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Los Angeles County, CA April 10, 2012 Election
Member of the City Council; City of Malibu Voter Information

Results as of Apr 30 6:54pm

Official Results

Candidates (Vote for 3)

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Skylar Peak Click here for more information about this candidate 1658 votes 24.0%

  • Occupation: Business Owner
  • Commissioner, City of Malibu Parks and Recreation Commission
  • Commissioner, City of Malibu Wastewater Advisory Committee
  • Lifeguard, L.A. County Fire Department - Zuma Beach
  • Board of Directors, Boys & Girls Club of Malibu
  • Small Business Owner, Peak Power Electric
  • Professional Surf Instructor
  • PCH Safety: Making PCH safer for the 13,000+ residents and 13,000,000+ visitors traveling on this highway regularly.
  • Preserve Malibu: Retail diversification ordinance to support & promote new and existing locally-owned and operated businesses.
  • Public Safety: Work with the L.A. County Fire Dept. & Sheriff's Dept. to develop more effective emergency plans.
John Sibert 1290 votes 18.7% Joan House Click here for more information about this candidate 1146 votes 16.6%
  • Occupation: retired teacher
  • Member of Malibu City Council 1992-2004
  • Member of Planning commission 2006-2012
  • Vice-Chair General Plan Task Force
  • Member of the Los Angeles Public Safety Commission
  • Preserve Malibu's natural and cultural resources
  • Build a budget reserve equal to a year's general fund revenue
  • Remodel the Michael Landon Recreation center to better serve the community
Hans Laetz Click here for more information about this candidate 768 votes 11.1%
  • Occupation: Journalist/Environmental Analyst
  • BA, MA, JD (law degree)
  • News editor at ABC7, KTLA, CBS2 and CBS News.
  • 15-year homeowner in Malibu Park
  • Won changes at Trancas, including 7-acre wild park
  • Won $12m from cell companies for powerpole repairs in Malibu Canyon
  • Won sign changes and other improvements on Kanan Dume Road
  • Public safety first: make PCH safer for cars, pedestrians and bikes. Fix the water system.
  • Local control: make the city act responsibly to take control from outside agencies like Coastal and Caltrans
  • Preserve and enhance the Malibu Way of Life: we are a rural beach town, not Laguna, not Calabasas, not Rodeo Drive.
Hamish Patterson 748 votes 10.8% Andy Lyon 694 votes 10.0% K. Missy (McSweeney) Zeitsoff Click here for more information about this candidate 611 votes 8.8%
  • Occupation: teacher
  • UCLA-B.A. English/Speech
  • UCLA-School of Ed-Secondary Credential
  • Founding Malibu City Councilmember
  • Woman of the Year Assembly District 41/1995
  • Malibu Times Dolphin Citizen Award
  • PTSA Honorary Service Award
  • Stop the proposed Lagoon and Sewer Projects; Retail Diversification Ordinance
  • Public Safety- Wildfire Prep, PCH, road repairs citywide, more LASD
  • View Restoration Ordinance; Separation of SMMUSD, SkatePark,, ,

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