Blog Posts

  • Chautauqua Boulevard Needs Repair
    Key Roads Need Repair in Pacific Palisades A recent report by the nonprofit transportation group [TRIP] noted that “Bumpy roads, uneven pavement and potholes cost drivers in the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim areas more than $900 a year in repairs,
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  • Louis-Dreyfus Receives Mark Twain Prize
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus Adds to Her Honors Longtime Pacific Palisades resident Julia Louis-Dreyfus received the 21st Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on October 21 at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Louis-Dreyfus, 57, who is known for her work
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  • Developer’s Proposed Houses on Marquette Challenged
    Pizzulli Seeks to Build Eight Homes along Las Pulgas Canyon By SARAH STOCKMAN Special to Circling the News (Editor’s note: Stockman has been reporting on this controversial project since its inception.)  On October 1, the Los Angeles
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  • Continuing Issues with Caruso Palisades Village
    The Bad, the Ugly and the Uglier: Palisades Village Not a Good Neighbor  Caruso Closes Streets Illegally Los Angeles has rules about street closures. First you must obtain a permit from Street Services to close the street. Than you must post in
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  • Gender-Neutral Bathrooms Approved by Park Advisory Board
    Board Votes for New Bathrooms at the Rec Center      Palisades Recreation Center Director Erich Haas told the Park Advisory Board on October 17 that it had to make a decision about the park’s bathrooms because they need to be renovated and
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  • Terminus of Sylmar Ground Return System Being Replaced
    Mystery Ocean Barge Is an Electrical Project Pacific Palisades Rotary Club member Jim Hahn wondered about the barge, with cranes, that has been located in Santa Monica Bay, off Gladstone’s. Other locals have expressed similar concerns, with
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  • Bazaar Proceeds Will Go to Mission Projects
    Methodist Bazaar Starts Thursday The United Methodist Women will hold their annual Country Bazaar over three days at the Community United Methodist Church, 801 Via de la Paz. On Thursday, October 25, from 7 to 9 p.m., admission is $5 and includes
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  • More Problems Surrounding Caruso’s Village
    Residents Want their Neighborhood Back By LOLA COFFEY Alphabet Street residents (those nearest the Caruso Palisades Village development) have coined the phrase, “placebo effect” to describe the (unpermitted) signs that Caruso placed around the
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  • PaliHi Football Team Continues to Win
    Dolphins Rout University, 35-0, Remain Tied for First PHOTOS: TANYA BARCESSAT As expected, the Palisades High football team easily dispatched University, 35-0, on Friday night to remain in a three-way tie for first-place in the Western League.
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  • Free Flu Shots at Woman’s Club
    Free Flu Vaccination Clinic The 2017-2018 flu season was a bad one, with flu and its complications killing around 80,000 people, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Experts say that was the highest flu death toll in
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