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The city proposes to stabilize the top of Asilomar Bluffs with a dirt and concrete mix- ture. The middle and bottom of the hill belong to different property owners.

Pacific Palisades Heard About Town: Second-Hand Smoke

Second-Hand Smoke I am in the back of my house at my desk, and I smell pot. I walk to the front of my house, go outside,
Kelly Comras

Palisadians On the Move: Kelly Comras

Kelly Comras, an award-winning landscape architect and a member of the State Bar of California, has become a Fellow of t
Team Five, which searched the parkland below Via de las Olas bluffs, included Officer Rusty Redican, social workers Maureen Rivas and Glanda Sherman and Officer Jimmy Soliman. Photo: Sharon Kilbride

Volunteers Needed for Pacific Palisades Homeless Count

Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness board members Kim Clary and David Morena wrote in a January 2 email to the
In December, the Palisades BID hosted a luncheon for first responders, Chrysalis and members of the Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness at Piccolo Ritrovo on Sunset.

Palisades BID Details 2018 Budget

By Sue Pascoe Editor The Pacific Palisades Business Improvement District (BID) board held its monthly meeting on Dec. 6
Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association Reports Decrease in Transients

Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association Reports Decrease in Transients

At the Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association meeting on January 9, Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness (PPTFH)
The Pacific Palisades Parks Advisory Board meeting on July 6.

Palisades Park Board to Meet January 17

The Park Advisory Board will hold its quarterly meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, January 17, in the small gym at the Pali
Susan Payne, president of the Pacific Palisades Chamber of Commerce

Pacific Palisades Chamber of Commerce President Talks About 2018 (Video)

By Sue Pascoe Editor Pacific Palisades Chamber of Commerce President Susan Payne talks to the News in late December 2017
This was the Pretty Blonde’s “home” in the parkland below Via de las Olas, where camping is prohibited. Photo: Sharon Kilbride

Palisades News Letters: Thanks for Helping the ‘Pretty Blonde’

(Editor’s note: Nancy Klopper, who was honored with the Pride of the Palisades award for her part in helping the “Pr
Two cats with differing IQs were rescued from a tree by a specialized animal rescue team. Gunnar here taught himself to use the toilet.

Two Rescued Pacific Palisades Cats Have Different Stories

Jeaneen and Mika Fabbro, who live in Tahitian Terrace overlooking the ocean, have two cats of far differing IQ’s. Five