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City of Malibu, CORE and Malibu Medical Group to offer more drive-thru coronavirus testing April 30-May 1

April 29, 2020 by Submitted by City of Malibu News, City, Community

The City of Malibu, Community Organized Relief Effort (CORE) and Malibu Medical Group will conduct more drive-thru COVID-19 testing for all community members of the greater Malibu area regardless of symptoms from 10 a.m.-4 p.m....

City of Malibu offers virtual recreation program for all ages

April 20, 2020 by Barbara Burke, Staff Reporter News, City, Community

There were more than 1,000 hits on the City of Malibu’s virtual recreation program website during the first week that the City offered a suite of online classes for all ages through its new Virtual Recreation Center, a program launched on March...

City of Malibu offers virtual activities to celebrate Earth Week, 50th Anniversary of Earth Day

April 21, 2020 News, City, Community

This week, April 20-26, is Earth Week, and April 22 is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the global day of environmental action, so the City of Malibu encourages the community to Be Nice to Your Mother (Earth) and join the City’s...

Is Zoom too small for big Malibu projects?

by Michele Willer-Allred, Staff Reporter News, City, Local Government

A push to resume Malibu Planning Commission meetings is on, with several commissioners saying many projects are just too difficult to proceed via video conference.

The issue was brought up during Monday night’s meeting, when developer Norm...

Council rejects changing Woolsey Fire fee waiver residency criteria

by Michele Willer-Allred, Staff Reporter News, City, Local Government

A change to the requirements qualifying homeowners for waivers of Woolsey Fire rebuild fees was rejected by the Malibu City Council.

The council was asked to amend the list of documents establishing city residency that must be presented...

Planning Commission appeals will cost more in Malibu

by Michele Willer-Allred, Staff Reporter News, City, Local Government

For the first time in almost a decade, it will cost more to appeal a Malibu Planning Commission decision.

The five-member City Council recently voted unanimously to raise the fee to $750 — a $250 increase.

According to the staff...