By Sam Hall Kaplan Talk about a divorce, no matter how amiable the negotiations, reasonable the settlement, and the mutual agreements for the sake of the children, as the split nears, there
SMCC PLANNING LEADS PUBLIC ACCESS HIKING TRAILS THROUGH RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOODS CAUSING CONCERN FOR LOCAL RESIDENTS The Malibu Trails Committee and the Trails Plan was an effort started with the best of intentions.
Always one to promote successes, I am equally one to own up to the failures – especially of those we fought so hard to support and lead our community, and in this
On April 4th, mysterious “official” looking City signs appeared at both ends of Malibu. This obvious effort to humiliate the residents of Malibu after City Council voted 3-2 in favor of becoming
By Elisabeth Johnson On March 14, 2017, in a 3-2 vote, the Malibu City Council declared Malibu a sanctuary city. Martin Sheen initially proposed the idea to the City Council in December.
City Council passes the ‘symbolic’ gesture with a 3-2 vote sending shock waves through the community by passing a national issue with- out feeling the pulse of the people. March 13th, 2017, will
The Machine attempts to muscle control by shutting out members of the community who could have valuable input on the new Santa Monica College satellite campus that will be located in the
The environmentally friendly Malibu Memorial Park project pushes forward in spite of (false) reports of a “fatal blow”. On Feb. 27th, The Malibu Times reported that the Malibu Memorial Park Project “may
By Cece Woods The deceptions by pro development politicians and what their political power base, (the PARENTS), doesn’t know. Malibu’s fight for the preservation of open space reached a fever pitch
As we welcome in a new year, we look back to a historical local election and look forward to the rst of cial City Council meeting with a pro-preservation majority. The