Hans Laetz

The Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District (SMMUSD) has released environmental plans for the proposed Malibu High School (MHS) replacemen…

Another smuggling boat washed up at Leo Carrillo State Beach on Saturday morning, Sept. 18. The boat was just the latest vessel to wash up on …

A dozen oak tree saplings were planted just north of the Ventura (101) Freeway in Calabasas last week.

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Andy Choka is city planning commissioner John Mazza. He is hiding behind a fake name. Now just whom is playing politics????

I will take the heat - striking a blow for less noise ... less smog ... less traffic in Malibu. Guilty.
FACT: 200-plus cars were parked last show, all over PCH, all the way up Trancas Cyn Rd, and all over the neighborhood. Fire lanes blocked.
FACT: On Sunday car show mornings, car…

hanslaetz commented on Letter: Canyon Danger

Shame on you. It is comments like this that make all of us in Malibu look like selfish idiots to the rest of the world. .

This post was corrected - an early morning edition said the school board meeting is tonight - it is THURSDAY night.

hanslaetz commented on Letter: Where Were You?

Are you freaking serious? What a whiny and embarrassing letter. It was a Sunday night. Maybe the journalists were tired from having covered "the swearing in of “The Three Amigos,” the Woodie Parade, Johnny Strange’s legacy, a press conference in Beverly Hills about the film “Passenge…

hanslaetz commented on Letter: Traffic and Safety on PCH

The reality is very simple. Any PCH plan that restricts visitor parking at the beach is DOA. Malibu residents must come up other solutions,

hanslaetz commented on Blog: The Eight-Year Itch

Eight years for mates? I'm on year 40 with mine! I demand a recount.

Congratulations to Judy Abel at the Malibu Times for seeing through the smokescreen.

I wasn't done!

There once was a girl from Agoura
Who some felt could see right through ya.
Her gaze was austere
Her language quite clear.
Buzz off, or I'll skewer ya!

Make check payable to my wife, please.

There once was a girl from Agoura
Who some felt could see right through ya.
Her gaze was austere