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Southern California Edison (SCE) continues to fly drones and helicopters over neighborhoods in #Malibu during daylight hours to inspect their power distribution infrastructure. For more information visit the SCE website at https://energized.edison.com/stories/aerial-inspections-of-electrical-equipment-help-reduce-risk#.XOXKByefY3w.link

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Did you miss the #Malibu City Council meeting on Monday, July 8? Watch it on-demand any time, tagged with agenda items, at http://malibu.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=4&clip_id=1574. (Youtube video will be available later today or Wed, July 10).

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The #Malibu Public Safety Commission will hold a special meeting tomorrow, Wednesday July 10, at 5:00 PM at City Hall. Agenda: http://ow.ly/TV3E50uWLVV

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The two recent powerful earthquakes that struck near Ridgecrest did not impact #Malibu. But they are a reminder to be prepared! Review your emergency plans, and check the expiration dates of the batteries, food and medication in your emergency supply kits. Learn more about how to prepare for earthquakes at https://www.lacounty.gov/emergency/emergency-survival-guide. If you feel shaking, the fastest way to find information is to Google search “USGS earthquake report” and the United States Geological Survey (USGS) information will appear about recent earthquake locations and magnitudes. For more detailed information, go directly to https://earthquake.usgs.gov. Tune in to KNX 1070 AM or KBUU 99.1 FM radio for news reports on the quake severity or damages. In the event of an earthquake that threatens lives, homes or infrastructure in Malibu, the City will issue emergency alerts using the website emergency alert system and the disaster notification system. Sign up for emergency alerts www.MalibuCity.org/news, and for Disaster Notifications at www.MalibuCity.org/DisasterNotifications. Sign up for disaster preparedness for seniors and people with mobility issues on Thursday, July 25. Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/o/city-of-malibu-16924309641 or email sberger@malibucity.org or call 310-456-2489 x368. Sign up now for the next Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training course starting Thursday, September 6. Register online https://www.eventbrite.com/o/city-of-malibu-16924309641 or email sberger@malibucity.org or call 310-456-2489 x368.

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#Malibu Mayor Jefferson Wagner presented a commendation to Environmental Sustainability Director Craig George who is retiring after 24 yrs of service to the City. Craig has made countless contributions to the City and the community and he will be sorely missed. We wish him well!

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Due to technical issues with Youtube, the July 8 #Malibu City Council meeting will not be live streamed on the Youtube channel. The meeting can be viewed live on http://malibu.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?publish_id=13. The agenda is posted at https://www.malibucity.org/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Agenda/_07082019-1359?html=true. Please excuse the inconvenience.

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On July 3, the 8th permit to rebuild a #Malibu home completely destroyed in the #WoolseyFire was given to Susan Stiffelman. If you need help with any part of the rebuilding process please call City Hall at 310-456-2489 or come in and we will help you!

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Clean Power Alliance will purchase clean power and Southern California Edison (SCE) will deliver it. Nothing else changes, except you benefit from affordable rates, local control, more choices, and clean energy. Learn more on the Clean Power Alliance website. cleanpoweralliance.org/rate-options/

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The #Malibu City Council meets on Monday, July 8, at 6:30 PM at City Hall. Agenda: http://ow.ly/YSOT50uScU0. Watch live and later on demand at MalibuCity.org/TV

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The two powerful earthquakes and many aftershocks that struck near Ridgecrest, CA over the weekend did not impact #Malibu. But they are a great reminder to be prepared! Review your emergency plans, and check the expiration dates of the batteries, food and medication in your emergency supplies kits. Learn more about how to prepare for earthquakes at www.Ready.gov. Sign up for City of Malibu emergency and traffic alerts at www.MalibuCity.org/news, and for Disaster Notifications at www.MalibuCity.org/DisasterNotifications. #earthquake #disasterpreparedness

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Never leave pets or kids unattended in cars. The temperature inside a parked vehicle can rise to an unbearable level in minutes, even with the windows cracked! #Malibu #SafeSummer #PCHsafety

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Independence Day weekend is a great chance to unwind and spend time with family and friends, but you must relax responsibly! Don’t drink and drive. Let’s all have a #safesummer in #Malibu.

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The City offers traffic and emergency alerts by text message and email. To sign up to receive alerts, visit www.MalibuCity.org/News, scroll down to “Alert Center,” and choose “Traffic Alerts” and “Emergency Alerts.” #Malibu #SafeSummer #PCHsafety

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Please help keep #PCH in #Malibu safe this #July4th. Celebrate responsibly - designate sober drivers, or use taxis or rideshares. Stay alive, don't text and drive! Sign up for emergency and traffic alerts at www.MalibuCity.org/news

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The Fourth of July is always busy in #Malibu. Slow down for pedestrians and watch for people trying to cross PCH to get to the beach, today and every day. Let’s all have a #safesummer!

