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Trees and vegetation were removed, leaving the slope prone to slides. Photo: Bart Bartholomew

City Stops Hampden Place Construction

By Sue Pascoe Editor Construction on two houses along Hampden Place, a street on the edge of Potrero Canyon, was initial
Carol Wong Quan, a special assistant, public affairs for the Assessor Los Angeles County Assessor’s Office, spoke to the Pacific Palisades Optimist Club.

Los Angeles County Property Tax Official Informs Palisades Optimists

By Sue Pascoe Editor On Radcliffe Avenue, the homeowner’s builder left only a garage door frame standing following dem
Advertising signs in the Palisades business districts have to be approved by the Design Review Board and follow the Pacific Palisades Commercial Village Neighborhoods Specific Plan.

Complaints About Caruso Billboards on Sunset Boulevard in Pacific Palisades Addressed

The News received emails from several residents who said they had complained to the city that the Caruso-related billboa
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
Three 10,000 sq. ft. homes are proposed for the land on Earlham. Story poles show how high the homes will be.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Proposed Earlham Homes in Pacific Palisades Under Scrutiny

By Sue Pascoe Editor A public hearing was held on Dec. 5 regarding three proposed 10,000-sq.-ft. homes with pools that w