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Archive for March 7th, 2011

LACCD Election on March 8 – The Status Quo Has Got to Go

LACCD Election on March 8 – The Status Quo Has Got to Go

“Even if you decide not to vote for me,” Los Angeles Community College Board of Trustees candidate Eric Aguirre pleaded, “just don’t vote for any of the incumbents. It’s really time for a change.” At the Vets Auditorium on Monday Feb. 28, the candidates for the Los Angeles Community College District had a few hours to address the audience of about 50 who came to listen. While Aguirre [...]

Children’s Self Defense Workshop – YMCA

Children’s Self Defense Workshop – YMCA

On Saturday, March 12, from 1 to 3:30 pm, the YMCA will offer a workshop for kids from 7 to 12. Enroll your child in this special one-day workshop to learn effective self defense from a 10th Degree Black Belt. Your child will discover how to defend against bullies, how to escape from holds, how to kick, block and strike, skills that enhance agility, awareness and self-confidence. In a single [...]

Lockyer Addresses Culver Chamber – “The Debate is Over ”

Lockyer Addresses Culver Chamber – “The Debate is Over ”

At the Culver City Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Thursday March 3, the Radisson Hotel was a backdrop for a almost a hundred chamber members who came to hear California State Treasurer Bill Lockyer speak. With more than 50 years of government service on his resume Lockyer was candid and blunt about the state of the state’s finances, offering that “The redevelopment fight is over, it’s [...]

Avoid Jefferson and Overland – Another Broken Pipe

Avoid Jefferson and Overland – Another Broken Pipe

A phone call from the Culver City Police Dept. let us know this morning (Monday March 7) that there was a sewer line broken, and avoiding the intersection of Jefferson and Overland would be a good idea unless you are rowing a canoe. (Not an exact quote, just a metaphor- ) The Public Works Department is on the scene now, and the repairs are expected to be completed tomorrow. There is limited [...]