Twenty years in the making, the newly-completed, $26.2 million Westlake Village Community Park will be dedicated Sunday. Located about 100 feet above Thousand Oaks Boulevard on an 18-acre site that offers spectacular views of the Conejo Valley, the park features eight acres of lighted, synthetic turf athletic fields for soccer, football, baseball, softball and other sports year-round.
Authorities released the name Friday of the victim in a fatal, single-vehicle crash Wednesday just outside of Oxnard. Jesus Rodriguez, 17, of Oxnard, died from multiple blunt-force trauma injuries caused by the crash, according to Zeb Dunn, an investigator with the Ventura County Medical Examiner's Office. Rodriguez was driving a 1991 Acura Integra at a high rate of speed in the 3500 block of Sturgis Road.
Opposed by many residents of the Dos Vientos section of Newbury Park, the $2.85 million sale of the former Miller Family YMCA building to Texas-based nonprofit Heavenly Father's Foundation closed Tuesday, said Thousand Oaks Councilman and Pastor Rob McCoy. The foundation plans to lease the building at 320 Via Las Brisas in Dos Vientos as the new home of McCoy's church, Godspeak Calvary Chapel. The building's last day as the YMCA was Dec. 31.
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Selecting a term
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