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Point Dume State Beach restoration project gets green light.

The Malibu Planning Commission approved a permit for a project aimed at restoring approximately 3.1 acres of sandy beach and dune habitat at Zuma Beach and at Point Dume State Beach, above. Scott Steepleton/Surfside News
Michele Willer-Allred, Staff Reporter
12:09 pm PST November 17, 2020

Restoration of beach habitat and resiliency of shoreline are at the heart of a project given a unanimous green light by the Malibu Planning Commission.

Meeting via Zoom on Monday, the five-member body approved a Coastal Development Permit for a project aimed at restoring approximately 3.1 acres of sandy beach and dune habitat at Zuma Beach and Point Dume State Beach, and intended to provide a cost-effective and low-impact solution to increase the resiliency of the shorelines.