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Archive for April 18th, 2017

Measure to End Wasteful Incarceration Passes Key Sacramento Committee

Measure to End Wasteful Incarceration Passes Key Sacramento Committee

Less than a month after introduction, the last bill in a package of sweeping reforms of how California treats youths and young adults today passed its initial policy test. “People are finally understanding that it is time to reform a system so that more emphasis is put on rehabilitation,” Sen. Holly J. Mitchell said after members of the Senate Committee on Public Safety approved Senate [...]

City Council Votes 3 to 2 to Hold Off Environmental Impact Report

City Council Votes 3 to 2 to Hold Off Environmental Impact Report

The City Council voted three to two to allow Sentinel Peak Oil a ninety day hold on the release of the city's environmental impact report. A lengthy motion introduced by Mayor Jim Clarke found a second with Council member Göran Eriksson, and with some additions by Council member Thomas Small, gave the new oil operation a window to present what they called "course corrections" to the EIR. The [...]

Tickets Still Available for “Tribute to the Stars”

Tickets Still Available for “Tribute to the Stars”

The Culver City Education Foundation's event of the year is fast approaching, and a limited number of tickets are still available. The Culver Studios will be the site for the annual gala that celebrates all the wonderful people who make our schools - well - wonderful.  Cocktails, dancing and a chance to applaud teachers, employees and volunteers who work with our students all year. Be part of [...]

West Basin Wins Water/Energy Grant

West Basin Wins Water/Energy Grant

The California Department of Water Resources has awarded West Basin Municipal Water District $800,625 as part of DWR’s 2016 Water-Energy Grant Program. The award will provide funding for two of West Basin’s conservation programs beginning this summer, including the Disadvantaged Community Water-Energy Savings Initiative Program, and the Cash 4 Kitchens Program (C4K). The current C4K [...]

AVPA Danger Zone Dance “Across the Universe”

AVPA Danger Zone Dance “Across the Universe”

Culver City High School’s Danger Zone Dance Company (DZDC) proudly presents its 2017 spring concert, Across the Universe: Without the Frost, We’re Outta Space in four performances from Thursday, April 20 to Saturday, April 22. DZDC, which was temporarily displaced from its home this year, reflects on this experience in new dances featuring styles spanning the universe from Bollywood to ballet [...]