Government

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
Los Angeles Parking Tickets Not Disappearing

Los Angeles Parking Tickets Not Disappearing

Almost nothing is more irritating than running out to put money in a parking meter and finding a $68 ticket on your car
Dr. Cori Cross

Palisadians Request Carve-Out Sought for Marijuana Dispensaries

By Sue Pascoe Editor Two Palisades moms, Dr. Cori Cross and Jill Roberts Piscatella, appeared before the Pacific Palisad
About 125 people attended the forum for candidates at University Synagogue.

Pacific Palisades Residents Association Holds a Candidate Forum; Contention Remained Over Proposed Debate Dates

by Sue Pascoe Editor On Feb. 16, the Pacific Palisades Residents Association (PPRA) hosted a forum for candidates in the
L.A. City Council District 11 Foes Share Thoughts

L.A. City Council District 11 Foes Share Thoughts

The Palisades News asked each Council District 11 candidate to respond to the same three questions (and to keep the answ
Pole-top distribution station is proposed.

Pacific Palisades Pole-Top Distribution Station Appeal Hearing Set for March 8

A hearing will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, March 8 at City Hall, Room 350, regarding the appeal of the pole-top dis

Editorial: Measure S Provides Some Good Ideas

At the Palisades Rotary Club meeting on Feb. 2, one member asked the News to do a story about Measure S, the controversi
Jesse Creed is running for the City Council District 5 seat. Photo: John D. Russell

PaliHi Alum Jesse Creed Runs For L.A. City Council

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer With no lobbyist or developer funds, Jesse Creed seeks to be the next city councilmember fo