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City Welcomes New Interim Assistant City Manager Public urges City to release the investigative report regarding Council Member Bruce Silverstein
Frustrations grow over slow permitting
By SAMANTHA BRAVO Of The Malibu Times
During the City Council Regular meeting on Monday, Jan. 10, affordable housing, an update on the city’s maintenance and repairs, and the announcement of the new Interim Assistant City Manager was introduced. The public also urged the city to release the investigation report against Council Member Bruce Silverstein. One of the public speakers, Georgia Goldfarb, requested the city to release the report and move forward. “We had paid for the investigation, and we would like to know the outcome,” Goldfarb said. “Since council members, Silverstein said all communications are in writing, and no action was taken against him, as I understand this, I assume that he was exonerated; however, I think it is important that we clear the air on the interactions and the conversations and not hide the proverbial smoke in the air.” Alivia Jolly said she hopes she will receive support from the city council to enforce reducing the use of gas power leaf blowers and encourage additional patrols when they are being used.
Malibu’s Building Officer details hurdles in rebuilding process Los Angeles County Waterworks District 29 and SoCal Gas repair a water-main leak and a gas leak at 25328 Malibu Road caused by a landslide at 25330 Malibu Rd. around 10 p.m. on Thursday, January 7. A crew from SoCal Gas arrived after midnight and gained control of the blowing gas from a damaged gas meter and riser, no evacuations or other emergency actions were necessary. Water service was temporarily interrupted to 27 customers and three fire hydrants, and gas service was interrupted for two customers. All effected customers were directly notified. Malibu Road was reduced to one lane alternating for both directions from PCH to Puerco Canyon. Service was restored the same day. Photos by Julie Ellerton/TMT
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“I Have a Dream.” Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.
By JUDY ABEL Special to The Malibu Times
The question has been asked many times by those frustrated with the rebuild process after the Woolsey Fire: why are so few families back in their once burned-out Malibu homes? Of 488 homes completely destroyed in the 2018s massive blaze, only 63 have been rebuilt. Of 18 apartments, 12 are habitable—four ADU’s (additional dwelling units are complete). 152 homes are currently under construction. “I wish I had a more-simple answer for you. It’s a lot of variables,” Yolanda Bundy, the City of Malibu’s Environmental Sustainability Director/Building Official, said. Bundy, who was hired by Malibu more than two years ago after shepherding the rebuilds in Ventura after the Thomas Fire in 2017, spoke to the Rotary Club of Malibu by Zoom last Wednesday with empathy and explanations. Clearing the parcels of hazardous materials and debris was the first hurdle. That took roughly a year. 59 homeowners received temporary trailer permits to stay on their land once it was cleared. 150 partially damaged homes received repair permits. CONTINUED ON PAGE A8
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Santa Monica College building. Photos by Julie Ellerton/TMT
‘Santa Monica College—Malibu Satellite Campus’ and Sheriff ’s substation complex enters final stretch Construction scheduled for completion in October, classes begin January 2023 By JIMY TALLAL Special to The Malibu Times
Since the official groundbreaking in September 2018, the construction project to build the Malibu Campus building of Santa Monica College (SMC) plus Sheriff ’s substation has contended with a weeks-long Woolsey Fire evacuation and power outage, the pandemic, supply chain issues,
and engineering problems created by the shallow water table. It’s probably 20 months behind the original schedule due to those unforeseen events. At long last, though, the light is at the end of the tunnel—as anyone driving past the construction site on Civic Center Way can now see. An official annual update on what’s happening with the local SMC campus was given on Dec. 8 at the Malibu Public Facilities Authority meeting. Facilities Director Charlie Yen said the current activities on the construction site include CONTINUED ON PAGE A8
By HAYLEY MATTSON Of The Malibu Times
“I say to you today, my friends, so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed, ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.’ I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia, sons of former slaves and the sons of former slaveowners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood.
I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi, a state sweltering with the heat of injustice, sweltering with the heat of oppression, will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice. I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. I have a dream today!” Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered the iconic “I Have a Dream” speech to a crowd of thousands at the March on Washington, Aug. 28, 1963. King’s most important work apCONTINUED ON PAGE A8
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was a new all-metal Monoplane that had a 950-mile range.
75 Years Ago in Malibu In honor of The Malibu Times turning 75 Years old last May, we are bringing back the original publisher Reeves Templeman’s “25 Years Ago in Malibu.” Rebranding it to “75 Years Ago in Malibu” to honor the legacy of the newspaper and the dedicated teamwork that goes into each issue. The front page of The Malibu Times for Jan. 10, 1947, featured an image of “Start of the New Road.” The view was of the first section of the new Malibu Road looking in a southeasterly direction from the top of the hill back
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of the Malibu Inn, which would soon become the “cut through.” A call to action for residents to write Congressman Donald Jackson to demand a Post Office in Malibu after the community signed a petition with 356 names requesting the establishment. Malibu Sherriff ’s office launched a “Clean-up” drive to crack down on violators of “No Dumping” laws. Douglas Aircraft tested a New Twin-Engine Five-Place Plane named the “Cloudster,” which
2021: A Year in Photos Legendary entertainer Dick Van Dyke presented with a medallion that celebrate his lifetime contributions to American culture.
New California Laws This year’s new legislation and policies (770 in all) will likely be noticed sooner than later in many matters.
Malibu-based Athletics Slicing through defenses is one thing the Sharks hope to do in 2022 as well as they did in 2021.
City Council Public comments regarding Councilmember Silverstein voice concern and support after report was released
The parking lot on Las Flores Inn hosted So. Calif. Edison in servicing the community residents who wished to have their running clocks cycle change set for Jan. 16. First Malibu fire of 1947 unearthed by Capt. Cheney. While en-route home the Friday prior, Capt. Tom Cheney’s trained nose detected smoke when he stopped to purchase lobster at Marinos Seafood Market and Cafe near Topanga Beach. Initiate 7 Legionnaires into Malibu Post 605, swelling the total to 93 in all to the American Legion in the Malibu Courthouse.
Housing Battle Heats Up in Signature Season
THOMAS ELIAS Parties of the Year! A-listers emerged from their P.J.s and slippers and slipped into those slinky little somethings and satin bow ties.
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Even before a proposed homeowner-inspired measure aiming to restore full zoning powers to local governments hit the streets looking to qualify for next Fall’s ballot, the battle over who would control housing decisions in California began heating up. Proponents will need just short of 1 million valid voter signatures to put their plan on the ballot, but because many non-voters also sign petitions, they’ll likely need to gather almost 1.5 million names to be certain. That should not be too hard; once most homeowners understand how fully state legislators attempted last year to usurp the most basic powers cities and counties have long exercised. As long as California has been a state, the most basic function of local governments has been to decide where housing will be placed, where it won’t go, and how much to allow. Voters have passed countless ballot initiatives instructing their local governments on how to do that. But with two strokes of a pen wielded by Gov. Gavin Newsom in September, that all may have ended. When he signed new laws known as Senate Bills 9 and 10, most city council members might as well have gone back to being ordinary citizens. The two new laws allow at least six times as much building as before in areas formerly zoned for one home per lot. The ratio goes much higher for properties anywhere near rapid transit stops or “major transportation corridors.” All without any requirements for either new parking spaces, water, schools, or even a single affordable housing unit. If ever there’s been a plot to let developers get rich quick, this is it. In fact, many of the liberal Democratic lawmakers who voted for these two bills see their election campaigns at least partly funded by developers. Homeowner groups view these new laws as a license for unbridled development at a time when almost everyone believes California has a massive housing shortage. This perception is furthered by the homeless encampments that abound in almost all parts of the state. When he ran for office in 2018, Newsom vowed to spur the build-
ing of 3.5 million new housing units by 2026, eight years later. But new home construction lags far behind that pace, and units that do get built often languish unsold for many months, even if they are supposedly affordable. One reason is cost. The average affordable housing unit now runs more than $450,000 to construct, and most families with income below California’s median of $75,200 per year (half the households in the state earn more than that yearly, the other half do not) can’t afford so-called affordable housing. There’s an illusion in the public consciousness that the unhoused will somehow benefit from new affordable housing. But almost none of them have the cash to buy-in. Meanwhile, state officials do nothing to promote and speed the conversion of vacant office space into residences, many of which would cost far less to create than today’s supposedly affordable units. Into this picture now come developers with large bankrolls offering to buy up existing onehome lots and build as many as six units on each, with no new amenities for the surrounding community. The same developers are behind another initiative that would completely counteract the one aiming to save single-family zoning. The way this one is written, whichever measure gets more votes will govern, period. No compromises here. Many homeowners now getting behind the initiative to cancel SB 9 and 10 and give land-use decisions back to local officials appear unaware of the competing initiative, but both will almost certainly make the ballot. This promises to be a battle unlike anything since 1978 when Proposition 13 clashed with another measure known as Proposition 10, a softer version of 13’s property tax limits. Both passed, but 13 got more votes and has governed ever since. Meanwhile, websites and organizations are popping up regularly with names like “Our Neighborhood Voices” and “Liveable California.” The upcoming competition is vital because so much of California’s character would change if SB 9 and 10 were allowed to let developers proceed without concern for either anything aesthetic or the infrastructure they have traditionally had to provide when erecting new subdivisions. Thomas Elias is an independent opinion columnist for The Malibu Times; you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Vitamins: How Much is Enough? carries oxygen to the cells. • Some Good Sources: Include red meat, liver, eggs, enriched grains and cereals, green leafy vegetables.
DR. CINDY MAYNARD COMMENTARY
“Vitamania” is running rampant in the country. They claim to cure everything from cancer to heart disease, promote stronger bones, lowered stress, reduced fat, increased muscle, and live a longer life. Hard to swallow? According to the National Institute of Health, Americans spend approximately $30 billion a year on vitamin and mineral supplements. The list of claims seems nothing short of miracle drugs. More and more people are stock piling their cupboards with bottles of these little, amber-colored pills - in doses up to 20 to 30 times the RDA’s (Recommended Dietary Allowances). How seriously should we take these claims? NAVIGATING THE MAZE Many adults agree, “all the information I see about vitamins confuses me.” Most don’t know what the major vitamins are, much less why we need them. It’s almost as bad as navigating the Net. But with a little nutrition savvy, it’s possible to discern myth from reality. Here are some of the major players:
Antioxidants: • Vitamin A/ The Carotenoids: • What It’s Good For: Promotes healthy eyes and aids in the development of bones, glands, hair, nails, and skin. Needed for growth and reproduction. • Some Good Sources: Include liver, egg yolk, carrots, broccoli, tomatoes, red peppers, squash, and butter. • Vitamin C: • What It’s Good For: Plays a major role in the healing process. It helps repair tissue and can be beneficial for smokers and those taking oral contraceptives and steroids. It helps absorb iron and may help decrease the severity of infections and colds. • Some Good Sources: Include greens, broccoli, citrus, tomatoes, green peppers, cauliflower, kiwi, cantaloupe, and cabbage. • Vitamin E: • What It’s Good For: Has been shown to be effective in offering protection against heart disease and cancer. Helps form new red blood cells. It plays a role in boosting our immune system and reducing damage from illnesses such as AIDS and hepatitis. • Some Good Sources: Include vegetable oils, nuts, whole grains, and wheat germ oil.
