A commentary by Publisher Arnold G. York on the big news of 2019.

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• The year was dominated by the aftermath of the Woolsey Fire. The loss of 473 residences in the city of Malibu and hundreds more (maybe up to…

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• The Malibu real estate market weakened just a touch in 2019, according to Malibu Times real estate columnist Rick Wallace, and virtually gro…

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• March brought fleet week to Malibu, when a US Navy guided missile cruiser, the USS Lake Champlain (CG-57), dropped anchor just off the Malib…

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• Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, famous for almost never asking a question from the bench since his appointment in 1991, making him th…

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• Kudos, certificates and many thanks to the legion (meaning, several hundred) of Malibu citizens and friends who stayed behind and helped sav…

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• If it appears that there were more homeless people everywhere you went this year, it’s because homelessness was up 12 percent over the previ…

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• At a packed-house meeting at City Hall, Malibu Planning Commission found out what the local citizens thought about their plan to down zone a…

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• The LA County Board of Supervisors voted to help get people back into their homes by waiving $2 million in Water Works District 29 fees that…

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• Labor Day Weekend brought 375,000 visitors to Malibu beaches and the kickoff of the 38th Annual Chili Cook-Off, which went off as scheduled,…

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• A 76-year-old Calabasas resident, in Malibu to celebrate the opening of a new Malibu restaurant, was struck and killed instantly while tryin…

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• Malibu apparently has a surplus of grocery markets and the ones that seem able to survive are those with deep-pocketed owners. After 27 year…

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• The City of Malibu is still struggling with complaints from some neighbors about abuse of short-term rentals and looking for an answer that …

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