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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
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Pacific Palisades Heard About Town: Missing Sam’s Restaurant

Missing Sam’s Restaurant I’m wondering if you have any information about the now-closed Sam’s by the Beach in Sant
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.
Palisades Chamber Halts Trash Clean-Up

Palisades Chamber Halts Trash Clean-Up

By Sue Pascoe and Bill Bruns  Important as it is, trash collection and sidewalk cleanup in the Pacific Palisades bu
Bonnie Savage waters pumpkin seeds in her garden on Hartzell, joined by two neighborhood kids, Jake and Kobe Kanan.

Palisadian Bonnie Savage Celebrates 100 Years

By Sarah Stockman Staff Writer On May 9, longtime Palisadian Margaret “Bonnie” Savage celebrated her 100th birthday.
Gregory Gold (left) and Zachary Kantor.

Two Pacific Palisades Boy Scouts Awarded Eagle Scout

Pacific Palisades Troop 23 held an Eagle Scout Court of Honor at the Palisades Lutheran Church on May 9 for Gregory Char
This house on Muskingum is considered a remodel by the City because original framed walls and the foundation are still in place.

Hearing Set for 549 Muskingum House in Pacific Palisades

By Sue Pascoe Editor A Los Angeles City Planning Department hearing was held for a proposed second-story addition at 549
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