Politics - Page 9

Blazing Trails

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.

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Truth and Tough Love

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

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California Strategies

Malibu has paid nearly $2 million over the last decade to a glad handing Sacramento consultant firm with minimal accountability, contrary to commonly accepted governmental practices, The firm of California Strategies and

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A Case For Big Clay

By Janet Friesen  I love art for all the positive energy it brings into our life, and I also love art for the controversy it can provoke. I decided to do an

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City Manager Contract Under Review

The SHAKE-UP RUMORS ARE GETTING LOUDER Could change be in the air at City Hall? Over the past year, there has been a continuous cycle of disturbing changes at City Hall, which

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Leadership Lost

It became overwhelmingly apparent since the Malibu City Council meeting on March 13th that the new pro-preservation majority, Skylar Peak, Rick Mullen and Jefferson Wagner, have now settled into their new political

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Malibu Becomes A Sanctuary City

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

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