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28 | January 25, 2018 | Malibu surfside news Sports malibusurfsidenews.com Athlete of the Week 10 Questions with Matt Miller Matt Miller, 15, is a sophomore who plays guard for Malibu boys basketball. How did you first get into basketball? I first started playing when I was in elementary school but I was never serious about it. In middle school, I started to get serious about basketball and grew away from playing multiple sports and focused on basketball. What are you most looking forward to this season? I’m looking forward to our team’s success. I think we have a lot of potential and can compete with good teams we may have to face in CIF. What do you like about going to school in Malibu? I like how I know almost everyone in my grade and play basketball with many of the people I’m friends with. Is there one area you’re most looking to improve your game this year? I really want to work on my defense. It’s the weakest part of my game to me. I know that there are going to be situations where I’m going to be guarding someone one on one and I need to get a stop. I don’t feel like I can do that consistently where I can always be trusted in defense. Did you have a favorite player growing up? I’ve been a fan of Kevin Durant since before he won MVP. I think his ability to do almost everything on the court is amazing. I also like Chris Paul and how he is great all around player and makes his teammates better. What are your hobbies outside of Photo Submitted basketball? I really enjoy traveling. It’s fun to experience new places and different cultures. Where in the world would you most like to travel? It would be awesome to go to Europe. My family and I are trying to go in a few years. How do you like playing for coach Richard Harris? I enjoy playing for him. I really like how he wants us to win and become better players. Do you have any game day rituals or superstitions? Not really, I just try to be focused on the game. What’s your favorite subject in school? I have always liked history. I think it connects to the reason I like traveling. I love to learn about places. I also find geography very interesting. Interview by Freelance Reporter Ryan Flynn Pepperdine Athletics Women’s tennis repeats as conference favorite The sixth-ranked Pepperdine women’s tennis team was selected as the West Coast Conference favorite for the fourth consecutive year, the league office announced on Jan. 17. Four from the women’s team and one from the men’s team were also selected to the All-WCC Preseason teams. The women were selected unanimously to finish first by the conference coaches. The Waves collected 81 points to take the top spot, a year after winning their fifth straight WCC Championship and 13th title in the last 15 years. The team also advanced to the NCAA tournament for the 30thstraight season. Seniors Laura Gulbe and Mayar Sherif, junior Luisa Stefani and sophomore Ashley Lahey are represented on the seven-person All-WCC Preseason team. This season, Lahey is ranked 28th nationally with a 9-1 overall record, including a 3-1 record against nationally ranked opposition. Sherif ranks 31st and has posted a 9-4 record with a 3-2 record against nationally ranked competition. Gulbe is ranked 57th and has gone 11-5 this season for the Waves thus far, including an even 2-2 record against ranked opponents. Stefani did not play last fall for Pepperdine, but has returned for the spring. Last season, she went 26-10 overall and 15-6 against ranked opponents to reach a career-high ranking of No. 2 throughout the season. Pedro Iamachkine was also selected to the All- WCC Preseason Team for the men. Iamachkine went 1-2 in the fall to open the 2017-18 campaign. Last season, he produced a 21- 11 overall record and a 13-7 record in dual action. Pepperdine was picked to finish second after a solid runner-up performance in the WCC Championship final last season. In the last 13 seasons, the Waves have won the WCC title 10 times dating back to 2003- 10 and 2012-13. The team finished as runners-up in the conference tournament last season, after putting in a big run for the crown. WOMEN’S TENNIS Waves compete at Hawai’i Invitational The women’s tennis team opened the Hawai’i Invitational at the UH Tennis Complex on Jan. 17, winning all six singles matches by two-set decisions. Luisa Stefani made her junior-debut with a twoset win (6-2, 6-4) over seventh-ranked Samantha Harris of ninth-ranked Duke. Also winning singles matches were Pepperdine’s Ashley Lahey, Mayar Sherif, Dzina Milovanovic, Laura Gulbe and Evgeniya Levashova. On the doubles side, Waves Lahey and Adrijana Lekaj defeated Klara Pribylova/Nikola Dolakova (of Hawaii) 6-2, Duke’s Harris and Kelly Chen defeated Pepperdine’s Levashova and Milovanovic 7-5, and Duke’s Kaitlyn McCarthy and Ellyse Hamlin beat Waves Luisa Stefani and Sherif 6-4. The tournament between Pepperdine, Hawai’i and Duke was in a round-robin format, featuring a series of singles and doubles matches played over two days. SWIM AND DIVE Sneden named Athlete of the Week After a strong performance at the Lions Cup the weekend prior, Julia Sneden, of the women’s swim and dive team, was named the Pacific Collegiate Swim and Dive Conference Athlete of the Week on Jan. 16. It is her second such honor this year. Sneden was Pepperdine’s top scorer at the Lions Cup, earning 41.5 points total. She placed first in two of her three individual events, swimming the 200 individual medley in 2 minutes, 13.16 seconds and the 100 fly in 58.62 seconds. Additionally, she placed second in the 100 IM, swimming a personal best time of 1:01.50, which also took second place in the Pepperdine women’s record book. In addition, she was on the first-place medley relay team, swam a 54.73 leg of the 400-free relay and helped all five Pepperdine relays place in the Top 3. She is Pepperdine’s first two-time winner of the award this season, and joins Taylor Basin and Amy Griffin, who won the award on Dec. 6 and Oct. 10, respectively. Information from Pepperdine University and www.pep perdinewaves.com. Compiled by Editor Lauren Coughlin, lauren@malibusurfsidenews. com.

COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 17-023, WIRELESS COM- MUNICATIONS FACILITY NO. 16-010, AND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. Appealable to: City Council and Coastal Commission 16-053 - An application for the Southern California Gas Company to install a Environmental Review: Categorical Exemption new 28-foot high wood pole and attach advanced meter mechanical equipment at CEQA Guidelines Sections 15303(d) and 15302(e) malibusurfsidenews.com a height of 24 feet and two antennas at a height of 28 feet, including a site plan Application Filed: November 10, 2016 Classifieds Malibu surfside news | January 25, 2018 | 29 review to place a wireless communications facility within the public Case Planner: Adrian Fernandez, Senior Planner 6703 Legal Notices 6703 Legal Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY OF MALIBU PLANNING COMMISSION The Malibu Planning Commission will hold public hearings on T UESDAY, February 20, 2018, 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. 17-013, WIRELESS COM- MUNICATIONS FACILITY NO. 16-021, AND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 16-065 - An application for the Southern California Gas Company to install a new 28-foot high wood pole and attach advanced meter mechanical equipment at a height of 24 feet and two antennas at a height of 28 feet, including a site plan review to place a wireless communications facility within the public right-of-way located at 31759.5 Pacific Coast Highway (Site Number NI 194-C) Location: 31759.5 Pacific Coast Highway, not within the appealable coastal zone, within the public right-of-way Nearest APN: 4470-008-012 Nearest Zoning: Rural Residential-Ten Acre (RR-10) Applicant: Southern California Gas Company Owner: City of Malibu Public Right-of-Way Appealable to: City Council Environmental Review: Application Filed: November 15, 2016 Case Planner: Categorical Exemption CEQA Guidelines Sections 15303(d) and 15302(e) Adrian Fernandez, Senior Planner (310) 456-2489, Extension 482 afernandez@malibucity.org COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 17-017, WIRELESS COM- MUNICATIONS FACILITY NO. 16-027, AND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 16-072 - An application for the Southern California Gas Company to install a new 28-foot high wood pole and attach advanced meter mechanical equipment at a height of 24 feet and two antennas at a height of 28 feet, including a site plan review to place a wireless communications facility within the public right-of-way located at 7153.5 Fernhill Drive (Site Number NI 150-B) Location: 7153.5 Fernhill Drive, within the appealable coastal zone, within the public right-of-way Nearest APN: 4466-013-011 Nearest Zoning: Rural Residential-One Acre (RR-1) Applicant: Southern California Gas Company Owner: City of Malibu Public Right-of-Way Appealable to: City Council and Coastal Commission Environmental Review: Application Filed: November 15, 2016 Case Planner: Categorical Exemption CEQA Guidelines Sections 15303(d) and 15302(e) Adrian Fernandez, Senior Planner (310) 456-2489, Extension 482 afernandez@malibucity.org COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 17-019, WIRELESS COM- MUNICATIONS FACILITY NO. 16-025, AND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 16-070 - An application for the Southern California Gas Company to install a new 28-foot high wood pole and attach advanced meter mechanical equipment at a height of 24 feet and two antennas at a height of 28 feet, including a site plan review to place a wireless communications facility within the public right-of-way located at 62185.5 Latigo Canyon Road (Site Number NI 184-D) Location: 6218.5 Latigo Canyon Road not within the appealable coastal zone, within the public right-of-way Nearest APN: 4459-004-004 Nearest Zoning: Rural Residential-Forty Acre (RR-40) Applicant: Southern California Gas Company Owner: City of Malibu Public Right-of-Way Appealable to: City Council Environmental Review: Application Filed: November 15, 2016 Case Planner: Categorical Exemption CEQA Guidelines Sections 15303(d) and 15302(e) Adrian Fernandez, Senior Planner (310) 456-2489, Extension 482 afernandez@malibucity.org COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 17-023, WIRELESS COM- MUNICATIONS FACILITY NO. 16-010, AND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 16-053 - An application for the Southern California Gas Company to install a new 28-foot high wood pole and attach advanced meter mechanical equipment at a height of 24 feet and two antennas at a height of 28 feet, including a site plan review to place a wireless communications facility within the public right-of-way located at 20685.5 Pacific Coast Highway (Site Number NI add20-G) Location: 20685.5 Pacific Coast Highway within the appealable coastal zone, within the public right-of-way Nearest APN: 4450-017-008 Nearest Zoning: Rural Residential-Twenty Acre (RR-20) Applicant: Southern California Gas Company Owner: City of Malibu Public Right-of-Way Appealable to: City Council and Coastal Commission Environmental Review: Application Filed: November 10, 2016 Case Planner: Categorical Exemption CEQA Guidelines Sections 15303(d) and 15302(e) Adrian Fernandez, Senior