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Malibu volunteers to begin issuing parking tickets Thursday: Vote in our poll




Daniel Villefort shows off his VOP uniform, which features the LA County Sheriffs Department and City of Malibu emblems, along with his name.
Daniel Villefort shows off his VOP uniform, which features the LA County Sheriffs Department and City of Malibu emblems, along with his name.
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Daniel Villefort shows off his VOP uniform, which features the LA County Sheriffs Department and City of Malibu emblems, along with his name.
Daniel and Denise Villefort are the de facto leaders of the Volunteers on Patrol, assisting the sheriffs department and acting as general ambassadors for the city of Malibu.
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Daniel Villefort shows off his VOP uniform, which features the LA County Sheriffs Department and City of Malibu emblems, along with his name.
A Malibu city parking warning. On Thursday, the Volunteers on Patrol will begin issuing real tickets.
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Daniel Villefort shows off his VOP uniform, which features the LA County Sheriffs Department and City of Malibu emblems, along with his name.
A well-chalked tire. If the chalk remains in the same position after 3 hours, the car would get a ticket.
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If you've ever tried parking along Malibu's beaches on a sunny weekend, you know it's not easy. The city is very aware of the problems this causes. Officials are trying something new when it comes to monitoring and policing beach parking, they're changing who holds the citation books. 

KPCC's Eric Zassenhaus has this report.

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