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Cece Healy Webb and Joan Sather
Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

Get Patriotic for the Pacific Palisades Fourth of July Home Decorating Contest

Find your American flags, pull out the bunting and dream up an original patriotic design, because the annual PAPA/Joan Sather and Cece Webb Real Estate Patriotic Home Decorating Contest guidelines are set. All homes in Pacific Palisades are eligible, including those in the Highla...
Joan Ingle
Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

Palisades Elementary School Principal Joan Ingle to Retire

By Sue Pascoe Editor Once again, I was called to the principal’s office at Palisades Elementary School on May 9. But this time (years later) it was not about the behavior of one of my three children, but rather the bittersweet news that Principal Joan Ingle, who has been at the...
The proposed illegal sign for the 881 Alma Real Building is 27 ft. long x 51 inches high.

Court Rules Palisadian-Post’s Illegal Signs Can Go Up

By Sue Pascoe Editor The Palisades Design Review Board and the West Los Angeles Area Planning Commission ruled that the two proposed Palisadian-Post signs for the parapet of the 881 Alma Real building were illegal because they were oversized and did not follow the town’s specif...
Los Angeles’ Lucrative Trash Deal Draws Pacific Palisades’ Ire

Los Angeles’ Lucrative Trash Deal Draws Pacific Palisades’ Ire

The Los Angeles City Council has awarded 10-year contracts to seven trash companies and their subcontractors. In exchange, the companies, which take care of waste disposal from stores, restaurants and apartment buildings (with more than four units), will pay the city an estimated...
LADP West Traffic investigators (green vests), walk away from the white tent set up to protect the deceased until the coroner arrived on April 2, 2017. Other investigators examine the motorcycle debris by the tree that was hit by the Kawaski driver. Photo: Hugh Slavitt

LAPD, CHP Address Pacific Palisades Motorcycle Concerns

Two traffic officers addressed motorcycle concerns at the May 5 PCH Task Force meeting, held in the Palisades Bowl mobile home park on Pacific Coast Highway. Leland Tang of the California Highway Patrol said three different motorcycle clubs ride through the area and often will al...

Palisades Library Book Club To Meet May 24

The Palisades Library Book Club will meet on May 24, noon to 1 p.m., in the library’s community room. All are welcome. Kathy Jackson, the facilitator, will lead a lively discussion of “Days Without End” by Sebastian Barry. Participants can call the library at (310) ...
Palisades Crime: 2 Suspects Commit Brazen Robbery at Gunpoint

Palisades Crime: 2 Suspects Commit Brazen Robbery at Gunpoint

The following May 21, 2017 crime report was supplied by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore of the West L.A. Division. Arrests do not indicate a conviction.   ROBBERY 16150 Sunset Bl, 5/18/17 at 1:20 AM. The suspect’s (#1 male black, black hair brown eyes, 5’9...
A variety of plants provides a healthy ecosystem for insects.
Photo: Wendy Price Anderson

Pacific Palisades Garden Club Began during WWII

(Editor’s note: The Pacific Palisades Garden Club’s history was chronicled in the Palisadian-Post on January 13, 1972. Below is an abbreviated version of that article.) Pacific Palisades Garden Club was an outgrowth of Victory Garden classes held here during World War II with...
Sue Pascoe (left) and Don Scott watch as PaliHi College Counselors Ruth Grubbs and Diane Hurst (right) accept a check to help students with college extras. Photo: Rich Wilken

Viewpoint: Kudos for the ‘Off to College’ Fund

By Sue Pascoe Editor Resident Dan Clement, the founder of College Bound Today, shared a May 12 New York Times article “This Year’s College-Bound Essayists and Their ‘Beautiful Contradictions.'”  In her college essay, Montebello student Ida Felipe, who p...