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  • =   Latigo Shore homeowners are sympathetic … they really are.
  • =  But they say allowing homeless Malibu residents to park overnight there is a bad idea.
  • =   L A may sue Santa Monica and Culver City … for forcing homeless people out of the smaller cities and into the surrounding area.
  • =   Speeders up to 76 miles an hour … 
  • =   A city commission resurrects the idea of humps to slow ‘em down.

Malibu’s Only Local Daily News … from Radio Malibu  …. F-M 99 point 1 K B U U. Good morning … I’m Hans Laetz reporting.


A safe place for seven to 10 Malibu residents who have lost their homes … not such a good idea and Dan Blocker Beach.

That was the recommendation of the Malibu public safety commission last night.  Details:


Half of the drivers on point dooms residential streets are speeding.

72 miles an hour … 76 miles an hour … top speeds on the quiet residential streets.  Members of the Malibu Public Safety Commission voted last night to resurrect the idea of speed humps on major roads on Point Dume.  Details:


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A new poll says an overwhelming majority of Californians — 78% — are worried that they might have to bear some of the costs for recent wildfires caused by downed utility lines. 

And many likely voters are giving Gov. Gavin Newsom a very mixed review for his handling of the PG&E bankruptcy and its affect on Southern California Edsion.

Three in four Californians are concerned that their electricity bills could increase as a result of wildfire damages.

And just one in three approve of Governor Newsom’s handling of the one bankrupt electric company … and the other major utilities’ responsibilities for wildfire damages so far,

On the subject of wildfires, the PPIC survey found that 41% of likely voters approve of Newsom's overall handling of wildfire prevention and response, with 27% disapproving and 32% saying they don't know.

At the same time, just 28% of likely voters approve of Newsom's handling of the PG&E bankruptcy, with 35% disapproving and 37% saying they're not sure.


The reservation system at the coveted Leo Carrillo State Park campgrounds went back online yesterday morning.

And within minutes … spots were being swooped up by campers scrambling to make summer plans.

Leo Carrillo State Park, along with nearby Malibu Creek, officially will be back in full business by tomorrow.

Carillo was shut down for seven months following the devastating Woolsey fire.

The campgrounds re-opened briefly for Memorial Day weekend before shutting down again so final touches could be made to improvements.

The L A Daily News reports that the massive clean-up efforts are over — Leo Carrillo will be up and running for good this weekend. 

And parks superintendent Craig Sapp tells the LA daily news that the reopening of the campground is “a small victory for the community of Malibu,” 

malibu .. he says … has “suffered so much and continue to suffer. 

“Having some sense of normalcy, that Malibu is open for business, has been their mantra. “They just want people coming back and see they are resilient – they will say they are ‘Malibu strong.’ To them, they are living it every day.”

That’s Craig Sap …. quoted in the L A Daily News. 

The large sycamore trees in the canyon of the Leo Carrillo campgrounds were mostly untouched by the Wolsey Fire.

But the group campground at Leo Carrillo was destroyed and rebuilt. 

Bathrooms were damaged .

There are port-a-potties in their place for beachgoers.

And the small store there was lost to flames.


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Weather for the Malibu ….

((((  Coastal crud probably will not burn off today   )))) … highs  ((((  67   )))) beaches … ((((   78   )))) mountains and canyons. 

Downcoast winds …  (((  10   )))) miles per hour this afternoon.

Sunset tonight is at   ((((   8:04     )))).

After that … (((  a thick marine layer continues   )))) tonight … low ((((  59   )))) beaches …  ((((   )))) mountains and canyons.

Tomorrow should be   ((((    more June Gloom coastal crud.   )))).

At 8:55 … at Trancas it’s ((((   62     )))) degrees.

Leo Carrillo Beach …   ((((    60    )))).

Upper Malibu Canyon …  ((((     58   )))) .

And at Civic Center Los Angeles … ((((   64   )))).

In the ocean … it’s ((((    61   )))) degrees in the water at Zuma Beach.

The lifeguards say the waves today are   ((((  2 to 4  )))) feet high …. 

Fun SSW swell easing for exposures. Small NW swell-mix lingers. Surf is drained early.

Those are ((((  poor to fair )))) surfing conditions …. according to the lifeguards.

(((((  High  tide is at  1:30 PM … 3.5ft High .

Low tide at 5:45 tonight.    ))))


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