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Malibu resident Kraig Hill dons gloves as he fills out a slip for public comment during the City’s Thursday, March 12 public hearing on district-based elections. The second such hearing, scheduled for Friday, March 13, was canceled amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News
Councilmembers listen to John Mazza’s comments during a Thursday, March 12 public hearing at City Hall. The hearing was held to gather input on proposed maps for a potential change to by-district elections in Malibu.
Demographer David Ely explains the four proposed district map drafts which he created.
City Attorney Christi Hogin explains the process to the audience.
Michele Willer-Allred, Staff Reporter
1:46 am PDT March 17, 2020
About 15 people in the Malibu community braved rainy weather and the coronavirus threat to attend a public hearing to view and discuss newly drawn draft maps that could create new voter districts for Malibu City Council elections.