The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved waiving L.A. County Waterworks District 29 (WWD29) water infrastructure improvement fees for customers, including Malibu residents, who were displaced by the Woolsey Fire and are rebuilding their homes, as long as they are seeking a similarly-sized water service.

“The last eight months have been severely challenging for many residents as they try to re-establish their lives and their homes after the devastating Woolsey Fire. My office is working to reduce the difficulty, expense and time for re-building. That’s why I am grateful to my colleagues on the Board of Supervisors for joining me in waiving these Waterworks District 29 fees which will make the rebuilding process a little less costly,” said Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, whose district includes Malibu.

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