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Angela Mooney D'Arcy, Policy Director at The City Project, urges the Malibu city council to comply with state law and the letter of concern from the Native American Heritage Commission by engaging in respectful government to government consultation with Native American leaders before cutting off public access to public lands that may implicate Native American religious rights and freedoms. Residents try to drown out her presentation with howling and stomping. A city council member asks the crowd, "Ladies and gentlemen, we have the press here. Is this really how you want to present the image of Malibu to the public?" Residents respond with a resounding "Yes!" Learn more at www.cityprojectca.org/ourwork/malibucamping.html.
it's not like i threw a shoe at him !
Mr. Bruce Leonard and his family have lived in Malibu West for more than 40 years. They moved to the area for it's scenic beauty and family-friendly lifestyle. Malibu City Council is finalizing plans to establish a local park that will involve massive grading and the destruction of unique and fragile environmentala resources. Malibu Township Council opposes such a massive and invasive park plan and favors a wilderness park with few extra amenities.Produced by Marshall Thompson of prvideo.tv 310-403-2507
Malibu Measure R was placed on the ballot by us because our City Council won't do anything to slow down big development. It's simple: 1 - Measure R gives voters a choice on big development. 2 - Measure R limits unwanted chain stores. Learn more: www.yourmalibu.com
Never to young to harness the dream .
A short film celebrating Malibu's 25 years as a city. With memories from residents and council members, and spectacular footage of this beautiful city.
Steve Scheinkman is a Malibu resident, businessman, equestrian and community activist. Together with long-time resident and community activist John Mazza, Steve is running for a seat on the Malibu City Council. Video produced by Marshall Thompson, multimedia/multicultural video producer firstname.lastname@example.org, 310-403-2507
Note: 08/28/2010 This Part 1 of 16 full segments of the forum. Segments 3 - 16 have now been taken down with numbers 1 & 2 to serve as a sample of this kind of production we can handle. Produced by the Malibu Township Council, www.malibutownshipcouncil.org Since 1947 our organization has been working to preserve, protect and promote Malibu's community, culture and environment. Videography by Marshall Thompson and PRVIDEO.TV, Malibu, CA 90265, 310-403-2507
Malibu is no longer part of my dream
Watch as our mayor analyzes data for everyone including council member Ulich (shown here trying to get to the truth), it's OK he's a scientist, and then allows someone from SMBRC (which he sits as chair) come up and finish the job. clearly he doesn't want to jump to any conclusions on this confusing data, so just to be on the safe side lets go ahead and bulldoze/ dredge the whole lagoon. Better death through science.
individuals who love MALIBU LAGOON as it is gather to protest its' possible destruction by the malibu city council, surfryder foundation, heal the bay, and the california coastal commision.
Lou La Monte - City Council Member Endorses Malibu Living http://malibuliving.org https://www.facebook.com/malibuliving https://instagram.com/malibuliving/ https://www.pinterest.com/malibulivin0012/ https://twitter.com/Living90265 https://plus.google.com/u/0/109366674711826873439/posts
Joe Edmiston of the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy presents plan for camping and public access to public lands in Malibu at City Council hearing December 5, 2007, while Malibu residents jeer. Learn more at www.cityprojectca.org/ourwork/malibucamping.html.