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Los Angeles’ Lucrative Trash Deal Draws Pacific Palisades’ Ire

Los Angeles’ Lucrative Trash Deal Draws Pacific Palisades’ Ire

The Los Angeles City Council has awarded 10-year contracts to seven trash companies and their subcontractors. In exchang
Community Council board members at the June 23 meeting included (left to right) Reza Akof (Area 8—Riviera), Peter Culhane (Area 2—Highlands), Richard Cohen (treasurer), Jennifer Malaret (secretary), Chris Spitz (outgoing president) and Maryam Zar (incoming president).

Viewpoint: ‘Enjoying’ a Pacific Palisades Community Council Meeting

By Sue Pascoe Editor For the 25,000 or so people who live in Pacific Palisades, but couldn’t make it to the Pacific Pa
The hauling is almost complete so that the construction of the underground parking can begin.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Viewpoint: Caruso Project Hazardous Materials Report Request Sent to Councilman Bonin

By Donna Vaccarino (Editor’s note: The following was sent to Debbie Dyner-Harris in Councilman Mike Bonin’s Office a
Rick Caruso, Archbishop José H. Gomez and Tina Caruso at the Cardinal’s Awards dinner on March 11. Photo: Justin Hornick/Archdiocese of Los Angeles

Rick Caruso Receives Papal Honor

Rick Caruso, CEO and founder of Caruso Affiliated, and founder of the Caruso Family Foundation, received the Cardinal’
Advertising signs in the Palisades business districts have to be approved by the Design Review Board and follow the Pacific Palisades Commercial Village Neighborhoods Specific Plan.

Complaints About Caruso Billboards on Sunset Boulevard in Pacific Palisades Addressed

The News received emails from several residents who said they had complained to the city that the Caruso-related billboa
The hauling is almost complete so that the construction of the underground parking can begin.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Caruso’s Digging in Pacific Palisades is Nearly Complete

Michael Gazzano, project manager for Caruso’s Palisades Village Project, said that the excavation is nearly complete f
During a recent rainstorm, water and mud ran downhill from Caruso’s Palisades con- struction site into the P2 store owned by Erica Simpson. Photo: Bart Bartholomew

P2 (Paliskates) Will Close Until 2018

By Sue Pascoe Editor P2, formerly known as Paliskates, will close until fall 2018, when Caruso’s Palisades Village ope
Advertising signs in the Palisades business districts have to be approved by the Design Review Board and follow the Pacific Palisades Commercial Village Neighborhoods Specific Plan.

Caruso’s Signs Are Challenged in Pacific Palisades

by Sue Pascoe Editor Do you love them or hate them? That’s not the question that residents need to ask about developer
Palisades Viewpoint: Let’s Slow Down on Permit Parking

Palisades Viewpoint: Let’s Slow Down on Permit Parking

By Matthew Rodman  Special to the Palisades News Let’s wait and see if a re-energized Palisades Village on Swarth