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Access issues driven by “no parking” signs posted at the Point Dume headlands were among the Malibu-related matters the California Coastal Commission discussed this month. Suzanne Guldimann/Surfside News
This image, from the Coastal Commission’s staff report, shows the debris of the former public staircase on Latigo Beach, another Malibu item the commission discussed.
Suzanne Guldimann, Freelance Reporter
2:50 pm PST February 14, 2020
The California Coastal Commission discussed three major Malibu issues at its February meeting in Long Beach, resolving a longstanding access issue at Latigo Beach; finding substantive issues with a permit issued by the City for a home rebuild at Trancas Beach; and promising to put the city under the microscope over alleged Coastal Act violations on Point Dume.