SUPPLEMENTS: TAKE ‘EM OR LEAVE ‘EM? Vitamins aren’t magic bullets. But it’s worth asking, “Am I getting enough?” Frankly, it depends on what you eat, your age, sex, and your lifestyle. If you’re one of those who skip meals, grabs a donut for breakfast or fast food for lunch, drink soda instead of juice or milk, you may benefit from a one-a-day multivitamin/mineral supplement with 100% of the RDA. Mega-dosing is not necessary and can be harmful. Even if you take a supplement, still eat a lot of fresh fruits and vegetables for antioxidants, phytochemicals, and vitamins and minerals in their natural form. Food is still the best multivitamin of all. For all their benefits, vitamins are not omnipotent. The real key to health simply isn’t found in any one pill. But a multivitamin combined with a balanced diet, a fitness program where you move your body, Minerals: plus a positive attitude pack the best disease preven• Calcium: • What It’s Good For: Helps prevent or slow oste- tion wallop and still remain the best bet for longevity oporosis (frail bones). Helps make blood clot and and health. Cindy Maynard, Ph.D., RD, is a health psychologist, delay fatigue by helping tired muscles recover. registered dietitian, and health and fitness writer. Dr. • Some Good Sources: Include milk and dairy Maynard is passionate about the topic of health and wellproducts and leafy greens. ness and motivating people towards better health. You can • Iron: • What It’s Good For: Makes hemoglobin which contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vitamins: • Vitamin D: • What It’s For: Called the “sunshine vitamin” because it’s manufactured in the skin with the help of the sun. Plays a major role in calcium metabolism and bone density. • Some Good Sources: Include eggs and dairy products fortified with vitamin D, fish liver oils, and fatty saltwater fish. • B complex vitamins: • What It’s For: Helps release energy from protein, fats, and carbohydrates during metabolism. Important for healing nerves and muscles. • Some Good Sources: Include whole grain and enriched cereals and breads, meats, dairy, legumes, and nuts.
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The following incidents were reported between Dec. 21 - Dec. 22 Tue. 21 | Burglary
A home on PCH was burglarized, and a purse containing $2,500 in cash, miscellaneous gift cards totaling $2,000, and the keys to her 2016 Toyota Tundra were stolen. The victim said her purse and car keys were on her kitchen counter, and the suspects were able to gain access through the front door she usually keeps unlocked. The victim was unable to locate her vehicle and noticed it was missing as well. The vehicle is estimated to be worth $50,000. There were no security cameras available for evidence.
Tue. 21 | Card theft
Various credit cards were stolen from a vehicle parked on Westwood Beach. The victim noticed her cards were missing and said her Chase card was used for $842 at a Target and $868 at a Tily’s. The bank charges did not specify what location. There was no sign of forced entry or damage made to her vehicle.
City of Malibu in recognition of its City budget The Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) has given its Distinguished Budget Presentation Award to the City of Malibu in recognition of its City budget. “The entire community can be proud of this important recognition of the City’s many years of excellent financial management by its skilled, dedicated staff,” said Mayor Paul Grisanti. “Malibu’s topnotch budgetary and financial management makes us less vulnerable to future disasters, economic downturns, and other challenges.” The award recognizes the commitment of a government body and its staff to meeting the highest principles of governmental budgeting. In order to receive the award, Malibu had to satisfy nationally recognized guidelines for effective budget presentation. These guidelines are designed to assess how well an entity’s budget serves as a policy document, a financial plan; an operations guide; and a communications device. A government agency’s budget documents must be rated “proficient” in all four categories and in the 14 mandatory
criteria within those categories to receive the award. Malibu was selected for this recognition from among 1,700 participants in the Budget Awards Program. The most recent Budget Award recipients, along with their corresponding budget documents, are posted quarterly on the GFOA’s website at gfoa.org/ budget-award-winners. According to the GFOA, recipients of this award have pioneered efforts to improve the quality of budgeting and provide an excellent example for other governments throughout North America.
BRIAN OPPENHEIMER 1948-2022
Brian Oppenheimer passed away peacefully in his California home of thirty years after a long, heroic battle with cancer. He was surrounded by his loving family: his wife of fifty years, Kathleen (McGowan) Oppenheimer, son Sean Oppenheimer, son James Oppenheimer, daughter-in-law Katie Michel, and grandsons Fin and Wyatt Oppenheimer. Brian was the son of West Point military parents Lt. Col. Hugh Clifford Oppenheimer and Teresa (Dunkley) Oppenheimer, Army Registered Nurse. An “Army brat” (and proud of it),
CAMPBELL KATZ 1948-2021
In Loving Memory A resident of Malibu for almost 40 years, Campbell Katz was born in Great Neck, New York, on Jul. 8, 1948, and grew up in Port Washington, Long Island. She attended Stuart Hall High School in Virginia, Sweet Briar College in Virginia and graduated with a B.A. from USC in 1969. Campbell was happily married, for 38 years, to Marty Katz, a Feature Film Producer, and Production Executive. Working together, as Marty’s Assistant at The Walt Disney Studios, from 1986-1996, where
surfing, and playing in ocean waters: • Mother’s Beach in Marina Del Rey • Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica • Inner Cabrillo Beach in San Pedro • Topanga Canyon Beach in Malibu • Herondo Storm Drain at Redondo Beach The warnings have been issued due to bacterial levels exceeding health standards when last tested.
Warnings have been lifted for the following beach areas where recent sample results identified water quality levels The GFOA, founded in 1906, within State standards: is a professional association Leo Carrillo State Beach in whose mission is to advance Malibu excellence in government fiDockweiler State Beach, nance by providing best pracWestchester Storm Drain tices, professional development, Imperial Highway Storm resources, and practical research Drain at Dockweiler State for more than 21,000 members Beach and the communities they serve. Learn more at gfoa.org. Recorded information on beach conditions is available 24- hours a day on the CounOcean Water Use ty’s beach closure hotline: Warning Continues 1(800)525-5662. To view map of impacted locations and for for Los Angeles more information please visit PublicHealth.LACounty.gov/ County Beaches Beach/. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health City Hall continues to caution residents who are planning to visit the Temporarily Closed below Los Angeles County beaches to avoid swimming, Malibu City Hall will be temporarily closed to the public effective Jan. 5 through Jan. 28, in response to the rise in COVID-19 cases and community transmission in Los Angeles he was born in Pasadena but grew County. Aside from in-person up and received most of his edu- services in City Hall, the City cation in New York City, where staff and departments will conhe became a Fordham University tinue to work and offer all services normally. Communications Graduate. At Fordham, Brian was a star water polo player and captain The City Manager and Public of the varsity team, as well as Safety Manager will assess the an All-American long-distance situation on a daily basis, and if swimmer. He was an avid out- conditions improve sufficiently, doorsman who could be seen will re-open City Hall earlier biking up the treacherous Piuma than Jan. 28. Any changes will be Road, swimming at Pepperdine announced on the City’s website, pool or skiing at Mammoth or social media, and e-notification system. To sign up to receive June Mountain. A prolific writer and producer, COVID-19 e-notifications via Brian shared his knowledge and text and/or email, visit Maliskills, faithfully devoting his time buCity.org/News and scroll to to Catholics in Media Associates “COVID-19/Coronavirus.” and The Humanitas Prize, helping new writers hone their craft. Staff is available to assist anyBrian was a kind, generous soul one with City business by phone, who was happy to meet anyone. email, or video call, including He had an amazing memory and plan review, permit issuance, and always had a story to tell that he help with Woolsey Fire rebuild would embellish with a twinkle in projects. Building Inspection operations will remain the same. his eye. He touched many lives. To make virtual appointments A funeral mass will be held on Jan. 15, 2022, at 2 p.m. at Our with City staff and Departments, Lady of Malibu Church, where please call or email: Building Safety Department he volunteered for many years. (including Environmental Health, Coastal Engineering and Marty was Executive Vice Presi- Geotechnical Engineering) Call dent, Motion Picture and Televi- (310)456-2489, ext. 390. Email sion Production, Worldwide, they supervised the production of many films, like “Down and Out in Beverly Hills,” “The Dead Poets Society” “Who Framed Roger Rabbit, “The Little Mermaid.” Together, they formed Marty Katz Productions in 1986, where Marty was President and a Producer, and Campbell was both his assistant on all projects, as well as serving as Vice President of Development and Production. Together, they worked on Titanic, The Four Feathers, Imposter, Reindeer Games, The Great Raid, JAN CURREY Love Ranch, and many other active 1930 - 2021 development projects. Sadly, Campbell passed away on Fashioned in her signature orDec. 25, 2021, from complications ange attire, Jan Currey was a womdue to inoperable throat cancer. She an of style and grace and a true is survived by her husband Marty, artist. Surrounded by her family their three sons, Duane, Charles, and closest friends, she passed and David, granddaughter Chaya, peacefully on Dec. 30 at the age and grandson Samuel. A link to of 91 in Malibu. Campbell’s Memorial Service will Born in Glendale, California, soon be posted on martykatzpro- she was proud to be a fourth-genductions.com. eration Californian. Jan attended Hamilton High School and
Wed. 22 | Break-in at the pharmacy
Super Care Drugs Pharmacy on PCH and Webb Way was broken into, and an estimated $45,000 worth of narcotics were stolen. The victim said he received a text message of a break-in of the store at three in the morning. Upon arrival, the victim noticed the window to the property was shattered and noticed the stolen inventory. The victim had security cameras inside the facility and said the suspect was described as a male wearing a black jacket with green details, a blue face mask, and black gloves entered the business and filled two small trash cans with narcotics from Morphine, Oxycontin, Percocet, Adderall, and Ritalin. The victim said that the business has had burglaries before. The shattered door was estimated to cost $1,200 to replace.
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Malibu Rebuilds— Planning Consultation and Rebuild Resources The Fire Rebuild team is available Monday through Friday at City Hall for complimentary one-on-one consultations about any fire rebuild project. Contact Aakash Shah at firstname.lastname@example.org to set an appointment for phone or online meeting. For ideas about how to get started with your project, as well as numerous handouts, forms and resources, visit the Rebuild webpage.
COVID-19 Response Update City staff continues to monitor and respond to the pandemic by participating in regular briefings and conference calls with partner agencies and issuing alerts and notifications regarding changes to the situation. On Jan. 6, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH) confirmed 30 new deaths and 37,215 new cases. Other key updates from the County’s COVID-19 Dashboardas of Jan. 6, 2022 include the following: • 1203 confirmed positive cases and 13 deaths in the City of Malibu to date • 1,806,828 confirmed cases and 27,698 deaths in LA County to date • 2,240 current hospitalizations in LA County, an increase of 1,499 since Dec. 20
Community Volunteers Needed in Malibu for the 2022 LA County Homeless Count
Malibu community members are invited to volunteer to join the annual Homeless Count taking place in Malibu on Jan. 26, when thousands of volunteers will help the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority to
studied Art at UCLA. She married Sam Currey in 1953 while pursuing a successful modeling career. Jan’s artistic talent, eye for colorant passion for design led to a noteworthy career designing homes for some of LA’s celebrity crowd. Jan loved her family, dogs, travel, chocolate, and of course, the color Orange! She found inspiration in Mother Nature’s beauty. Whether a rock or fallen leaf, there was always room for one more treasure in her pocket. She also loved Palm Trees; her license plate read “Plant Palms make Malibutiful.” She came from a family of collectors; as a toddler, her parents Mimi and Frank would bring Jan and her brother Ross out to Malibu to collect tiles on the beach in front of the burned Malibu Potteries Factory. Jan became a regular in Malibu in 1953 when her in-laws
conduct the annual street count of County of Los Angeles’s homeless population. Learn more or sign up to volunteer at TheyCountWillYou. org. Volunteers under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. For more information, contact Public Safety Liaison Luis Flores at LFlores@ MalibuCity.org or (310) 4562489, ext. 236.