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The L.A. County Fire Dept. has issued permits for offshore fireworks displays on Thursday, July 4 at Paradise Cove and Malibu Colony. The City has issued permits for two private events on Malibu Road on July 4. The City has not issued any permits for a parade on Point Dume on July 4. We wish everyone a happy and safe Independence Day celebration! Current permits are posted on the City website at https://www.malibucity.org/365/Event-Permits.

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Today the 8th permit to rebuild a #Malibu home completely destroyed in the #WoolseyFire was given to Susan Stiffelman. If you need help with any part of the rebuilding process please call City Hall at 310-456-2489 or come in and we will help you!

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#Malibu City Hall will be closed on July 4 and July 5 in observance of Independence Day. The list of holiday hours at City facilities and permitted firework locations can be found at https://www.malibucity.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=866

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Fourth of July can be a hard time for pets who get spooked by fireworks. Here are some tips to help your furry friends on Independence Day. Have a safe and happy holiday! #July4th #Malibu

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Please help keep #PCH in #Malibu safe this #July4th. Slow down and watch for pedestrians crossing PCH to reach the beach and cars pulling in and out of beach parking.

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The L.A. County Fire Dept. has issued permits for offshore fireworks displays on Thursday, July 4 at Paradise Cove and #Malibu Colony. The City has issued permits for two private events on Malibu Road on July 4. The City has not issued any permits for a parade on Point Dume on July 4. We wish everyone a happy and safe Independence Day celebration! Current permits are posted on the City website at https://www.malibucity.org/554/Event-Permits-Report.

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#Malibu City Manager Reva Feldman’s regular updates for July 3, 2019. Highlights: July 4th Fireworks & City Hall Closure, City Council Meeting July 8, Public Safety Commission Meeting July 10, Disaster Preparedness Class for Seniors. See the full report at https://www.malibucity.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=870

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The #Malibu Public Safety Commission meeting scheduled for this Wednesday, July 3, is CANCELLED and has been rescheduled for Wednesday, July 10, at 5:00 PM. The commission regularly meets on the first Wednesday of each month.

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Did you miss the #Malibu Planning Commission meeting last night (MonJuly 1)? You can watch it on-demand any time, tagged with agenda items at http://malibu.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=4&clip_id=1569

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#Malibu City Hall will be closed on July 4 and July 5 in observance of Independence Day. The list of holiday hours at City facilities and permitted firework locations can be found at https://www.malibucity.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=866

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The live video stream on Youtube of tonight's (7/1/2019) #Malibu Planning Commission meeting is currently down. The video is properly broadcasting on the City website at http://malibu.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?publish_id=13. Please excuse any inconvenience.

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As a part of FY 2019-20 Budget, the City Council voted to have all City facilities run on 100% renewable, non-polluting power generated from solar, wind & hydroelectric through the Clean Power Alliance. Learn more at https://www.malibucity.org/DocumentCenter/View/24644/06_26_2019_CleanPowerAlliance_AdoptedinBudget_PressRelease

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Over the next few weeks, Southern California Edison (SCE) will be conducting aerial inspections of SCE's distribution facilities in the #Malibu area using drones and helicopters during daylight hours. More information on the SCE website: https://energized.edison.com/stories/aerial-inspections-of-electrical-equipment-help-reduce-risk?fbclid=IwAR2c4Ax93W0LvwgSqMwjMKaj170xjO5oGKo-aqcNE_4V99-Bn1uFiIZh6rM#.XOXKByefY3w.link

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That text can wait, so put down the phone and focus on the road. The Sheriffs will provide heavy enforcement to focus on safety issues and violations by pedestrians, cyclists and motorists. #Malibu #SafeSummer #PCHsafety

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Did you know that the Malibu City Council voted in 2018 to join the Clean Power Alliance (CPA) to enjoy the advantages of clean, renewable power at competitive rates while fighting climate change? CPA purchases green power and SCE delivers it, but nothing else changes for the customer. SCE will continue to send just one bill and be responsible for resolving any issues with electricity service. Service for residential customers began in February 2019 and non-residential customers in May 2019. Customers in Malibu are automatically enrolled to receive 50% of their power supply from renewable sources at the same cost as SCE, which consists of only 34% renewable electricity. Customers can also choose to get 36% of their energy from renewable sources and get a 1% discount or choose 100% renewable electricity and pay an additional 9%. Customers may also opt out completely. To change your rate option, visit https://cleanpoweralliance.org/rate-options/ or call CPA at 888-585-3788. Some customers may have seen their rates go up, however, that is not due to the City joining the CPA. To see how your bill compares with SCE, check out the rate comparison calculator at https://cleanpoweralliance.org/rate-options/residential-rates/. For commercial rates, go to https://cleanpoweralliance.org/rate-options/commercial-rates/.

