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Credit: Sharon Kilbride

Transients Asked to Leave Areas Along Will Rogers Beach

by Sue Pascoe Editor Santa Monica Canyon residents have noticed that a group of homeless people and their dog had been l
Sharon Kilbride helped Andy Neal find real work.

Andy Neal Lived in Pacific Palisades Alleys

By Sue Pascoe Editor He was sleeping in the alleyway behind Il Piccolo Ritrovo, off Sunset, when Palisadian Jimmy Dunne
People feel bad for the homeless and want to give. Photo: Sharon Kilbride

Panhandling in Pacific Palisades: Should I Give?

By Sue Pascoe Editor Panhandlers continually work the corners along Pacific Coast Highway at Sunset, Temescal Canyon and
(Left to right) Fire Inspector John Novela, William Shue, Patrick Hart, Sharon Kilbride, Scott Beal, LAPD Officer Rusty Redican and Gates Security Officer Eric Fine assembled near the new sign posted in Temescal Canyon. Credit: Sue Pascoe

No Trespassing Signs Posted in Pacific Palisades to Prevent Transient Fires

by Sue Pascoe Editor In an effort to keep transient fires from going out of control on Pacific Palisades hillsides, addi
Transient Found Dead On Will Rogers Beach

Transient Found Dead On Will Rogers Beach

by Sue Pascoe Editor A female transient was found dead just south of the county lifeguard headquarters near Tower 15 on
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How Los Angeles Deals with Vehicle Living

In January, the Los Angeles City Council passed Municipal Code 85.02 (Vehicle Dwelling), which will expire on July 1, 20
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

Palisades News Letters: Kudos to Homeless Count Participants

Kudos to Homeless Count Participants We want to thank the Palisades News for publicizing our efforts as part of the city
Palisades News Letters: Nextdoor Has Guidelines

Palisades News Letters: Nextdoor Has Guidelines

Nextdoor Forum Has Guidelines I was notified about the “Heard About Town” comment (Jan. 18) referencing cyber bullie

Westside Shelter Donations Sought

A homeless shelter will open on Federal Avenue, just south of Wilshire (in the Armory), Dec. 1 and remain open through M