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36 | November 9, 2017 | Malibu surfside news Sports malibusurfsidenews.com Boys Water Polo Sharks’ season ends in CIF first round Coach commends team’s strong effort in 14-11 game Chris Megginson Freelance Reporter MHS boys water polo coach Mike Mulligan consoles his team after the Sharks’ 14-11 loss to Northwood. Photos by Dave Teel/22nd Century Media A late surge by Northwood lifted the Timberwolves past the Malibu High School Sharks, 14-11, on Oct. 31 in the first round of the California Interscholastic Federation-Southern Section Division III boys water polo playoffs. The loss ended Malibu’s season with a 24-4 record after winning the Tri-Valley League with a perfect 12-0 record. “To be competitive in Division III and be two, three goals away from winning the first round game, that’s a huge accomplishment for this group,” said coach Mike Mulligan of his young Malibu team. “Our goals this season were to improve our 6-on-5, and we did that. As we went through the season, our percentage went up and going 4-for-5 in manups against a quality team like Northwood proves our guys figured it out.” Malibu and Northwood were knotted 2-2 and 4-4 after the first two periods, but the Timberwolves took a two-goal lead, 8-6, at the end of the third quarter. Malibu quickly tied it, 8-8, in the fourth quarter, and again at 10-10. Northwood gained a two-goal advantage with about two minutes to play and Malibu was unable to answer. In addition to wanting to draw kick outs and take advantage of man-up situations on offense, Mulligan said the Sharks’ game plan was to slow down the Timberwolves and prevent scoring from the righthanded side. “We did a pretty good job in the first half,” Mulligan said. “In the second half … we did what we wanted to do offensively. Defensively, we just had a few mental lapses where they were able to take advantage.” Tor Cole ended his Malibu career with a teamleading five goals, including skipping one in from 10 meters out in the fourth quarter. He assisted three goals and had two steals. “He really stepped up in this playoff game when we needed him the most,” said Mulligan, of Cole. “He stayed within the game plan and ran our 6-on-5. In the fourth quarter, I gave him the light to shoot the ball Malibu High School’s Ary Kamen scored two goals during the Sharks’ CIF Round 1 game on Oct. 31 and finished the season with a team-best 70 goals. from the outside and he was able to score some goals from the outside. That was nice to see him finish on a high note.” Malibu scored on all but five of its shots on goal. Louis Barron followed Cole’s lead with three goals, Ary Kamen scored two and Nate Jensen had one. Kamen finished the season with a team-best 70 goals, while Cole ends the year with 55 goals. Harry Lang recorded 10 saves in goal for Malibu. “Without him in the goal it would have been a lot worse,” Mulligan said. “He Beauty Collection sponsors the boys water polo team Staff Report Beauty store and salon Beauty Collection served as the lead sponsor of the Malibu High School boys water polo team this fall. The retailer also supported the Shark Fund with fundraisers at their Malibu store, located in Malibu Country Mart at 3900 Cross Creek Road, Suite 2. Beauty Collection’s support allowed the team to purchase supplies, equipment and uniforms. Beauty Collection Store Manager Ramona Gabriel (fourth from right) and Assistant Store Manager Brenda Cervantes (third from right) pose with the Malibu High School boys water polo team. Dave Teel Photography “To be competitive in Division III and be two, three goals away from winning the first round game, that’s a huge accomplishment for this group.” Mike Mulligan — Malibu boys water polo coach kept us in the game and made some big blocks that created momentum changes for us.” In the second round of the CIF playoffs on Nov. 2, Northwood (20-11) lost 8-4 to Villa Park, which was to host Poly/Riverside on Nov. 4 in the quarterfinals.
Location: 22878 Pacific Coast Highway, Planning Commission at any time prior to the beginning of the public within the appealable coastal zone hearing. APNs: 4452-005-029, 4452-005-030, and LOCAL APPEAL – A decision of the Planning Commission may be 4452-005-031 appealed to the City Council by an aggrieved person by written statement setting forth the grounds for appeal. An appeal shall be filed with Zoning: Public Open Space (OS), Commercial Visitor malibusurfsidenews.com Serving-Two (CV-2), and the City Clerk within ten days following the date of action for which Classifieds Malibu surfside news | November 9, 2017 | 37 Single-Family Medium Density (SFM) the appeal is made and shall be accompanied by an appeal form and Applicant: Burdge and Associates Architects, Inc. filing fee, as specified by the City Council. Appeal forms may be Owners: Mani MBI (DE), LLC found online at www.malibucity.org/planningforms or in person at Tenant: Malibu Beach Inn City Hall, or by calling (310) 456-2489, extension 245. Appealable to: City Council and