News

  • City Council Tables Homeless Anti-Camping Ordinance Until July 28
    At a special L.A. City Council meeting today (July 1) at City Hall, council members renewed the debate that had started on Tuesday that would allow residents and the handicapped equal access, with the homeless, to public space. A draft ordinance
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  • Look for World War II Planes on July 4th
    (Editor’s note: This article is reprinted with permission from the Palisades Americanism Parade Association.) By LAUREL BUSBY Contributing Writer For a second year, Palisadians can enjoy a Fourth of July flyover of WWII-era planes. When the
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  • World-Renowned BASE Jumper on Skydiving Team
    (Editor’s note: The following article has been reprinted with permission from the Palisades Americanism Parade Association. The skydivers will jump at 2 p.m. to start the parade.)   By LAUREL BUSBY Contributing Writer Skydiving caught
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  • Fireworks Light up the 4th of July Sky
    (Editor’s note: The following article is reprinted with permission for the Palisades Americanism Parade Association. Tickets must be purchased online at Palisades4th.com. NO tickets will be sold at the gate.) By LAUREL BUSBY Contributing
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  • Joe Halper, Understated Activist, Aids Residents
    (Editor’s note: This article is reprinted with permission by the Palisades Americanism Parade Association.) By LAURA ABRUSCATO Contributing Writer Palisadian Joe Halper was surprised and delighted to learn he was named co-parade marshal for
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  • Crime Uptick from June 20 to 26
    Pacific Palisades temporary Senior Lead Officer Brian Espin released the Part 1 Crime report for June 20-26 that included 10 incidents. BURGLARY: June 20, in the 14700 block of McKendree Avenue. The suspect removed a garage opener from a vehicle
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  • City Council Addresses Anti-Camping Ordinance
    The City Council approved 12-3 to have the City Attorney pen a new anti-camping ordinance, that will be voted on Thursday. Today’s meeting started with virtual public comment. During the half-hour allotted for comment, the majority of calls focused
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  • 4th of July Parade Co-Marshal: Dr. Mike Martini Serves the Town
    (Editor’s note: This year co-parade marshals were chosen by the Palisades Americanism Parade Association. Circling the New received permission from PAPA to run this story. Tomorrow CTN will run the story of the other co-marshal.) By LAUREL
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  • Polo Matches (and Movies) Return to Will Rogers
    A resident told CTN last week, “I just got back from my evening visit to Will Rogers State Park,” where she noticed horses, trailers and staff in the lower parking lot. She learned that weekend polo has resumed on the only polo field in Los Angeles.
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  • Jordan Wilimovsky Prepares for the Olympics
    Long-distance swimmer Jordan Wilimovsky spent one of his last training sessions at the Palisades High School pool on June 24. His coach David Kelsheimer told Circling the News that Jordan was headed to a U.S. training camp in Hawaii before competing
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