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Boos. Catcalls. Shouts of rage. And maybe … just maybe … a little bit of communication and understanding. That’s the predictable result of Saturday afternoon’s appearance by top brass from the L A County Fire Department … at Malibu City Hall. But some changes were announced … possibly as a result of what fire chief […]

This is KBUU News – Day 78 – The Friday headlines: =  Only 30 percent of Malibu fire victims have signed up for the state debris removal program. =  The city warns that all debris must be removed by March 15th .. one way or another, =  City planners are fast-tracking approvals for replacement houses […]

The local school district is inviting mental health professionals to a meeting next week. Two experts from an Israeli trauma and crisis response team will discuss ”Principles of Disaster Mental Health: Tools for Recovery” at a seminar for local professionals who work with kids. Dr. Norman Blumenthal Tzivy Reiter are with the Trauma and Crisis Response […]

Planners at City Hall say they are fast-tracking plans to rebuild houses that were destroyed by the Woolsey Fire. Assistant planner Richard Mollica addressed the city planning commission this week … and said progress is being made approving replacement houses that basically match what was there before the fire. MOLLICA COMM QQQ: ISSUE AN APPROVAL […]

Only 30 percent of the homeowners on Malibu … with burned-down houses … have signed up for the state fire debris removal program. And the city is officially urging all homeowners whose properties burned in the Woolsey Fire to make a decision quickly …as the deadline for a decision is one week from today. And […]

This is KBUU News – Day 67 of the fire disaster – The Headlines: =  Topanga Canyon Boulevard has reopened to traffic. =  There are no major road closures this morning in the Malibu area. =  The city plans to hire a second person in the public safety department. =  Mass demolition starts next Monday […]

The two Concert On The Bluffs events may have been huge and popular success stories. But the city is giving up on them. Volunteers largely put on the events … two outdoor concerts featuring top notch symphony and ballet performers. They cost the city $45,000 in 2016 and $88,000 in 2017. But it took a […]

Two month after the Woolsey Fire generated a firestorm of criticism of Malibu City Hall … the city manager is proposing adding a staff member to handle fire safety. This is certain to be a lightning rod … for more controversy over the city’s Public Safety Manager … Susan Duenas. During the fire aftermath … […]

Trucks making illegal U-turns in Western Malibu … another joy of driving on PCH. Malibu West got a taste of the future … in terms of the heavy truck traffic that was observed this holiday weekend in Trancas Canyon. One truck a minute was filled with debris in the basins up the canyon. County crews […]

Next Monday is the scheduled start date for the massive demolition Malibu neighborhoods that were incinerated by the Woolsey Fire. The small residential streets of Malibu Park … Point Dume … and other Malibu neighborhoods will be full of trucks and heavy equipment. Property owners who have opted in to the mass debris haul off […]


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