PSPS Power Outage Preparedness Training for Seniors and At-Risk Adults The City will provide free virtual training to help seniors and at-risk adults be prepared for Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) on Thursday, Jan. 13, at 3:30 p.m. A free backup battery is available to participating Malibu residents who complete the training, a quiz, and provide a copy of their photo ID. Limit one per household. The training is open to all, but the backup batteries are available only to residents who live within city limits. RSVP online for this free virtual training. If you have any questions or would like to schedule training for you neighborhood or community group, please email email@example.com.
Schedule Your Home Wildfire Hardening Asessment The City continues to offer its no-cost Home Ignition Zone Assessment Program for homeowners. The Fire Liaisons will visit your home and give you a checklist of simple, often inexpensive steps you can take to harden your home against flying embers, a major cause of homes igniting during wind-driven wildfires like the Woolsey Fire. To schedule an appointment or for help with wildfire preparedness, email Firesafety@malibucity.org or call (310)456-2489, ext. 387 or visit the Fire Safety webpage.
Malibu Country Inn Project Public Hearing
On Monday, Jan. 24, the City Council will hold a virtual public hearing on the Malibu Country Inn entitlements and code amendments, as well as the Planning Commission’s recommendation for the project. Should the City Council approve the project, the Local Coastal Program (LCP) amendment will be submitted to the California Coastal Commission for certification review. The project will not be effective until the LCP CONTINUED ON A10
Sam and Agnes Currey built their home on the Old Road. In 1982 those saved Malibu Tiles were put into service; Jan and Sam remodeled then moved into the house on Malibu Road and enjoyed four more decades of life on the beach. Beyond generous, Jan’s homes are a refuge for friends and relatives visiting from afar or anyone needing a place to land and a good meal. Farewell, dear Jan, you were one of a kind, a true iconoclast. Gone but never forgotten, your memory will be a blessing to us and all the people you touched along the way. Jan is survived by her daughter Elisabeth and her husband Mark; their children Samantha, Patrick, and Madison and her son Matt and his wife Aly; their children Hannah, Cameron, Matthew, and Jack. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the Alzheimers Association at act.alz.org.
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harnesses a dynamic of contemporary taiko, music, storytelling, and choreography to connect with ancient Japanese tradition and modern innovation for a powerful percussive experience. Tickets range from $20 to $40 for adults and $17 for youth and under. Receive a 10 percent discount when purchasing four or more shows. For more information, visit arts.pepperdine.edu.
THU., JAN. 13 OPTIMIST CLUB OF MALIBU SPEAKERS SERIES
SUN,. JAN. 16 MALIBU UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CONCERT
The Optimist Club will host its weekly speakers series on Thur, Jan. 13, from 7:30 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. The speakers series are hosted virtually. Zoom meeting ID: 258 573 2373. The passcode is 2AHHiE. For more information, visit malibuoptimists.org.
“Tales by the Sea” opens 2022 with six tellers at Malibu United Methodist Church. Featuring Dorothy Randall Gray, Annie Korzen, Antonio Sacre, Xaque Gruber, Dylan Brody, and Susie Duff. The theme is “Havin’ Mercies.”The concerts are hosted virtually. Zoom doors will open at 4:45 p.m. Pacific Ocean Time. Zoom ID: 88364785046. For questions, email: email@example.com.
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roundings during a full moon at Charmlee Wilderness Park on Mon, Jan, 17 from 5:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Participants should feel comfortable walking on uneven terrain for 90-minutes. Hiking boots or sturdy closedtoe shoes are recommended. Bring water and dress in layers. Led by community services department staff. Ages 14-yearsold and older. Pre-registration is required. For more details and how to regisåter, visit, malibucity.org/calendar.aspx?eid=6431
FRI,. JAN. 21 PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY CONCERT Acclaimed composer and violinist Jenny Scheinman will be performing sights and sounds of the Great Depression in the multimedia performance Kannapolis: A Moving Portrait at the Smothers Theatre at 8 p.m. For more information, visit arts. pepperdine.edu.
The Lisa Smith Wenglar Center for the MON,. JAN. 17 SUN,. JAN. 23 PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY CONCERT Arts resumes its 2021-2022 season with FULL MOON HIKE AT CHARMLEE WILDERNESS PARK several performances throughout January. TAIKOPROJECT begins on Jan. 14 at Experience one of Malibu’s best-hiking The Four Freshmen have continued to 7:30 p.m. in Smothers Theatre. The group venues and learn all about the natural sur- tour worldwide with their unique blend of
harmonic jazz arrangements and big band vocal group sounds. At the Smothers Theatre at 2 p.m., Tickets range from $25 to $55. Receive a 10 percent discount when purchasing four or more shows. For more information, visit: arts.pepperdine.edu
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niously transferred the physical ideals of ancient sculptors, visualized the spectacle of imperial occasions, rendering the intricacies of mythological tales, and delineated the character of gods and heroes in his drawings, paintings, and designs for tapestries. Admission is free and requires a timed-entry reservation. The museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. closed Tuesdays.
Joan Osborne and the Weepies will join FARMERS MARKET forces at the Smothers Theatre at 8 p.m. for an intimate evening of passionate music. Shop for fresh fruits and veggies, preThe Queen’s Cartoonists, Gabriel Martins, pared food, and more at the weekly Malibu and Collision of Rhythm will have their Farmers Market. Sundays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. own performances to close out the month. 23555 Civic Center Way Tickets range from $22.50 to $50. Receive a 10 percent discount when purchasing SENIOR STRETCH AND STRENGTH four or more shows. For more information, visit: arts.pepperdine.edu Organized on Mondays from 1 to 2 p.m. and Wed and Fri from 11 to 12 p.m., participants will focus on flexibility, balance, ONGOING THE GETTY VILLA circulation, muscle tone, and breathing techniques. The class will be held outdoors The Rubens: Picturing Antiquity exhi- at Malibu Bluffs Park, from 11 to 12 p.m. bition is hosted now through Jan. 24 at Register for the month or pay a $5 drop-in the Getty Villa. Inspired by the art and rate. For additional information, contact literature of classical antiquity, the dynamic 310.456.2489 Ext. 357, or visit, Malibucity. Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens inge- org/seniorcenter.
Poetry Workshop for Adults with Malibu Poet Laureate Ann Buxie
oin Malibu Poet Laureate Ann Buxie for two complimentary virtual poetry workshops for adults, Caffeinated Verse on Jan. 15 and The Write Time on Feb. 19. The Caffeinated Verse series of workshops include a featured reader followed by an open mic format for poets to share their work. On Saturday, Jan. 15 at 11 a.m., the Caffeinated Verse workshop will feature reader Doug Rucker. Rucker, a longtime Malibu resident, is an architect, artist, and author who has designed dozens of homes in Malibu and elsewhere and has published several books. The Write Time workshop takes place on Saturday, Feb. 19, at 11:00 a.m. During The Write Time workshops, the Poet Laureate provides prompts and examples for participants to explore different forms of poetry and encourage new works. Online RSVPs are required for both workshops at malibucity. org/FormCenter/Parks-and-RecForms-8/2022-Poetry-Programs-
RSVP-Form-Januar y-t-228. Those who RSVP will receive an email with the Zoom link the day before the program. The City of Malibu’s Poetry workshops are organized by the Malibu Poet Laureate Committee and supported by the Malibu Arts Commission. For more information about the City of Malibu Poet Laureate program or other cultural programs, visit MalibuCity.org/Poetry or MalibuArtsCommission.org. Malibu Poet Laureate Malibu Poet Laureate Ann Buxie was appointed by the City Council on Aug. 23, 2021, to serve as the 2021-2023 Poet Laureate. Ms. Buxie has hosted Tales by the Sea since 1995, a program for literary artists to share their stories, and shortly thereafter expanded the program to include poetry readings as By the Sea events. Her passion for community engagement led to the creation of the City’s Malibu Poet Laureate program, and she has assisted with other successful poetry programs such as Caffeinated Verse, Poetry Stones
at City parks, and Verse About Town while serving on the Poet Laureate Committee. During her term, Ms. Buxie plans to generate interest in poetry by focusing on Malibu’s mission to preserve its ecological relationship with the land by calling on local poets to help foster that mission. In addition, she plans
to enhance the Arts and Education program while focusing on various collaborations with visual and literary artists. Questions related to the Poet Laureate program or arts programming may be directed to Kristin Riesgo, Community Services Deputy Director at KRiesgo@malibucity.org.
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2021 was a year of resilience and achievements for the Malibu community. Last Wednesday, Jan. 5, the Malibu Public Safety Commission reviewed public safety activity for the past year, provided updates on the progress with wildfires, evacuation, and proposals on how they can better inform the community during emergency situations. The commission emphasized the importance of home defensibility, generators for traffic lights, raising parking fines, and continuing to educate the public on the importance of fire safety. Malibu’s fire safety liaison, Chris Brossard, gave a brief report on the fire activity. With the few wildfires that occurred, Brossard said only five acres burned in the city limits last year. As for the hazard tree removal grant, Brossard said they have visited 18 properties, removed 38 trees, and have used $88,000 of the $300,000 budget. The Public Safety Expo date has not been determined. Committee member Brent Woodworth recommended suggestions on what the city can do better to be prepared for evacuations and emergencies. “As far as the fires are concerned, with the rain that we’ve had, [we’re] obviously going to see a lot more growth and that growth is going to continue and as such our luck,” Woodworth said. “I hope it holds through in 2022. The more we can do to prepare for the eventuality of
additional fires, the better.” Woodworth said he hopes homeowners will be more assertive in preparing their homes, maintaining their properties as well as receiving support from Los Angeles County Fire and commission groups in addressing the risks. “I would encourage the LA County Fire Department to be as aggressive as possible in citing properties as they come into that time of the year that have not done the proper level of clearance,” Woodworth said. “And whatever can be done in supporting LA County and encouraging agricultural departments within the county to follow through on enforcement.” Woodworth said they’ve experienced challenges with trying to provide information to some of the folks who are in the frontier and hopes to provide better communication to the community on emergencies during power shut-offs. “I’m trying to see if we can get better information from AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon—any of the communication providers, as to the impact of power outages on their capabilities, and what they’re doing to ensure their side of the equation is up and running,” Woodworth said. “And they provide the best information for us in advance when potential events occur.” Woodworth hopes to work with companies such as oil service companies who have operations for better evacuation routes and ensure they have generators and the ability to remain open and operational during an evacuation.
