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Is the term McMansion really appropriately used here? The entry page for McMansion itself states that it is a pejorative term.
Is it really a "facist" [sic] city? According to some, yes. For instance its anti-smoking law, while cute, is ineffective and a total waste of police time and municipal money. A direct quote from a local cop: "The way it's written, if someone is bothering you with cigarette smoke and they ask you to put it out, if you do NOT put it out, they can call the cops on you. In REALITY, you can smoke three packs, blow smoke directly in their faces, knock off a liquor store and be in Mexico by the time we bother to respond to that call. We have criminals to catch."
This run-on sentence doesn't make any sense: "While Calabasas is oftentimes considered similar to its neighboring two cities to the west (Agoura Hills and Westlake Village, which is a trio that can be compared to the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena area) because of similar demographics, size (physically and population, save Westlake), geography, and low-density general plans, Calabasas is unique from these two for the above things as the two other cities have none of the above features."
Who cares if it's runon? It's inaccurate not only in its misstatement, but also in its content. Calabasas is bordered on the EAST by Woodland Hills. Further, neither Woodland Hills NOR Topanga are incorporated cities; they are each part of Los Angeles City and Los Angeles County, respectively, therefore neither have a general plan which can be compared to Calabasas at ALL let alone in specifics... they do not exist. Our citizenry is NOTHING like that of Woodland Hills OR Topanga in education, income or size... nor is our topography nor our circulation nor any other factors common in Planning. Further, it is 21 square miles, never has been 13 square miles. At incorporation it was 17 square miles and subsequent annexations brought it up to 21. Who writes this compilation of complete misinformation? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Dulchenea (talk • contribs) 16:32, 22 August 2011 (UTC)
shouldn't they be put under notable people? Annonymous 7:39 Pm 5-15-07
I did some major reformatting, cleaned up some runon sentences and general problems. However, a picture would be really appreciated, and since I don't think I have any, I'd appreciate if someone would upload one. Arspickles17 10:29, 14 January 2007 (UTC)
McMansion is a PERFECT term in describing the houses in Calabasas. I live there; I know. Guess what: Living there hardly qualifies you as a land use expert. Your OPINION has no business here.
I added some wording to clarify the McMansion thing. I also fixed the run-on sentence above.
"McMansion" or "mansionization" refers to the sprawling homes that are placed on landlocked parcels originally meant for hunting cabins. You may live here, but I was Clerk its first six and a half years. It is not now nor ever was meant to refer to the general size of the common homes. One's opinion, the other's a reference. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 21:57, 24 June 2010 (UTC)
No more talk of Geography should be made unless it is by someone who not only knows what they're talking about, but can cite sources. ~Me —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 10:36, 14 December 2010 (UTC)
Howie Mandel lives in Hidden Hills, a separate, adjacent city.
Advertising has no place on this site. This entire section should be deleted.
I suppose you can get away with listing Kim Kardashian as a notable resident, but are her half sisters Kendall & Kylie Jenner really "notable residents" - and for that matter can children be "socialites"? 18.104.22.168 (talk) 10:04, 30 April 2012 (UTC)