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Within the past three years, the City of Malibu has seen an “unusual” increase in the number of applications to upgrade wireless telecommunications facilities within city limits, a Public Works Commission report states.

Prepared on Feb. 12, the report states that 76 applications pertaining to wireless telecommunication facilities in Malibu were made in the past three years.

Of the 76 applications, 54 were made for upgrades to existing telecommunications facilities, while 22 were made for new facilities. 

Ashleigh Fryer

Dear SMMUSD Board,

Here is the article I referred to at the board meeting tonight [Feb. 5] from the school in Hartford, Connecticut that closed due to finding low levels of PCBs in the air (their original findings were lower than those found at MHS): http://connecticut.cbslocal.com/2015/02/05/pcb-cleanup-clark-elementary-....

Chris Bashaw

The Malibu Girls All Star A Team advanced to the AYSO Section Playoffs in Bakersfield on 

Feb. 28. 

The team competed in the Regional Tournament and was undefeated until its finals game against the Agoura A Team. 

Chris Bashaw

Hans Cole is a junior water polo player at Malibu High School

How long have you been playing water polo and how did you get started?

I’ve been playing for about five years and I started when I was in the fifth grade.

What’s your favorite thing about baseball and why?

I like the whole team aspect and bonding with all the players.

What is your favorite subject in school and why?

Ashleigh Fryer

Coogie’s Beach Café has been a popular gathering place for locals seeking healthy options for breakfast and lunch since 1997. With breakfast and lunch menus together boasting a collection of healthier dining options that can satisfy most cravings, the restaurant has earned its place as a Malibu mainstay.

Chris Bashaw

Malibu native Isaac R. Vandor has been named a 2015 National Merit Scholar Commended Student. Vandor was recognized for having “exceptional academic promise,” said a spokesperson for the program that honors scholastic champions based on PSAT scores, adding “commended students have demonstrated outstanding potential for success.”

Chris Bashaw

Robert and Jackie Sutton, longtime Malibu residents, would like to announce the graduation of their granddaughter, Emily Rottman, who played her final volleyball game at University of Virginia. Emily will graduate with honors in May 2014 with a degree in international business. 

Emily attended high school in Santa Barbara and received a scholarship to play volleyball at the University of Virginia. Emily is the daughter of Suzie Sutton Rottman, who attended local Malibu schools and Steve Rottman, who played volleyball at USC. 

Chris Bashaw

Malibu United Methodist Church (30128 Morning View Drive)

Living the Questions?

7:30 p.m. March 5. This is a six-week exploration into progressive Christianity let by Pastor Sandy and occurs every Wednesday for six weeks beginning on March 5.

The Way

9:15 a.m. March 16. Travel with Adam Hamilton as he retraces the life and ministry of Jesus Christ every Sunday morning at 9:15 a.m. for six weeks beginning on March 16.

Tales by the Sea

Ashleigh Fryer

What: Three-bedroom, three-bath architectural home

Where: 24142 Malibu Road

Amenities:

Built in 1973, the Miller House was designed by famed architect Edward Fickett, FAIA. Known as the Architect to the Stars, Fickett was a pioneer of California Modernism — the Miller House being an example of that work.

“This property has been lovingly cared for and respectfully refreshed,” said Madison Hildebrand, co-listing agent for the property. 

Alex Vejar

On Jan. 21, the Malibu Surfside News will be initiating its New Year’s resolution to “go green and clean in 2015” by reducing paper waste in the City of Malibu. 

Surfside News will eliminate the copies it places at racks and drop locations throughout the city on Tuesday evenings in an effort to reduce paper waste.

Chris Bashaw

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