“Their services are critical for not only refueling, but bathroom facilities and food services facilities,” Woodworth said. “I think we should push a little harder on that this year.” As for the water district and the water companies, Woodworth said he hopes to get better information on billing issues. “People are wondering, ‘I’m using a lot less water than I did the previous year, I did all of the ranges the water company said, I should be at for minimal usage, and I’m still getting charged a penalty fee,’” Woodworth said. “I think there’s some confusion and an opportunity to get some explanation from the water district as to why that is happening or at least a better understanding on those charges.” To end his report, Woodworth asked if there were ways they could better prepare for potential mudslides, such as the Leo Carrillo flood evacuation that occurred the week prior to the meeting. “Is there more information that we could have gotten from NOAA (The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) or from another agency that could have given us a better heads up on that, or did we get as much of an early warning as we possibly could?” Woodworth asked. “It’s just an unforeseen event as to how that occurred, and there are things we should do to prepare for potential mudslides like that in the future.” “I just hope this is a year of an aggressive approach to resiliency in Malibu, and I’m sure willing to do anything I possibly can to con-
tribute to that,” Woodworth added. Commissioner Daphne Anneet said she hopes the city will continue with educating Malibu residents of home defensibility in terms of protecting their own properties. “If we can continue the education and the commitment and the enforcement of property owners maintaining the defensibility of their own properties, that would be a big plus if we have a major fire event,” Anneet said. Public Safety Commission ViceChair Doug Stewart recognized Commissioner Chris Frost for receiving the first Public Service Award at the Malibu Association of Realtors event in December. For communication, Stewart recommends a better cell service system, radio, and communications, whether that’s someone communicating with someone on the ground in the city or outside the city. “In the case of Thanksgiving the city lost power, lost communication and it was almost a trial run for a soft big emergency, whether it be an earthquake or a fire or whatever it might be a major storm,” Stewart said. “First off, more generators for the traffic lights, more generators, and more people to help put them in place whether it be CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) or whoever, but the idea of getting those generators up to have the traffic lights work is critical.” Stewart said there needs to be a more efficient way to inform residents when road closures occur. “We also need to realize that we CONTINUED ON A10
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On Jan. 5, Dr. Ben Drati, Superintendent of Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District (SMMUSD), released an update on the school district’s health and safety measures on campuses. Drati noted that he had compiled considerable information following the return from winter break. The update went over the following: • Information about the new and adjusted safety protocols for K-12 schools adopted on Jan. 1 by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH), including those related to isolation and quarantine • Masking update impacting staff and students • Planning in progress for the use of antigen test kits provided by the state • Overnight trips • Attendance rates, staffing concerns, and an increase in positive cases • What is needed to work toward in an effort to keep schools open as much as possible New Safety Protocols The LACDPH published new requirements and recommendations on Jan. 1. In summary, the following are the most meaningful adjustments. Some will require significant coordination to execute, while others are in alignment with what our School Board previously adopted at the beginning of the school year. Isolation The new guidance provides for students and staff who are required to isolate because of a positive test result to be released from isolation and return to school on the sixth day following the initial positive test result, provided that they have a negative antigen rapid test done on the fifth day and are not symptomatic. This is a change from the previous 10-day requirement; however, at this time, SMMUSD is continuing with the 10-day schedule. They are working on the process for recording and approving return to school on the sixth day as this is a significant shift in protocol and will take some time to develop this system.
The rationale for this is because the CDC has determined that the contagiousness of a person is not a threat by the fifth day, and an antigen test is the best mechanism for this detection. With a PCR test, on the other hand, a person can continue to test positive for three months after the initial infection because of the sensitive nature of a PCR test. The PCR test is still the recommended test for surveillance testing, but an antigen test is the best test for return to school release. Currently, SMMUSD is working on a process to coordinate the tracking of isolation cases and designating staff members for this task. In addition to the testing requirement, students/staff have to wear a mask indoors and outdoors for an additional five days upon return to school. This requirement for masking indoors and outdoors is already a part of the district’s protocol and will not need additional implementation. Other districts are not as fortunate, particularly in regard to outside masking. Quarantine - home or in-school Quarantine is required when a person is exposed based on the following criteria: in close contact for 15 minutes or more and within six feet during the interaction. A student or staff member who is fully vaccinated and asymptomatic does not need to quarantine at home. This protocol was in place before and will continue. Elementary Schools: They are currently considering how we address the potential for classrooms that may have a combination of vaccinated and unvaccinated students. In this likely scenario, a classroom will be split by (vaccinated) in-person learners and (unvaccinated) students who are required to quarantine and learn through short-term independent study— more information to be provided. Students who are unvaccinated must quarantine at home. Students and staff may also quarantine on campus (modified, in-school quarantine) when the following guidelines are followed: the contact with the positive case had to have occurred on campus,
both the positive case and person who came into close contact were both properly wearing masks indoors and outdoors. This protocol has been followed since August. Also, effective Jan. 1, students who are required to quarantine at home can come out of quarantine and return to school on the sixth day, with a negative antigen test as described in the isolation section above. Mask update LACDPH has directed that within two weeks of the start of school, LA County districts must require students and staff to wear masks outside as well as inside. As mentioned, SMMUSD previously adopted a board policy for wearing masks outside, so, fortunately, they do not have to make any adjustments to the current health-protective measures. Students: Students are strongly recommended to wear well-fitting masks, non-cloth masks of multiple layers of non-woven material with a nose wire. Staff: Within two weeks of the start of school, all staff must wear a surgical mask at a minimum. Higher-level masks, such as KN95 or N95, are also acceptable. The district will be providing staff with the appropriate masks, or staff may provide for themselves. Antigen Test Kits The first allotment of antigen test kits from the state for students arrived Monday, Jan. 3, and the second allotment was expected later in the week. These test kits were ordered by Governor Gavin Newsom and distributed to us through the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE). SMMUSD is considering how to best utilize the antigen tests to further expand safety protocols. District COVID Dashboard SMMUSD is currently constructing a new COVID dashboard for the district that they can manage successfully and accurately. It will focus on the number of positive cases they have each week by school site. SMMUSD expected to have it up and running with last week’s data by last weekend to re-
flect positive case numbers. Stay tuned for more information. Overnight Trips Overnight field trips are not prohibited but highly discouraged until the case rates are greatly reduced. SMMUSD will continue to monitor our situation and will be discussing a possible plan to implement trips based on the conditions in our district as well as outside the district. An example of a positive move by the community is to get students vaccinated, as that may influence decisions for future trip planning. We understand that limiting overnight trips is very disappointing for many of our students who look forward to these special trips; however, health and safety continue to be their top priorities. Attendance rates SMMUSD is monitoring student and staff attendance rates at all schools. They are currently facing some staffing shortages due to staff/teachers/administrators who have tested positive and are in isolation. Student absence rates are a combination of positive cases in isolation and families who choose to keep students home until all students are tested through the weekly testing program. SMMUSD offered the excused absence option to parents who are concerned about an immediate return to school, awaiting testing, or just returned from a trip recently and are playing it safe while seeking testing. SMMUSD encourages students and staff to stay home with any sign of illness. In conclusion SMMUSD is aware of the surge in progress right now in both Santa Monica and Malibu and across the nation. They recognize that this month and February may be very disruptive and stressful with students and staff moving in and out of school due to increased cases, and they potentially face staffing and teacher shortages, with substitutes not readily available. The contact tracing and work that will be done to release people from isolation and quarantine is a huge undertaking by SMMUSD’s health and admin staff.
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Plan is intended to enhance the use of existing resources for homeless individuals By SAMANTHA BRAVO Of The Malibu Times
The homeless strategic plan and potential solutions in regards to homelessness and public safety was in discussion during the Homeless Task Force meeting on Dec. 21, 2021. In efforts of balancing the protection of public safety with humanitarian issues, the strategic plan is in collaboration with the public, private stakeholders, the Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl’s office, The People Concern, Pepperdine University, Las Virgenes-Malibu Council of Government (COG), Malibu Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles Sheriff ’s Department and more. The strategic plan is intended to enhance the use of existing resources for homeless individuals. Public Safety Liaison Luis Flores began with mentioning The Greater Los Angeles Homeless Day Count, which is taking place on January 25, 26, and 27. The annual census counts neighbors experiencing unsheltered homelessness and hopes to direct and advocate for vital services to support the needs of unhoused neighbors. “We’re currently in the process of recruiting volunteers,” Flores said. “We’ll be working with our team here to get the word out and get some folks recruited so we can have a strong team on the morning of the 26th so we can have another great homeless count this year.” According to The Count Will You, Los Angeles has the largest unsheltered homeless population in the nation. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA) did not conduct a countywide homeless count in 2021. The City of Malibu, with the assistance of the Sheriff ’s Department, outreach workers, and local resident volunteers, conducted a count on Jan. 20. According to the City of Malibu website, the homeless count last year was approximately 157; there is currently no full report published online. The first item on the agenda was the Homelessness Strategic Plan—which includes seven goals, have not yet been reviewed and approved by the City Council. Members of the task force, which is an independent organi-
zation of community volunteers, were wording and rewording the seven goals of the strategic plan. “All seven goals deal with reducing the number of people experiencing homelessness, so I would let that [first] goal focus on the housing aspect,” Task Force Member Paul Davis said during the December meeting. On the strategic plan draft, some of the goals mention services, programs to prevent homelessness and increase community awareness. While members of the task force were recommending changing the wording of the first goal, some members we’re listening and giving suggestions. After spending about 30 minutes on the first goal, members in the meeting were saying it was taking longer than it should have. “I think we all generally get what the goals are, and maybe we can table this whole thing and move forward,” member William Winokur said. “These are just the goals that were established, and we all kinda get that reducing homelessness, helping people and public safety are really the underlying goals of what we’re trying to do here.” Members agreed to change the wording of the first goal and move forward. “For the rest of this, I don’t think this was a very efficient way of going about it,” Homeless Task Force Chair Ian Roven said. “I do like the wording. We’re taking this from another group that has been working on this for a long time and have provided the report to the city, and apparently, this is going to be a reflection of our task force now.” Roven motioned to form an ad hoc committee to no more than five task force members to provide recommendations by redlining the draft homelessness strategic plans goals by the next meeting. The members that are a part of the committee are Ian Roven, William Winokur, Paul Davis, and Public Safety Manager Susan Dueñas. As far as the public engagement, task force member Theresa Davis said that would follow as soon as they have a proposal to present and receive feedback from the public. The next Homeless Task Force meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 28. Location is to be determined.
January 13 marks six-month search for local 25-year-old Jack Stein has been missing since the night of Tuesday, July, 13
By SAMANTHA BRAVO Of The Malibu Times
Jan. 13 marks six months since the disappearance of Jack Stein, who has been missing since the night of Tuesday, Jul. 13. According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff ’s Department, Stein, 25, was last seen around 7:45 p.m. at his residence in Agoura Hills. He was last seen wearing a navy blue hooded Tommy Hilfiger sweatshirt, black shorts, and a gray t-shirt. His sister Zoë Kustritz said the areas that he knows well in Los Angeles are Malibu, Venice, Agoura Hills, Newbury Park, Westlake, and Thousand Oaks. “It’s been so long that he could be anywhere at this point, but I
think it’s unlikely that he has left the LA area,” Kustritz said in an email to The Malibu Times. “He doesn’t have any ID or money. We drove every inch of Agoura Hills, Thousand Oaks, and Westlae; we looked all over Malibu and Venice.” Kustritz recalls the night of his disappearance. “The first night Jack went missing was very intense with the LASD. Many deputies and sheriffs converged on the house where Jack was staying, and my mom and I tried to provide as much information as we could; we stayed there late into the night.” Kustritz said. “Malibu Search and Rescue went up the mountain to try and find a trail. I particularly remember the compassion and heart of the leader
of the Malibu volunteer search and rescue team, who advocated on our behalf to the fire department to send up the second helicopter.” Stein was described by his family as an incredibly talented artist, conversationalist, athletic, who loved to surf, skateboard, snowboard—anything that moved fast. “I miss talking to him on the phone and his sense of humor. We have really different interests, so he always taught me new things. He showed me things I never would have pursued on my own, like TikTok, meditation, surfing, and Yerba Mate Tea,” Kustritz said. “The three most salient parts of his personality for me are his love for moving fast on any type of board, surfboard, skimboard, skateboard, snowboard, his ambition and cha-
risma, and his artistic side.” In hopes of bringing awareness to his disappearance, they’ve created an Instagram account, a website “helpfindjackstein.com,” and recently added a billboard on Venice Beach. “If people want to help, the biggest thing they can do is share the missing poster with their network and ask people to keep an eye out,” Kustritz said. “The most important thing is for people in the LA area to watch out for him. I would especially like to encourage people who are in the LA area to join the Facebook group for updates.” Kustritz said Detective Shannon Rincon was assigned to the case the following day. “Detective Rincon has been great to work with and took the
case seriously from the beginning. She was the one who sent up a helicopter for a third search of the Kanan Road-Agoura Road-Lindero Canyon Road triangle the day after Jack went missing and also sent the bloodhound. She has renewed the BOLO [be on the lookout] order for Jack a few times,” Kustritz said. “She added him to all the local and national databases and made sure to check the John Does at hospitals and other institutions. Every time we’ve gotten a tip, Rincon has immediately taken action. She follows up on every tip, no matter how tenuous.” “What I miss the most has to be the support, love, and conversations we shared. He makes ev-
JACK STEIN erything more fun,” Kustritz said. “Not being able to talk to him has been excruciating.” Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff ’s Homicide Missing Person Unit, Det. Shannon Rincon at (323) 890-5500.
