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Archive for April 19th, 2017

Annual Mayor’s Luncheon Celebrates Clarke’s Year & Riordan’s Decades

Annual Mayor’s Luncheon Celebrates Clarke’s Year & Riordan’s Decades

The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel’s banquet room was sold out and there was a waitlist on Tuesday where Culver City’s 37th Annual Mayor’s Luncheon, presented by the Culver City Chamber of Commerce, took place. This Centennial luncheon event honored 2016-2017 Mayor Jim B. Clarke who, not too coincidentally, served as the founding member of the Culver City Centennial Committee in 2015. This [...]

New Column! Fox Hills Facts – Judi Sherman

New Column!  Fox Hills Facts – Judi Sherman

Hello Culver City! It's a new adventure for local information to add in a first person presentation on one of our largest neighborhoods, Fox Hills. Hosted by the Fox Hills Neighborhood Association, it's a chance to find out more about friends and neighbors in a developing part of the city. Fox Hills Facts: Fox Hills was annexed to Culver City in 1964 where there were riding stables and golf [...]

Young Storytellers @ The Willows

Young Storytellers @ The Willows

Young Storytellers does its best work in schools, and Show Up is our chance to spread the excitement around. Join us on Saturday, April 29th, in Culver City as the biggest names in young Hollywood perform scripts written by 5th grade Young Storytellers students. It’s a show for our kids, written by our kids! Part of Show Up is capturing the fun and creativity of actually being in the [...]

CCUSD Local Control and Accountability Plan – Click Here

CCUSD Local Control and Accountability Plan – Click Here

As the State Of California has adopted Local Control policies over the years, the ability to influence district practice and provide perspective on school operations has become closer and easier than ever for parents and community members. In the time spent developing this 3-Year LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan), Culver City Unified School is interested in gathering input from our [...]

Dear Editor – Clarke and Eriksson Defend Their Votes

Dear Editor –  Clarke and Eriksson Defend Their Votes

Dear Editor, In the face of a passionate group of residents who demanded that the city not even meet with the new owners of the Culver City oil fields, Monday’s City Council vote to talk with Sentinel Peak Resources (SPR) was a difficult one, but we believe it was both prudent and responsible for the future of our city. Because the city’s Environmental Impact Report and Specific Plan [...]