PACIFIC PALISADES—On Thursday, November 10, the Pacific Palisades Community Council will be addressing numerous topics at the Palisades branch library at 7 p.m. and residents are invited to provide feedback.

On this month’s agenda, Chair of the PPCC Maryam Zar will open discussions about the blinking-pedestrian light at the Palisades Bowl Mobile Home Park that is planned to be replaced. Caltrans was awarded a contract to replace the light with a safer pedestrian-activated signal. The council’s discussion will report on the latest from their efforts to open a second route using Temescal Canyon Road.  Council will also recap the zoning hearing, an important topic for Pacific Palisades residents who are in favor or against zoning which allows larger house sizes.

During the meeting, there will be an announcement for Citizen of the Year and Golden Sparkplug awardees. A nomination and board election of Alternate Area Reps for areas four and seven will also be made.

Announcements and concerns from At-Large and Area representative Lou Kamer, Sue Kohl, and Richard Blumenthal will be made. Topics of discussion include Chautauqua Boulevard traffic and safety measures and updates on other local properties. Organizational representatives Sarah Conner, Rick McGeagh, and Gilbert Dembo from Pacific Palisades Residents Association, Pacific Palisades Baseball Association, and Temescal Canyon Association respectively, will announce updates and reports from their groups.

Government representatives planned to make an appearance include Los Angeles Police Department Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore, Field Deputy Sharon Shapiro from the office of Councilman Mike Bonin, and Field Deputy Janet Turner from the office of Congressman Ted Lieu. In addition, the Three Chairs Committee, Awards Selection Committee, Awards Event Committee and VPCLC will make announcements.

PPCC meetings occur every second Thursday of each month. For more information, visit