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Los Angeles County Assessor Jeffrey Prang released 2021 Annual Report Data Reflects Growth; $17 Billion for Public Services Los Angeles County Assessor Jeffrey Prang released the 2021 Annual Report, reflecting growth and increases in the assessed value of taxable real property despite the enduring pandemic. The report also includes an updated listing of the County’s 88 cities, including the highest valued cities and those with the highest percentage change from the prior year. The 2021 Annual Report is available online at assessor.lacounty.gov/reports. “The 2021 Annual Report helps the public easily access information about the Office of the Assessor, including how property values in each area of the County changed during this last, most challenging year,” said Assessor Jeff Prang. “The dili-
gent work of our staff during these difficult times saw us find new ways to produce and complete our vital functions that ultimately serves as the foundation of the property tax system which generates $17 billion in revenue for vital public services, especially now when the County needs it the most.” The 2021 Annual Report is broken down into categories and chapters, providing a comprehensive view of the strength of the Los Angeles County real estate market. It reveals that last year nearly every city in Los Angeles County recorded an increase in assessed valuation compared to 2020. The report also highlights the total net value of $1.76 trillion for the entire County, indicating the 11th consecutive year of growth, an increase of $62.9 billion (or
The LACoFD and Flagler families greatly appreciate the outpouring of heartfelt messages, condolences, and support. Information on the celebration of life for Fire Fighter Flagler will be shared at a later time. Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger released the following statement regarding the on-duty death of Flager.
“Our LA County Fire Department has tragically lost one of its brave firefighters today. While we await to learn more, my heart is heavy, and I’m deeply saddened. He has made the ultizzmate sacrifice while serving in the line of duty. I send my most sincere condolences to his family and Fire Department colleagues. His bravery will not be forgotten.”
LACOFD Fire Fighter Jonathan Flagler Dies in the Line of Duty Flagler, 21-year veteran, transitioned to the LACOFD in October 2020 Staff Report
Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACOFD) shared the unexpected passing of Fire Fighter Jonathan Flagler. At approximately 2:49 a.m. on Jan. 6, Fire Fighter Flagler sustained fatal injuries while engaged in firefighting operations at a single-family residence in Rancho Palos Verdes. Fire Fighter Flagler was a 21year veteran of the fire service, having served 19 years with the Vernon Fire Department before
transitioning to the LACoFD in October of 2020. He is survived by his wife and two sons. “I join with the Flagler and LACoFD families in mourning the sudden passing of Fire Fighter Flagler,” said Interim Fire Chief Anthony C. Marrone. “It is always a tragedy to lose one of our own in the line of duty. Fire Fighter Flagler made the ultimate sacrifice; his bravery and courage will never be forgotten.” A solemn procession from the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center to the Coroner’s Office was held in his honor. To ensure the proper care and support of the family and friends of Fire Fighter Flagler during this extremely difficult time, Chief Marrone has activated our Department’s Memorial Management and Peer Support Teams.
3.7 percent) over 2020. That value places $17 billion in the hands of the County to be used for those public services just mentioned. The Report also includes the latest information on the new Constitutional amendment Proposition 19 as well as the Office’s many legislative advancements, the many tax resources and tax savings’ programs available, a detailed explanation of California’s property tax system, and the new joint-venture with community colleges that provides a pathway to jobs, among other chapters. Moreover, as the Report does every year, it lists the top 20 highest valued cities in the County for 2021. The top five highest valued cities for 2021 remain the same, with the City of Los Angeles at No. 1 with an assessed valuation
of $723.6 billion (4 percent increase); Long Beach ($65.7 billion, 3.5 percent increase); Santa Monica ($43.834 billion, 3.7 percent increase); Beverly Hills ($40.6 billion, 4.1 percent increase); and Santa Clarita ($38.3 billion, 1.1 percent increase). The top three fastest percentage growth cities in the County in 2021 were Cerritos at 9.1 percent growth, Hidden Hills at 8.9 percent growth, and Vernon at 7.1 percent. Assessor Prang also reminded residents that the average growth does not mean property owners will be subject to a corresponding increase on their annual property tax bills. Nearly 9 out of 10 property owners will see only the modest 2 percent adjustment prescribed by Proposition 13.
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“Just in terms of the noise, the pollution, there are health-related problems with the use of these gas blowers, so we really wanted to speak to that and additional support enforcing those not being used in Malibu,” Jolly said. Another public speaker also requested to release the report against Silverstein. “Where is the transparency?” Rosemary Ihde said. “I really urge you to open it up for public viewing, and then, whatever happens, we can make up our own minds.” Speaker Jamie Francis Wendell said he hopes the city council passes the housing element resolution ordinance. Wendell said he hopes to move to Malibu for a safer environment and cleaner air quality, but that has been prevented due to the pricing. “There is no affordability; when you go on-sites, it shows that the City of Malibu has zero affordable housing,” Wendell said. “I don’t understand the concept and feasibility when you have a Metro station access to places people who should be living in a beach home community should be at all income, not just multi-millionaires, and AirBNB that allow travelers to live in your city.” According to the City of Malibu website, “the State of California Housing Element Law mandates that local governments adequately plan to meet the existing and projected housing needs of the community at all economic levels. The State also requires that Housing Elements be updated and certified every five years to reflect the most recent trends in demographics and employment that may affect existing and future housing demand and supply.” Interim City Manager Steve McClay provided an update on the current state and county public health regulations, along with the consideration to resuming in-person meetings was pushed. McClay introduced the new Interim As-
sistant City Manager Ruthie Quinto, the current city treasurer, and the council said their goodbye to Lisa Soghor after almost six years. “Ruth has a stellar background, and I am very pleased to introduce her here to the city council,” McClay said. “Of course, with the warm welcome we are giving Ruth, unfortunately, we have to say our goodbye to Lisa Soghor, our current assistant city manager. Lisa, it has been a pleasure of mine to work with you these past eight months; your dedication to the job, your dedication to the employees, your ability to connect with the staff, as well as the public is amazing, you certainly made my job easier...so Lisa on my behalf I just want to thank you for everything you have done with the city.” Soghor thanked McClay for the kind words and said it was an honor working with the rest of the staff for the past five and a half years. “I just want to say I appreciate the opportunity I’ve had to serve this community and work with a truly outstanding staff at city hall,” Soghor said. “We have become a family over these past years, and I hope I have done everything I possibly can in this short time I have remaining.” After Soghor shared her comments, Mayor Paul Grisanti opened the floor to the council to provide comments and updates. Council member Mikke Pierson addressed public speaker Wendell’s comment on the affordable housing crisis and said state mandates have made it difficult to govern these issues. “You’re not wrong; it’s a tricky issue, tricky world, I don’t have all the answers, but we have actually tried to pass our housing element; it’s been returned for more details [and] more definition,” Pierson said. “It’s very tricky for a city like ours; yes there is a huge lack of affordable housing here, we’re aware of it, especially for people who work here, it’s just almost impossible.”
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installing underground utilities, retaining walls and footings around the building, and HVAC, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. Construction is scheduled for completion in October 2022, and classes at the new campus are supposed to begin in January 2023, at the start of the Spring Semester. Dr. Bradley Lane, VP of Academic Affairs at SMC since last July, confirmed the list of facilities being built for educational programs at the Malibu Campus: an art studio, a computer classroom, a multi-purpose physical activity space, a lecture hall, a flexible science lab, and two general education classrooms. The two-story campus building will also include additional spaces like study areas, an interpretive center, a conference room, offices, and 179 parking spaces outside. The Los Angeles County Sheriff ’s Department substation will occupy a one-story wing of the building, which includes jail facilities, a helicopter pad outside, and a multi-purpose room to be shared by the Malibu community, the Sheriff ’s Department, and SMC. The project employs various sustainability features, including low water consumption fixtures, the use of reclaimed water for irrigation, and green building materials, and is anticipated to receive LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold Certification.
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The next step in rebuilds is planning, and that’s where many homeowners get hung up, according to Bundy. Regulations change along with “minimum code requirements of the State of California that city officials cannot just minimize or take away. On top of that, you put a global pandemic that has stalled a lot of what we were doing. The city went back to electronic submittals at least for the month of January due to the recent COVID surge. This complication adds to the process that already took a long time.” In plan check, Bundy oversees mountains of construction documents that include creating parcels, architectural features, interiors, insulation, and roofing requirements, just to name a few. “The majority of parcels in Malibu are located in a terrain that requires more in-depth, technical geology studies. It adds more time to the process,” the building officer reminded. The environmental
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Pierson thanked Soghor for her time at city hall. “I just want to say thank you as well to Lisa, it’s been amazing working with you, you’re an amazing professional, and I’m happy for your short commute, but I’m not happy for us,” Pierson said. “But at the same time, welcome Ruthie.” Pierson also addressed to public comment regarding the report by stating, “there is some misinformation out there, we have not tried to block the report going out that is not what happened...at all, I wanted the report out from day one, and I am making a motion right now and hoping to get a consensus that we vote on releasing the HR report.” Council member Karen Farrer chimed in right away and seconded the motion. City Attorney John Cotti informed the council that since it is not an agendized item, it would have to come back to the next meeting as an item on the agenda. Council member Steve Uhring said his farewell to Soghor and addressed public comments about releasing the report. He also hopes to release information that was discussed in closed sessions that depth with the harassment to the public. “Lisa, we’re going to miss you, you’re going to miss us. I’m sorry to see you leave; it’s been a joy working with you; I wish you the very best; think about us every night and then, just for the heck of it.” Uhring went on to say, “Mikke, if you would agree to add to your request that we take some of the information we got from lawyers during our closed session, session I would like to vote for that. I’d like to have that information made public because I think it displays the kind of discussions we’ve had,” Uhring said. Pierson agreed by stating, “I have no problem with that.” Council member Farrer addressed public comments on the housing element and thanked the Public Works Director, Rob DuBoux, and his staff for responding to the
Lane’s initial thoughts on the course offerings or “Educational Programming” for the Malibu Campus include a mix of credit-based courses that would allow a student to complete an Associate’s degree, and the for-credit courses would be organized to allow transfer to UC and CSU campuses. Non-credit “community education” courses would also be offered, including personal interest classes for all ages, arts, crafts, languages, lecture series, lifelong learning for older adults, writing, computers, and fitness/wellness. Santa Monica College hopes to begin surveying the residents and businesses in Malibu to collect input on what courses they should offer and community uses for the facility. They want to do this through a direct mail survey, public virtual meetings, advertising, social media outreach, regular reports to the City Council, and communication of survey results. Two other SMC officials were introduced— Maral Hyeler, director, instructional services and external programs; who administers the current educational program in Malibu; and Shari Davis, project manager, special projects, the faculty co-lead for SMC’s Public Policy program and representative to the Malibu Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Kathryn Jeffery, superintendent and president of SMC since 2016, expressed her continuing enthusiasm for the Malibu Campus project, which is SMC’s first remote location.
