leaving home of on-off boyfriend, Divine 'Div' Compere, son to #HOLLYWOOD producer *Shakim Compere, of Delphine Lane, Calabasas, CA, USA (*co-founded Flavor Unit with Queen Latifah #QueenLatifah). Strangely, an SUV parks outside **Compere gates just before Elaine's car exits the estate. A La Crescenta resident, Elaine's car was discovered opposite direction to her home, ocean-side on Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu. **Compere family have never ever visited the mother Susan Park or participated on searches. Further, unsatisfactory Glendale PD investigation, and denied to have the case transferred to LAPD. Thank you and appreciate all you could do for Elaine. #missingActress #calabasas #malibu #california #missing #missingperson #missinginCalifornia #losangeles #LAPD #HelpFindElainePark $140,000 REWARD Poster https://www.facebook.com/1792084324451150/posts/2904366139889624/ INSIGHTFUL YouTuber Notes CCTV Irregularities https://youtu.be/I5IfY8DtY70 WATCH Investigation Discovery Documentary, 10 mins (See Comments)https://youtu.be/9yD8YOlGhsQ READ Comprehensive Article https://storiesoftheunsolved.com/2018/10/30/the-disappearance-of-elaine-park/ Help Find Elaine Park page https://www.facebook.com/helpfindelainepark/
Please share, copy text. APPEAL #update $140,000 REWARD for... MISSING Actress Elaine Park last seen #OnThisDay January 28th, 2017, on CCTV in Calabasas leaving the home of on and off boyfriend, Divine Compere, son to #Hollywood producer Shakim Compere - both of which have never ever visited the mother Susan Park or participated on searches. Additionally, a YouTuber and others raise questions about the property CCTV irregularities, the SUV that arrives on scene, and unsatisfactory Glendale PD investigation. A La Crescenta resident, Elaine's car was discovered opposite direction to her residence 5 days later on February 2nd, 2017 oceanside in Malibu. Thank you and appreciate all you could do for Elaine. #calabasas #malibu #california #missing #missingperson #missingActress #missinginCalifornia #HelpFindElainePark REWARD Post https://www.facebook.com/1792084324451150/posts/2878337025825869/ WATCH Investigation Discovery, 10 mins Documentary #copy #paste #share https://youtu.be/9yD8YOlGhsQ INSIGHTFUL Review by YouTuber https://youtu.be/I5IfY8DtY70 READ Comprehensive Article https://storiesoftheunsolved.com/2018/10/30/the-disappearance-of-elaine-park/
This post is to bring light to the type of ads placed in a location where many kids and families walk, enjoy and shop at the Commons. My son pointed to the F as we learning our Abcs and I continued to read out the F White. Is this the type of programming we should instill in our community? Please look into this as I will make sure others see this as well.
Does anyone know when / how often the ballots in the ballot collection box will be picked up? I dropped mine off and it is not being picked up in the BallotTrax website.
Need to have tree trimmed that is in the parkway and is damaging cars with continuous droppings, such that no one can park NEAR it without vehicle damage.