On Thursday March 25, I misplaced a necklace while swimming at the pool of the Sea Ridge Condos on Palisades Drive. The necklace is a silver chain, with a small mezuzah pendant on which has a Star of David on the front, and the words “Love Roz” engraved on the back. Once I realized it was gone I scoured the entire area at the pool attempting to find it the following Friday morning. Unfortunately I came up empty handed. The necklace is of extreme sentimental value, and I have no idea how I could have lost it in such a small space! But I think it’s best to put a word out since the Palisades is so small! If my necklace is found, I can be contacted either through the Post’s office at 310-454-1321 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am sad about the number of Palisadians I know who have “cut the line” to get the vaccine before they are eligible. Some pretended they are in agriculture or education. Others went to South LA clinics and stood in line to receive a vaccine not meant for them. The vaccine rollout relies on honesty and integrity; the officials intentionally didn’t want too many rules to make it more difficult for the folks who truly need the shot. Do these Palisadians think their health is more important than others? They are so special they can cut the line? They can’t wait their turn? It is such a poor reflection on the moral character of some in our town. If you want to wait for the extra shots at a clinic at the end of the day, that is fair game. But otherwise, you are cheating the system and are dishonest and self-centered.
Thanks to all the hardworking crews who cleaned up the street this week from the water main dilemma, what an insane job and they got it done!!
I feel like a broken record at times and although things have started to feel seemingly normal, we should still tread with caution. I have a looming fear of falling backwards again into a spike of COVID cases, but I also hope with more and more people getting vaccinated, that we’re past that. Just wear your masks please.
Very grateful the left-turn signal is now active at Chautauqua and Sunset. I love seeing the work of several entities within the community come together to make necessary change.
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