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State Beach Liquor Store alcohol robbery by homeless person Oct. 6, 2017.

State Beach Liquor Store Owner in Pacific Palisades Captures Video of Brazen Alcohol Robbery

According to A.C. Chaudhry, the store owner of State Beach Liquor Store, located at 14801 Pacific Coast Highway in Pacif
Trash along PCH remains uncollected. Photo: Sharon Kilbride

Garbage Remains on PCH in Pacific Palisades

By Sue Pascoe Editor A mound of trash is located just off Pacific Coast Highway near Temescal Canyon Road. Why? Jurisdic
Eric Preven

Prop HHH Oversight Committee Recordings Should Be Posted

By Eric & Joshua Preven (This August 27 CityWatch Los Angeles story is reprinted with permission by the authors.) In
Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness President Doug McCormick (left), Barbara Overland and Bruce Schwartz, accept a check from Methodist minister Wayne Walters (second from right).

Palisades News Letters: Help Support Homeless Task Force

Thank you all for your warm and enthusiastic response to the article regarding the rescue of our “homeless pretty blon
This was the Pretty Blonde’s “home” in the parkland below Via de las Olas, where camping is prohibited. Photo: Sharon Kilbride

Viewpoint: Lack of Resources for Mentally Ill

By Dr. Stephen Read Special to the Palisades News (Editor’s note: The following letter was sent to Nancy Klopper, the
A second bluffs cleanup was held on August 19, and a gun was found at one encampment.
Photo: Sharon Kilbride

Homeless Task Force Continues Restoration of Palisades Bluffs

By Nina Kidd Special to the Palisades News Twelve volunteers met at the foot of the Via de la Paz bluffs, off Pacific Co

Palisades News Letters: Kindness to the Mentally Ill

Regarding Michael Kahn’s August 9 letter, I was saddened to hear that someone who does have children say that a mental
The “Pretty Blonde” left behind a diary.
Photo: Nancy Klopper

Palisades News Letters: Saving the ‘Pretty Blonde’

I read with emotion the August 9 story by Nancy Klopper about the team efforts to save a local homeless person (“Rescu

Palisades News Letters: Mentally Ill Deserve Help

(Editor’s note: The following letter was sent in response to Mary Lacis’s letter in the July 26 News, which argued t