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A typical house in the Alphabet Streets that occupies the property from lot line to lot line.

Photo: Sawyer Pascoe

L.A.’s Mansionization Ordinance Is about Fairness

By Sue Pascoe Editor I’ve been obsessed with fairness since I was little. Maybe it has to do with growing up on the Ro
The trailhead’s bathroom and parking are closed off to public use.

Photo: Sarah Stockman

Palisades Hikers Illegally Locked Out

By Sarah Stockman Palisades News Reporter Palisades News has learned that a well-used public trailhead and parking area
Although the bike in Temescal Canyon Park looks like a ghost bike memorial, this metal structure carved with the name James Rapley (a biker who was struck and killed by a motorist) is actually a bike rack.

White Bike Appears on Temescal Canyon

By Sue Pascoe Editor A white metal bike memorial appeared in Temescal Canyon Park in April, with the name “James Raple
A typical house in the Alphabet Streets that occupies the property from lot line to lot line.

Photo: Sawyer Pascoe

‘McMansion’ Law Will Not Apply to Pacific Palisades

By Sue Pascoe Editor The City Planning Commission voted on July 14 to support the new Baseline Mansionization Ordinance

Westside Shelter Donations Sought

A homeless shelter will open on Federal Avenue, just south of Wilshire (in the Armory), Dec. 1 and remain open through M
Graders stand idle in Sullivan Canyon. Photo: Sue Pascoe

Sullivan Canyon Developer Temporarily Halted

By Sue Pascoe Editor Residents of Sullivan Canyon learned of an impending development only after more than 50 protected

Free Consulting Services Offered For Palisades Nonprofit Businesses

Councilman Mike Bonin reminds residents who are thinking about starting a nonprofit business, or who are already involve