Entire Eruv Comes Down
Protest Brings an End to Religious Marker
By Sophia Fischer
The thin monofilament line that marked a Jewish religious boundary in Oak Park, Agoura Hills and Westlake Village is being removed entirely, officials said last week.
Oak Park residents were the first to complain about the high wires crisscrossing the streets, saying they said didn't know about the project until it was completed. There were concerns that the thin lines were unsightly and a danger to birds. Read on ...