I am a member of the community and love seeing Halloween decorations, except the fake spider webbing. I was not aware of this problem, but it is very dangerous to birds and bees. They are often caught in the webs and they cannot get out. Please consider removing the webs. Thank you and Happy Halloween!
Would love a realtor to comment on the effect of increased aircraft noise on home values in the Palisades. I have noticed a significant uptick in air traffic the past few weeks and resulting thunderous or whining noise from low flying airplanes near my home. In Hawaii I believe homes have lava ratings. Maybe, our homes should come with noise decibel ratings! To complain: Contact LAX Noise Complaint Line at (424)64-NOISE or (424)646-6473.
It seems like every week there’s a new developer building project in the El Medio and Via Bluffs. Developers have a simple formula: maximize square footage, which means the footprint of the McMansion is pretty much the entire plot. The victims are trees, cut down to make room for square feet and profits. Many of these new homes have no trees at all and rely on trees on neighboring plots for the little shade they’ll have. But what happens to when these neighboring houses go on the market and are bought by developers? What’s happening is the opposite of sustainable.
It was so wild to see lightning in the Palisades! Especially over the ocean. It lasted for a long time too. It felt like a very fitting start to fall.
Interesting to read the story about Christian Williams solo sailing to Hawaii. I tried to put myself in his mindset and I just can’t imagine doing it. Good for him.
It is sad to see the pink slowly disappear from the Starbucks/Café Vida building. At this point, I am curious to see what the final product will look like, but I know it will take me a while to get adjusted to not having the pink around.
Following the return of Theatre Palisades, I love that live music is returning to the Palisades too! It’s time to support local groups that are putting on performances so that they may continue on in the future.
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