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Community Council board members at the June 23 meeting included (left to right) Reza Akof (Area 8—Riviera), Peter Culhane (Area 2—Highlands), Richard Cohen (treasurer), Jennifer Malaret (secretary), Chris Spitz (outgoing president) and Maryam Zar (incoming president).

Candidates Vying to Lead The Pacific Palisades Community Council

The election for officer positions for the Pacific Palisades Community Council will take place at 7 p.m. on June 14, aft
Photo credit: Brian Deming for PPCC

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
Potrero Park has been under construction since the mid-1980s.
Photo: Matthew Stockman

Potrero: The Park That Might Happen in Pacific Palisades

The bids are finally in. According to Potrero Canyon Park Project Manager Pedro Garcia, three bids were received for the
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Editorial – Pacific Palisades Community Council: Real Fun Entertainment

By Sue Pascoe Editor A lot of people go to movies for their entertainment, others prefer opera, dance or theater. Me, I
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
Site of proposed development in the Highlands.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Palisades Highlands Eldercare Project Appeal Rejected

By  Sue Pascoe Editor An appeal hearing at the West L.A. Area Planning Commission on April 18 lasted almost 3 ⁄2
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
Terry McCarthy. Credit: http://www.lawac.org/About-Us/Staff

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:
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