Category Archives: Pacific Palisades Community Council

DWP Poles on Sunset Raise Ire

(This story about the Pole-Top Distribution Station was written in November 2016 and published in a local paper.) Outside the Palisades Branch Library last Wednesday evening, the temperature was hot. But inside it was even hotter, as about 30 residents … Continue reading

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State Rejects DWP’s Bid For Los Leones Property

(CTN’s editor wrote this story in May 2015 and it was published in a local paper.  DWP did indeed try to find alternate locations.) The State of California has rejected LADWP’s plea to buy state park land at Los Leones … Continue reading

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History of the DWP’s Efforts to Add a Power Distribution Station

(This CTN editor wrote the story below that appeared in the September 2012 edition of a local paper. A meeting held at Marquez school in April 2012 had resulted in the formation of the committee. That April meeting was loud … Continue reading

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Park and Community Council Meetings this Week.

  PAB WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25 The Park Advisory Board will meet via Zoom at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, January 25. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85023154622 Meeting ID: 850 2315 4622 by telephone (669)444-9171. Public comments on Agenda items will be heard only when the … Continue reading

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Citizen of the Year, Sparkplugs Sought

The PPCC is accepting nominations for the 2022 Citizen of the Year and Golden Sparkplug Awards. The first Pacific Palisades Citizen of the Year was John Pixley in 1947. The tradition continued, and annually, the local town newspaper, the Palisadian-Post … Continue reading

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Long Discussion: Two Hours Later a Vote Taken

The Pacific Palisades Community Council conducted its September 22 meeting after members of the community listened to Council District 11 candidates Traci Park and Erin Darling answer questions for 45 minutes. About two hours was mostly devoted to four bylaw … Continue reading

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Rihanna Selected to Perform at Next Super Bowl

  By BERNICE FOX   Former Palisadian Rihanna will be the halftime headliner at the next Super Bowl. The multi-Grammy winning pop and R&B singer will take the stage at Super Bowl LVII, on Sunday, February 12, 2023, in Glendale, Arizona. This … Continue reading

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Darling versus Park on the Community Council Agenda

If a resident is still trying to decide how the two CD 11 candidates, Traci Park and Erin Darling, stand on issues, they will appear via Zoom on the Pacific Palisades Community Council from 6 to 6:45 p.m. on Thursday, … Continue reading

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Make a Difference, Help Govern Your Community: Run for the Council

Robert Abernethy, an NBC correspondent and a Palisades resident, suggested that a Citizen’s Council be formed in 1971 to “protect Pacific Palisades from outsider interests and act as an ‘enabler’ to local volunteer service groups.” In 1973, the Pacific Palisades … Continue reading

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Highlands Eldercare Building Impacts Residents

Is a special Environmental Impact Review (EIR) needed to add an entrance gate to a public park? That question recently came up in a January 27 letter in the Palisadian-Post (“Holding Public Officials Accountable, Local Project Concerns”). An EIR examines … Continue reading

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