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Viewpoint: The Real Graduation Speech

Viewpoint: The Real Graduation Speech

By Jeline Schy Special to the Palisades News (Editor’s note: Jeline was one of Palisades High School’s graduation sp
LA City Attorney Mike Feuer. Credit: lacityattorney.org.

Viewpoint: Mike Feuer Asked about Palisades Design Review Board Emails

At the Pacific Palisades Community Council meeting on June 22, City Attorney Mike Feuer spoke for about 25 minutes on hi
Viewpoint: Homeless Mentally Ill Need Dedicated Help

Viewpoint: Homeless Mentally Ill Need Dedicated Help

By Sue Pascoe Editor The wet spot grew down his jeans. I felt awful and embarrassed for him, as I watched this grown man
Credit: Sue Pascoe

Viewpoint: The Value of Opportunity

(The following speech was delivered by a graduating senior at the Palisades High School commencement ceremony on June 8.
Credit: The Los Angeles Department of Neighborhood Empowerment.

Viewpoint: Pacific Palisades Community Council vs. a Certified Neighborhood Council

By Gina Ladinsky Special to the Palisades News When I discovered the Pacific Palisades Community Council was not a city
Michelle Burns

Viewpoint: Consider Adoption or Foster Care

By Michelle Burns Special to the Palisades News Many people in our community are unaware of the issue of children in&nbs
Credit: Nick Melvoin for School Board Facebook page.

Viewpoint: Nick Melvoin’s Election Boosts LAUSD Charter Schools

By Joe Halper Special to the Palisades News The May 16 runoff election for the L.A. Unified School District Board seat b
Maryam Zar is the new Community Council president.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Viewpoint: Pacific Palisades Community Council Advantages Highlighted

By Maryam Zar Community Council President I very much enjoyed your light-hearted review of our recent PPCC meeting. 
Sue Pascoe (left) and Don Scott watch as PaliHi College Counselors Ruth Grubbs and Diane Hurst (right) accept a check to help students with college extras. Photo: Rich Wilken

Viewpoint: Kudos for the ‘Off to College’ Fund

By Sue Pascoe Editor Resident Dan Clement, the founder of College Bound Today, shared a May 12 New York Times