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Celebrating Pacific Palisades’ 90-and-Over Residents

Celebrating Pacific Palisades’ 90-and-Over Residents

Photos by Matthew Stockman More than 60 of the town’s 90- and-over residents attended the 22nd annual birthday luncheo
Members of the L.A. Conservation Corps helped clean an abandoned homeless camp below the Via las Olas bluffs.

Teens Clear Pacific Palisades Homeless Encampments (Video)

By Sue Pascoe Editor I want to live here with these beautiful views of the ocean,” an observer said, looking out at th
Lisa Cahill is Councilman Mike Bonin’s field deputy for Pacific Palisades and Brentwood. Photo: Matthew Stockman

Pacific Palisades Heard About Town: Thanks to Lisa Cahill

A Shocking Sight I was walking down the sidewalk and saw a teen walking towards me on the sidewalk reading a book. I did
The Palisades Recreation Center small gym as it looks now.

Will $5.4 Million Be Returned to LA Parks?

By Sue Pascoe Editor The L.A. Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners still has not voted to return $5,420,196 in Qui
Parking Sought for Homeless in Cars

Parking Sought for Homeless in Cars

Dr. Scott Sale, who is spearheading Safe Parking L.A., spoke to the Pacific Palisades Community Council on March 8. He m
Venice Beach bathrooms

Venice Beach Bathrooms Are Now Open 24/7

By Sue Pascoe Editor The Los Angeles Recreation and Parks (RAP) Board of Commissioners voted on April 4 to approve keepi
Trees and vegetation were removed, leaving the slope prone to slides. Photo: Bart Bartholomew

City Stops Hampden Place Construction

By Sue Pascoe Editor Construction on two houses along Hampden Place, a street on the edge of Potrero Canyon, was initial
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-
The City is proposing to drop the sunset-to-sunrise curfew at five beaches, including Will Rogers Beach.
Photo: Shelby Pascoe

Palisades News Letters: Curfew on Local Beaches

(Editor’s note: Several readers said that after reading the February 21 article about the possibility of the overnight