Coastal Commission COASTAL COMMISSION APPEAL – For projects appealable to the 6703 Legal Notices Environmental 6703 Legal Notices Coastal Commission, 6703 an aggrieved Legal person Notices may appeal the Planning Review: Categorical Exemption NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY OF MALIBU PLANNING COMMISSION Application Filed: Case Planner: CEQA Guidelines Sections 15303(a) and (e) August 6, 2015 The Malibu Planning Commission will hold public hearings on MON- DAY, December 4, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Malibu City Hall, 23825 Stuart Ranch Road, Malibu, CA, on the projects identified below. COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 17-091, VARIANCE NOS. 17-038 AND 17-043, MINOR MODIFICATION NO. 17-018, JOINT USE PARKING AGREEMENT NO. 17-001, LOT TIE NO. 17-001, AND EXTENSION OF AMORTIZATION SCHED- ULE 17-001 – An application to install 21 two-car stacked/tandem parking lifts on a site currently occupied by a legal non-conforming rental car use (Hertz Rental Car), to accommodate required parking for the offsite hotel/restaurant use at 22878 Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) (Malibu Beach Inn), reconfigure existing onsite parking and drive aisle to accommodate the parking lifts, and construct site walls; a variance from parking lot development standards, including valet and tandem parking to maximize parking area; a variance from landscape and open space commercial development standards; a minor modification to reduce the required rear yard setback; a joint use parking agreement to allow Malibu Beach Inn to locate some of its required parking on the Hertz Rental Car site; a lot tie to hold 22878 PCH and 22853 PCH as one lot; and Extension of Amortization to allow time for the applicant to process an application to continue operation of the non-conforming car rental use located in the Community Commercial zoning district Location: 22853 Pacific Coast Highway, within the appealable coastal zone APN: 4452-020-031 Zoning: Community Commercial (CC) Applicant: Burdge and Associates Architects, Inc. Owners: MB North Lot (DE), LLC Tenant: Hertz Rental Car Appealable to: Environmental Review: City Council and Coastal Commission Application Filed: September 21, 2017 Case Planner: Categorical Exemption CEQA Guidelines Sections 15303(a) and (e) Stephanie Hawner, Senior Planner (310) 456-2489, Extension 276 email@example.com COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 17-092, CONDI- TIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 17-012, CONDITIONAL USE PER- MIT AMENDMENT NO. 15-004, VARIANCE NOS. 15-041 AND 17-037, JOINT USE PARKING AGREEMENT NO. 17-001, AND LOT TIE NO. 17-001 – An application to continue operation of the existing hotel and restaurant use, and coastal development permit to construct a new swimming pool and pool deck with dining service, remodel and convert approximately 268 square feet of office and storage into pool bathroom facilities and equipment room, relocate the alternative onsite wastewater treatment system, amend Conditional Use Permit No. 06-001 (Planning Commission Resolution No. 06-46) to revise Condition No. 2 to capture the expansion of the restaurant dining service area from 563 square feet to 1,387 square feet and allow dining service for hotel guests only on the proposed 5,174-square foot pool deck, and to remove Condition No. 15 which states that the use of the indoor and outdoor observation deck for hotel restaurant dining area shall be restricted to guests of the hotel and their invitees only; including a variance to relocate some of the required parking offsite beyond the 300-foot limit as measured along a safe pedestrian path; a variance to provide less than the required number of parking spaces for the hotel with restaurant use; a joint use parking agreement to allow required onsite parking offsite at 22853 Pacific Coast Highway (PCH); and a lot tie to covenant and hold 22878 PCH and 22853 PCH as one lot Location: APNs: Zoning: Applicant: Owners: Tenant: Appealable to: Environmental Review: Application Filed: August 6, 2015 Case Planner: 22878 Pacific Coast Highway, within the appealable coastal zone 4452-005-029, 4452-005-030, and 4452-005-031 Public Open Space (OS), Commercial Visitor Serving-Two (CV-2), and Single-Family Medium Density (SFM) Burdge and Associates Architects, Inc. Mani MBI (DE), LLC Malibu Beach Inn City Council and Coastal Commission Categorical Exemption CEQA Guidelines Sections 15303(a) and (e) Stephanie Hawner, Senior Planner (310) 456-2489, Extension 276 firstname.lastname@example.org Stephanie Hawner, Senior Planner (310) 456-2489, Extension 276 email@example.com COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 08-028, VARIANCE NOS. 08-019, 16-005, 16-034 AND 16-035, AND SITE PLAN RE- VIEW NOS. 08-009 AND 17-048 - An application to construct a new 3,969-square foot, two-story, single-family residence, with a 681-square-foot attached three-car garage, an 898-square foot attached second unit, a spa, grading and