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Viewpoint: Pacific Palisades Community Council’s CUP Positions Explained

Viewpoint: Pacific Palisades Community Council’s CUP Positions Explained

By Maryam Zar Pacific Palisades Community Council president We live in a police state,” was the last thing I heard as
Councilman Mike Bonin
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

But Councilman Bonin, You Promised!

By Josh and Eric Preven  Special to the Palisades News (This article first appeared on CityWatch August 17. It is r
This was the Pretty Blonde’s “home” in the parkland below Via de las Olas, where camping is prohibited. Photo: Sharon Kilbride

Viewpoint: Lack of Resources for Mentally Ill

By Dr. Stephen Read Special to the Palisades News (Editor’s note: The following letter was sent to Nancy Klopper, the
Viewpoint: Palisades Restaurants Should Have a Choice

Viewpoint: Palisades Restaurants Should Have a Choice

By Julia Richardson Special to the Palisades News I’ve lived in Pacific Palisades for 15 years. Last month, I attended

Viewpoint: Girls and Boys, Math and Reading

By Sue Pascoe Editor When my three children attended public schools in Pacific Palisades, there were two subjects I felt

Viewpoint: Fighting Baseless Hatred

By Rabbi Carrie Vogel Special to the Palisades News In the Talmud, our sages question why God decided to create one set
Viewpoint: Alcohol, Restaurants and Teens in the Palisades

Viewpoint: Alcohol, Restaurants and Teens in the Palisades

For those who regularly attend Pacific Palisades Community Council (PPCC) meetings, the prolonged arguments about alcoho
This “bike rack” along Temescal Canyon Road was placed after a biker was killed on that roadway. According to the City, that fatality was scored as three in determining dangerous roadways. If a motorist had been killed in that spot, it would only score a one.

Biker Lives Count for More than Motorists

By Eric Preven & Joshua Preven Special to the Palisades News (Editor’s note: The following article, “Biker Lives
Construction stopped at the house at 16815 Bollinger in April when the Coastal Exemption was declared invalid because instead of a remodel it became new construction.

Viewpoint: Treat Our Town Like Your Home

By Lou Kramer Special to the Palisades News The mansionization and commercialization of Pacific Palisades is a polarizin