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Archive for March 5th, 2011

Nachbar Addresses City and Redevelopment

Nachbar Addresses City and Redevelopment

Culver City City  Manager John Nachbar sent this message to city and redevelopment agency employees on Friday, March 4. "It is my understanding that it has become likely that the State will act soon to eliminate Redevelopment Agencies throughout the state and end redevelopment. This would include the elimination of the Culver City Redevelopment Agency. I probably have as many questions [...]

What’s a Permaculture? Find Out and Grow

What’s a Permaculture? Find Out and Grow

The Southern California Permaculture Convergence is coming soon and tickets are still available. Not only will you be well fed, but you can learn from other amazing permaculturists from across California and beyond for less than some single day workshops. Penny Livingston, Mark Lakeman, Brock Doleman, Larry Santoyo, Warren Brush and many other amazing leaders will be part of the threeeday [...]

The Boneyard is Open !

The Boneyard is Open !

After many long months of waiting, the Boneyard (Culver City Dog Park) is once again a place to play. Since the discovery of the seepage of liquid and the presence of very low concentrations of methane gas (which, according to the City’s outside consultants, did not pose a risk to public health or safety), the Dog Park was closed on September 28, 2010.  Extensive remediation work was [...]