Category Archives: General

Betts Bakes Will Help with Holiday Treats

With all the last-minute December parties, many residents are feeling the crunch in trying to get holiday baking done. This year they are in luck, a new Palisades home business, Betts Bakes, is here to assist. Launched in August, Betts … Continue reading

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City Council to Vote $2 Million for Ballona RV Dwellers

The Los Angeles City Council is set to vote on a motion to provide a little more than $2 million dollars for an encampment to home program for the Ballona Wetlands encampment. The motion, set to be voted on Tuesday morning, … Continue reading

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George Wolfberg Park at Portrero Canyon Opening Ceremonies December 3

  Residents are invited to the Opening Ceremony of the George Wolfberg Park at Potrero Canyon from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, December 3. The ceremony will be held in the new park. Enter at the Palisades Recreation Center, … Continue reading

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PALISADES CRIME UPDATE: Burglaries, Burglary Theft from Vehicles

October 31 through November 12: Senior Lead Officer Brian Espin, wrote in his crime update: “As you can see, trends that we continue to deal with are auto-related crimes and residential burglaries. “A few of the burglaries have been associated … Continue reading

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Seven Arrows Kindergarten Students Lead Food Drive

Seven Arrow kindergarten students challenged all grades, in this K-6 private school, to make food donations. The school collected 17,637 items, which is nearly 115 items of food per student. On Friday, November 18, the items were loaded and taken … Continue reading

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Election Update: Mayor, CD 11 and County Supervisor

  According to the L.A. County Registrar as of November 17: The estimated number of outstanding ballots to be processed is 332,550. The registrar continues its counts with the final tally expected in December. Vote by Mail ballots (VBM): 325,000 Conditional Voter … Continue reading

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Election Problems: Small and Large: Voter Turnout Under 40%

  California sent vote by mail (VBM) to all registered to vote. In May, the state proposed $5.8 million in one‑time General Fund and $5.9 million ongoing General Fund to reimburse counties for the cost of providing prepaid postage on VBM ballots … Continue reading

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While Politicians Fight over Plans, Homeless Die on Streets

  It used to be in the “good” old days that winter shelters would be set in armories, churches and abandoned buildings to help those who were homeless avoid the cold nights on the streets. Now there are only 143 … Continue reading

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Mother’s Plea for Help: Find My Son

The following note was shared with neighbors and communities with the hope that this mother can find her son, who went missing on Halloween. The mother, Pastor Dr. Frances Wattman Rosenau, wrote: My son Andrew is still missing, and we … Continue reading

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Coach Kling Celebrates 29th Title: Girls Win City

“It was a close match,” said Palisades High School tennis Coach Bud Kling. But his team prevailed 15 ½ to 14 to help him reach his 29th City Section Title on October 27. The Dolphins defeated Granada Hills to win … Continue reading

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