retaining walls, and installation of landscaping, hardscape, and an alternative onsite wastewater treatment system, including a variance to extend the fuel modification into Environmentally Sensitive Habitat Area, a variance to develop on slopes steeper than 2.5 to 1, a variance to construct transition slopes steeper than 2 to 1, a variance to reduce the side yard setback by 50 percent, a site plan review to develop on slopes steeper than 3 to 1 and up to 2.5 to 1, and a site plan review to construct the residence in excess of 18 feet in height, up to 24 feet with a flat roof Location: APN: Zoning: Applicant: Owners: Appealable to: Environmental Review: Application Filed: April 7, 2008 Case Planner: 31535 1/2 Pacific Coast Highway and Properties which contain portions of a private driveway including 31499, 31505, 31533, 31535, 31537, 31539, 31541, and 31543 Pacific Coast Highway, not within the appealable coastal zone 4470-009-059 and Multiple APNs which contain portions of a private driveway including 4470-009-001, 4470-009-018, 4470-009-060, 4470-009-025, 4470-009-025, 4470-009-024, 4470-009-023, 4470-009-022, 4470-009-027, 4470-009-026, 4470-009-057, 4470-009-058, 4470-009-031, 4470-009-016 Rural Residential-Five Acre (RR-5) Laura Hanson Design Rajiv and Leena Dulepet and Property Owners who have underlying ownership of portions of the private driveway including Steinabach Ventures, LLC, Timothy H. Young, Bindra Devinder S. Trust, Randolph Chew S. Co. Trust, John and Ethel Phipps P. Trust, James P. Whalen, Silvia Donahue Trust, West PCH Property, LLC, Radcliffe Palisades, LLC, Schoellkopf Family Trust, and Daphne Polk Trust City Council Categorical Exemption CEQA Guidelines Sections 15303(a) and (e) Stephanie Hawner, Senior Planner (310) 456-2489, Extension 276 firstname.lastname@example.org _________________________________________________________ For the projects identified above with a categorical exemption for environmental review, pursuant to the authority and criteria contained in the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the Planning Director has analyzed these proposed projects and found that they are listed among the classes of projects that have been determined not to have a significant adverse effect on the environment. Therefore, the projects are categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA. The Planning Director has further determined that none of the six exceptions to the use of a categorical exemption apply to these projects (CEQA Guidelines Section 15300.2). A written staff report will be available at or before the hearing for the projects. All persons wishing to address the Commission regarding these matters will be afforded an opportunity in accordance with the Commission’s procedures. Copies of all related documents are available for review at City Hall during regular business hours. Written comments may be presented to the Planning Commission at any time prior to the beginning of the public hearing. LOCAL APPEAL – A decision of the Planning Commission may be appealed to the City Council by an aggrieved person by written statement setting forth the grounds for appeal. An appeal shall be filed with the City Clerk within ten days following the date of action for which the appeal is made and shall be accompanied by an appeal form and filing fee, as specified by the City Council. Appeal forms may be found online at www.malibucity.org/planningforms or in person at City Hall, or by calling (310) 456-2489, extension 245. COASTAL COMMISSION APPEAL – For projects appealable to the Coastal Commission, an aggrieved person may appeal the Planning Commission’s approval to the Coastal Commission within 10 working days of the issuance of the City’s Notice of Final Action. Appeal forms may be found online at www.coastal.ca.gov or in person at the Coastal Commission South Central Coast District office located at 89 South California Street in Ventura, or by calling 805-585-1800. Such an appeal must be filed with the Coastal Commission, not the City. Commission’s approval to the Coastal Commission within 10 working days of the issuance of the City’s Notice of Final Action. Appeal forms may be found online at www.coastal.ca.gov or in person at the Coastal Commission South Central Coast District office located at 89 South California Street in Ventura, or by calling 805-585-1800. Such an appeal must be filed with the Coastal Commission, not the City. IF YOU CHALLENGE THE CITY’S ACTION IN COURT, YOU MAY BE LIMITED TO RAISING ONLY THOSE ISSUES YOU OR SOMEONE ELSE RAISED AT THE PUBLIC HEARING DE- SCRIBED IN THIS NOTICE, OR IN WRITTEN CORRESPON- DENCE DELIVERED TO THE CITY, AT OR PRIOR TO THE PUBLIC HEARING. _________________________________________ BONNIE BLUE, Planning Director Publish Date: November 9, 2017 Support Your Local Hometown Newspaper AND ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS OR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TODAY! CALL FOR CLASSIFIEDS! 708-326-9170 MALIBU SURFSIDE NEWS Deadline Thursdays at 3pm