- published: 17 Apr 2011
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it's not like i threw a shoe at him !
Never to young to harness the dream .
On Monday July 13, 2009, Joe Galliani, the Creative Greenius, appeared at the Malibu City Council meeting at the request of Councilman Jefferson Wagner and City Clerk, Lisa Pope. He was there to talk about AB 811 and the County of Los Angeles AB 811 program. The Greenius patiently waited until the very last item on the agenda and then wrapped up the evening with this cut to the chase version of his presentation.
World Team Now founder Suzanne Maxx campaigns to get working EV chargers back in the City of Malibu. Collaborating with City Council members, the public supporting Electric Vehicles, Clipper Creek & So Cal Edison on board to take action with measurable results. Go World Team Now!!!!!
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.
The Harry Barovsky Memorial Youth Commission consists of student appointees who are in grades 7-12 and either reside or attend school in Malibu. The Commission may make recommendations to the City Council on matters concerning the City's programs and projects that serve young people. The Youth Commission has the authority and responsibility to plan, organize, and implement, with the assistance of appropriate members of the City staff and within budget limits, events, programs, and activities for the young people of the community, and to hold fundraising events to further the work of the Commission.
The City of Malibu’s new increased minimum wage went into effect July 1, 2016, guaranteeing higher wages for minimum wage workers in the City. The City Council voted on March 28, 2016 to incrementally raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2020, mirroring Los Angeles County’s recent minimum wage increase. Details at www.MalibuCity.org/MinimumWage
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.
On Spetember 10th 2001, Dr, Suzzanne Goode, California State Parks Ecologist, presented to the City Council of Malibu the Malibu Lagoon Task Force Recommendations to restore the historical wetlands in the heart of Malibu. Based on the 2000 UCLA Study, these recommendations highlite the pollution at world famous Malibu Surfrider Beach and the holistic approach to restoring clean water quality.
For the last episode of Fall 2015, Alex and Shayla interview Ayesha Diatta about the upcoming Toy Drive sponsored by the Pepperdine Ambassadors Council. *Unfortunately while recoding this episode, the record system crashed therefore there are parts missing from this episode. For the full episode go to www.livestream.com/pepperdine/live
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
John Sibert speaking about the lagoon prior to voting to oppose the lagoon project as proposed.