Archive for May, 2017

This dying box alder tree was infected by the fungus left by the shot hole borer. Photos: Eskalen Lab

Help Save Our Trees in Pacific Palisades

Possible Infestation In order to help stop the polyphagous shot hole borer beetle, UC Riverside’s Eskalen Lab suggests
(Left to right) Chad Sahley, Sam Michie and Steve Heineman launched Social Bluebook.

Palisadian’s Company Connects Social Media ‘Influencers’

By Sue Pascoe  Editor A YouTube star has a million subscribers. How much should a company pay that person to be a s
Palisades Crime: 3 Stolen Vehicles, Victim Conned Out of Nearly $2k in Gift Card Codes

Palisades Crime: 3 Stolen Vehicles, Victim Conned Out of Nearly $2k in Gift Card Codes

The following May 30, 2017 crime report was supplied by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore of the West L.A. Division
This eucalyptus tree at the Recreation Center is dead and will be removed.

Disappearing Trees in L.A. County Caused by Mansionization

The remodeling of single-family homes, including the controversial practice known as mansionization, has resulted in the
Jeaneen and Mikaila Fabbro display their candles.
Photo: Wendy Price Anderson

Fabbros Family Starts a Candle Business in Pacific Palisades

By Wendy Price Anderson Special to the Palisades News Mikaila and Jeaneen Fabbro have always been extremely close. Unlik
The Earlham property under dispute is located between Friends Street (to the left) and Potrero Canyon (right). The dirt fill from the Caruso Village Project can be seen in Potrero Canyon.

Palisades News Letters: Side with Earlham Neighbors

Side with Earlham Neighbors Regarding your May 3 article, I discovered a 2003 Journal of Geophysical Research report,
Credit: Palisades Patrol

5 Homes Evacuated During 55-Acre Brentwood Brush Fire

More than 150 Los Angeles firefighters contained a brush fire in the hills of Brentwood that began at approximately
The first residence to receive a platinum rating from the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED for Homes program, this two-story, 2,500-square-foot home is composed of 11 modules that were crafted in a factory and constructed on site in just eight hours. Photo courtesy LivingHomes

LivingHome Features A Modular System

By Libby Motika Palisades News Contributor Steve Glenn founded LivingHomes with one goal in mind. He wanted to construct

Michael Edlen: Alternative to Paying Capital Gains

By Michael Edlen Special to the Palisades News I am frequently asked if there is a way to sell a long-held family home w