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#Malibu City Manager Reva Feldman’s regular updates for June 21, 2019. Highlights: FY 2019/2020 City Budget up for final adoption, Earth Friendly Management Policy up for consideration in Council meeting. Test of Disaster Notification System June 26. https://www.malibucity.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=865

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The #Malibu City Council meets on Monday, June 24, 6:30 PM at City Hall. In addition to regular items, the Council will consider final adoption of the City’s proposed Fiscal Year 2019-2020 #Budget. The public is welcome to attend and make public comment. Public comment can also be submitted by email to the City Clerk at HGlaser@MalibuCity.org to be delivered to the Councilmembers. The Council will also consider approving the Annual Work Plan for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 and provide direction to staff on adding the #MalibuLagoon Management Plan. The Council will also consider adopting a resolution directing the City Manager to waive certain fees for the period of November 8, 2018 through June 30, 2020 related to the rebuilding of structures damaged or destroyed by the Woolsey Fire on primary residences. You can watch the meeting live or later on-demand on the City TV page https://www.malibucity.org/TV or the City Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/CityofMalibu/videos. The proposed final budget and the agenda as well staff reports on other items are available online at https://www.malibucity.org/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Agenda/_06242019-1350?html=true.

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California residents are being urged to avoid transporting citrus tree material while traveling this summer due to the highest-ever threat of a deadly citrus tree disease called Huanglongbing (HLB). Currently, more than 1,000 square miles in the Southern California communities of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties are in an HLB quarantine area. Learn more about HLB by visiting California Citrus Threat’s website: CaliforniaCitrusThreat.org.

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The #Malibu Community Swimming Pool will be closed Friday, June 21 from 12:00 PM to 3:30 PM due to an SMMUSD scheduled power outage. The pool will reopen when power is restored. For more information, call 310-317-1364 or visit wwww.MalibuCity.org/Aquatics.

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Vehicles will be towed if they are parked in “No Parking, Tow Away” zones, within 15 feet of a fire hydrant, where they obstruct the normal movement of traffic, or in a way that creates a hazard. #Malibu #SafeSummer #PCHsafety

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Over the next few weeks, Southern California Edison (SCE) will be conducting aerial inspections of SCE's distribution facilities in the #Malibu area using drones and helicopters during daylight hours. More information on the SCE website: https://energized.edison.com/stories/aerial-inspections-of-electrical-equipment-help-reduce-risk?fbclid=IwAR2c4Ax93W0LvwgSqMwjMKaj170xjO5oGKo-aqcNE_4V99-Bn1uFiIZh6rM#.XOXKByefY3w.link

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As part of the #Malibu Smart water conservation program, Malibu residents can now get $4 per square foot when replacing their turf lawns with more sustainable landscaping that saves water, saves money and helps fight climate change! Some limitations have been waived for residents recovering from the #Woolseyfire. To apply, visit www.socalwatersmart.com. To apply for the fire exemption, call 888-376-3314.

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Do you have questions about hardening your home against wildfire and embers? Contact the City of #Malibu Fire Safety Liaison Jerry Vandermeulen at jvandermeulen@malibucity.org or 310.456.2489 ext. 387.

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CalRecycle and CalOES continue fire debris removal under the California state-sponsored program at properties that were burned in the #WoolseyFire in #Malibu June 19-21 on the following streets: PCH. In County unincorporated areas: Lower Brewster Rd, Mulholland Hwy, Old Chimney Rd, S Lake Shore Dr. In addition to those locations, CalOES reported that it will be conducting the following activities in various locations in the Woolsey Fire burn area (no specific streets were specified): Air monitoring, asbestos abatement on properties with verified asbestos-containing materials, soil sampling on properties where debris removal is complete, installing erosion control measures and hydro-mulch on lots that have approved soil sample results, re-scraping properties with soil samples that exceed the cleanup goals. CalRecycle and CalOES started Woolsey Fire debris removal the week of February 4, 2019. All fire debris removal operations require that ash and debris be wetted down prior to removal, and the ash and debris must be completely encapsulated prior to being transported for disposal to protect public health from particulate pollution. If unhealthy air quality is detected, debris removal operations will be halted. The debris removal locations are posted in ongoing basis at www.MalibuCity.org/DebrisLocations.

