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New Shell owner Saeed Kohanoff wants to build a convenience store, which would be located in the rear of the lot. The new area would be landscaped and the service bays would be gone.

City Planning Hearing Set for Aug. 31 For Proposed Pacific Palisades Shell Station Building

A city planning hearing will be held regarding the proposed demolition of the existing 1,620-sq.-ft. Shell station garag
Making presentations to Stuart Muller at the July Community Council meeting were Councilman Mike Bonin’s Deputy Lisa Cahill (left), Congressman Ted Lieu’s Janet Turner and PPCC Vice President George Wolfberg (right).

Saying Goodbye to His Beloved Hometown

(Editor’s note: Stuart Muller, 73, has retired to Mexico after decades of activism in Pacific Palisades. He mastermind
The hauling is almost complete so that the construction of the underground parking can begin.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Palisades Village Neighbors Oppose Vintage Grocer’s Expanded Hours, Say Caruso Agreement Was Not Upheld

By Sue Pascoe Editor Before the Palisades Village project was presented at an April 2016 City Planning Commission hearin
This is an artist’s rendering of the proposed Veterans’ Gardens that would include bocce courts and picnic areas.

Palisades Park Advisory Board to Hold Special Meeting Over Veterans Garden Project

By Sue Pascoe Editor The Pacific Palisades Park Advisory Board will hold a special meeting at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 23
Viewpoint: Alcohol, Restaurants and Teens in the Palisades

Viewpoint: Alcohol, Restaurants and Teens in the Palisades

For those who regularly attend Pacific Palisades Community Council (PPCC) meetings, the prolonged arguments about alcoho
This “bike rack” along Temescal Canyon Road was placed after a biker was killed on that roadway. According to the City, that fatality was scored as three in determining dangerous roadways. If a motorist had been killed in that spot, it would only score a one.

Biker Lives Count for More than Motorists

By Eric Preven & Joshua Preven Special to the Palisades News (Editor’s note: The following article, “Biker Lives
This is an artist’s rendering of the proposed Veterans’ Gardens that would include bocce courts and picnic areas.

$400K Pledged to Park Garden at Palisades Recreation Center

By Sue Pascoe  Editor American Legion Post 283 has pledged $400,000 towards a project to renovate the picnic area a
Palisades High will have a $32.4 million budget this coming year.

PaliHi’s New Budget Reaches $32.4 Million

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer Palisades Charter High School’s new $32.4 million budget is almost $600,000 more than las
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.

City Unveils Plan to Stabilize the Asilomar Bluffs

By Sarah Stockman Staff Writer The Asilomar Bluffs have presented a challenging problem since 1958, when two landslides