Category Archives: BID–Business Improvement District

U.S. Postal Service Spokeswoman Claims The Palisades Post Office ‘Is Not Understaffed’

Despite complaints by some residents about mail delivery issues in Pacific Palisades, a U.S. Post Office spokesperson says that the local  office has sufficient staffing. A Palisades Optimist Club member told Circling the News that he had not received his … Continue reading

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Longtime Commercial Owner Elliott Zorensky Puts La Cruz/Sunset Property Up for Sale

Longtime resident and commercial property owner Elliott Zorensky of UDO Realty has listed his Sunset (15220-15240) and La Cruz properties (15230-15234) with CBRE realty. Zorensky, who was president of the Palisades Business Improvement District until his resignation in July, announced … Continue reading

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Palisades Business Improvement District News:

Pali Elementary Will Leave, Lemmo Is New President Several members of the Pacific Palisades Business Improvement District (BID) board were required to meet with the City on August 1. The City told BID representatives they are supposed to spend 90 … Continue reading

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Palisades Business Improvement District Meeting:

Current President Elliot Zorensky Stepping Down At the Pacific Palisades Business Improvement District (BID) meeting on July 10, current president Elliot Zorensky announced that he will resign his position because he and his wife are moving to Las Vegas. The … Continue reading

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The Most Popular Yogurt Shop in Pacific Palisades

Once Again Sponsors Fourth of July Bike Contest Kevin and Jennifer Sabin opened The Yogurt Shoppe at 873 Swarthmore Ave. in February 2011. Just five months later, they stepped up to sponsor Kids on Bikes for the Palisades Fourth of … Continue reading

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