Community Safety Meeting to Be Held April 6

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A town hall meeting sponsored by the Pacific Palisades Community Council and Ronald Reagan American Legion Post 283 will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on April 6 at the Legion Hall, 15247 La Cruz Drive. People, who are unable to attend in person, may go to pacpalicc.org for a virtual link, to listen to the presentation.

Panelists will include the following Los Angeles Police Department officers: LAPD Sr. Lead Officers Brian Espin and Matt Kirk; Beach Detail officer Jose Bermudez, West LA Commander Captain Craig Heredia and Sergeant Scott Alpert.

Los Angeles Fire Department will be represented by West Bureau Commander Deputy Chief Richard Fields and Captain Bryan Nassour (Brush Clearance).

Also present will be Jimmy Kim (Apollo Security), LA City Attorney Neighborhood Prosecutor Claudia Martin, Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness Co-President Sharon Kilbride and L.A. City Bureau of Engineering Potrero Park project manager Kristen Ly.

The meeting’s aim is to have a conversation about the community needs and to assist agencies tasked with public safety to better understand concerns.

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2 Responses to Community Safety Meeting to Be Held April 6

  1. Judy Marcus says:

    I am amazed by the lack of sensitivity of the PPCC in scheduling this important discussion on the 2nd night of Passover, when some of us will be busy with family matters. Do you think they would record it for those of us who cannot attend either in person or remotely? We have always been interested in promoting and attending discussions relating to safety and evacuation in the event of fire.

  2. Sue says:

    Judy,

    I sent an inquiry about a recording of the meeting–CTN will have a reporter there to cover the event–

    Sue

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