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To protect...and learn

Local children were recently treated to book shopping spree. During the visit to Barnes & Noble in Thousand Oaks, kids from T.O.'s Warwick Apartments used the gift cards they received during a Christmas event. The 80 gift cards valued at $1,300 were donated by students, parents and parishioners at St. Patrick's Church and Day School.

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Celebration of Volunteer Extraordinaire -- Frances Bailey!

Congratulations to Volunteer Frances Bailey, age 100, who has graciously volunteered 4000+ hours with the Conejo Senior Volunteer Program (CSVP) since 1991! Frances was feted at the Goebel Adult Community Center recently with a Birthday Tea, complete with finger sandwiches, scones, petit fours, and - of course - tea.

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Reclaimed Water System Gets Greenlight

During the Dec. 3 meeting, CRPD's Board of Directors awarded a $316,000 contract to convert the irrigation system at North Ranch Neighborhood Park from using potable water to reclaimed water— treated water that’s safe for plants but not for human consumption.

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Park board votes to make off-leash dog areas permanent

Three off-leash dog areas added to the local park system in March will remain permanently, the Conejo Recreation and Park District board of directors decided last week. The vote came Nov. 5, three weeks after a decision on the fate of the mini-dog parks at Kimber, Walnut Grove and Estella neighborhood parks was postponed due to a legal concern.

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CRPD In Talks To Alter Park Path

CRPD is seeking additional input on a plan to build a shared-use bicycle and equestrian path along the western edge of Conejo Creek Park North, similar to one that exists at Conejo Creek Park South. Over the summer, officials with the City of Thousand Oaks approached CRPD with the idea of adding lanes to the park's existing path.

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Grassy areas headed for endangered list

With the goal of decreasing its overall water use by a third, the Conejo Recreation and Park District approved last week a host of significant measures aimed at conservation. Among them: The district will convert all "nonfunctional turf" at city parks to wood chips or mulch within the next couple of years.

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Trailhead at Rancho Potrero open for business

The Rancho Potrero trailhead improvements will officially be open to hikers, bikers and horseback riders on Saturday! It has about three miles of trails with another one mile planned. The rails tie into the trail systems of Rancho Sierra Vista-Satwiwa Park, the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area and Point Mugu State Park.

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New off-leash areas for dogs in Thousand Oaks

Walnut Grove is one of three parks in the Thousand Oaks area with new off-leash areas. The other parks are Kimber and Estella. In the next six months, the Conejo Recreation and Park District will study usage, noise and traffic associated with these fenced areas and determine whether to make them permanent features.

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Wildwood Park Update

Two and a half months after a cracked water pipe erupted at Wildwood Regional Park in Thousand Oaks, sending a geyser high into the air and damaging parts of the park, facilities have been repaired and are open again to visitors.

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CRPD Vote Clears way For Mixed Use on Thousand Oaks Blvd

Developers seeking to build multifamily housing along Thousand Oaks Boulevard cleared a major hurdle this month when the Conejo Recreation and Park District's board of directors voted in favor of reducing its Quimby fees for that section of the city.

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