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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
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
Margaret, a homeless woman in Pacific Palisades, asks residents for money.

How to Help Keep Homeless on the Streets

By Sue Pascoe Editor My greatest regret is that early on, the simple acts of giving money and donations to Margaret have
One of the service-resistant homeless has chosen to live on the streets of Pacific Palisades. A local enabler has moved the homeless man to his driveway.

Aiding the Mentally Ill Homeless in Pacific Palisades

By Sue Pascoe Editor It seems that everyone knows Timmy, a Pacific Palisades homeless man in a wheelchair, who often scr
People feel bad for the homeless and want to give. Photo: Sharon Kilbride

Palisades News Letters: Homeless Need Clothes, Please

On a recent morning, a friend and I distributed 60 donated tee shirts at The People Concern in Santa Monica. We handed t
Palisades Task Force on Homelessness to Present “Severely Mentally Ill Homeless: What to Do?”

Palisades Task Force on Homelessness to Present “Severely Mentally Ill Homeless: What to Do?”

The Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness will host a community meeting at 7 p.m. on Monday, January 29, to discu
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

Volunteers Needed for Pacific Palisades Homeless Count

Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness board members Kim Clary and David Morena wrote in a January 2 email to the
Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association Reports Decrease in Transients

Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association Reports Decrease in Transients

At the Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association meeting on January 9, Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness (PPTFH)
This was the Pretty Blonde’s “home” in the parkland below Via de las Olas, where camping is prohibited. Photo: Sharon Kilbride

Palisades News Letters: Thanks for Helping the ‘Pretty Blonde’

(Editor’s note: Nancy Klopper, who was honored with the Pride of the Palisades award for her part in helping the “Pr