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Malibu enters austerity time
Malibu council serves expanded dining options to restaurants
Is Zoom too small for big Malibu projects?
Council rejects changing Woolsey Fire fee waiver residency criteria
Planning Commission appeals will cost more in Malibu
Malibu COVID-19 eviction protection ending
Malibu council considers extending foreclosure, eviction ban
Smith property settlement approved by Malibu council
Paradise Cove water treatment system wins city OK
End to Malibu water treatment plant lawsuit in sight
Planning Commission wants Malibu council action on short-term rentals
Los Angeles County releases first re-opening plans for May 8
Planning Commission: Short-term rental issues surface again
City of Malibu restarts fire hardening home assessments for residents
City Council: City officials, council discuss budget, economic impact of coronavirus
City Council: Negotiations set to begin on agreement for new luxury hotel development
City Council: Council discusses increase for Planning Department appeal fees
City Council: City planning to reduce number of alerts to residents, residents debate quarantine
City urges neighboring communities, residents to stay safe at home
City of Malibu, CORE and Malibu Medical Group to offer more drive-thru coronavirus testing April 23-24
Planning Commission: Construction of Paradise Cove wastewater treatment system on hold after starting project without permit
Planning Commission: Commissioners discuss repeated issues with short-term rentals, ‘party houses’
USC, LA County release preliminary results from coronavirus scientific study
California Department of Insurance to offer insurance help to Woolsey Fire victims
City Council: Malibu residents air concerns regarding homeless population, coronavirus

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