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Walk with Love in Palisades Raises $220,000 (and Counting) for Breast Cancer Research

Walk with Love in Palisades Raises $220,000 (and Counting) for Breast Cancer Research

By SIERRA DAVIS | Pali Life Editor A parade of pink moved through Pacific Palisades on Sunday morning when 700 registered walkers and runners gathered at the Palisades Recreation Center for the 8th annual Walk With Love 5K Run/Walk benefiting the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation. Race-day reports said the annual event raised more than $220,000 and Read the full article…

Controversial Apartment Project Hearing on June 3

Controversial Apartment Project Hearing on June 3

By ALEXANDRIA BORDAS | Reporter More than a dozen people who are actively engaged in a dispute over a proposed development on a stretch of property known to locals as one of the last vestiges of scenic ocean view on Sunset Blvd. in Pacific Palisades, will finally have a chance to express their concerns. A public Read the full article…

Bonin Addresses Homelessness, LAFD Hiring Gap at SMCCA Annual Meeting

Bonin Addresses Homelessness, LAFD Hiring Gap at SMCCA Annual Meeting

By ALEXANDRIA BORDAS | Reporter Councilmember Mike Bonin held an open discussion with community members at the annual Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association (SMCCA) meeting on Tuesday, May 12. Bonin spoke for most of the evening and engaged a crowd of nearly 100 at Rustic Canyon Recreation Center on topics such as homelessness, the Los Angeles Read the full article…

Beekeeping Ordinance Buzzes to City Council

Beekeeping Ordinance Buzzes to City Council

By ALEXANDRIA BORDAS | Reporter Los Angeles City Hall had standing room only during the Planning Commission meeting on Thursday, May 14 where an ordinance to allow urbanized backyard beekeeping in LA was approved 5-1. Individual beekeepers and organizations in LA have worked five years to legalize backyard beekeeping. Now, the ordinance heads to the City Read the full article…

LADWP, SM Canyon Residents Tout Benefits of Recycled Water

By ALEXANDRIA BORDAS | Reporter How drinkable is our wastewater? Palisadian Deborah Castleman, who has personally tasted treated wastewater, said, “It’s perfect! Tastes just fine.” Representatives from the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) presented reasonable solutions to the water crisis at the annual Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association (SMCCA) annual meeting on Tuesday, Read the full article…

PPCC Presents Forum on Mansionization, Vacation Rentals

By DEBORAH STAMBLER | Special to the Palisadian-Post A well-organized discussion of two issues important to Palisades residents took place at the latest Pacific Palisades Community Council meeting on May 14. Tricia Keane, Director of Land Use and Planning for Councilmember Mike Bonin, gave background and presented information on the Baseline Mansionization Ordinance and the issue of Read the full article…

Enter Mayor Jake’s ‘Ride of a Lifetime’ Contest

Enter Mayor Jake’s ‘Ride of a Lifetime’ Contest

Every year, the Honorary Mayor of Pacific Palisades gets to ride in the Fourth of July parade. This year, Mayor Jake Steinfeld will be out of town on the big day, and he’s decided to offer you and your family a once-in-a-lifetime chance to take his place in the parade, which is put on by Read the full article…

Dolphins Rule in the Pool

Dolphins Rule in the Pool

Pali High Boys Win Third Straight City Swim Title and Girls Claim Sixth in a Row at East LA College  By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor The winner was no longer in doubt by the time Palisades High’s boys 400 freestyle took the pool for the final event of last Friday’s  City Section swim championships at Read the full article…

Pali High Softball Players Named to All-League Squad

Pali High Softball Players Named to All-League Squad

The Palisades High varsity softball team wasn’t selected for the City Section Division I playoffs, but it is well represented on the All-Western League team. Making the first team are sophomore pitcher Paulette Ely, freshman utility Calia Hunter and senior utility Monika Swanson. Making the All-League second team for Palisades were junior outfielder Daisy Jones, Read the full article…

Lacrosse Teams Fall in Finals

Lacrosse Teams Fall in Finals

Pali High’s 71-Game City Winning Streak Ends in 9-4 Loss to Birmingham By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor The season didn’t end quite as expected for the Palisades High boys lacrosse team. The Dolphins entered Saturday’s City Section championship game as heavy favorites, but all that did was make visiting Birmingham more determined to succeed where Read the full article…

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