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(Left to right) Diana Hurst, Ruth Grubb, Melissa Rangel and Karen Ellis are college counselors at Palisades High School. Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Palisades News Letters: ‘Off to College’ Fund Donations

Supporting our youth with the Palisades Optimist Foundation’s “Off to College” Fund is important. A careful select
Margaret, a homeless woman in Pacific Palisades, asks residents for money.

Palisades News Letters: The Start of a Solution

I read with interest the letters about Margaret. Someone called for compassion, respect, alternatives and solutions, a v
Palisades News Letters: City Council Doesn’t Want to Hear

Palisades News Letters: City Council Doesn’t Want to Hear

(The News received the following letter regarding the Preven Report Viewpoint “Doe the Council Want to Hear?” that d
Margaret, a homeless woman in Pacific Palisades, asks residents for money.

Palisades News Letters: Facts About Homeless Women

Your article, “How to Help Keep Homeless on the Streets,” offended me deeply. How would you feel if you were picked
Site of proposed development in the Highlands.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Palisades News Letters: Highlands Letter Was Incorrect

(Editor’s Note: The following letter was sent to the Palisades News from Community Council President Maryam Zar regard
Bob Vickrey.
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Palisades News Letters: Love Bob Vickrey’s Columns

(Editor’s note: Our award-winning columnist is also published in the Waco Tribune. A letter regarding his recent colum
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 News Letters: Youth and Government Donations

I saw the letter from Thomas Schramm in your February 21 issue, making a plea for donations for the Youth and Government
Margaret, a homeless woman in Pacific Palisades, asks residents for money.

Palisades News Letters: Lack of Compassion for Homeless

I am writing in response to your March article headlined “How to Help Keep Homeless on the Streets.” What I read ins
The City is proposing to drop the sunset-to-sunrise curfew at five beaches, including Will Rogers Beach.
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Palisades News Letters: Curfew on Local Beaches

(Editor’s note: Several readers said that after reading the February 21 article about the possibility of the overnight