Fred Gaines to Receive Calabasas’ Highest Honor

The Calabasas Chamber of Commerce will present the city’s highest honor to Calabasas Mayor Pro Tem Fred Gaines. He will receive the prestigious Bill Van Gieson “Spirit of Calabasas” Award […]

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The Local “Go-To” Guy

Calabasas City Councilman, Fred Gaines Serving in elected office on a more local level is helpful “in achieving things for people that have a direct impact on the community that […]

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The Valley 200

The Most Influental Leaders in the San Fernando, Conejo, Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys

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Malibu’s rich and famous are about to live next to a cemetery

It’s one of the most beautiful parcels of land in America: a stretch of grassy cliff in Malibu along the legendary “Queen’s Necklace” coast that starts in Santa Monica and […]

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Would More Development on the Coast Be Such a Bad Thing?

For Charles Lester, it must have felt like a strange way to get fired. The gym was packed on Feb. 10 with hundreds of people: environmentalists in Patagonia fleeces, surfers […]

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Another battle brews as Coastal Commission looks to hire new director

The search for a replacement for Charles Lester promises to be contentious, after last night’s firing of the top executive of the California Coastal Commission. The powerful agency that manages […]

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Californians Fight Over Whether Coast Should Be Rugged or Refined

LOS ANGELES — It has been one of the most powerful governmental agencies in the nation, with sweeping powers to determine what gets built, or does not get built, on […]

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Big turnout is expected at a showdown over the Coastal Commission chief’s future

For more than four decades, the California Coastal Commission has policed land use and preserved public access along more than 1,100 miles of shoreline — some of the most valuable […]

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Fred Gaines – Trusted Advisor 2015 Honoree

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City of Malibu Loses Low Income Housing Lawsuit

From www.malibutimes.com A judge decided guesthouses may not count as low income housing. Does bunking the nanny in the pool house constitute low income housing? A decision in L.A. County […]

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