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Scoop- Culver City News Loses Another Editor

The Culver City News will be losing yet another editor at the end of this month. Sources close to the News say that Scott Tittrington has offered his resignation, and will be leaving on June 28. He is accepting a reporting job closer to his home in the Simi Valley area.

Crossroads would like to salute him for his efforts, and offer a large bouquet of unstinting empathy. It is a tough desk, and Tittrington’s efforts over the last six months have been almost heroic.  We wish him the best of luck.

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One Response to “Scoop- Culver City News Loses Another Editor”

  1. Lynne Bronstein says:

    How come so many people don’t live where they work? Years ago, a journalist I knew suggested that if people lived where they work, it could save energy and might benefit the economy. But lives are planned one way and go another way when people have to find any work that they can survive on. Also, rents and house costs are formidible.

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