Not funny ha-ha

Noticed in the other “newspaper” that Hasse figured only about five people considered his proposal as censorship. As one of the fulminating five, I thought you would be interested in noting that the Malibu and Los Angeles Times are not the only newspaper skeptics. [An] article appeared in the Sacramento Bee, a paper not known for being conservative by any stretch of the imagination.

Having traveled the world, and in the past found that mentioning Malibu was my home always was greeted with respect, awe and even envy, I’m afraid with this group of council clowns the admittance that Malibu is my home will be met with pity, scorn and derision, sentiments which are sure to be augmented by the latest fiasco — the $227,000 city attorney “firing” and buy-out. It’s great Malibu is so rich we can afford to use public funds to afford very expensive lawyer consultants and costly staff removals just to satisfy some of our inept councilmembers’ egos.

Wayne Estill

The Malibu Times is the first newspaper in Malibu, serving the community since 1946.

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