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Archive for May 8th, 2017

Bass to Host Telephone Town Hall on Healthcare

Bass to Host Telephone Town Hall on Healthcare

Following last week’s vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Congressmember Karen Bass' offices have received hundreds of calls and thousands of emails from constituents concerned about the future of their care. Join her tonight at 7:00 PM PT to discuss the future of health care. A Telephone Town Hall Regarding the Passage of Trumpcare in Congress -  call 323-965-1422  TONIGHT, Monday, [...]

Dear Editor – Showing Up with Energy

Dear Editor – Showing Up with Energy

On Monday, May 8th at 7pm the Culver City City Council will consider its goals and objectives for its energy future (Agenda item A-4). It is extremely important that that everyone plan to attend and speak out in favor of renewable energy. Here are a few talking points: Community Choice is the best way to achieve lower electricity rates AND more renewable energy. For more information about [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

In Collections We Trust -- My iPhone flashed bedside with a video texted from my brother-in-law: it was a scene where my late friend Kari Fretham (type her name into the Culver City Crossroads search engine) rocks a pair of my mother's shoes. My mom died in 1987, leaving bereft my father, her two daughters Ruth and Nancy, and a bevy of Bruno Magli shoes. My sister Nancy is also seen in the [...]

Culver City Joins California Green to Launch Sustainable Business Certification

Culver City Joins California Green to Launch Sustainable Business Certification

  Culver City is kicking off a new Sustainable Business Certification Program developed under guidelines established by the California Green Business Network (CAGBN). Culver City is one of the first municipalities in California to incorporate social well-being indicators into its sustainable business certification program, which the City’s Public Works Department will oversee. The [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Appropriate or what?? Tonight, Monday May 8, the Culver City Council celebrates National Historic Preservation Month – this year themed “This Place Matters,” and with the city ready to blow out 100 candles on its birthday cake, an official city council proclamation is definitely in order. At 6:30 p.m. in the Mike Balkman Council Chambers members of the Culver City Historical Society are [...]