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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.

Letter from Consulting Geologist Suggests Friends Street Slide in Pacific Palisades is Reactivated

(Editor’s note: After his March examination of the Earlham site, E.D. Michael sent the following letter to city geotec
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.

Earlham Street Appeal Filed in Pacific Palisades: Landslide Fears on Friends Street

By Sue Pascoe Editor The questions Earlham Street neighbors have asked city planners include: Are the three lots on
Credit: lacounty.gov

How Los Angeles Deals with Vehicle Living

In January, the Los Angeles City Council passed Municipal Code 85.02 (Vehicle Dwelling), which will expire on July 1, 20
The median at Sunset and Marquez needs upkeep.

Palisades PRIDE Discusses Money, Medians

By Sue Pascoe Editor In a May 1996 Los Angeles Times story, “Activists Plan Fund-Raiser to Help Pay for Street Repairs
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

Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness to Discuss Panhandling

Should a resident give money to a homeless person who is panhandling? The Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness w
Pacific Palisades LADWP Pole-Top Appeal Denied; More Sites Are Needed

Pacific Palisades LADWP Pole-Top Appeal Denied; More Sites Are Needed

By Sue Pascoe Editor In order to meet the power demands in Pacific Palisades over the next several years, the LADWP may
Palisades-Malibu Youth and Government member Neku Dorri is on the California Assembly Floor, serving as the Assembly committee chair. Students raise their name placards to be recognized. Photo: Ali Sheaffer

Palisades-Malibu YMCA Youth Delegation Travels to Sacramento

By Sue Pascoe Editor The statewide YMCA Youth and Government program operates under the slogan, “Democracy Must Be Lea