Malibu California

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As Dark Skies Ordinance Nears, String Lights Are Already Illegal In Malibu Efforts continue to educate Malibu residents and business owners about the Dark Skies ordinance. The requirements are supported bt a large majority of Malibu residents … but the technical rules are going to require almost every homeowner to make changes.  Taht is the […]

By a 2 to 2 vote last night … the Malibu city council decided not to pursue getting back 1.5 million dollars that previous city councils had donated to the county library system, That left councilman Bruce Silverstein threatening to move to yank Malibu out of the county library system … assuming he has two […]

A legal gambit drafted by Councilmember Bruce Silverstein and signed on by the Malibu city council went down in flames before the California Coastal Commission Friday … when the Coastal Commission said all rules governing short term vacation rentals in the city are null and void. By a 5 to 3 vote … the commission […]

Longtime Malibu resident and businesswoman Olicvia Newton John has died … of cancer … at age 73. The megastar singer and movie star lost her long battle with breast cancer. In the 80s and 90s … Olivia Newton John owned a small clothing store in Malibu. She worked as a volunteer at Webster Elementary … […]

The zoning change for Malibu High School’s master plan was approved by the city council last night.  Again. And the plan goes to the Coastal Commission now … with the city attorney and city planner both assuring the public … that all future building plans will have to come back to the city for specific […]

Lane Closures And Street Flooding Expected As Malibu Water Main Will Be Flushed Tonight Expect big lane closures and a lot of spilled water on PCH tonight in Pacific Palisades. The L A County waterworks people are installing a new water main to supply Malibu and Topanga Canyon. The 30 inch line has to be […]

Hertzberg on the defensive over his funding the MRCA without restrictions. Horvath on the defensive over Sheial Kuehl campaigning for her. Loud protestors try to disrupt – their dispute over vaccines not on the agenda. Sunday’s debate between the two candidates for LA County Supervisor became more of a referendum on two people not on […]

The MRCA has plans to open another pocket beach west of Broad Beach to the public.  And this may set up yet another legal battle with Malibu.  At issue …  El Sol Beach … which the Mountains Resource Conservation Authority describes as one of the last so-called private coves in Malibu. El Sol Beach is […]

With a Malibu debate between the two candidates to replace Sheila Kuehl as the emperor of western LA County … both candidates have come out against unsupervised camping in the local moutains.   But both have also left just a little wriggle room. Supervisors candidate Lindsay Horvath on Friday told KBUU News that … if elected […]

The Planning Commission has overridden the city staff… and has decided by a unanimous vote to allow the planned Sunset Jazz Festival to take place… this Saturday on a city-owned vacant lot. Planning Commissioners voted 5 to nothing to agree with the applicant … who said banning the concert after 2 thousand tickets had been […]

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