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Growing up Janss: A witness to TO's transformation

The family purchased the Conejo Ranch in 1911 as a weekend getaway.

They paid the market rate of 50 cents an acre to purchase the ranch from the estate of John Edwards. Edwards had bought the land a century earlier from Jose de la Guerra, who’d received it as part of a nearly 50,000-acre Spanish land grant.

In 1931, the family built a home near present-day Greenmeadow Drive and in 1943, Larry’s father took over day-to-day operations at the ranch and moved into the home full time.

Larry Janss grew up with his two older siblings in the house, which became a Ventura County historical landmark in 1987 and is now owned by the City of Thousand Oaks.

Janss attended another historic landmark, Timber School, through eighth grade. His contemporaries had surnames that loom large in local history, like Borchard and Kelley.

“For better or worse, I’m a memory bank,” he said.

When Janss was 14, the Conejo Valley began to change. His parents divorced and sent him to boarding school. On each visit home, he saw his hometown undergo dramatic changes.

Obama Gives New Grant to ACORN; Did He Violate Federal Law?

Why is President Obama apparently defying federal law by funding ACORN?

Judicial Watch discovered that the Obama administration is flouting the will of Congress by giving federal taxpayer money to ACORN.


Your question should read: "Did he violate ANOTHER federal law?", and the answer is a resounding YES!

He has broken several, and thinks that he does not have to follow the law.