An open appeal to Palisades Village developer Mr. Caruso: Can you please encourage and incentivize your Palisades Village shoppers and diners to park in the beautiful underground parking structure? This would be most helpful, courteous, and above all safe for the community and its neighbors, vehicle drivers and particularly pedestrians. In my personal experience whether walking or driving, I am routinely nearly picked off by cars jockeying for limited street parking, hanging 3-point and U-turns in the middle of Monument, double-parking/double-hovering, and illegally turning left from a clearly marked no left turn sign from Swarthmore onto Monument. Perhaps traffic monitoring is something you can advocate for Mr. Caruso? But at the minimum, please Mr. Caruso, figure out how to entice your customers to use the subterranean parking garage you have built at great expense.
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Why is everyone so upset with Mr. Bonin’s good plan to house the homeless at Will Rogers State Beach? His wonky thinking is certainly no different than that of the other bureaucrats who have been elected to run the city, county, state, and country. Maybe we need another bond to build housing for the homeless, which I’m sure they’ll want to inhabit. After all, bonds don’t cost us anything like taxes, do they?
Please neighbors, do not use or place rodenticide/rat poison near your home! There is so much wildlife that surrounds us, we should work to protect the mountain lions and bobcats that roam the Palisades!
Cut Out Cutlery
I love to see all the restaurants participating in Resilient Palisades’ campaign and cutting out cutlery, significantly reducing the use of single-use plastics I’m sure. These are amazing changes and I can’t wait to see our ripples become waves. Hopefully the rest of LA can follow suit.
Fourth of July
Summer is quickly approaching and I am waiting for any news regarding Fourth of July celebrations. Do you think we’ll be able to celebrate together this year? Would love to hear what the community thinks.
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