Planner (310) 456-2489, Extension 482 afernandez@malibucity.org right-of-way located at 20685.5 Pacific Coast Highway (Site Number NI add20-G) Location: 20685.5 Pacific Coast Highway within the appealable coastal zone, within the public right-of-way Nearest APN: 4450-017-008 Nearest Zoning: Rural Residential-Twenty Acre (RR-20) Applicant: Southern California Gas Company Owner: City of Malibu Public Right-of-Way Appealable to: City Council and Coastal Commission Environmental Review: Categorical Exemption CEQA Guidelines Sections 15303(d) and 15302(e) Application Filed: November 10, 2016 Case Planner: Adrian Fernandez, Senior Planner (310) 456-2489, Extension 482 afernandez@malibucity.org COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 17-024, WIRELESS COM- MUNICATIONS FACILITY NO. 16-018, AND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 16-061 - An application for the Southern California Gas Company to install a new 28-foot high wood pole and attach advanced meter mechanical equipment at a height of 24 feet and two antennas at a height of 28 feet, including a site plan review to place a wireless communications facility within the public right-of-way located at 3960.5 Rambla Pacifico Street (Site Number NI 173-B) Location: 3960.5 Rambla Pacifico Street within the appealable coastal zone, within the public right-of-way Nearest APN: 4451-020-010 Nearest Zoning: Multi-Family (MF) Applicant: Southern California Gas Company Owner: City of Malibu Public Right-of-Way Appealable to: City Council and Coastal Commission Environmental Review: Application Filed: November 10, 2016 Case Planner: Categorical Exemption CEQA Guidelines Sections 15303(d) and 15302(e) Adrian Fernandez, Senior Planner (310) 456-2489, Extension 482 afernandez@malibucity.org COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 17-025, WIRELESS COM- MUNICATIONS FACILITY NO. 16-011, AND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 16-054 - An application for the Southern California Gas Company to install a new 28-foot high wood pole and attach advanced meter mechanical equipment at a height of 24 feet and two antennas at a height of 28 feet, including a site plan review to place a wireless communications facility within the public right-of-way located at 18801.5 Pacific Coast Highway (Site Number NI 171-D) Location: 18801.5 Pacific Coast Highway within the appealable coastal zone, within the public right-of-way Nearest APN: 4449-009-006 Nearest Zoning: Rural Residential-Forty Acre (RR-40) Applicant: Southern California Gas Company Owner: City of Malibu Public Right-of-Way Appealable to: City Council and Coastal Commission Environmental Review: Application Filed: November 10, 2016 Case Planner: Categorical Exemption CEQA Guidelines Sections 15303(d) and 15302(e) Adrian Fernandez, Senior Planner (310) 456-2489, Extension 482 afernandez@malibucity.org COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 17-031, WIRELESS COM- MUNICATIONS FACILITY NO. 16-016, AND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 16-059 - An application for the Southern California Gas Company to install a new 28-foot high wood pole and attach advanced meter mechanical equipment at a height of 24 feet and two antennas at a height of 28 feet, including a site plan review to place a wireless communications facility within the public right-of-way located at 7144.5 Birdview Avenue (Site Number NI 185-C) Location: 7144.5 Birdview Avenue within the appealable coastal zone, within the public right-of-way Nearest APN: 4468-005-002 Nearest Zoning: Rural Residential-One Acre (RR-1) Applicant: Southern California Gas Company Owner: City of Malibu Public Right-of-Way Appealable to: City Council and Coastal Commission Environmental Review: Application Filed: November 10, 2016 Case Planner: Categorical Exemption CEQA Guidelines Sections 15303(d) and 15302(e) Adrian Fernandez, Senior Planner (310) 456-2489, Extension 482 afernandez@malibucity.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 ap- Applicant: Owner: 5004 Employment Opportunities PAID IN ADVANCE! Make $1000/week mailing brochures from home! No exp. req. Helping home workers since 2001! Genuine opportunity. Start immediately! www.MailingTeam.net Become a published author! Publications sold at all major secular & specialty Christian bookstores. CALL Christian Faith Publishing for your FREE author submission kit. 1-855-506-8377 5007 Education Training AIRLINE MECHANIC TRAINING – Get FAA Technician certification. 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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. 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 DESCRIBED IN THIS NOTICE, OR IN WRITTEN CORRESPONDENCE DELIVERED TO THE CITY, AT OR PRIOR TO THE PUBLIC HEARING. _________________________________________ BONNIE BLUE, Planning Director Publish Date: January 25, 2018 Help Wanted 5009 Financial Advertise your RENTAL PROPERTY in the newspaper people turn to first CALL US TODAY: 708.326.9170 www.22ndcenturymedia.com LIFELOCK Identity Theft Protection. Do not Wait! Start Guarding Your Identity Today. 3 layers of protection. Detect, Alert, Restore. Receive 10% off. Call for Details 1-855-399-7913

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