KBUU Newswire Day 92 – Friday Feb 8 – MHS Fields Clogged With Mud, District Promises Action – 1/2 Inch Of Rain Sat – Support Live Theater Sunday

Written by on February 8, 2019

This is KBUU News – the headlines:

  • =   A half inch of rain … but no mud … tomorrow morning.
  • =   Malibu High’s softball and baseball trams win their first victories … the district promises to get mud off their fields.
  • =    99 percent of the hazmat stuff has been removed form burned out houses.
  • =    Sheila Kuehl has scheduled two listening sessions to hear complaints about the fire roadblocks.
  • =    And how much trash is acceptable in Malibu lagoon?  Try zero.


This is Malibu’s Only Local Daily News. It’s the   ((((  midday  ))) edition of the news … from Radio Malibu  …. F-M 99 point 1 K B U U. Good morning … I’m Hans Laetz reporting.


First it was a fire that destroyed their homes … then a loss of five weeks of school. Malibu High.

Now … kids at Malibu High School are dealing with the loss of their home fields.

The school’s athletics fields are drowning in mud …. ash and rocks … washing onto the grass and tennis courts. Details:  https://www.radiomalibu.net/mud-is-doing-what-fire-couldnt/


A relatively weak storm system is going to arrive in Malibu early tomorrow morning.  But those early predictions very wet Valentines’s Day … well …the storms and the long range guesses seem to be falling apart.  Details:  https://www.radiomalibu.net/rain-early-tomorrow/


Want to tell Los Angeles County where they can put their roadblocks?  They want to hear from you.  No, really, they do.  Details:  https://www.radiomalibu.net/tell-the-county-where-they-can-put/ 


State regulators are cracking down on trash in Malibu Creek … Malibu Lagoon … and the ocean. Revised regulations have been approved by the Regional Water Quality Control Board for the creek … which starts in Ventura County way north of the 101 and ends at Malibu’s Surfrider Beach.

Details: https://www.radiomalibu.net/state-orders-zero-trash/ 

Proposed new rule: https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/losangeles/water_issues/programs/tmdl/bpa_details.php?id=126

Email for comments: commentletters@waterboards.ca.gov


As actual demolition of houses has begin … state and federal officials say they have just finished removing Household hazardous waste from burned down properties in malibu and elsewhere.

Hazmat poisons were removed from more than 99 percent of properties affected by the Hill and Woolsey fires. 

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and California Department of Toxic Substances Control cleared the waste in the first phase of the cleanup. During the second phase, the state agency will deal with remaining properties.

Things like paint, solvents, pesticides, fuel, batteries and other combustible items were removed in the emergency project . which began December Thrid,

Crews could not enter about 75 properties due to a locked gate, property owner who denied access, dangerous trees or terrain, unstable structures or other unsafe conditions. The Department of Toxic Substances Control will continue to work on these properties.


You are listening to the latest news from Radio Malibu … F-M 99 point 1 K B U U.  ((( time  ))))


The City of Malibu Community Services Department and the Harry Barovsky Memorial Youth Commission presents the Annual Malibu Student Art Exhibit at Malibu City Hall (23825 Stuart Ranch Road) February 11, 2019 through March 8, 2019. The exhibit will include a variety of art in multiple media by students in grades K-12. 

The opening reception will take place on Friday, February 8, 2019 at 5:00 PM. This free community event will include light refreshments, artist recognition, and poetry readings by the Malibu Poet Laureate Ricardo Means Ybarra and students from Malibu High School. Guests may also participate in a butterfly-inspired community art project which celebrates the City’s “Year of the Butterfly” pledge.

More info: MalibuCity.org/ArtExhibit


And …. this weekend … it’s the high school musical that mother nature doesn’t want you to see.

There is only ONE FINAL PERFORMANCE of “Spring Awakening”

This Sunday, February 10 @ 5pm!!

Please support the Malibu High Theatre Department’s resilience to continue through fire and rain to bring this stellar production to our community. 

“Spring Awakening” has adult themes … PG-14.

Support live theater in Malibu … Sunday at 5 … at Malibu High.


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Weather for the Malibu ….

((((   Sunny and cool   )))) … highs  ((((   59   )))) beaches … ((((      )))) mountains and canyons.

Downcoast winds …  (((   10   )))) miles per hour this afternoon.

Sunset tonight is at   ((((   5;33    )))).

After that … (((  80 percent chance rain developing after midnight   )))) tonight … low ((((  45  )))) beaches …  ((((  42   )))) mountains and canyons.

Tomorrow   ((((    rain heavy at times … but not that much …. total of one inch possible. No mud in the predictions.

Saturday night … 30 percent chance of rain.

More rain Sunday … 60 percent chance … sunny Monday.   )))).

At 9 a-m … at Trancas it’s ((((   51     )))) degrees.

Leo Carrillo … 51.

Upper Malibu Canyon …  ((((   48    )))) .

And at Civic Center Los Angeles … ((((   47   )))).

High tide 10:50 AM  4.6ft High

5:34 PM 0.4ft Low


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