Category Archives: General

Chautauqua/PC Intersection Comes Under Close Scrutiny–At Long Last

Representatives from Caltrans and the L.A. Department of Transportation hear more complaints about traffic flow at the intersection of Pacific Coast Highway, Chautauqua and W. Channel Road than any other intersection in the area. The major problem involves motorists who drive … Continue reading

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Voting in the Local/National Election

VOTE IN PERSON: L.A. County has only one voting center in Pacific Palisades: the small gym at the Palisades Recreation Center, 851 Alma Real Dr. It will open this Friday and remain open through Election Day. Daily hours are 10 … Continue reading

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Obit: Al Green, Bay Pharmacy Owner

Al Green, a past owner of the Bay Pharmacy in Pacific Palisades, passed away on October 19. He was 95. Albert Greenberg was born on September 26, 1925, in Los Angeles and raised in Boyle Heights, where he was a … Continue reading

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Readers React to Suggested New Colors for Town’s Historic ‘Pink Building’ on Sunset

The Pacific Palisades Design Review Board will meet on Zoom next Wednesday, October 28, to finalize its recommendation regarding what color to paint the historic Business Block building in the heart of town. The DRB has been working with TOPA … Continue reading

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Voting Box Damaged outside Baldwin Park Library

The Los Angels Country Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean Logan and L.A. County Supervisor Hilda Solis acknowledged that on October 18, a Vote by Mail Box Drop Box located outside the Baldwin Park Library on Baldwin Park Boulevard was damaged by fire. … Continue reading

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Election 2020: Voting Concerns and Updates

1. A Ballot Is Addressed to an Adult Child No Longer Living at Home On Sunday morning in the village, Circling the News ran into long-time resident Sam Lagana, a 2012 Sparkplug Award winner and Associate Vice Chancellor at Pepperdine … Continue reading

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Palisadians Sue and Anthony Marguleas Co-chair American Cancer Society Benefit Dinner

The American Cancer Society’s annual California Spirit Food & Wine Benefit was held on October 9. Co-chairs were long-time ACS volunteers and Pacific Palisades residents Sue and Anthony Marguleas, who met nearly three decades ago when Sue was a pediatric … Continue reading

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Recreation and Park Commissioners Approve Use of Small Gym for Voting in Pacific Palisades

  At the Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners meeting on October 15, the board approved the use of 34 Department of Recreation and Parks Facilities to host voting centers for the upcoming election. Among those approved: the small gym … Continue reading

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PPCC Backs Its New Forestry Committee, Approving a Letter to the City Supporting Parkway Trees

  By a bare two-thirds majority (9-4) vote last Thursday, the Pacific Palisades Community Council board agreed to send a letter that supports the city’s effort to restore parkway trees in front of a house under construction at 15539 Via … Continue reading

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State Farm Agent Trish Bowe Teams up with Station 69 Firemen

Fire Prevention Week was October 4 to 10, and in Pacific Palisades, which borders on the brushfire interface, residents are reminded to take extra caution in every aspect of their lives. On Friday, October 2, State Farm Agent Trish Bowe … Continue reading

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