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Female “Tent City” Dweller Arrested After Double Burglary in Castellammare

Female “Tent City” Dweller Arrested  After Double Burglary in Castellammare

By ALEXANDRIA BORDAS | Reporter Robin White, 32, was in the kitchen casually cooking a meal and sipping a cold beer in a home on the 300 block of Via Nicholas on the afternoon of Tuesday, June 23. She changed into fresh clothing and turned on the stovetop, patiently waiting for the water to boil. The Read the full article…

Six Potrero Parcels Auctioned for $17 Million

Six Potrero Parcels Auctioned for $17 Million

By ALEXANDRIA BORDAS | Reporter Six properties on the Potrero Canyon rim were sold at auction to a select few who paid well over $2 million for each parcel in a cavernous board room at Los Angles City Hall on Thursday, June 25. Booming shouts from the auctioneer could be heard while more than 100 bidders Read the full article…

Man Attempts Murder with Machete

By ALEXANDRIA BORDAS | Reporter A Sunset Mesa resident was arrested for attempted murder after threatening to kill a couple crossing the street near the Shell gas station on the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Pacific Coast Highway in Pacific Palisades on Saturday, June 27 at 9:30 p.m. LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore said the 44-year Read the full article…

Norman Kulla Steps Down

Norman Kulla Steps Down

Residents, Officials Bid Farewell to Community Friend By FRANCES SHARPE and DEBORAH STAMBLER | Editor-in-Chief/Contributing Writer Dozens of Palisadians and other Westsiders crowded into a second-floor room at Councilmember Mike Bonin’s West Los Angeles field office on Friday, June 26 to bid farewell to a longtime friend of the Palisades community. After a decade of public Read the full article…

Meet the Winner! Mayor Jake’s Contest

Meet the Winner! Mayor Jake’s Contest

By JACQUELINE PRIMO | Reporter Eight-year-old Gavin Alexander, Palisades Elementary School third grader, was all smiles and excitement when he found out he won the chance to ride in the 2015 Fourth of July parade. “I was so excited!” he told the Palisadian-Post. Gavin and his parents Felicia and Gregg are the winners of Mayor Jake’s Read the full article…

Democratic Club Hosts Presentation on Fracking

By ALEXANDRIA BORDAS | Reporter “How many of you have heard of fracking?” Brenna Norton of Food and Water Watch posed this question when she made a presentation on the effects of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, at the Pacific Palisades Democratic Club (PPDC) meeting on Tuesday, June 23. “Fracking is a method to extract natural gas Read the full article…

Optimist, Palisades Will Rogers Run Foundations Donate $30,000

Optimist, Palisades Will Rogers Run Foundations Donate $30,000

Eighteen community organizations and schools have been selected to receive 2015 grants totaling $30,000. The grants are awarded from net proceeds of the annual Fourth of July Palisades-Will Rogers 5/10K Run. The Palisades Will Rogers 5/10 K Run Foundation (also known as the Palisades Ridge Runners) has partnered with the Pacific Palisades Optimist Foundation for Read the full article…

Janet S. Doepel

Janet S. Doepel

Janet S. Doepel, age 92, passed away peacefully at home on June 21, the summer solstice, with family beside her. The cause of her death was congestive heart failure. Janet Louise was born to Alvina and Harry Stoeckle, Sr., on August 17, 1922 in Highland Park, Michigan, just a few minutes ahead of her twin Read the full article…

PPCC Discusses Safety on PCH

By DEBORAH STAMBLER | Contributing Writer A long with regular reports from Pacific Palisades Community Council (PPCC) committees and area representatives, PPCC meetings also function as an arena for local politicians and their field reps to connect with and update the community. At the PPCC meeting on June 25, Ted Harter from Assemblymember Richard Bloom’s office shared Read the full article…

Palisadians Get Ready to Run

Palisadians Get Ready to Run

Saint John’s CEO Marcel Loh Is the Official Starter for Saturday’s Morning’s Race By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor Palisadians will get up early, lace up their running shoes and dress up in red, white and blue on Saturday morning for the 38th annual Palisades-Will Rogers 5/10K Run, which starts and ends at the entrance to Read the full article…

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