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In last Saturday’s newsletter from LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl—whose district includes Malibu—the city was called out for its dismal 36 percent rate of participation in the 2020 Census. 

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The marketplace of illustrious Malibu homes and estates sales lives on. The Woolsey Fire of November 2018 slowed but did not stop that. The COVID-19 shutdown has further slowed, but not halted, local home sales.

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For nearly four decades, Malibuites have celebrated the close of summer with an annual town bash—a carnival complete with corn dogs, thrill rides and, of course, the famous Malibu Chili Cook-Off competition. For 36 years, the Kiwanis Club organized the event. Then, three years ago, in a surp…

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The reigning Golden Coast Conference (GCC) men’s water polo champions, the Pepperdine Waves, won’t begin their swim toward another conference title until next year.

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“Rest in Pieces, Building D” tweeted Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District Construction (@SmmusdC) on July 31. An image of two excavators crunching over the remains of Malibu High School’s brick building accompanied the Tweet. 

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= State data about Coronavirus is all screwed up … but it appears there are two more cases in Malibu.= The number of cases in nearby Ventura County is up 700 percent since they began reopening.= The Malibu Foundation is stepping up to save teacher assistant jobs and science programs for Webs…

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The Malibu Planning Commission unanimously (5-0) approved the city’s short-term rental (STR) ordinance after a five-and-a-half-hour-long special Zoom meeting last week that included 24 public speakers, sending the ordinance to city council after putting some additional teeth into it.

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If you have recently been tested for the novel coronavirus, your results should have gotten to you within a few days. But according to information shared by the LA County Department of Public Health on Tuesday afternoon, those same results have been delayed in making their way to a state dat…

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=   COVID 19 may be leveling off in California … as we escape stay at home orders.=   L A County ups its game on COVID testing.=   As Malibu grapples with B and Bs and COVID … a gigantic party last night in LA leaves one dead and two others shot.=   A trail and forest area in Ventura County …

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Have you been wondering what that shadowy ship has been doing off Paradise Cove for the past few weeks? So were several other Malibu residents who contacted The Malibu Times to learn more.Here’s what we found.A heavy-duty explorer standing what looks to be five decks above the waterline, the…

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One circuitous but welcome side effect of the tragic Woolsey Fire: Malibu’s teachers are uniquely experienced for this fall. The upcoming semester will be online as per a directive from California Governor Gavin Newsom earlier this month, which compounded an already-existing Santa Monica-Mal…

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Easy come, easy go. When the Malibu Playhouse property went up for sale a couple of years ago, residents were hopeful someone would buy it with the intention of keeping it as the longtime community playhouse. When Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin purchased it for $4.5 million in June 2018, …

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A female pedestrian was struck by a car and killed as she crossed Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) on Tuesday, July 21, around 8:30 p.m., the LA County Sheriff ’s Department confirmed. The incident took place near the intersection of Winding Way West and PCH, which is close to two crowded tourist…

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Pepperdine University announced last week that classes will be held primarily online in the fall 2020 semester.Weeks before the latest announcement, the university released a restoration plan during the summer and said they were well-positioned to reopen for the fall semester.“Although we ar…

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Nine candidates have pulled papers so far for three city council seats that are open for the November elections.  The deadline to file is Aug. 6, 2020.  Some of the names who have filed are very familiar, some we have never heard from before.

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Nine candidates have pulled papers so far for three city council seats that are open for the November elections.  The deadline to file is Aug. 6, 2020.  Some of the names who have filed are very familiar, some we have never heard from before.

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Loud, speeding car clubs, mailbox theft and emergency preparedness were just a few of the topics Topanga- and Malibu-area residents discussed as they peppered Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva with questions in a virtual town hall on Thursday, July 16.

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Malibu High School Sharks football may still take place during the upcoming school year—but according to guidance released Monday, July 20, the fall season will be pushed back to January 2021. The first approved practice date for eight-man football is not until Dec. 14, 2020.

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