Land Use

This house on Bollinger Drive has stood empty since April 2016 but City officials say it is not a fire hazard.

Bollinger House in Pacific Palisades Remains in Limbo

By Sue Pascoe Editor The partially-built house at 16815 Bollinger Dr. in Marquez has been an eyesore for more than a yea
The proposed illegal sign for the 881 Alma Real Building is 27 ft. long x 51 inches high.

Court Rules Palisadian-Post’s Illegal Signs Can Go Up

By Sue Pascoe Editor The Palisades Design Review Board and the West Los Angeles Area Planning Commission ruled that the

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
The Metroplex Project will use satellite technology for planes at LAX.
Photo courtesy FAA

FAA Explains New Satellite Plan in Pacific Palisades

By Sue Pascoe Editor More than 40 residents attended the FAA presentation of the Southern California Metroplex Project o
The 1958 Via de la Olas “killer” landslide covered Pacific Coast Highway.
Photo courtesy U.S. Geological Survey

Knowing the Landslide History at Asilomar and Palisades Bowl

By Sue Pascoe Editor During the heavy rainstorms Jan. 19-23, Malibu Canyon Road and Topanga Canyon Road were both closed
The Business Block building, completed in 1924, still stands between Antioch, Swarthmore and Sunset. Photo courtesy Santa Monica Public Library Image Archives

Pacific Palisades Business Block Building Examined

By Michael Edlen Special to the Palisades News This is the first in a series of articles about historically significant
Construction stopped at the house at 16815 Bollinger in April when the Coastal Exemption was declared invalid because instead of a remodel it became new construction.

Marquez Developer Agrees to Downsize

By Sue Pascoe Editor An agreement between neighbors may result in continued construction at 16815 Bollinger, in the Marq
DWP poles in front of the former Bernheimer Garden need a Coastal permit.

Appeal Filed over LADWP Poles in Pacific Palisades

The City of Los Angeles sent out a notice on Dec. 5 that the L.A. DWP’s temporary pole-top distribution station at 169
A reader sent this photo on December 27, and said it was taken at 8:05 a.m. Caruso spokesperson Liz Jaeger was contacted but had not responded by presstime. The Caruso people have promised to deal with any and all dust raised by the construction. Residents that have issues with the construction can email project manager Michael Gazzano at MGazzano@CarusoAffiliated.com or call (310) 744-2301 or contact his/her Pacific Palisades Community Council representatives at pacpalicc.org.

Palisades Village Dust Concerns: Who to Contact (Photo)