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Under a new pilot program, 15 percent of funds generated via parking meters in Pacific Palisades will be given back to the community. Photo: Sam Catanzaro.

Keeping Parking Money in Pali

Pilot program gives portion of meter funds to neighborhoods. By Sam Catanzaro While nobody enjoys paying for parking, fo
Councilmember Mike Bonin, who represents Pacific Palisades, announcing alongside  Mayor Eric Garcetti that the LADWP will not rebuild three fossil fuel power plants. Photo: Courtesy Mike Bonin.

Three L.A. Gas Power Plants to Shut Down

Mayor Garcetti opts to not reinvest in fossil fuels.  By Sam Catanzaro The City of Los Angeles will not spend
The City is proposing to drop the sunset-to-sunrise curfew at five beaches, including Will Rogers Beach.
Photo: Shelby Pascoe

Editorial: Beach Curfew and the Coastal Commission

Very few Pacific Palisades residents who have been following the beach curfew issue want to see the current midnight-to-
Herb Wesson

Viewpoint: Herb Wesson, LA Mayor for Almost a Year Now

Our story, “Herb Wesson, L.A. Mayor for Almost a Year Now,” was printed in CityWatch in October. The L.A. City Chart
Beaches located within Los Angeles are closed from midnight to 5 a.m. daily. Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

Permit Needed for LA’s Night Beach Curfew

By Sue Pascoe Editor The City of Los Angeles was served with a lawsuit in December 2015, challenging its right to impose
Sunset residents (near Marquez) who park on parkways, the public land between the street and the sidewalk, may be ticketed. Photo: Matthew Stockman

Palisades Residents Threatened With Parking Tickets

By Sarah Stockman  Staff Writer Two weeks ago, Pacific Palisades resident Mike Montgomery was going through his mor
It’s Time to End LA’s Secret Meetings: What Do City Council Members and LA’s County Supervisors Have to Hide?

It’s Time to End LA’s Secret Meetings: What Do City Council Members and LA’s County Supervisors Have to Hide?

(Editor’s note: This article was originally published by citywatchLA.com in September 2016. The News has received perm
Los Angeles’ Lucrative Trash Deal Draws Pacific Palisades’ Ire

Los Angeles’ Lucrative Trash Deal Draws Pacific Palisades’ Ire

The Los Angeles City Council has awarded 10-year contracts to seven trash companies and their subcontractors. In exchang
A fruit vendor has set up shop north of Sunset Boulevard on Via de la Paz, by the Shell station.

Palisades Business Improvement District Board Opposes Street Vendors

By Sue Pascoe Editor At its Jan. 11 meeting, the Pacific Palisades Business Improvement District (BID) board voted to se