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Palisades News Letters: Parent Unhappy About PaliHi Start

PPRA Supports Pad-Mount Pacific Palisades Residents Association (PPRA) supports the pad-mounted alternative for the “t
Team Five, which searched the parkland below Via de las Olas bluffs, included Officer Rusty Redican, social workers Maureen Rivas and Glanda Sherman and Officer Jimmy Soliman. Photo: Sharon Kilbride

Palisades News Letters: Kudos to Homeless Count Participants

Kudos to Homeless Count Participants We want to thank the Palisades News for publicizing our efforts as part of the city
This pole-top distribution station was put up without Coastal Commission approval.
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Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Palisades News Letters: New Substation Needed

New Substation Needed My family lives on Las Casas Place near the proposed DWP power station. I support building this su

Palisades News Letters: Ham Radio Volunteers Are Ready to Help in Emergency

Ham Radio Volunteers Are Ready to Help in Emergency I read with the great interest the letter published in your December
This utility pole, located 10 feet from another one, blocks condo owners’ views. Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Palisades News Letters: No Power or Telephone?

No Power or Telephone? I live in the El Medio Bluffs area and on Friday, December 2, I had a complete power outage inclu
Palisades News Letters: Loose Dogs and a Movie Theater

Palisades News Letters: Loose Dogs and a Movie Theater

(Editor’s note: We received several thoughtful letters from members of local Boy Scout Troop 223, who are working on t
Palisades News Letters: No Swag Bag for Me

Palisades News Letters: No Swag Bag for Me

No Swag Bag for Me As an outsider looking in at The Caruso groundbreaking ceremony (the public was invited as advertised
A pole-top electrical distributing station was installed at Temescal Canyon Road and Sunset Boulevard.
Photo: Sawyer Pascoe

Palisades News Letters: Marquez Power Station Desperately Needed

Power Station Desperately Needed (Editor’s note: The following letter was sent to Councilman Mike Bonin’s office and
Alphabet Street residents are arguing over zoning that allows larger house sizes. Photo: Sawyer Pascoe

Palisades News Letters: Upper Chautauqua Residents Weigh in on Mansionization Ordinance

Upper Chautauqua Residents Weigh in (Editor’s note: This letter was sent to the News, Councilmember Bonin, and members