Post Tagged with: "Land Use"

Potrero Park has been under construction since the mid-1980s.
Photo: Matthew Stockman

Potrero: The Park That Might Happen in Pacific Palisades

The bids are finally in. According to Potrero Canyon Park Project Manager Pedro Garcia, three bids were received for the
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
The trees and vegetation were removed below 712 and 724 Hampden Place, leaving the slope susceptible to mud slides during the rainy season. Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Hampden Place Construction Halted

By Sue Pascoe Editor Construction on two houses on Hampden Place, a street on the edge of Potrero Canyon, was halted on
Three 10,000 sq.ft. homes are proposed for lots on Earlham.

Earlham Lots in Pacific Palisades: Sharply Divided Opinions

By Sue Pascoe Editor The fate of residential construction on Earlham Street, adjacent to Potrero Canyon, continues behin
These are lots seven and eight, where two houses might be built.
Photo: Matt Stockman

Palisades Neighbors Fear Marquette Development

By Sarah Stockman Staff Writer Thirty residents of lower Bienveneda (below Sunset), Marquette and Las Casas streets gath

Editorial: Measure S Provides Some Good Ideas

At the Palisades Rotary Club meeting on Feb. 2, one member asked the News to do a story about Measure S, the controversi
DWP poles in front of the former Bernheimer Garden need a Coastal permit.

LADWP Poles on Sunset Boulevard in Pacific Palisades Raise Ire

By Sue Pascoe Editor Outside the Palisades Branch Library on Nov. 9, the temperature was hot. But inside it was even hot
Carly Kamerman’s store is impacted by construction.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Carly K Fights for Store’s Survival in Pacific Palisades

By Sue Pascoe Editor When Carly Kamerman signed a lease in April in the Bowinkel (building at 1017 Swarthmore, she was e
The area outlined in red is where the proposed 17000 Sunset project would go.

17000 Sunset Boulevard Pacific Palisades Project Is Not Dead

By Sue Pascoe Editor Just when Save the Bluffs advocates thought the battle was over and developer M & A Gabaee LP w