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LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

An option to driving – imagine! In an effort to expand bike parking in Culver City, the City has initiated a bicycle rack installation program. The City will install 100 bike racks during Phase 1 of the program that were selected based on work performed as part of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (BPMP), public requests to-date and transit need. Phase 2 of the program invites Culver City [...]

reDiscover Gets the Power of Ten (and Tennis Balls)

reDiscover Gets the Power of Ten (and Tennis Balls)

On the tenth day, of the tenth month of their tenth year the reDiscover Center on Washington Boulevard gathered friends and supporters to celebrate and look forward. Director Mary Beth Trautwien, (Pictured left with City Council Member Jim Clarke and reDiscover teacher Jonathan Bijur) was delighted to commemorate the past and plan for the future. City Councilman Jim Clarke presented a [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

 Red Flags and Fatal Flaws -- Back in the 80's, when I lived in Tokyo, I used to have a friend tell and re-tell my favorite story from her corporate days in Manhattan. She worked at a bank where a notorious chocolate stealer vexed the employees. The employee would regularly swipe a person's coveted chocolate bar right out of their cubicle. The workers united to fix him: they bought a bar of [...]

Sierra Club Endorses Murray for Water Board

Sierra Club Endorses Murray for Water Board

The Sierra Club has voted to endorse Culver City resident Stephen Murray for West Basin Water District Seat 4 in the upcoming November 4th General Elections. "Stephen Murray impressed us by far as the candidate who knew the most about water issues. In this time of drought and water shortage, we need to elect the best possible person to the Board of Directors for our local water agency." said [...]

Tom Bradley’s Impossible Dream @ MCLM Oct. 27

Tom Bradley’s Impossible Dream @ MCLM Oct. 27

How did Los Angeles turn a cop into a mayor? How did Tom Bradley rise through the layers of L.A. to become the leader of an international city? Tom Bradley's story is a classic American success story; the grandson of slaves and son of sharecroppers who fought prejudice and bigotry to transform a major U.S. city, and in the process, transcends the barriers of race to realize the American dream. [...]

West Basin Looks to Prop. 1

West Basin Looks to Prop. 1

 West Basin Municipal Water District has big plans for any funding that might come its way with the passage of the Proposition 1 water bond which would dole out dollars for water projects on a competitive grant basis. “In years past, we’ve been highly competitive in getting these grants,” said E.J. Caldwell, West Basin’s government affairs program manager. “We do feel good that [...]

League of Women Voters – Bring Your Ballot

League of Women Voters – Bring Your Ballot

There are six statewide propositions and one L.A. County ballot measure on our Culver City ballot for November 4. How many can you name? Have you made up your mind on any of them? Are you confused by the advertising you've seen? If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, you're not alone. League of Women Voters Culver City Unit will feature impartial pros & cons on the always [...]

CCEF Thanks Culver City Sippers for Fun Fundraiser

CCEF Thanks Culver City Sippers for Fun Fundraiser

The Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) would like to thank all who attended last Saturday night's SIP for our Schools Event and made it such a memorable evening. Special thanks to Rachlin Partners for letting us turn their business space into our party place for the evening (not to mention the complimentary valet parking). Their generosity helped make possible an intimate gathering under the [...]

Backpack Program Feeds Hungry Students – Donations Needed

Backpack Program Feeds Hungry Students – Donations Needed

Did you know that more than 45% of CCUSD students receive free or reduced price lunches at their schools every day? For many students, this vital resource includes free breakfast. In some circumstances, healthy, reliable meals on the weekends are not a guarantee. Since 2013, the CCUSD Backpacks for Kids program has been serving students at all CCUSD school sites, serving more than 10,000 meals [...]

Farragut Fall Festival This Saturday – Oct. 18

Farragut Fall Festival This Saturday – Oct. 18

Farragut Elementary School's eagerly anticipated Ninth Annual Fall Festival will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, October 18 on the school's athletic field, just off the main parking lot behind the school. Parking is free. All families are invited to come and enjoy a day of Halloween fun. Take advantage of discounted pre-sales ticket pricing before and after school by the front main [...]

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