This ruff ruff showed up at a Coastal SP house – perhaps frightened by the Great LA Air Raid noise last night. Collar but no tags. Anyone recognize? 310.748.2134
Palisades Residents – today’s the day! Join fellow residents and public officials sharing + providing Public Safety, Traffic and Neighborhood Watch solutions. See you at the Elks.
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Palisades Residents are invited to the CSPNC Public Safety Summit on Saturday, January 25 at the Elks Club from 1:00-5:00. The Summit and Parking are free.
All Tracks include paneled discussion on topics of importance to Palisades Residents:
1:00 Prevention | Neighborhood Watch 2.0 + Technology
2:15 Education | School, Sports & Programs
3:00 Identification | Epicenters, Impact Zones & Statistics
4:00 Transportation | Streets & Traffic
Step up and Speak out. Bring your thoughts and questions. See you there.
Palisades Residents are welcome to attend the PRA Board Meeting Thursday at the Marine Exchange Conference Room at 6:00 pm
1. PRA Board Seat availability and Membership (10 min)
2. Upcoming Neighborhood Watch / Public Safety initiatives (10 min)
3. White Point Landslide update and position (30 min)
4. Palisades Area Street Solutions (30 min)
5. PRA Annual Meeting Planning and 2014 Schedule (20 min)
Please comment here or respond with any topics you would like added to the Agenda that are not listed above. The meeting will adjourn promptly at 8:30.
“Last week, work crews under the supervision of the Bureau of Engineering uncovered a crack eight feet below the surface while performing excavation work at the White Point Landslide in San Pedro. While we do not know how long the crack has been there, the preliminary investigation determined that there has been no additional earth movement since the landslide in November of 2011.
A more detailed geotechnical analysis is being conducted and should be complete in about a week. The current work to drain and stabilize the hillside is unaffected and remains on schedule.
The safety of the hillside continues to be my top priority. That’s why I support the recommendation from the White Point Landslide Advisory Committee to restore the roadway with a retaining wall that will maximize the safety and stability of the entire area,” said Councilman Joe Buscaino who represents the Los Angeles’ 15th Council District.
Yesterday, after learning new cracks emerged in the White Point Landslide area, Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council (CSPNC) made immediate contact with the necessary agencies (mainly CD15 and Bureau of Engineering), for the safety of the residents and general public in the event of another incident, and will be monitoring / communicating the situation to stakeholders and Palisades residents as it develops or learns more.
Photo courtesy of Blaine Beron-Rawdon