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Protestors brought their rent increase dispute to the Highlands. Photo courtesy of Palisades Patrol

Tenants Hold Rent Protest at Palisades Farmer’s Market

On Sunday, about 50 tenants who live in a downtown apartment building owned by Pacific Palisades landlord Lisa Ehrlich,
teel poles (“guy stubs”) provide structure support for other electrical poles on Albright.

LADWP Steel Poles to Stay on Albright Street

By Sue Pascoe Editor Electrical utility boxes (transformers) and three steel power poles have been installed along Albri
The sole electrical distribution station in the Palisades cannot handle the town’s demands for electricity.

Overloading Causes Power Outages in Pacific Palisades During World Series

By Sue Pascoe Editor It took the Los Angeles Dodgers 29 years to return to the World Series, but when the opening game b
Santa Monica Big Blue Bus

LADWP Work Prompts Santa Monica Big Blue Bus Route 9 to Use Marquez Avenue Detour

According to representatives at Santa Monica Big Blue Bus, route 9 through Pacific Palisades will experience a detour th
Residents have been warned that unless a substation is built, an additional five Pole-Top Distribution Stations will need to be constructed, such as the one on Temescal Canyon. A second one is currently in construction on Sunset at Marquez Avenue.

Expect Sunset Boulevard Traffic Delays at Marquez Avenue for LADWP Substation Work

By Sue Pascoe Editor Construction of a temporary pole-top distributing station (PTDS-198), which the Los Angeles De
A water main ruptured in the 800 block of Las Lomas Avenue near Sunset Boulevard on Oct. 28, 2016. Credit: Palisades Patrol

PCH Water Main Break in Pacific Palisades Causes Hillside Slide

A broken water main reduced the flow of traffic on Pacific Coast Highway in Pacific Palisades on Saturday, authorit
Rotarians (front row, left to right) Brett Bjornson, John Steadman, Dick Meyer, Michelle Cowell and David Card; in back is the Scout family: Karen, Greg and Bob Gold.

Palisades Eagle Scouts Beautify Temescal

Troop 23 Eagle Scout candidate Greg Gold led a team of Scouts, Palisades Rotary Club members and other volunteers that b
Pad-mounted transformer is suggested.

Editorial: Mike Bonin Urged to Use Pad-Mounts

By Sarah Conner PPRA President Special to the Palisades News The western end of Pacific Palisades needs a new electrical
The hauling is almost complete so that the construction of the underground parking can begin.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Caruso’s Digging in Pacific Palisades is Nearly Complete

Michael Gazzano, project manager for Caruso’s Palisades Village Project, said that the excavation is nearly complete f