In the News

Check out the latest news about Agoura Hills, my initiatives and more. You can sign up for my newsletter and updates by clicking here.

 
 
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JULY NEWSLETTER

Changes for our Independence Day Concert-in-the-Park celebration, a visionary new park proposal, and how to make sure rodenticides stay out of our food chain.

 
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JUNE NEWSLETTER

In this edition: a drive-through at Starbucks? What to do when you see someone experiencing homelessness? Summer concert dates, AH’s best kept secret, and more trivia.

 
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may NEWSLETTER

The Sheriff comes to town to address crime in the area. A critical bridge reopens. Plus, how well do you know your Agoura Hills trivia?

 
Crossing Guards are an important budget item.

Crossing Guards are an important budget item.

april NEWSLETTER

It’s budgeting season; learn how we start to work out what gets funded. Also, see the many ways you can volunteer within the City of Agoura Hills.

 
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MARCH NEWSLETTER

Spring is on its way! Come take a hike with your Councilmember.

 
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Meet My Planning Commissioner appointment

Jeremy Wolf has deep roots in our community.

 
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February NEWSLETTER

It’s still raining; learn how you can report something that needs attention. And what’s going on along Reyes Adobe Road?

 
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acorn newspaper, 1/17/19: guest opinion

Agoura Hills residents now have a choice to use more renewable power through the Clean Power Alliance.

 
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january newsletter

The City helps residents deal with rains, floods and mud after the fire. Plus, clean power, new traffic lights and more.

 
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SWORN IN AND READY TO WORK

Disaster recovery is the first priority of the new council.

 
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ELECTION RESULTS

I am so proud to have secured a spot on the Agoura Hills City Council (as the top vote-getter)!

 
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Debbie and agoura hills on 89.3 kpcc

Radio station KPCC has one of the largest NPR audiences in the country, reaching 950,000 listeners each week throughout Southern California. So when the daily "Take Two" program wanted to launch a series about the 88 cities in Los Angeles County, they turned to their listeners and asked, "What makes your city unique?"

I was one of the first to respond, inviting the producers and hosts out for a tour. "Take Two" loved Agoura Hills so much, they chose our town to kick off the whole series.