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Palisades News Letters: Scrutiny Important in Elections

In 2014, I wrote about the role of journalism in a piece that was published by the UCLA Burkle Center, in which I quoted
(Left to right) Terry McCarthy, John Harlow, Bill Bruns and Maryam Zar.

Fake News Explored by Pacific Palisades Panel

By Sue Pascoe Editor How to cope with the spread of ‘fake news’” was the key focal point at a forum hosted by the
The Palisades Library community room was packed for the eldercare hearing.

Palisades News Letters: Council Supports Eldercare Facility

(The following letter was sent to the West Los Angeles Planning Commission by the Pacific Palisades Community Council pr
Terry McCarthy. Credit:

Pacific Palisades Democratic Club Panel to Discuss Media, ‘Fake News’

The Pacific Palisades Democratic Club will host a discussion about “Our Free Press and ‘Fake News’” from 6 to 7:
Site of proposed development in the Highlands.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Palisades News Letters: Highlands Letter Was Incorrect

(Editor’s Note: The following letter was sent to the Palisades News from Community Council President Maryam Zar regard
The Palisades Library community room was packed for the eldercare hearing.

Pacific Palisades Community Council Land Use Committee Denies Appeal on Highlands Eldercare Facility

By Sue Pascoe Editor The proposal to build an 82-unit eldercare facility in the Palisades Highlands has become a complic
Palisades High School students did their own version of a walk out on March 14, 2018 in line with the national walk out for school safety to address gun violence. Credit: Laurel Busby

Palisades High School Students Walk Out In Support of Parkland Shooting Victims (Video)

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer While the focus of the student walkout at Palisades High centered on the victims of school
Maryam Zar is the new Community Council president.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Maryam Zar Reappointed President by Pacific Palisades Community Council

Maryam Zar has been reelected to a second one-year term as president of the Pacific Palisades Community Council. Vice pr
The proposed illegal sign for the 881 Alma Real Building is 27 ft. long x 51 inches high.

Oversized Palisadian-Post Signs Spark Concern from Community Council

By Sue Pascoe Editor At the May 25 Pacific Palisades Community Council meeting, representatives for two city officials r