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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Archive for January 27th, 2012

Expo on Track for Final Test Phase

Expo on Track for Final Test Phase

The Expo Line, L.A.'s newest light rail system, is a big step closer to actually carrying passengers. According to KPCC News, it will begin its final testing phase next Monday, Jan. 30. When it’s ready to roll, the Expo Line will take people from downtown L.A. to Culver City. Riders will be able to connect with other Metro lines at 7th Street/Metro Center station in downtown L.A. Art [...]

Dear Editor – Details and Difficulties in the Walker Parking Study

Dear Editor – Details and Difficulties in the Walker Parking Study

In September 2008 the Los Angeles Times reported that Scott Malsin, who was Mayor at the time, said that Culver City was commissioning a study of how parking is used and managed downtown. It was going to be done for between $50,000 and $90,000. Karen Kurokawa who leads the Gateway Neighborhood Assn., was reported to be going to watch to see what the city parking study said in relationship to [...]

CCUSD Spelling Bee Buzzing On Feb. 6

CCUSD Spelling Bee Buzzing On Feb. 6

Get ready to dust off those dictionaries because 24 of the best and brightest students in the Culver City Unified School District are getting ready to S-P-E-L-L their way to the top! On February 6, four students from each of the district's five elementary schools and Culver City Middle School will compete in CCUSD's district-wide spelling bee at Robert Frost Auditorium, 4401 Elenda [...]

Homes With Heart – Heather Coombs-Perez

Homes With Heart – Heather Coombs-Perez

According to a recent newsletter from the California Association of Realtors (C.A.R), it is becoming increasingly apparent that the world of real estate is changing considerably; and not always for the better. Most recently, Congress has voted to extend the payroll tax for low – to – middle income citizens. While a relief to many, the monies lost to said extension will be offset by an [...]