MALIBU—According to the minutes and agenda from the Thursday, January 28, Malibu City Council meeting, councilmembers were voted and appointed on a select number of subcommittees for the purpose to improve all aspects of the city. Every first meeting in January, Malibu councilmembers fill in for subcommittees and in 2021, details have been released of the list of subcommittees and councilmembers on them.
The list of subcommittee include:
- Administration and Finance
- Environmental Sustainability
- Parks and Recreation
- Public Safety
- Zoning Ordinance Revisions and Code Enforcement Subcommittee (ZORACES)
Malibu Mayor Mikke Pierson who has the longest city council experience was voted onto eight subcommittees. Newly elected councilmember Bruce Silverstein was voted to serve on two subcommittees.
Some subcommittees remained vacant until deemed necessary to dedicate time to meet and address, such as parks and recreation, public safety and public works. In addition to the subcommittees listed, there are other committees from outside agencies, such as Pacific Coast Highway Taskforce, California Joint Powers Insurance Authority, and Clean Power Alliance of Southern California, which the councilmembers were also voted and appointed on.
According to malibucity.org, the filled committees will adjourn at different dates as appointed councilmembers will require time to meet on an as-needed basis.
To view and participate input on any of the subcommittees or for more information on Malibu City Council meetings, visit http://malibucity.org/VirtualMeeting.