After the Woolsey Fire: Community Resources

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Fire victims in Malibu are asking “what does this mean for us???” after the Southern California Edison company has agreed to pay out massive damage settlements with local governments. 360 million dollars will be paid to 23 cities and counties … money the ciies and counties spent paid out to fight recent fires and floods […]

=    Impeachment hearings have begun … Malibu’s congressman is at the center. =   The city receives and files 53 recommendations to improve its response in major fires. =   Malibu’s mayor points out that city actions cannot be lumped in with agencies that it cannot control. =   And the Malibu boys soccer team […]

You would think that a plan to give some teeth to the City of Malibu’s enforcement of coastal protection laws would be supported by other local government agencies.  You would be wrong. Joe Edmiston sent his MRCA lawyer down to Malibu City Hall last night … to oppose a proposal to allow Malibu zoning inspectors […]

Malibu mayor Karen Farrer says it’s not accurate to conflate the actions of the  outside independent audit of the city – county fire – and county sheriff – may have unfairly lumped all three agencies together. Farrer points out that the outside report … from the Los Angele Emergency preparedness Foundation … seemed to indicate […]

The City of Malibu last night received its consultants plan for 53 recommendations … suggestions to improve emergency services … formulated after the Woolsey Fire. City manager Reva Feldman said most of the ideas had already been implemented … or were being implemented. The official response to the Woolsey Fire does not specifically address any […]

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Inspectors with the County Department of Regional Planning say Saddlerock Ranch is prohibited from keeping its wild animals … the giraffe, zebras and camels … for commercial reasons. The animals are popular stars of the wine safari tours … a burgeoning tourist attraction just off Kanan-Dume Road. The Los Angeles Daily News reports that zoning […]

=  It took 20 minutes for the first fire truck to get to the Woolsey Fire when it broke out. =  And the L A Times says the nearest truck … operated by the Boeing Corporation … blew out its ancient radiator. =  The city will look at 53 specific recommendations from the Woolsey Fire […]

The Los Angeles Times reports today that response to the early stages of the Woolsey Fire was significantly delayed  …. because the Boeing Corporation has a fire truck that is ancient and blew out its radiator. That caused a 20 minute delay in the arrival of the first fire truck to the flames … which […]

Malibu has a list of 53 recommendations from its consultant … for changes as a result of the Woolsey Fire. It will discuss and vote on them tonight. The city council commissioned an outside consultant … called management partners … to review city operations during the fire. That report was not drafted with any inout […]

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