A controversial county plan to build a regional sewer system in Malibu will be discussed at a public forum with county officials Monday, Malibu civic leaders said.
Fred Daberko, a spokesman for the Malibu Township Council, which represents 1,000 homeowners, said he hopes the question-and-answer session "will answer a lot of fears and concerns this community has about the sewer plan."
Daberko said county attorneys and a field deputy for Supervisor Deane Dana will attend, as well as county staff members familiar with engineering and sewerage.
The forum will be begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Malibu Civic Center community room, 25319 Civic Center Way.
The county plan to build a regional sewer system has been hotly disputed by some Malibu residents, who claim that sewer construction would lead to widespread commercial development.