KBUU Newswire – Day 480 – Tues Mar 3: Sheriff Plans Public Meeting Tonight As LA Times Alleges He Personally Destroyed Evidence of Deputy Misconduct – Zuma May Get Homeless Lot – Pepperdine Flies Students Home Amidst Covid-19 Scare – Nobu Plans To Shift PCH Traffic Jam Away From Its Entrance

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This is KBUU News – Day 480 – the Tuesday Headlines:

  • =   Sheriff Alex Villanueva personally ordered the destruction of evidence.
  • =   The LA Times reports that the sheriff told deputies to remove photos of the Kobe Bryant deaths scene from their cameras
  • =  Zuma Beach may become a parking place for homeless persons. 
  • =  Pepperdine is evacuating its students from Europe over Covid-19 fears.
  • =  And Nobu has a plan to cure traffic jams on PCH … but banning left turns way may just cause right turn jams the other. 

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The Los Angeles Times has further details about what can only be described as shocking misconduct by sheriff’s deputies at the Malibu-Lost Hills sheriff’s station … and of a clumsy cover-up attempt by the sheriff himself.  And the embattled sheriff will be holding a community listening meeting from 6 to 8 tonight at the Calabasas City Hall … despite the wrong address being pushed out by the department.

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Zuma Beach is being considered as a safe overnight parking place for homeless residents.  Los Angeles County and the city are in talks to allow homeless persons to arrive after dark … and clear out in the morning … from a parking area with security guards.

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Several hundred Pepperdine University students studying in Germany and Switzerland are being evacuated back to the USA … but are being banned from the Pepperdine Malibu campus.  That raises the question … if “under an abundance of caution” they are being kept off the campus … why are they safe to live amongst the general population??? The answer is … they are no danger. 

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The owners of Nobu are proposing to ban left turns from P C H into their parking lot.  That would send patrons heading from L-A to the restaurants down P C H to make a U-turn somewhere.  Where?  City staff doesn’t know.  

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The owners of the trailer park at Paradise Cove they have learned the hard way you have to have a city permit to build a project.  And not far away … the Malibu Jewish Center and Synagogue is also proposing a major project. 

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