Palisades BID Power Washing Set For Village Sidewalks

The Pacific Palisades Business Improvement District (BID) will pay for its second sidewalk pressure washing on May 18, 1
Entrada Drive Section to Be Closed Upcoming Weekends

Entrada Drive Section to Be Closed Upcoming Weekends

In order to rectify an engineering mistake that resulted in the newly constructed sidewalk and curb not matching the roa
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
Leslie Campbell collected signatures for a dog park for pets like Oscar de la Wiener.
Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

Pacific Palisades Dog Park Campaign Stalled

By Sue Pascoe Editor This is a frustrating time for the people who have been working to establish an off-leash dog park
Runners line up at one of the few track meets held at Palisades High this season. The track and the playing field ust be replaced this summer because surfaces are hard as rock, with divots everywhere. According to Penn State’s Center for Sports Surface Research, GMAX testing measures how many G’s of force a field can absorb upon impact, and how many are returned to the athlete. A high GMAX test value means the field is absorbing less impact, and returning more force to the player, resulting in a potentially dangerous situation that could cause injuries and concussions. Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

Delay for New Track, Field at Palisades High School?

By Sue Pascoe Editor At the Palisades High School board meeting on April 18, Interim Operations Director Don Parcell war
A fruit vendor has set up shop north of Sunset Boulevard on Via de la Paz, by the Shell station.

Palisades Business Improvement District Board Opposes Street Vendors

By Sue Pascoe Editor At its Jan. 11 meeting, the Pacific Palisades Business Improvement District (BID) board voted to se

Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association to Hold Annual Meeting

The Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association will hold its annual meeting on Tuesday, May 9, at the Rustic Canyon Recreatio
Hoarding is symptomatic of a mental disorder.

Palisades Alliance for Seniors Discuss Serious Issues Presented from Hoarding

By Rosemary Kelly Special to the Palisades News Compulsive hoarding is a mental disorder marked by an obsessive need to
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