health portion for septic systems and water drainage is also burdensome. Adding to the planning department’s work is an increase in remodeling construction permits filed in Malibu over the last two years. It appears while working from home; many residents decided to upgrade or add generators and solar panels. Bundy’s staff of only three inspectors has made a whopping 25,000 inspections in two-and-ahalf years. Bundy acknowledged she could use more support and predicts another inspector will be hired in 2022 as construction picks up. While the city contracts some inspections to outside employees, it can’t move fire department inspections any quicker. “That’s out of the city’s control. They work directly under the county. They’re not only reviewing Malibu properties. They review all the rest of the county,” Bundy explained. The fire department has two steps—a vegetation review along with an occupancy review.
flooding on Dec. 30. “Affordable housing is something that Mikke Pierson and I in particular, have been working on since we got elected; it’s complicated; obviously our property values are very high here, we’ve been working with the community core of Santa Monica… but we’re still working on it,” Farrer said. Council member Bruce Silverstein addressed the council and public comments regarding the report. “On Mar. 8, 2021, the following item appeared on the City Council Agenda, at the request of Mayor Pierson and Councilmember Farrer, consider whether to hire an outside firm to investigate the allegations of harassment contained in the Jan. 16, 2021 letter from Cannata, O’Toole, Fickes & Olson,” Silverstein began with. He continued, “I was recused from the decision on that item, but I publicly proclaimed that I did nothing unlawful or violative or any existing City Policy and that I was confident that an investigation by an independent employment lawyer would confirm that to be the case. The City Council voted to commission an investigation by an independent employment lawyer of the now-former City Manager’s claims that I engaged in gender-based discrimination in the form of harassment and/or creating a hostile work environment in violation of applicable state and federal laws and/or City of Malibu policies. The vote was 3-1, with Steve Uhring opposed.” “When the [HR] report was first provided to me in July, I asked that the result of the investigation be publicly disclosed, I was told that doing so would violate the terms of the separation agreement with the now-former city manager [Reva Feldman], and I was told the report was privileged and could be disclosed only by a vote of the city council,” Silverstein said. “Tonight, multiple residents have called for the City Council to vote to release the report of the independent investigation. Because I was recused from the vote to
“SMC is incredibly excited about this opportunity, and to see it reach this stage, where we are now discussing [the specifics of ] what will be in the building,” she said. “This is our first remote setting, and we’ll be learning and flexible about what goes into the community spaces and what courses are offered,” she continued. “Establishing a relationship with Malibu High School will be critical, as well as connecting with the Malibu community…I’m truly looking forward to our relationship in this center.” The SMC satellite campus has been a longtime coming—it’s been 18 years since bond Measure S was approved by Santa Monica and Malibu voters in 2004, allotting $25 million for the facility. Since then, bond issue measure “V” was passed by voters in November 2016 for the Santa Monica Community College District, authorizing a debt increase of $345 million. Costs for the Malibu facility are now estimated to be close to $50 million, which includes not only construction but other costs like contributions to the city of Malibu for clean water improvements and prepayment of rent. The Malibu campus is located on approximately three acres of a nine-acre parcel owned by LA County, directly across the street from Legacy Park. A decommissioned 16,603-square-foot sheriff ’s station building on that site was demolished in order to make room for it.
“Working with the fire department at the beginning before COVID, we were able to have a representative from the fire department here or in the Calabasas office. Now those reviews are being conducted electronically.” Once permits are issued, construction has its own challenges. “We are seeing people who started building a year-and-a-half ago are barely finalizing the exterior and interior. The back and forth with the design professionals is time-consuming. They have other projects…too. I wish I had a more-simple answer for you. It’s a lot of variables.” Bundy is concerned that 143 properties have not submitted anything to the city. “I’m hearing that 77 parcels have been sold. We have families that possibly were underinsured. Some families don’t have time to rebuild.” Bundy surmised, “Some families members maybe are not healthy, or families decide it’s too much stress.” The shortage of materials and skyrocketing prices also contribute to slowing the process. “What the fam-
conduct the investigation of the legality of my conduct, I will recuse myself from any vote on waiving privilege to release it,” Silverstein stated. “If the report is released, however, I am hopeful that it will be without redaction, and that the City Council also will waive privilege respecting any legal advice obtained the city’s lawyers prior to the time the City Council voted to commission the independent investigation of the legality of my conduct.” After about fifteen minutes of Silverstein’s response to the report, the city attorney asked that he move to the next subject, which at that time he addressed public comment on affordable housing. “Jamie, I’m sorry I found those comments about our residents insulting, we’re not a town of only a bunch of millionaires, and I’m sure a lot of the people who are struggling to rebuild their homes that were burned in the fire would take substantial issue with that comment,” Silverstein said. Mayor Paul Grisanti followed Silverstein and thanked Soghor for all her dedication and hard work with the city, and welcomed Quinto on board. City council discussed the adopted resolution in terminating the State of Local Emergency declared as a result of the risk of fires associated with individuals living unhoused and otherwise engaged in unpermitted and unregulated camping. Farrer asked if this resolution could be revisited when it comes in season. Grisanti motioned to terminate the local emergency by adopting the resolution. Motion carries 3-2. To end the almost six-hour meeting, DuBoux gave an update on the current projects, the fiscal year of the 2021-2022 update, and disaster project updates that are in the process of being completed. The Planning Commission is scheduled to be on Monday, Jan. 18. The next City Council meeting is on Monday, Jan. 24. To watch the City Council meeting, visit youtu. be/K9HaHJTDicU.
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plied America’s Founding ideals to the cause of civil rights. The last best hope for true racial progress, King realized, was solidarity: For people to see and treat one another as equals, they had to feel the tugs of a bond far stronger than either race or politics, and for King, that bond was America. After all, there are two words in the phrase “civil rights,” and King grasped that both are crucial. Civil rights are about the fair and equal participation of all citizens in the American community. For those rights to have any power, the bonds of that community must be close-knit and resilient. “I criticize America because I love her,” King said in a speech about the Vietnam War, “and because I want to see her to stand as the moral example of the world.” All American’s alike can learn from King’s example. “In the United States of America, every citizen should have the opportunity to build a better and brighter future. United as one American family, we will not rest, and we will never be satisfied until the promise of this great nation is accessible to each American in each new generation.”
The premise and promise of King’s dream is that we don’t need to replace or transform our nation’s shared ideals to make our country a better place. We simply need to live up to them. Martin Luther King Jr. lived an extraordinary life and left the nation yearning to do better. At 33, he was pressing the case of civil rights with President John F. Kennedy. At 34, King galvanized the nation with his “I Have a Dream” speech. At 35, he won the Nobel Peace Prize. Then at the young age of 39, he was assassinated. King left a legacy of hope and inspiration that continues on today. Monday, Jan. 17, will mark America’s 37th celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr., life. Honoring King with the sacred status of a federal holiday, of which there are only ten, none other named for a 20th-century figure, is a testament to the unifying power of his legacy. “I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality... I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word.” Martin Luther King, Jr.
Malibu residents present certificates of occupancy during Malibu Rotary’s January 5 virtual meeting. Image courtesy Judy Abel
ilies estimated was not enough. A lot of families had to minimize plans. Insurance claims and Edison claims took a lot of time. Some homeowners are still dealing with insurance. There’s a backlog of gas and electrical hookups,” Bundy added.
Bundy says one of her goals after COVID wanes is to have Malibu families who have finished rebuilding meet with those in construction in an effort to share helpful information.
“Families still need a lot of help,” and Bundy always says she’s available if people reach out to her. “The reality is I can’t change what they [fire victims] have been through, but it’s a blessing to be able to serve.”
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Malibu high-dollar and celebrity real estate transactions According to “Variety,” “Dirt,” the LA Times, and other publications, there’s a lot going on here By Jimy Tallal Special to The Malibu Times
the Detail Garage chain, with dozens of locations.
Malibu architect Ed Niles’ 1992 futuristic ‘Milton Sidley An heir to Levi Strauss jeans company purchases vacation home in Point Dume for $15.5 million House’ sells for $9.5 million A famous piece of Malibu architecture located on Winding Way recently sold for $9.5 million. Described by some as one of local architect Ed Niles’ most imaginative creations, the two structures of the space-station-like glass and steel domicile are connected by a sky bridge. The house was built in 1992 for real estate investor Milton Sidley and his wife, who lived in it until Milton’s death in 2019. The Sidley family elected to sell the two-acre property earlier this year with a $20 million price tag. But, because the pool of buyers for such a unique design is small, the final sale price was less than half that. The new owner, Paul Schneider, is the co-founder of Chemical Guys, an Inglewood-based brand of popular car detailing products, and co-founder of
Prominent San Francisco philanthropist Daniel Lurie, founder of the nonprofit Tipping Point Community, recently added a Malibu vacation home to his portfolio. Lurie is a son of billionaire Mimi Haas, Levi’s largest individual shareholder, and a stepson of the late Peter Haas, former Levi’s CEO and great-grandnephew of Levi Strauss. The landlocked house he purchased on a Point Dume cul-de-sac for $15.5 million in an off-market deal has had six different owners over the past eight years. The 1.23-acre property is just a short walk to Little Dume Beach and includes an updated main house with all-white interiors built in 1949, a substantial guesthouse, two two-car garages, and outdoor living spaces.
24-year old buys $17 million oceanfront house in the The couple almost immediately bought another guard-gated Malibu Colony Point Dume estate just a few blocks away in another off-market deal, getting a smaller house but Coming from one of LA’s richest families, Cath- a larger and more private lot with a key to Little erina Gores, 24, is the eldest child of multi-billion- Dume Beach. aire Tom Gores—founder of leveraged buyout giant Martin also owns several other Malibu properties. Platinum Equity, real estate tycoon, and owner of the NBA’s Detroit Pistons. Tom owns property within In yet another shift in the neighborhood feel of Malibu, walking distance of Catherina’s on the 24000 block Pacaso buys its first Malibu home for $15 million, offering of Malibu Road. 1/8 fractional ownerships (timeshares) to prospective Catherina’s 1992 Colony house is an updated buyers 5,000 square foot traditional tri-level purchased from one of the executive producers of “Seinfeld,” Just east of Point Dume on PCH, Pacaso recently George Shapiro. bought a $15 million property on two acres in the vicinity of Escondido Beach and Geoffrey’s restaurant. Coldplay frontman Chris Martin continues playing mu- They are now selling off 1/8 fractions of the property sical chairs with Point Dume properties for $2.2 million each as “vacation homes” —good for a total of 44 nights per year, with stays of two to 14 Fourteen months ago, shortly after tying the knot, days at a time. The 12,500 square foot house offers singer/songwriter Chris Martin and actress Dakota almost every kind of room and amenity. Johnson bought a one-acre $12.5 million estate on Pacaso is a California-based real estate startup Point Dume. They recently flipped it in an off-mar- founded by former Zillow execs Austin Allison and ket deal for $14.4 million to Florence Azria, wife of Spencer Rascoff. fashion magnate Serge Azria.
