The Acorn: Letter to the Editor in Support of Measure V

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Yes on V

On March 3, it’s time for us to continue LVUSD’s progress and high ranking position in the state by voting yes on Measure V, which will allow for improvement and updating of our classrooms and the science and engineering labs. Measure V will enable our campuses to reduce greenhouse gases by installing solar energy and repairing and replacing deteriorating roofs and inefficient heating/air conditioning systems....

Illece Buckley Weber, Agoura Hills

Buckley Weber is the mayor of Agoura Hills.


In 1992, my husband and I moved our family to Agoura Hills for the outstanding schools and the strong sense of community.

Since then, we have watched our school district and its governing board tackle tough issues, create new and progressive programs and launch the students to the next level of life.

On March 3, it’s time for us to continue LVUSD’s progress and high ranking position in the state by voting yes on Measure V, which will allow for improvement and updating of our classrooms and the science and engineering labs. Measure V will enable our campuses to reduce greenhouse gases by installing solar energy and repairing and replacing deteriorating roofs and inefficient heating/air conditioning systems.

Measure V will also be used to strengthen school safety, upgrade fire and disaster preparedness and emergency response systems.

During the Woolsey fire, I watched the flames close in on Agoura High School’s baseball field, engulfing one of the equipment sheds. I remember contemplating the displacement of the students, parents, staff and teachers if the school burned down and the impact it would have had on our community. It’s time to make these safety improvements.

Illece Buckley Weber
Agoura Hills

Buckley Weber is the mayor of Agoura Hills.

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