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Expo Line Train Tests Successful in Santa Monica

Expo Line Train Tests Successful in Santa Monica

Train testing has been officially underway since July 16 on the Expo Line extension, sending trains casually traveling through the Westside for the first time in decades, but yesterday a really beautiful thing happened: a train glided through Santa Monica for the first time since 1953. The dream of taking a train to the beach (or really, really close—four blocks away) is now almost here and [...]

West Basin to Host “Drought Town Hall” Meeting

West Basin to Host “Drought Town Hall” Meeting

During this severe drought, the West Basin Municipal Water District Board of Directors will host a town hall meeting to discuss the drought and how local water agencies can assist residents in saving water. The meeting will be held on Aug. 15 at 9:30 a.m. at the Hollywood Park in Inglewood, Calif. Community members from West Basin’s service area are invited to learn about the latest drought [...]

State Budget Invests in Quality of Life

State Budget Invests in Quality of Life

The governor and legislature negotiated a $115.4 billion budget deal, which was signed June 24th, that makes important investments in programs that will improve the health and overall quality of life for some of California’s most vulnerable populations. Congratulations to our lawmakers for committing to the following in the 2015-16 fiscal year: • Expanding full-scope Medi-Cal to all [...]

Health Care Counseling Available @ Senior Center

Health Care Counseling Available @ Senior Center

There are now 2 HICAP Counselors at Culver City Senior Center who can provide free and unbiased counseling and assistance with Medicare and related health insurance. HICAP is the Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program of the non-profit Center for Health Care Rights in Los Angeles. HICAP is a program of Calif. Dept. of Aging, funded locally by the City of Los Angeles Dept. of Aging [...]

Heading West? Possible Traffic Due to Lane Closure

Heading West? Possible Traffic Due to Lane Closure

The #2 lane of westbound Washington Boulevard, between Atlantic Avenue and Inglewood Boulevard, will be closed for reconstruction. The lane will be reopened by August 4th. Hop over to Washington Place or just be patient.

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Westside Unity Church invites all not only to their 10:00 a.m. Sunday services, but for classes on Wednesday evenings ongoing until August 26. From 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. they’re presenting Emma Curtis Hopkins “Class Lessons of 1888,” as they relate to life today. Westside Unity is located at 10724 Barman Avenue. For more information contact the church office at (310) 838-4761. It’s open! [...]

Candidates McVarish and Burke Announce for School Board Race

Candidates McVarish and Burke Announce for School Board Race

Culver City parent leaders Scott McVarish (pictured left)  and Anne Burke (pictured below with Leslie Gardiner and Jody Reichel)  declare their candidacy for the November 3rd school board election in Culver City. “Creating great schools is a team effort. We currently have a leadership team in this district that is working very well together and making significant improvements to our [...]

Vaping on Agenda to Come Under City Regulation

Vaping on Agenda to Come Under City Regulation

On July 27, 2015, the City Council will be considering: Introduction of an Ordinance Amending Chapter 11.15, Tobacco Retailer Licensing, of the Culver City Municipal Code, to Require a Tobacco Retailer License for the Sale or Transfer of any Electronic Smoking Device or Electronic Smoking Device Product Please visit the following link for more details about this upcoming City Council agenda [...]

State Adds More Funds to Transportation

State Adds More Funds to Transportation

In June, immediately following passage of this year’s state budget, Governor Jerry Brown called for an extraordinary session to create a permanent funding source to maintain and repair the state’s transportation and infrastructure. California’s transportation system is in jeopardy -- investments have not kept up with the demands on the system which has led to decay and deterioration of our [...]

CCUSD Backpack Drive @ Pavilions – July 25 & 26

CCUSD Backpack Drive @ Pavilions – July 25 & 26

Did you know that more than 39% of Culver City public school students receive free or reduced price lunches at their schools every day? Help us send food home for the students and their families over the weekend at ALL of our Culver City schools. We will be collecting food at Pavilions Culver City Saturday and Sunday July 25 and 26 from 10-6. To volunteer to help, contact, Leslie Gardner [...]

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