On December 3, ocean front home on Malibu Colony Road sold for $16,950,000 according to the MLS (Multiple Listing Service). Sale history of this home per public record lists the home sold for $4m back in July 1995 and then listed for sale in August 2021 for $19m with a reduction in sale price to $17m in November 2021 then sold in December. Photos by MLS listing
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amendment is certified by the Coastal Commission. The staff report, viewing, and commenting instructions will be posted prior to the meeting on the website. For more information about the project, visit malibucity.org.
New Format for Special Events Report
There are currently no permitted upcoming events. The City of Malibu Planning Department posts a weekly report of approved event permits on the website. In order for members of the public to be informed of pending event permit applications and to provide an additional opportunity for public input, the City has changed the Event Permit Report format to include all event permit applications deemed complete for review for consistency and compliance with the requirements of the Malibu Municipal Code and the Planning Director’s action on each application. The updated Event Permit Report has been posted to the City’s website. To sign up to receive an email or text message when an updated Event Permit Report is posted, visit the e-notifications page (scroll down to the “Special Event Permit Report” category).
As of Jan. 1, 2023, in order obtain an STR permit, property owners will need to either: (1) have obtained a valid Onsite Wastewater Treatment System (OWTS) operating permit for the property that is to be rented as a STR or (2) have entered a compliance agreement with the City. If a property is not in compliance by Jan. 1, 2023, the STR permit will become invalid. Obtaining either of these requirements can take six months or longer.
Edible Food Recovery Requirments Starts for Malibu in 2022
Starting in 2022, Malibu’s grocery stores must donate edible food to food recovery organizations with other food service businesses starting in 2024 to comply with a recently enacted state law. This will help feed the one in seven people living with food insecurity in LA County. Using food recovery to address food insecurity is the best use for surplus food and a vital way for California to conserve resources and reduce food waste thrown in landfills, where it releases methane, which contributes to climate change. To learn more about the Edible Food Recovery program, including which businesses are required to participate, and other information, visit the webpage at malibucity.org.
Short-Term Rental Permit Program Free Rain Barrel Program Limitations in Effect West Basin Municipal Water District is launching its STR Permits are issued for one year from the date of issuance and must be renewed annually. As the City enters the second year of Short-Term Rental (STR) Permit Program, property owners should be advised that there are two important limitations on STR permits beginning in 2022. For more information about the STR program, including regulations and deadlines, visit malibucity.org.
Hosted Short-Term Rental Ordinance
In November, 2020, the City’s Hosted STR Ordinance (Ordinance No. 472 ) was adopted to regulate short-term rental of property citywide including requiring the presence of an onsite host during short-term rentals, primary residency requirements and multifamily restrictions. The Hosted STR Ordinance is intended to supersede the short-term rental regulations and permit program currently in place. The Hosted STR Ordinance regulations cannot go into effect until the associated amendments to the City’s Local Coastal Program and Land Use Plan are certified by the California Coastal Commission (CCC). In September 2021, the CCC voted to extend the time limit to schedule the public hearing and take action on the City’s proposed amendments until Jun. 29, but may act earlier. Current STR permits will no longer be valid once the new STR Ordinance becomes effective and a new permit will need to be obtained.
New Onsite Wastewater Treatment System Requirements Effective January 2023
2022 free Rain Barrel Program on time for rainy season. Rain barrels, valued at $80 each, are a great way to save water and reduce stormwater runoff by collecting and reusing rainwater. A rainwater capture feature, such as a rain barrel, is also a requirement for West Basin’s grass replacement rebate program, which starts at $3 per square foot of grass replaced. In addition, Malibu residents can register for free home delivery, which began on Dec. 10. For more information and to sign up, visit the webpage at westbasin. org. Barrels may also be picked up at a drive-through event on Saturday, Jan. 29, 8 to 11 a.m. at Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility in El Segundo; or Saturday, Feb. 5, 8 to 11 a.m. at West Basin Municipal Water District Headquarters in Carson.
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important part in keeping the field in safe and playable condition throughout the year. The park’s other facilities will remain open.
Updated Masking Rules for Mega Events
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH) Responding Together at Work and the Community Health Officer Order has been updated. Updated definitions for mega-events effective Jan. 15. The masking requirements are effective no later than Jan. 17. Changes are highlighted in yellow on the order: Masks must be worn at all times while indoors at Cardrooms. Patrons may remove masks only when actively eating or drinking in designated dining areas and may not consume food or beverage while playing or gaming. As soon as possible, but no later than Jan. 17, 2022, employers are required to provide their employees, who work indoors and in close contact with others or the public, with and require them to wear a well-fitting medical-grade mask, surgical mask, or higher-level respirators, such as an N95 filtering facepiece respirator or KN95, at all times while indoors at the worksite or facility. In alignment with the State Public Health Officer’s Dec. 31, 2021 Order, beginning Jan. 15, 2022, attendance thresholds are lowered to 500 attendees for Indoor Mega-Events and reduced to 5,000 attendees for Outdoor Mega Events. Recognizing the protection provided by masking while indoors and in crowded settings, there is a strong recommendation that at Mega-Events, Performance Venues, Movie Theatres, and Entertainment Venues, food and drink only be consumed where possible, in designated dining areas. Mega Events, Performance Venues, Movie Theatres, and Entertainment Venues are responsible for messaging, signage, and compliance with masking requirements unless spectators/customers are actively eating or drinking.
Updated Infection Control Requirments for Employers in LA County
The COVID-19 Ongoing Requirements for Employers document has been updated as of Jan. 5, now updated to reflect that the County Health Officer Order requires employers, effective Jan. 17, to provide and require employees to wear a well-fitted medical-grade mask, surgical mask, or higher-level respirator, such as an N95 filtering facepiece respirator, or KN95 at all times while indoors at the worksite. Malibu Bluffs Park Multipurpose Also updated to add recent changes to the Cal/ OSHA ETS requirements, effective Jan. 14. Other Field Closed Dec. 13 to Feb. 2 pertinent information and resources can be found The Multipurpose Field at Malibu Bluffs Park will on the Los Angeles County Department of Public be closed for its bi-annual rest and renovation Monday, Health website at publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/ Dec. 13 through Feb. 2. The rest and renovation play an Coronavirus City Hall and the Malibu Community Pool will be closed on Monday, Jan. 17 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. All other City parks and facilities, including the skate park, will be open from 8:00 a.m. to Sunset. For additional information, visit MalibuCity. org/Facilities or call (310) 317-1364.
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need to talk to the public; we can’t forget that at all,” Stewart said. “Whether it’s about trying to avoid the road problem at PCH because if the communication system isn’t working, they don’t know what’s there. They drive up to it, and they have to turn around and cause even more problems.” Stewart suggests implementing a better FM Alert System as soon as possible. Public Safety Manager Susan Dueñas said all the topics they discussed are on the radar for the City Council Meeting that occurred on Monday. The last item on the agenda is parking citations, and while Dueñas suggested raising the price of parking citations, City of Malibu Finance Manager Renee Neermann said they have been receiving calls—mostly tourists, in regards to the price of the ticket. “I caution against higher fines and would encourage us to focus on better signage and making those signs less confusing, etc,” Neermann said. “The other concern is, by law we do have to offer a payment plan for low-income people, and we do get a request for those at least two a week that we do have to put people in a payment plan if the fines get higher and more people can’t afford to pay those, you’re really losing that fine anyway because of the amount of processing and tracking it takes to monitor,—you’re really losing the fine anyways.” Commissioner Joshua Spiegel disagreed with Neermann’s proposition in not raising fines, saying raising parking fines should be implemented. “If someone wants to come and park on my sidewalk and park on my highway and create unsafe situations, they’re going to need to pay for that,” Spiegel said. “We’re not Las Virgenes, we’re not Santa Monica, we’re Malibu California, and if people want to come out here and be crazy, they’re going to need to pay for it.” To watch the Public Safety Commission Regular Meeting visit CityofMalibu.org/virtualmeetings.
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Malibu Search and Rescue Makes Harrowing Rescue
Photo Above: Fith Rescue of 2022 involvimg three hikers stranded on a boulder in the rock pool at the water feature at Malibu State Park. Photos Right: Third call in the first three days of 2022 involved treacherous conditions. Malibu Creek State Park is always a challenge during or after significant rains and last night was no exception. Photos courtesy of Malibu Search and Resue Team
Two helicopters in a narrow gorge, rushing water and below-freezing temperatures just one of five rescues in the first six days of 2022 By JIMY TALLAL Special to The Malibu Times
fter finishing 2021 with 148 callouts, 2022 has started out with a bang,” Malibu Search & Rescue (SAR) Team Leader David Katz said. That’s actually an understatement—the all-volunteer group of Reserve Deputy Sheriffs has already been called out on five rescues in the first six days of 2022. The group’s third call on the third day of 2022 involved a treacherous rescue at Malibu Creek State Park’s rock pool that very easily could have turned into a disaster on several levels. Just days after receiving nearly seven inches of rain that turned Malibu Creek into a raging torrent, Malibu SAR received a dispatch to rescue four hikers ages 16 to 21, “strand-
ed on a large boulder in the middle of a rushing river of rapids,” according to Katz. The urgent call came in at 7 p.m. when it was already pitch dark at the rescue site with below-freezing temperatures. Two of the hikers were brothers that had finally succeeded in texting their parents in Agoura Hills despite spotty, intermittent cell reception. The parents called 911; the mother later said her sons were very familiar with the park. Once Katz and a dozen members of the SAR team reached the site by vehicle, they still had a 10-minute hike to the rock pool. The roar of the creek was so deafening that even honking their horns and yelling at the tops of their lungs, they couldn’t hear or see anything of the hikers. “We climbed a cliff to the gorge and peeked around, and one of the guys saw either a flashlight or a light from a phone [in the distance],” Katz said in a phone interview. The hikers had now been located. “So, in a dark canyon full of rushing water, we used our inflatable boat to get six rescuers across the water. After an hour, we still couldn’t get rescuers any closer than 75 feet. It was too dangerous to get
any closer, but at that distance, we were at least able to yell back and forth to the hikers.” SAR then requested assistance from California State Parks and LA County Fire Department Air Operations. Two helicopters - numbers 14 and 19 – responded. Initially, neither helicopter was able to reach the victims directly, because they were too deep into the narrow gorge and the hoist cables weren’t long enough. The helicopters then lowered a medic as far down as possible, who climbed down to the hikers and got them to climb up to a higher place. That put the victims in a position to be hoisted out. The helicopters alternated evolutions, hoisting one hiker at a time until all four were brought to the safety of waiting fire department vehicles at the entrance to Malibu Creek State Park, in an operation that took 15 minutes—from 11:10 to 11:25 p.m. However, it took SAR until 1 a.m. to gather up all the equipment and close out the operation. The hikers were uninjured but extremely cold. In a second, similar rescue on the night of Jan. 6, at 9:40 p.m., SAR received an almost identical call
for help—three people ages 24 and 25 were stranded at the rock pool at Malibu Creek State Park after dark, only this time conditions were much better, with less flowing water and an outside temperature of 50 degrees. The three were stuck on a rock in the middle of the pool after someone removed a board they had used to get across earlier that day. This time, the boulder the victims were stranded on was much closer, and SAR was able to accomplish the rescue by boat. Founded in 1977, the Malibu Search & Rescue Team is an all-volunteer organization made up mostly of LA County Reserve Deputy Sheriffs as well as civilian volunteers—a unit of the Los Angeles County Sheriff ’s Department based at the Lost Hills Sheriff ’s Station. The free rescue service covers 187 square miles of the Santa Monica Mountains. “We have a very committed team, which is one of the busiest in the state,” Katz said. “We average one call every two days, and we all have regular jobs.” Most SAR volunteers need to have an EMT certification and attend Sheriff Academy. For more information, go to malibusar.org.
