Oyster Bar Built On City Street – Pier-Area Kayak Guy Lawyers Up – County May Ban Foam Take-Out Too | Kbu 975 Newswire – California News

Oyster Bar Built On City Street – Pier-Area Kayak Guy Lawyers Up – County May Ban Foam Take-Out Too | Kbu 975 Newswire – California News

The owner of a beachfront restaurant builds an oyster bar … on city property. 

And that guy who rents surfboard … says he has a right to run his business on the state highway.

What is neighborhood character … and does it mean another large house will be rejected???

And L-A County may join Malibu …. and adopt the city’s ban on Styrofoam and other plastic take out boxes.

This is Malibu’s only local daily news.

It’s the   ((((  Monday  ))) edition of the news … from Radio Malibu  …. 97 point 5 K B U.

Good morning Malibu!

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The owner of the Malibu Surf Shack has lawyered up … to fight city efforts to remove two large trailers that have been permanently parked on P C H at the Malibu Pier.

The owner … Sean Weber … has angered nearby business-owners by converting part of the state highway into storage space and signage for his surf shop and kayak rental business.

Weber has parked two large trailers on the state highway … on a 24/7 basis … for years … occasionally switching the two vehicles so as to obey the 72 hours parking limit. 

The city has decided to enforce a law that’s been on the books for 26 years … which allows the city to ban parking between 2 and 4 in the morning. 

Weber has hired an attorney … who has asked the city council to overturn the overnight parking ban ,… before the signs are posted. 

Weber’s attorney says the overnight parking ban runs afoul of the Coastal Commission rules .. that say the city cannot restrict beach visitor parking. 

But the city says it’s Weber … who is…

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