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Debbie Warfel.
Photo: Matthew Stockman

Palisadian Debbie Warfel Works to Reduce Airplane Noise

By Sarah Stockman Staff Writer On December 14 the Pacific Palisades Community Council will present longtime Palisadian D
(Left to right) Christy Dennis, Bruce Schwartz, Cheryl Zomber, Sylvia Boyd and David Peterson worked to replant the Marquez median. Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Marquez Median at Sunset Boulevard Replanted

By Sue Pascoe Editor The plants in the Marquez median were overgrown and it was thick with weeds, prompting residents to
Palisades High will have a $32.4 million budget this coming year.

Pacific Palisades Heard About Town: PaliHi Needs Cameras

Houstons Deserve Award I ran in the Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving morning and it was packed with Palisades runners. I don
Trash left uncollected by the City constitutes a public nuisance, according to the Venice Stakeholders Association. Photo: Sharon Kilbride

Venice Group Files Appeal Against City, County for Allowing ‘Hazardous Waste’

By Sue Pascoe Editor On November 3, the Venice Stakeholders Association (VSA) filed an appeal brief in its lawsuit again
Pacific Palisades Heard About Town: Let’s Vote on a Substation

Pacific Palisades Heard About Town: Let’s Vote on a Substation

Police Car Ticket I was amused to see that the decoy police car that has been parked along Temescal Canyon Road for a co
These trees may be cut down for two new homes on Hampden Place. Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Palisades Residents Question Hampden Project

By Sue Pascoe Editor Hampden Place is an odd little street. Just one block long, it has small homes, families that have
The area along Temescal Canyon Road near the food trucks is one of the proposed sites for an off-leash dog park.

New Pacific Palisades Dog Park Inches Closer (Video)

By Sue Pascoe Editor Establishing an off-leash dog park in Pacific Palisades, a seemingly unattainable goal, is suddenly
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
Palisades News Letters: Beach Curfew Supported

Palisades News Letters: Beach Curfew Supported

Our public beaches are under assault. Since 1989, when the City of Los Angeles instituted a curfew, Will Rogers State Be