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Coronavirus: LA County to Announce All Non-Essential Businesses to Close for the Next Month

LA County Department of Health is expected to announce later today all non-essential retail businesses must close for the next month. The drastic measures are being taken to slow the spread o the COVID-19 virus which has seen a drastic increase in cases in the last week. Malibu City officials announced today the shelter-at-home announcement will come in the next 24 hours. Grocery stores, banks and restaurants offering to-go and delivery will be allowed to continue to operate. LASD/Lost Hills station is on full deployment with every available officer out in the field. Malibu Disaster Communications will be updating info on the Coronavirus as it becomes available.  ...

Coronavirus: Possible Exposure at SMMUSD Schools, Superintendent Drati Maintains Malibu Not On the List

SMMUSD Superintendent Ben Drati sent out the following email on March 12th, 2020 regarding possible exposure to Coronavirus: Dear parents, guardians and staff, District leadership spent several hours today in our Emergency Operations Center, which closed for the evening at 6:30 pm. We continue to be in communication remotely, as needed. We will reconvene tomorrow. During our session today, we discussed the concerns of possible exposure that was shared with you in our earlier email. Upon further discussion, we agreed that additional information would be appropriate to be shared with our staff and families regarding the exposures mentioned. We want to inform you that we are aware of...

Coronavirus: Pepperdine Moves Exclusively to Online Classes, Students in On-Campus Housing Must Vacate by March 15th

A Message From President Gash: COVID-19 Spring Semester Update POSTED ON MARCH 11, 2020, 8:00 AM I want to begin this message by expressing my gratitude to you for the grace and understanding you’ve shown to the entire Pepperdine community as the University manages its response to the COVID-19 outbreak. You and your safety are our most important priorities at Pepperdine. To that end, over the last two months we’ve had to take some extremely difficult, unprecedented actions that have significantly impacted the academic experience for many of our students. We are confident they were the right decisions, but we also know how disappointed many of you...

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...

Temporary Structures

TEMPORARY STRUCTURES TEMPORARY TRAILER Residents who wish to place a temporary trailer or mobile home on their property must first submit a Temporary Mobile Home or Trailer Application form to the Planning Department. At the December 18, 2018 Special City Council Meeting, the Council determined that Conex Containers could be used as temporary housing on properties where homes were burned in the Woolsey Fire, and would be permitted as a mobile home. TEMPORARY FENCING Properties damaged by the Woolsey Fire may be secured with temporary fencing without a permit, provided the fencing meets certain requirements. View Temporary Fencing Requirements....