The Malibu City Council is expected to give a two year extension to a contract with a company that manages filming permits for productions within the city on Monday.
From July 2011 to July 2012, Solid Waste Solutions issued 611 permits for filming through the Malibu Film Office, according to a city agenda report prepared by Assistant City Manager Reva Feldman.
"They have consistently managed the complicated film permit process exceptionally well for the city," the report states.
The council first approved a contract with Thousand Oaks-based Solid Waste Solutions in 2005 with extensions every couple of years. The current renewal would extend the contract through January 2015.
The city expects the permits will generate $345,000 in revenue, but the consulting firm will require up to $250,000 in expenses, according to the report.
Malibu is a popular destination for filming in the Los Angeles area, and Point Dume State Beach was named among the most popular locations for filming last year.
The meeting is set for 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14 at Malibu City Hall.