News

  • Mandeville Canyon Evacuation Practice Is Successful;
    A Similar Evacuation Is Planned for Parts of Palisades A practice brush fire evacuation was held in Mandeville Canyon on May 19. Fire Station 69 Captain Tom Kitahata said that more than 400 people participated. Paul Revere Middle School was used as
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  • One Election Where No One Will Ask You to Vote:
    Pacific Palisades Community Council Board Elections The Pacific Palisades Community Council (PPCC) will hold elections for president, vice president, secretary and treasurer on June 13. Don’t worry you won’t be asked to vote for them at the meeting;
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  • Civic League to Review Five Residential 
    Construction Plans at May 28 Meeting         The Pacific Palisades Civic League will meet on Tuesday, May 28, at 7:30 p.m. in Tauxe Hall at the Community United Methodist Church, 801 Via de la Paz. The public is invited. (Note: the meeting is on
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  • Councilman Bonin Sends Good News:
    Streets with D and F Grades Will Be Repaired At the Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association annual meeting on May 14, Councilman Mike Bonin said there’s money in the upcoming city budget to begin repairing streets. “The City gave up on streets
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  • Accident on Sunset between Brooktree
    And Chautauqua Sends Six to Hospital A head-on collision on Sunset Boulevard, east of Chautauqua, resulted in six people being transferred to the hospital around 11 p.m. on Saturday, May 18. According to paramedics, none of the injuries were
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  • Palisades High Spring Sports: Volleyball, Swimming, Softball
    (Editor’s note: High School spring sports include volleyball, swimming, softball, lacrosse, track, baseball and golf. The plan is to do a year-end result for each sport. Today, volleyball, swimming and softball are featured. If your youth/teen
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  • PASSINGS:
      Emilie (Milie) Stern, 87, Longtime Palisades Resident Holocaust survivor Milie Stern was born on June 27, 1932 and died at UCLA Santa Monica Hospital on May 15 from brain cancer. Milie immigrated from Europe to California in 1955. She married
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  • Public Elementary Schools in the Palisades
    Will Benefit When People Eat at The Draycott Marissa Hermer, co-owner of The Draycott restaurant, wrote Circling the News, “I know you are all with me in that we can shape the future through our children and hopefully we are educating our children
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  • Uses for the Police Station on Monument
    Now the Structure’s Legality Is Questioned On May 8, Circling the News posted the following Post: “New Uses for Police Station on Monument? Readers Are Asked to Suggest Some Ideas.” CTN had received some suggestions before we posted the
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  • Building a Fourth of July Float Is Easy
    And Fun for Kids and Neighbors By LOU KAMER Last Fourth of July, there was a grown guy driving a huge, thirty-five foot, smoke-billowing, music-blaring truck down Sunset, zigzagging through all lanes and screaming out the window at people on the
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