Nearby Country Club chosen to host US Women’s Open in Four Years
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Drone photo of The Riviera announced as the site of the Women’s Golf championship. Photo by Steve Brener
The nearby The Riviera Country Club will be the host of the 2026 US Women’s Open. By MCKENZIE JACKSON Special to The Malibu Times
he Pacific Palisades club was selected by the United States Golf Association to host the championship tournament on Jan. 7. The club’s hosting of the top women’s golf event will also mark its centennial celebration. The Riviera Country Club President Megan Watanabe said the country club is honored and thrilled to be selected to host the open, which
will feature the best women golfers on the globe. “We will be celebrating our 100th anniversary, and having the opportunity to work with the USGA to showcase a spectacular championship will certainly add to the special year we are planning to have,” she said. “We would like to thank the USGA for the ongoing partnership and look forward to a long and beneficial relationship in the years ahead.” The Riviera Country Club was designed by George C. Thomas Jr. and William Bell. It opened in 1926. Golf great Ben Hogan captured the first of his four US Open Championships in 1948 at the Pacific Palisades club’s par 71 course, and 50
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Talk to your children about howphotos The weather is temperate there with fields of tomatoes and My heart simply cannot handle By Burt Ross, Contributed Column accept not being able to travel to Hungary, Iceland Are or youthe prepared? their phones will not work and how all of you must This typefile of despairof truly dairy cows. The island actually hosts a talking greattomany emailed as (200dpi). I OK,to that’s a bit flippant;herds no one can be prepared be prepared to go several days without one a high-resolution Czech Republic, but I don’t know how I am going survive So I look for a solution, for what the Big One could bring. But although we can take steps another. it happens at school, where will they head tourists I will notIfbe one for the foreseeable future not being able to go to Guernsey. eyeglass doctor. to better position ourselves. Accept that natural disasters after the immediate event is over? 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years later, it hosted the US Senior Open. The Riviera hosted the 1983 and 1995 PGA Championships. The 2012 US Amateur was also held there. US Women’s Open will be at Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club in North Carolina this year and at Pebble Beach Golf Links up the coast between Monterey and Carmel next year. In 2024, the event will be at Lancaster Country Club in Pennsylvania. The open will be at Erin Hills in Wisconsin a year before it is in Pacific Palisades. The Riviera Country Club is regarded as one of the best championship venues in all of golf. It is the current home of the Genesis Invitational on the PGA TOUR. The venue will also host men and women golfers from around the world in the 2028 Olympics and Paralympic Games in Los Angeles.
Jo Giese, local bestselling author, alongside her new Little Free Library in front of her Broad Beach house. The idea is to Take a book, Share a book. Part of a worldwide network the mission of the Little Free Library is to be a catalyst for building community, inspiring readers, and expanding book access. How this library works. Take Books. Anyone may take a book—neighbors, friends, passersby—the books are always free. Share books. Book donations are welcome at this Little Free Library. Jo started by stocking her Little Free Library with copies of her current book—Never Sit If You Can Dance. Giese says, “I’m looking forward to the Little Free Library over-flowing with books. Stop by, and take a book.”–ww
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The Malibu High School Varsity Girls’s Basketball team lost Friday’s home conference game against Santa Paula (CA) by a score of 43-16. Q1 7-10, Q2 17-0, Q3 7-5, Q4 12-1. Photo by Devon Myers/TMT
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VELKOVICH be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent. THE PETITION requests the decedent’s WILL and codicils, if any, be admitted to probate. The WILL and any codicils are available for examination in the file kept by the court. THE PETITION requests authority to administer the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Act. (This authority will allow the personal representative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking certain very important actions, however, the personal representative will be required to give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the proposed action.) The independent administration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. A HEARING on the petition will be held in this court as follows: 01/26/22 at 8:30AM in Dept. 29 located at 111 N. HILL ST., LOS ANGELES, CA 90012 IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objections with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attorney. IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the decedent, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal representative appointed by the court within the later of either (1) four months from the date of first issuance of letters to a general personal representative, as defined in section 58(b) of the California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days from the date of mailing or personal delivery to you of a notice under section 9052 of the California Probate Code. Other California statutes and legal authority may affect your rights as a creditor. You may want to consult with an attorney knowledgeable in California law. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE-154) of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Probate Code section 1250. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. Attorney for Petitioner CHRISTOPHER M. LENZ - SBN 327976, PAUL A. LENZ, INC. 16130 VENTURA BLVD., STE. 660 ENCINO CA 91436 12/30/21, 1/6, 1/13/22 CNS-3541103# MALIBU TIMES MALIBU 18
NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF BANNER, PETER SAMUEL Case No. 21STPB10422 To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be interested in the will or estate, or both, of BANNER, PETER SAMUEL A PETITION FOR PROBATE has been filed by Donna Gilbert in the Superior Court of California, County of LOS ANGELES. THE PETITION FOR PROBATE requests that Donna Gilbert be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent. THE PETITION requests authority to administer the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Act. (This authority will allow the personal representative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking certain very important actions, however, the personal representative will be required to give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the proposed action.) The independent administration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. A HEARING on the petition will be held on March 2, 2022 at 8:30 AM in Dept. No. 9 located at 111 N. Hill St., Los Angeles, CA 90012. IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objections with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attorney. IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the decedent, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal representative appointed by the court within the later of either (1) four months from the date of first issuance of letters to a general personal representative, as defined in section 58(b) of the California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days from the date of mailing or personal delivery to you of a notice under section 9052 of the California Probate Code. Other California statutes and legal authority may affect your rights as a creditor. You may want to consult with an attorney knowledgeable in California law. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE-154) of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Probate Code section 1250. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. Attorney for petitioner: R KEVIN FISHER ESQ SBN 131455 PRAXIS LAW 2121 PARK DR LOS ANGELES CA 90026 CN981924 BANNER Dec 30, 2021, Jan 6,13, 2022 The Malibu Times
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COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 19-086, NEIGHBORHOOD STANDARDS NO. 19-001, VARIANCE NOS. 21-020 AND 21-021, SITE PLAN REVIEW NOS. 19-125 AND 22-001, MINOR MODIFICATION NOS. 19-017 AND 19-018, AND DEMOLITION PERMIT NO. 21-029 - An application to allow the construction of a new, two-story, 3,312 square foot, single-family residence, 1,636 square foot subterranean garage/basement (318 square feet of which is included in the Total Development Square Footage) of the total project, hardscape, landscape, grading, retaining walls, and onsite wastewater treatment system; a follow up approval of the slope repair, retaining walls, and demolition of the previously existing single-family residence completed pursuant to Emergency Coastal Development Permit No. 18-009; including a neighborhood standards request to increase the maximum allowed total development square footage, variances for construction on steep slopes including retaining walls and a generator with propane tank and for retaining walls to exceed six feet in height, site plan review for construction up to 28 feet with a pitched roof (and 24’-0” for a flat roof section), a site plan review for 1,525 cubic yards of remedial grading and minor modifications to reduce the required front and side yard setbacks Location: 31697 Sea Level Drive APN: 4470-024-031 Zoning: Single-family Medium (SFM) Applicant: Domicile Design Owner: P & C Partners, LP Appealable to: City Council and California Coastal Commission Environmental Review: Categorical Exemption CEQA Guidelines Section 15303(e) Application Filed: December 13, 2019 Case Planner: Jessica Thompson, Associate Planner (310) 456-2489, extension 280. firstname.lastname@example.org Pursuant to the authority and criteria contained in the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the Planning Director has analyzed this proposed project and found that it is listed among the classes of projects that have been determined not to have a significant adverse effect on the environment. 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Pepperdine Men’s Volleyball Beginning Season Ranked one of Country’s Best Teams Waves ranked third in the AVCA’s preseason national poll By MCKENZIE JACKSON Special to The Malibu Times
The Pepperdine Waves men’s volleyball team will start their season in the next few days unless the coronavirus powers an undefendable kill across the net into their schedule. The Waves ranked third in the AVCA’s preseason national poll, are scheduled to host Erskine on Friday and Princeton on Jan. 17. This comes after Pepperdine’s first four matches of 2022 were canceled because of a COVID outbreak. Waves head coach David Hunt said his players are ready to play volleyball. “We are excited to get out there and compete,” he said on Jan. 7. Pepperdine had a productive 28 days of preseason training, but their play was halted last week because of the virus. Instead of taking on Mount Olive and Barton—two matches apiece—the Waves’ unaffected volleyballers practiced in small groups with Hunt and this coaching staff, while others quarantined. “Our coaching staff is really experienced and knowledgeable, so we have been able to work in groups of six to eight athletes,” Hunt noted. “We are teaching really well right now. Our guys are getting better, and they feel it’s a beneficial use of their time.” Pepperdine is set behind Hawaii and UCLA in the AVCA rankings. The rest of the top 10 are Long Beach State, Penn State, BYU, Loyola-Chicago, Lewis, Grand Canyon, and UC San Diego. The preseason ratings, Hunt said, aren’t something the squad thinks much about since it based on last year’s successes. Entering the 2021 season, the volleyball world didn’t know what to expect of the Waves since they had a bevy of new players. “Last year, no one knew how good we would be, but we had some talented freshman in their gym doing good things,” he said. “Other programs will be in that position this year. For us this year, people have set the bar pretty high for us in terms of expectations, but we have to play good volleyball and get better over the season.” Hunt said good volleyball for Pepperdine will be determined by how physical they are on the court. “We were very much predicated on ball control
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Pepperdine men’s volleyball player Spencer Wilkins. Photo by McKenzie Jackson
last year,” he said. “This year, we have some more physicality, specifically at the pins. We will make some upgrades there. We have always done a good job of understanding the level we have to play at to compete for a championship. Every group does that a little differently. I think this group is understanding where they can take risks, where they can be more conservative, and how their strengths complement each other. When I say, ‘play good volleyball,’ it is meeting the standards we need to play at to win a national championship.” Pepperdine’s 28-member roster is composed of versatile players. Hunt said that is a plus because the bunch will need to be adaptable due to the coronavirus’ heightened spread recently. Some players may not be available for contests. “We don’t know who is going to be in the gym from day to day, so we have to be able to adapt,”
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Hunt said. “As coaches, we have to train as guys just to be volleyball players because if we have to take an opposite and put him outside, he has to be ready. We have to put him in a position to be ready. COVID has taught us to have a good plan in place, but how we react to the situation at hand is important.” A quartet of Waves—graduate students Austin Wilmot and Spencer Wickens and sophomores Trey Cole and Bryce Dvorak—were named to Off the Block’s preseason All-American squads. Wilmot, a middle attacker, was named to the first team, and the libero Cole, the setter Dvorak, and Wickens, an outside attacker, were placed on the second team. Additionally, graduate student Jaylen Jasper, an outside hitter, was named the nation’s top transfer. He was a three-time All-American at Stanford and has two years of eligibility with Pepperdine.
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Hunt said Jasper is acclimated with his new team on the court. “I’m excited to see what he can do with this group,” Hunt stated. The coach also said sophomore middle blocker Anderson Fuller is a player that “continues to impress me.” Pepperdine hosts UC Santa Barbara on Jan. 21 and Lewis seven days afterward. The squad’s first road game is on Feb. 4 at UC Santa Barbara. Hunt said all of Pepperdine’s players got better in the offseason and is group that can play exciting volleyball—jumping high above the net and smacking the volleyball hard. “We are designing an offense that showcases the talents the guys have,” Hunt said. “I get excited for the athletes to get out there and show what they can do.”
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