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ROAD TRIP 🚗 Come out to Bluffs Park this Sunday, June 23, 8-10 AM for #Malibu Cars and Coffee and enjoy a cup of coffee from Groundwork Coffee Co. while checking out beautiful vintage, exotic, muscle cars and more! A few special cars have been invited to make an appearance. Mr. Cupps will be onsite selling rare vintage automobile memorabilia as well! For more information, visit www.MalibuCarsandCoffee.com or call 310-317-1364. #OnlyInTheBu #MrCupps #MalibuCarsandCoffee.

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SUMMER STORYTIME 📚 🐶 Community Services Dept presents Park Tales with special guests from @PawWorks today, Wednesday, June 19, 10:00 AM at Bluffs Park. Free, no registration needed. Snacks provided! Learn more about dogs while reading in the park! #OnlyintheBu #PawWorks #TikesandTales #Malibu #MalibuLibrary #Read. For more info, call 310-317-1364.

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Joint Special Meeting of #Malibu Cultural Arts, Parks & Recreation & Public Safety Commissions on potential sale of 2 acres of City property at 23575 Civic Center Way to LA County Fire Dept. Wed, May 29, 5:30 PM, City Hall. Agenda: https://www.malibucity.org/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Agenda/_05292019-1336

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LA County Waterworks District 29 will host a meeting for homeowners in Encinal Canyon Thurs, May 30 at 6:30 PM at #Malibu City Hall. Subjects: water system improvements over next 4 yrs & fire flow issues. Info: https://www.malibucity.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=4879&month=5&year=2019&day=30&calType=0

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The #Malibu City Council meets tomorrow, May 28, at 6:30 PM. Agenda: http://ow.ly/cQDR50uo32V. Meeting an also be watched live at MalibuCity.org/TV

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The #Malibu City Council will meet Tuesday, May 28, at 6:30 PM instead of the regular Monday due to observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Agenda: http://ow.ly/GPhR50uo32Z. Meeting an also be watched live at MalibuCity.org/TV

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#Malibu City Hall will be closed on Monday, May 27, in observance of Memorial Day. Bluffs Park and Trancas Park will be open 8:00 AM- Sunset. Malibu Community Pool will be closed. Regular City hours will resume on Tuesday.

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LA County Waterworks District 29 will host an informational meeting for homeowners in Encinal Canyon Thurs, May 30 at 6:30 PM at Malibu City Hall. District 29 will give a summary and schedule of water system improvements that it will be constructing over the next four years. District staff will also provide information and answer questions on the process for homeowners that were impacted by the Woolsey Fire and are rebuilding their homes. For more information including the letter from District 29 to the County Fire Dept about fire flow requirements, visit https://www.malibucity.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=4879&month=5&year=2019&day=30&calType=0

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A Joint Special Meeting of the Cultural Arts, Parks & Recreation, and Public Safety Commissions regarding the potential sale of two acres of the recently purchased property located at 23575 Civic Center Way/23789 Stuart Ranch Road (also known as the Ioki Parcel) to the Los Angeles County Fire Department has been scheduled for Wednesday, May 29 at 5:30 PM. The agenda is posted https://www.malibucity.org/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Agenda/_05292019-1336.

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Southern California Edison (SCE) provided an update on its Vegetation Management Program at the May 13 City Council Meeting. View the presentation video at http://malibu.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=4&clip_id=1554. SCE has completed work in Grid 6 (Bonsall Cyn, and anticipates beginning work in Grid 8 (between Kanan Dume and Murphy Way, north of PCH) Friday, May 24. The City's arborist consultant continues to monitor and provide feedback on the work. Approximately 142 protected trees are proposed to have seasonal growth trimmed back to the previous year’s cut, and approximately four of those trees on one property are proposed for heavy trimming. SCE is also currently conducting pre-inspections in areas east of Malibu Cyn Rd. For more information, including grid maps and schedules, visit https://www.malibucity.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=838

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#Malibu City Manager Reva Feldman’s regular updates for May 24, 2019. Highlights: Council Meeting, Joint Special Commission Meeting on potential sale of property to Fire Dept, Waterworks District 29 information meeting for Encincal Cyn homeowners, Sheriff's Beach Team deploys this weekend. See the full update at https://www.malibucity.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=854.