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Archive for February 10th, 2017

Car Show May Move to Vets Park

Car Show May Move to Vets Park

On Monday, February 13, 2017, the Culver City City Council will consider a request for sponsorship and use of Veterans Park to host the 14th Annual Culver City Car Show. The meeting will be held at 7 PM in the Mike Balkman Council Chambers in Culver City City Hall located at 9770 Culver Blvd. While the Car Show has been presented in Downtown Culver City for the past 12 years, the scheduled [...]

CCUSD All-District Concert – Feb 16

CCUSD All-District Concert – Feb 16

  Save the date - the All-District Music Concert will be making some great noise on Thursday, February 16, 6:30pm at the Veterans Memorial Building. Students from El Rincon, La Ballona, El Marino, Farragut, and Linwood Howe elementary schools will join students from Culver City Middle School and Culver City High School will present a showcase of our school district's music programs on [...]

USC Hosts “Women Of Color in Politics” Panel

USC Hosts “Women Of Color in Politics” Panel

The Asian Pacific Islander Caucus hosted Assemblymember Cristina Garcia, State Senator Holly Mitchell (pictured left) and Mayor Pro Tempore of Sierra Madre Rachelle Arizmendi, who discussed their experiences as women in politics Friday at Ronald Tutor Campus Center. As women of color, each of the panelists had to overcome the perceptions of their peers to not only get elected, but also to make [...]

Dear Editor – Sacramento Looks to Photo Radar and Gas Tax Revenue

Dear Editor – Sacramento Looks to Photo Radar and Gas Tax Revenue

Earlier this week a group of our legislators in Sacramento filed Assembly Bill 342, to allow the use of speed cameras (photo radar) in California. In December, another group of our legislators in Sacramento filed Senate Bill 1, which will raise gas taxes and registration fees. The two bills - if they pass - will cost you hundreds of dollars every year for the rest of your life. SB-1 is [...]

Small Appointed to League of California Cities Committee on Housing Policy

Small Appointed to League of California Cities Committee on Housing Policy

Council Member Thomas Aujero Small was recently appointed to a one-year term on the League of California Cities’ Housing, Community and Economic Development Policy committee. He attended his first Committee meeting on January 19th. This League Policy committee, which is integral to the League’s Policy making process, reviews issues related to general plans and zoning, housing, rent control, [...]