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Archive for July 11th, 2012

CCUSD School Board Moves Against Fracking

CCUSD School Board Moves Against Fracking

At the school board meeting on Tuesday July 10, an interim superintendent was approved, a new principal for La Ballona was hired, an application for a charter was denied, and a dialogue about fracking moved towards becoming an official statement. With School Board President Karlo Silbiger on vacation, the four board members present did a brisk job of business with Kathy Paspalis presiding over [...]

Crime Blotter – Cyclist vs. BMW

Crime Blotter – Cyclist vs. BMW

Crime Blotter for July 2rd through July 9th. Attempt Street Robbery: On July 2, 2012 at 9:45 am, officers responded to the 6200 block of Bristol Parkway regarding an attempt robbery. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; she was sitting her car when she was approached by a female suspect. The suspect told her to look here and when she did she saw a handgun in her [...]

Summer Symphony July 12 @ Burton Chase in MdR

Summer Symphony July 12 @ Burton Chase in MdR

The Culver City Symphony Orchestra again packs up the music stands and stand lights, notifies the musicians, tells the librarian, the stage manager and along with Conductor Frank Fetta move a few miles west to our summer home at Burton Chace Park, Marina del Rey, for our summer season performing as the Marina del Rey Summer Symphony. Don't we all deserve to spend some in a park along the [...]

Dialogue on Finances Continues, Two Local Sales Tax Ideas Considered

Dialogue on Finances Continues, Two Local Sales Tax Ideas Considered

Will the city put two sales tax proposals on the ballot in November? Suggestions are still being taken. Over the past two years, the city of Culver City has cut 78 jobs at City Hall, and more cuts will have to be made unless we can find a way to raise more revenue. General fund expenses that came out of emergency reserves totaled $7 million last year, and are expected to come to $5 million in [...]