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Caruso’s Clean-Up Plan Receives Initial Approval

Caruso Affiliated announced Monday, Aug. 25 that its comprehensive clean-up plan for Swarthmore Avenue in Pacific Palisades has received initial approval from the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), an agency of the State of California. On the same day, the DTSC released a draft response plan inviting public comment on developer Rick Caruso’s proposed Read the full article…

Pregerson Hit-and-Run Suspects Make Court Appearance

Pregerson Hit-and-Run Suspects Make Court Appearance

Marguerite Dao Vuong, who recently retired after 29 years at the Pacific Palisades Post Office, and her husband Michael appeared before Hon. Jay Ford III at the Airport Courthouse on Wednesday, Aug. 20. The judge set a preliminary hearing date of Monday, Sept. 22. The Vuongs stand accused of the December 2013 hit-and-run on Chautauqua Read the full article…

First Phase of Pali High Gateway Project Completed

First Phase of Pali High Gateway Project Completed

A ribbon-cutting ceremony  Tuesday, Aug. 19 marked the completion of the initial phase of Palisades High School’s Gateway Project. This first phase of the project focused on the area near Mercer Hall and the main office. The transformation included repainting with softer colors, replanting, highlighting a wall of ceramic tiles completed by Pali High students Read the full article…

Former Post Reporter Reza Gostar Returns as News Editor

Former Post Reporter Reza Gostar Returns as News Editor

Reza Gostar, a former Palisadian-Post reporter, has returned to the Post as News Editor. Gostar was most recently working as a reporter for the 87-year-old The Desert Sun, a daily, subscriber-based paper that is the primary news source for the Coachella Valley. He brings a solid background in reporting as well as a wealth of Read the full article…

Woman’s Club Sets Sept. 30 Deadline for Grant Applications

The Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club, which donated $32,000 to 30 local nonprofits this year, has set Sept. 30 as the deadline date for grant application submissions. Applications, which can be found at theppwc.org, must be submitted in complete and final form by Sept. 30. Applications still requiring follow-up or other changes after that date will Read the full article…

Comment Period for DWP Power Project Extended to Sept. 2

The Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association learned Aug. 12 that the comment period for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s Sylmar Ground Return Replacement Project timeline was extended until Sept. 2. City Councilmember Mike Bonin aided in getting the extension granted. LADWP is proposing to install a direct electrical current ground wire under Read the full article…

Larry Pennell

Larry Pennell

February 21, 1929 – August 28, 2013 Larry Pennell, an actor with over 400 credits across genres in film, television and stage roles, passed away in Santa Monica, California; he was 84. A longtime Pacific Palisades resident, Larry is often remembered for his role as the charismatic Dash Riprock in the television series The Beverly Read the full article…

Robert W. Deats, 92

Robert W. Deats, 92

Robert W. Deats was strong until his last day, Aug. 16, 2014, when he passed away at St. John’s Hospital as the result of a heart attack some hours before. His entire nuclear family was able to be with him. Bob, as he was always known, was born Sept. 24, 1921 in Graham, Texas, a Read the full article…

Robert Locker, Community Activist

Robert Locker, Community Activist

Robert Locker passed on Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014 leaving a large gap in our community. Bob was a big man with a big heart who loved Pacific Palisades. He will be missed for his easygoing and caring style of friendship and community involvement. Bob liked just about everyone he ever met, enjoying them, foibles and Read the full article…

Eric A. Kahn, 57, Prominent Architect

Eric A. Kahn, 57, Prominent Architect

Eric A. Kahn, beloved son, husband, devoted father, architect, conceptual artist and longtime professor at Southern California Institute of Architecture, died of heart failure on June 2, 2014 at the age of 57. A senior design studio faculty at SCI-Arc for 25 years, Kahn was instrumental in opening the minds of several generations of students Read the full article…

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