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Palisades News Letters: Regarding Tenant Protests

Palisades News Letters: Regarding Tenant Protests

I read your balanced article, “Tenants Hold Rent Protest,” in the May 16 issue. I’d like to offer an open letter r
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Palisades News Letters: Scrutiny Important in Elections

In 2014, I wrote about the role of journalism in a piece that was published by the UCLA Burkle Center, in which I quoted
Palisades News Letters: Changing Tenure in Public Schools

Palisades News Letters: Changing Tenure in Public Schools

Thanks for your eloquent Viewpoint calling for a change in the public-school tenure system which protects lousy teachers
Palisades News Letters: Administrators Should Observe Teachers

Palisades News Letters: Administrators Should Observe Teachers

It is not really difficult to solve the problem of teacher tenure. In my experience as a teacher for more than thirty ye
Palisades News Letters: Distressed by Tenure and Dismissal

Palisades News Letters: Distressed by Tenure and Dismissal

I was distressed to read the Viewpoint about tenure for teachers by Sue Pascoe in the Palisades News. Receiving tenure a
Palisades News Letters: L.A. Conservation Corps

Palisades News Letters: L.A. Conservation Corps

The article about the teens from the L.A. Conservation Corps and their work to help clear abandoned homeless encampments
Palisades News Letters: Calling Pets ‘Service Dogs’ Is a Disservice

Palisades News Letters: Calling Pets ‘Service Dogs’ Is a Disservice

A reader wrote the News that she saw a shopper’s dog defecate in CVS and was horrified that people bring their pets in
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Palisades News Letters: Upset with Post’s Coverage

(Editor’s note: The recently dismissed Palisades High wrestling coach Aldo Juliano sent the following letter to the Pa
Palisades News Letters: May Day Delight in Marquez

Palisades News Letters: May Day Delight in Marquez

May Day around my neighborhood always produces a surprise: big, beautiful, tissue paper flowers attached to our doorknob