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Coronavirus “Safer at Home” Protective Measures in Effect Per L.A. County

This article is re-published from our sister site The Local Malibu. The “Safer at Home” protective measures set forth by the County yesterday to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus  went into effect immediately and include the closure of non-essential retail businesses. Shortly after, Governor Newsom issued a statewide stay-at-home order that went into effect at midnight. The  L.A. County emergency order states: Residents should remain at home. Do not gather in enclosed spaces with more than 10 people. Close all non-critical businesses (that can’t operate remotely) until further notice. In order to be in compliance with the protection order, follow the highest level of restriction in...

Coronavirus: Unemployment Information from the Employment Development Department

The information below is provided by the Employment Development Department regarding benefits and programs available for those with loss of employment and income from Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) California is responding to the spread of a respiratory illness caused by a new coronavirus (COVID-19). While investigations to learn more about the virus are ongoing, workers and employers should review their health and safety procedures to help prevent exposure to the virus. Frequently Asked Questions Visit Coronavirus 2019 FAQs for answers to specific questions you may have about COVID-19 and what programs and benefits may be available to you. COVID-19 FAQs The EDD provides a variety of support services to individuals...

Coronavirus: LASD Lost Hills Station Issues Public Safety Announcement

Today, a Public Safety Announcement was issued today by the current Unit Commander of Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station Acting Captain,  Lt. Chuck Becerra: “Like much of the state, the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff Station is adapting to the challenges caused by COVID-19.   To this end, please know we have NOT curtailed our deployment and will continue to respond to ALL Law Enforcement related activities in our area of operation.   This crisis is fluid and evolving, and the Sheriff’s department is adapting in real time and working in a unified effort to maintain the field staffing levels.  The Sheriff has made clear your cities’ and county areas...

Lost Hills Sheriff’s Department Doubles Down on Protective Measures Including “Unseen Threat Deterrent Assets”

The devastating active shooter events that have occurred in three states, including California in the last week, have required local law enforcement to kick into high gear preparing for a potential active shooter scenario locally. As we moved towards the Labor Day holiday weekend and the Malibu Chili Cook-Off, Malibu can anticipate tens of thousands of visitors which the event attracts year after year. Acting Captain Chuck Becerra detailed the preparations and proactive measures the Lost Hills Sheriff's Department is taking for events scheduled in the area going forward along with a message to the community meant to promote a sense of safety for residents, visitors...

LA City Attorney Mike Feuer and Santa Barbara DA Joyce Dudley Douse Wildfire Protection Coverage Product Claims by SunFire Defense

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer and Santa Barbara County District Attorney Joyce Dudley filed an enforcement action against Sun FireDefense, a product heavily marketed in Malibu, for allegedly misleading consumers about their product's fire prevention effectiveness at least 35 homes in L.A. County, including Malibu have purchased this product. Sun Fire Defense invested in heavy promotion in our area after the Woolsey Fire, including co-hosting the Re-Bu event along with Burdge Architects, Homebound and Euro West in association with Bay Screens and Shades and numerous vendors at the Trancas Country Mart on March 23rd, 2019. Sun FireDefense has also  been featured ongoing in Arnold and...

Post Borderline, Gilroy, and Pre Malibu Chili Cook Off: Malibu Lost Hills Sheriff’s Department Prepares Deputies For Active Shooter Scenarios

By Cece Woods The Lost Hills Sheriff’s Department engaged in Active Shooter drills just two days after the devastating Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting that took the lives of 3 young people killed and injured 12. According to the L.A. Times, authorities said the shooter, Santino Legan, bought the semiautomatic rifle used in the shooting legally in Nevada on July 9, less than three weeks before the shooting. The weapon, similar to a military-style AK-47, with its standard clip and stocks, is considered an assault rifle that is banned under California law.  It’s unclear if the shooter targeted specific people. The Nevada gun shop, Big Mikes Guns and Ammo, that sold...

Multiple MS13 Arrests In and Around “Malibu Hills” Made by LASD/LOST HILLS Since January

Authorities announced the arrests of 22 people Tuesday in a massive organized crime case alleging MS-13 gang members are responsible for “Medieval Style Murders” in the Los Angeles region, where the gang has had a presence since forming there in the 1980s. The Los Angeles Metropolitan Task Force on Violent Gangs, which includes local law enforcement officers and FBI agents, made the arrests. The vicious crimes committed by MS13 gang members included locations in the “Malibu Hills” as released by authorities. The Local Malibu reached out to Acting Captain Chuck Becerra of the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Department and asked him to elaborate on the circumstance regarding the MS13...

Sheriff Villanueva to Malibu: “If You Fail to Plan, Prepare to Fail”

By Cece Woods There is no doubt the earthquakes that rocked Southern California recently was a serious reminder to be prepared for a disaster. As the first official fire season fast approaches, and after hard lessons learned during the Woolsey Fire, many Malibuites most certainly have a better understanding of the importance of emergency preparedness. Unfortunately, City officials haven’t shown residents any evidence of being better prepared for fire season, regardless of the backlash from the community after City officials completely abandoned residents during the Woolsey Fire. The City’s one attempt to placate citizens was to add a third member to the Public Safety Department. The new Malibu Fire...

CalTrans to Host Meeting for Pedestrian Signal Project / Malibu Seafood

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will be hosting a community meeting next week to discuss a Pedestrian Signal Project near 25653 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA. The community is welcomed to learn more about the pedestrian signal and ask the department questions about the project.   WHEN:   Tuesday, March 26, 2019 5:30 p.m.   WHERE:   Malibu City Hall 23825 Stuart Ranch Rd, Malibu, CA 90265   WHAT:   Caltrans has plans to install a pedestrian beacon on Pacific Coast Highway near Malibu Seafood to improve pedestrian safety.    ...

4-5 Inches Expected by Wednesday – Please Take Precautions Now!

POTENTIAL 4-5 INCHES EXPECTED IN WEDNESDAY! PLEASE TAKE PRECAUTIONS NOW!  From local meteorologist Jason Daniel Farhang: Important Update!  A very similar pattern that’s eerily identical to the atmospheric conditions of December 2010. The big high pressure in Central Mexico pushing the atmospheric moisture right at  Los Angeles,CA. The big low in the Gulf Of Alaska is becoming a pulley of sorts. The two deepening surface low pressure systems just about 435 miles northeast of Hawaii.  The exact positioning for very heavy flooding rains for our region by Wednesday afternoon . This is indeed looking very significant this morning. At this point it’s becoming a perfect storm as...