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Homeless Encampment Cooking Fire In Temescal Canyon Sparks Cleanup

Homeless Encampment Cooking Fire In Temescal Canyon Sparks Cleanup

City officials cleaned up the fenced park area on Temescal Canyon Rd. near the stormwater project site last week after firefighters quickly extinguished a cooking fire started in a group of homeless encampments. On Friday morning, July 18, Los Angeles Police Department, Department of Animal Services, Department of Sanitation and Los Angeles Conservation Corps representatives Read the full article…

Pace of Pali High ‘Gateway’ Project Picks Up

Pace of Pali High ‘Gateway’ Project Picks Up

The facelift coming to Palisades High School known as the Gateway Project should be completed before the start of the 2014-15 academic year, officials learned at the Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday, July 15. The project’s aim is to address pedestrian safety concerns and the entryway at Pali High’s front intersection. The design proposes a Read the full article…

Archer School Project Poses Potential Traffic Issues

Archer School Project Poses Potential Traffic Issues

Anyone who lives in Pacific Palisades and has to travel on Sunset Boulevard to the 405 has likely gotten stuck in traffic at some point. Kim Chase, who lives in Brentwood near Barrington, has the opposite commute, driving her son to and from school in the Palisades along the heavily congested thoroughfare. “I go back Read the full article…

Proposed ‘Parklet’ Spurs Controversy

Proposed ‘Parklet’ Spurs Controversy

Calling it “an opportunity to do an experiment” for the next year, the Village Design Review Board heard the proposal to install a “parklet” in front of Palisades Garden Café at its Wednesday, July 16 meeting. “I believe we are constrained,” said DRB Chairman Rick Mills. “The Los Angeles City Council approved it. We can Read the full article…

Medical Association Appoints Palisadian as New President

Medical Association Appoints Palisadian as New President

On July 1 the Los Angeles County Medical Association appointed Palisadian Dr. Pedram Salimpour as its 143rd president. A LACMA member of eight years and a Palisades resident for 26 years, Salimpour stepped up to the plate to represent 6,500 physicians of every medical specialty and practice. “I think the most important thing is to Read the full article…

Helen Iredell Gulick, 97, Played Her Last Hand

Helen Iredell Gulick, 97, Played Her Last Hand

On July 10, 2014, Helen Iredell Gulick, known to her many friends as Sally, passed gracefully away in her Pacific Palisades home of 50 years, after 97 years of serving and loving all who knew her. Sally was born June 6, 1917 in Akron, Ohio to the family of one of the many rubber barons. Read the full article…

Madeleine Reilly Zaloom

Madeleine Reilly Zaloom

Madeleine Reilly Zaloom passed away peacefully on July 11, 2014, surrounded by her loving family. She lived a wonderful life filled with many dear friends, extensive travel and remarkable independence. Madeleine was born during simpler times in New Brunswick, New Jersey. She witnessed many amazing events in history: the Great Depression, World War II and Read the full article…

Thomas Joseph Maloney

Thomas Joseph Maloney

Thomas Joseph Maloney passed away at St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica on July 12, 2014. He passed peacefully with his daughter by his side. Thomas was known as Tim, a nickname from his younger years. He lived an adventurous and full life – many great stories were shared, and he touched the lives of Read the full article…

Luxe Home Health Agency Hosts Mixer

Luxe Home Health Agency Hosts Mixer

On Thursday, July 17 the Pacific Palisades Chamber of Commerce held its monthly mixer, which was hosted by Luxe Home Health Agency. Arnie Wishnick, executive director of the Chamber, said he always looks forward to these social events, meeting new people in the community and getting the chance to “showcase a business.” Fay Vahdani, president Read the full article…

West LA Computers Comes to Tech Rescue

West LA Computers Comes to Tech Rescue

“Each computer has its own personality,” said Matt Kinzelberg, the man who founded West LA Computers, headquartered in Pacific Palisades. “Not every computer works exactly the same way.” Kinzelberg, who has lived in the Palisades since the age of seven and currently lives in Alphabet Streets, said his mother claims he has been computer-savvy since Read the full article…

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