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A downtown single-room occupancy hotel.

Viewpoint: Los Angeles Housing Math Doesn’t Add Up

By Mark Ryavec Special to the Palisades News Even though there are roughly 25,000 homeless in Los Angeles, Proposition H
REAL ID Cards Now Available at the DMV

REAL ID Cards Now Available at the DMV

TSA will not allow California residents to use a driver’s license as identification to go through airport security, st
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).

Candidates Vying to Lead The Pacific Palisades Community Council

The election for officer positions for the Pacific Palisades Community Council will take place at 7 p.m. on June 14, aft
Potrero Park has been under construction since the mid-1980s.
Photo: Matthew Stockman

Potrero: The Park That Might Happen in Pacific Palisades

The bids are finally in. According to Potrero Canyon Park Project Manager Pedro Garcia, three bids were received for the
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Editorial – Pacific Palisades Community Council: Real Fun Entertainment

By Sue Pascoe Editor A lot of people go to movies for their entertainment, others prefer opera, dance or theater. Me, I
Photo: Wendy Price Anderson

Pacific Palisades’ Swarthmore Donor Tiles Will Return With Rick Caruso’s Blessing—Along Sunset

By Sue Pascoe Editor When Caruso began constructing its Palisades Village project, the PRIDE donor tiles that had been i
(Left to right) Terry McCarthy, John Harlow, Bill Bruns and Maryam Zar.

Fake News Explored by Pacific Palisades Panel

By Sue Pascoe Editor How to cope with the spread of ‘fake news’” was the key focal point at a forum hosted by the
Protestors brought their rent increase dispute to the Highlands. Photo courtesy of Palisades Patrol

Tenants Hold Rent Protest at Palisades Farmer’s Market

On Sunday, about 50 tenants who live in a downtown apartment building owned by Pacific Palisades landlord Lisa Ehrlich,
This house on Muskingum is considered a remodel by the City because original framed walls and the foundation are still in place.

4 New Homes on Pacific Palisades Civic League Agenda for May 29

The Pacific Palisades Civic League (PPCL), which reviews homes in tract 9300, will meet Tuesday, May 29. Held at 7:30 p.