Archive for September, 2016

Palisades Library Offers Free Subject Tutors for Students

This past summer at the Palisades Branch Library, teen volunteers were available to work with younger students. Because
Buildings demolished on Swarthmore in Pacific Palisades on Sept. 6, 2016.

Pacific Palisades Caruso Project Building Demolition Begins on Swarthmore; City Schedules Meeting on Tree Removal Permit

It has begun. Palisades Village CA demolition on the existing buildings on Swarthmore started with Mayberry first, the

Rezoning: What You Need to Know

By Mike Bonin City Councilman, 11th District (Editor’s note: the following zoning information was sent via email from
Photo: Malibu Orchid Society

Malibu Orchid Society to Discuss the Unique Coelogyne Orchid

The Malibu Orchid Society will holds its monthly meeting at the Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club on Tuesday, Septem
Palisades Crime: Suspect Enters Backyard With Strange Request

Palisades Crime: Suspect Enters Backyard With Strange Request

The following Sept. 5, 2016 crime report was supplied by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore of the West L.A. Divisio
PaliHi Middle linebacker Noah Karp makes the tackle.  Photo: Drew Vaupen

Palisades Overpowers Sylmar, 21-7

The Dolphins traveled to Sylmar Thursday night, Sept. 1 and came away with a 21-7 victory. “For us to go on the road a
Credit: Sue Pascoe

California Incline Opens for Labor Day

Santa Monica Mayor Tony Vazquez welcomed the media and neighbors that had gathered at the top of the California Incline
Scene from fatal traffic collision between a vehicle and bicyclist at PCH and Temescal Canyon Road on Sept. 1, 2016. Credit: Palisades Patrol

Bicyclist Killed in PCH Hit-and-Run in Pacific Palisades

One person was killed Thursday evening, Sept. 1, at approximately 10:50 p.m. at the intersection of PCH and Temescal Can