I just don’t get how people can throw trash out their windows. Every Sunday my husband goes for a walk and ends it by picking up trash along Sunset between Chautauqua and Brooktree. There are always two bags worth. We all need to keep our Palisades beautiful.
Neighbors please be sure to keep an eye on your pets and let them inside when you can. I’ve heard too many local horror stories about the coyotes, mountain lions and bobcats that swoop them up in the blink of an eye.
Thank you for the dog park update. I, like many others in the community, am hoping that things move along quicker rather than slower.
Shout out to Sarah Shmerling for getting us back our crime report!
(Editor’s note: The Post cannot take full credit for the return of the crime report—Senior Lead Officer for Pacific Palisades Brian Espin has sent the report each week, which helps it get into the paper. We anticipate a brief pause while Espin is out on a pre-scheduled vacation.)
I’ve been curious about Qué Padre while walking around Palisades Village, and after reading about it, it sounds delicious. Looking forward to trying it soon.
Can we all wear our masks again? I don’t want to spark an aggressive debate, I just know that many of us feel safer in and around town when others are wearing their masks.
It would be interesting to hear from people who have lived in the Palisades for many years about how it has changed: looks, character, etc. There have been so many changes in the two years that I’ve known the Palisades. I can’t imagine how much it’s changed in the last 10 or 20 years.
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