News

  • New Tax Sought for Water Project
    Measure W: Safe, Clean Water Tax At the Pacific Palisades Community Council meeting last Thursday, Pamela Manning from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works urged residents to approve the 2.5 cents per-square-foot tax on impermeable
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  • Get Free Tech Help
    Don’t Know How to Send a Photo from Your Phone? If you are having trouble sending a photo from your phone or your computer, or if you are unclear how to send a text or use an App (so you can get transportation via Uber or Lyft), free help is
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  • Chelsea Clinton Comes to Brentwood
    Chelsea Clinton Comes to Diesel Bookstore Diesel bookstore in the Brentwood Country Mart will host a special book signing with Chelsea Clinton for her new book, Start Now! You Can Make a Difference, published by Philomel Books.           In order to
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  • Problems with Recycling Plastic
      Plastic: Bane for Oceans More than 1,000 people attended an event sponsored by adidas and Parley in Temescal Canyon Park last June. Although many residents complained about the concert that was held in conjunction with the event, the sole
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  • PaliHi Football Loses League Opener
    PaliHi Loses to Fairfax, 30-23 “We were so much in control, but we gave away points,” Palisades High football coach Tim Hyde said his team’s home game last Friday night. “We gave up two offensive touchdowns.” And that made the difference in
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  • Trash Causes Problems: BID to Address
    Cans and Bottles NOT Recycled in Business District Member Lou Kamer dropped a bomb at last Thursday’s Community Council meeting. “The items in the recycling bins around town are not being recycled, they are being thrown into the trash,” said
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  • Lane Closed on Sunset Oct. 1-3
    Repair Work on Sunset, Tonight and Wednesday Just when residents thought construction was over and that all lanes of Sunset Boulevard were finally open, one west-bound lane was closed between Monument Street and Swarthmore Avenue on Monday, October
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  • Blackmail Via the Internet
    Look for Compromising Videos of Me My son’s birthday is coming up and he’s been riding a bike seven miles to work. He’s had issues with it, so when my American Legion Auxiliary email Member Perks popped up in my in-box on October 2 promising great
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  • Protect Our Village Signee Responds
    Caruso Should Follow the Signed Agreement (Editor’s note: Pacific Palisades Community Council Treasurer Richard Cohen said at a September 28 PPCC meeting that Caruso might not be following the Protect Our Village agreement because of alleged
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  • Writing Contest Winners Announced
    Winners to Be Announced October 3 The Friends of the Palisades Library will hold its awards ceremony for the annual summer creative writing contest at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, October 3 in the library community room, 861 Alma Real. Actors Bill Jones and
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