The Agoura Hills City Council has directed staff to write a letter to LAFCO opposing their neighboring city of Calabasas’ request to annex unincorporated land along Agoura Road. More details and a copy of the letter will be forthcoming.
Updated – The city of Calabasas has finally cracked down on the developer of a three home project in the Calabasas Highlands – and forced him to clean up construction debris that was strewn along the entrance to the community, creating an eyesore.
The City of Calabasas is proceeding with annexation of 43 acres along Agoura Road despite the fact that the City of Agoura Hills has not officially weighed in yet. The hearing will take place at the May 1st – Planning Commission meeting at the Civic Center in Calabasas. Click on link for details.
On April 23, the City of Agoura Hills will consider the City of Calabasas’ request to annex unincorporated county property along Agoura Road. This would in essence bring Calabasas adjacent to the Liberty Canyon neighborhood and next to the proposed Wildlife Corridor 101 Freeway Overpass/Underpass project currently being studied.
This article is excerpted from our Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky’s Blog —
A high note for mountain protections
April 11, 2014
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