Category Archives: Pacific Palisades Community Council

PCH Task Force Meeting: Caltrans Official Addresses Four Projects Affecting Pacific Palisades

What’s the most dangerous move a driver can make on Pacific Coast Highway? At the Wednesday quarterly PCH Task Force meeting in Malibu, an L.A. County Sheriff and a California Highway Patrol representative agreed that it’s “a U-turn on Pacific … Continue reading

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Sweet Rose, the Popular Ice Cream Store on Monument, Will Close February 29 

Say goodbye to Fresh Mint Chip and Cookies & Cream, the best-selling flavors at Sweet Rose Ice Creamery, located in the Monument Building off Sunset. A sign posted on the front door says the shop will close. Circling the News … Continue reading

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Rosalie Huntington Receives Poll-Worker Training for New Voting System – And Offers Tips for Voters

Palisadian Rosalie Huntington, who has worked as a poll worker on election day for several years in Pacific Palisades, has been trained to handle the new voting system in Los Angeles. “One take-away is that voters should bring their sample … Continue reading

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Firefighters Breakfast with Palisades Optimist Club, Answer Questions about Brush Fires and Evacuations

LAFD Station 69 B-Platoon Firefighters, under Captains Erick Schneider and Paul Egizi, stopped by the Palisades Optimist Club breakfast meeting on Tuesday in Janes Hall at the Presbyterian Church. Questions asked by the Optimist centered around “How do we keep … Continue reading

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Succulent Expert to Speak at Garden Club Meeting

Succulents are some of the most successful plants grown in Southern California yards because of low water and high sun requirements. They also make a delightful house plant. The Pacific Palisades Garden Club will host guest speaker Jeff Moore, who has … Continue reading

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Three Reasons to Attend Next PAB Meeting: Potrero Park, Dog Park, Tennis Courts

The Pacific Palisades Park Advisory Board will hold its first quarterly meeting of 2020 on Wednesday, January 15 at 7 p.m. in the small gym. The public is invited. The L.A. Bureau of Engineering’s Pedro Garcia, who is overseeing Potrero … Continue reading

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Citizen of the Year, Golden Sparkplugs and Pride of the Palisades Honored by Council

It was a festive, upbeat night on December 12, when five residents were honored for their important and impactful volunteer activities in Pacific Palisades. A tradition since 1947, this was the first time the event was held at the Woman’s … Continue reading

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Lisa Glantz Honored with Golden Sparkplug for Continuing the Holiday Ho!Ho!Ho! Tradition

Last November, the cherished tradition of having Santa Claus make a one-night stop to visit children in Pacific Palisades was suddenly abandoned by the Chamber of Commerce, which had organized the festivities for nearly 70 years. The reason given to halt … Continue reading

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Garden Club Talk Will Focus on Wreath Making

The Palisades Garden Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, December 2, to watch floral designer Connie Mercurio craft two different holiday wreaths and show how to decorate holiday topiaries. The meeting at the Woman’s Club on Haverford is … Continue reading

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Two Residents Overlooked for Sparkplug Honors, But CTN Applauds the Three Deserving Winners

The Citizen of the Year Award and Golden Sparkplug Awards used to be presented at a dinner organized annually by the Palisadian-Post since 1947. However, when local resident Alan Smolinisky bought the Post in 2012, he decided he didn’t want his … Continue reading

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