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Archive for January 4th, 2012

Cultural Affairs Town Hall – Jan. 10

Cultural Affairs Town Hall – Jan. 10

The Culver City Cultural Affairs Commission will host its annual Cultural Affairs Town Hall meeting at City Hall in the Mike Balkman Council Chambers on Jan. 10 at 7 p.m.. The Commission invites all community members, artists, arts educators, business leaders, organizations, and friends of Culver City to attend this gathering and bring their ideas for the development and enhancement of the [...]

Dear Editor- Bad News for Schools Not As Bad as Expected

Dear Editor- Bad News for Schools Not As Bad as Expected

Dear Editor, What the State’s Trigger means to CCUSD: Revenues for the state came in at $2.2 billion below the budget forecast. On December 13th, Governor Brown pulled the budget triggers that were included in the budget bill. Trigger #1 will be fully implemented and Trigger 2 will be partially implemented. Trigger 1, effective January 1, 2012, makes significant cuts to Higher Education, [...]