The “Safer at Home” protective measures set forth by the County yesterday to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus went into effect immediately and include the closure of non-essential retail businesses.
The Coronavirus pandemic has led to changes in the way local businesses are operating. L.A. County is expected to announce mandatory closure of non-essential retail businesses to close within the next 24
By Paul Taublieb The erstwhile city of Malibu just released a statement which begins with “(our) number one priority is ensuring the public safety of the community.” Now, of course, this was
By Lance Simmens A prominent topic in City Council recently has been debate over whether or not the City should consider changing its electoral structure from the current at-large system to a
*This article was updated at 2:04 a.m. 2/24/20 Mayor Pro-Team Mikke Pierson pulled a fast one after Monday night’s Planning Commission meeting removing pro-preservation Planning Commissioner Kraig Hill from his position. Hill,
Editors Note: Tonight, November 25th, 2019, Malibu City Council will announce their decision regarding City Manager Feldman’s performance review, and whether or not she will receive a raise. Yes, that’s right, City
In 2018, during the height of my reporting of the Malibu Creek State Park Shootings case, I was introduced to now Sheriff Alex Villanueva, who in the home stretch campaigning for the
Editor’s Note – This is an open letter to Malibu City Council written by resident, Emmy award winning documentary filmmaker, and contributing journalist Paul Taublieb regarding the City Manager’s review taking place
Editor’s Note: Hold the presses. Sometimes a small thing reveals something bigger. The article below is about the Citys and Sheriff’s mishandling of the recent blackout and it stands on its own.
Shortly after the Letter of Intent to Recall was served upon City Council members Skylar Peak and Rick Mullen, recall organizers became aware of serious illegal conduct by City Officials. Representatives of