People who want things should work for them

Every time I read something in the Acorn about “affordable housing” I try to ignore it. However, the Aug. 3 editorial has at last forced me to speak my mind. And I wonder if anyone else can relate to what I’m going to write.  More...

Prioritize the needs of those with least

Do we have affordable housing and overpopulation problems?  If we do, whose bank accounts are swelling because of these problems?  As we seek solutions, may we make our highest priorities the needs of those with the least. More...

Death of grass represents broken promise

The Acorn’s July 27 editorial was misleading and off the mark. Removing grass from the offleash areas was a drastically poor decision by Conejo Rec and Park administration. It was shortsighted and wrong. More...

Tell us how our reps voted

Recently I had the opportunity to meet with Congresswoman Julia Brownley to discuss important points affecting our county, state and nation. I learned that she flies home every weekend to be on top of local concerns. More...

When it comes to housing, let free market reign

Are you kidding? Redirect public tax dollars away from parks to subsidize a few tracts of affordable housing (Editorial, Aug. More...

Does Acorn seek to abandon land-use protocol?

In reply to the Acorn’s Aug. 3 editorial about affordable housing, I say, “What is past is prologue.” More...

Dog owners, not parks, tend to be the problem

Having grown up with dogs and being the owner of rescue dogs for 30 years, I’ve been reading the back-and-forth editorials on the conditions of the Kimber, Walnut Grove and Estella off-leash areas. More...

Code compliance office could use some volunteers

Do we need city code compliance volunteers?  More...

Most of 101 runs north and south

In a letter published about a month ago the writer thought it was so stupid that the 101 traffic directions are labeled as north and south, and he added about how this is typical of the “feds’” infinite wisdom, etc.  More...