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Archive for May 2nd, 2011

Mendoza Wins Centurion Award – Good Work!

Mendoza Wins Centurion Award – Good Work!

On April 6, Culver City Police Department Forensic Unit Specialist Teresa Mendoza received the Police Officers Association of Los Angeles County (P.O.A.L.A.C.) Centurion Award for excellence in the area of Support Services / Forensics. Forensic Unit Specialist Teresa Mendoza was assigned to process the crime scene of a robbery the case and quickly started prioritizing and processing evidence. [...]

Parents Talk About Teen Sexuality – May 12

Parents Talk About Teen Sexuality – May 12

Teenagers and adults are constantly bombarded with sexual messages. Technology has changed the way we communicate. Do you ever wonder how this is affecting teens? Want to get the conversation started but don’t know how? Professional advice could be just the thing. Join Jade Singer and Marni Parsons as they present an exciting talk filled with valuable information on parenting and teen [...]

Parvenu Gets A Seat on Redistricting Committee

Parvenu Gets A Seat on Redistricting Committee

From the office of John Nachbar, City Manager, comes this news; California's first Citizens Redistricting Commission is a new 14-member body charged with redrawing California's Senate, Assembly, State Board of Equalization, and now Congressional districts based on information gathered during the 2010 Census. Culver City resident Mr. Andre Parvenu has been selected from a pool of over 30,000 [...]