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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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News

City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar

City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar

All the latest updates from City Manager John Nachbar and staff; A special thank you to the Centennial Celebration Committee, Downtown Business Association, the volunteers, and the City team for all of their efforts in putting together last Saturday’s festivities! Fire Department • Fire Prevention Week is October 9 – 15 – “Don’t Wait – Check the Date! Replace Smoke Alarms Every [...]

Tell Gov. Brown to Sign SB 1107 for Citizen Funded Elections

Tell Gov. Brown to Sign SB 1107 for Citizen Funded Elections

Our political system is being flooded with millions of corporate dollars, drowning out the voices of small donors and voters. Thankfully, there is a game-changing bill right now sitting on Governor Jerry Brown’s desk that will lead the nation on campaign finance reform -- Senate Bill 1107. But we need YOUR help to make sure Gov. Brown signs the bill! Call Governor Jerry Brown NOW [...]

CCUSD Addresses Heat Issues

CCUSD Addresses Heat Issues

From Superintendent Josh Arnold - With rising temperatures expected in Southern California towards the first part of this school week, Culver City Unified has taken steps to address thermal comfort and student/staff health and wellness as the weather impacts us all. To this end, we have spent the last month servicing and upgrading portable air conditioning units throughout our schools, as well [...]

Centennial Street Closures – (Perfect Day to Bike, Walk and Scooter)

Centennial Street Closures – (Perfect Day to Bike, Walk and Scooter)

Saturday Sept. 24, 2016 will be the Opening Day Of the Centennial. There will be the following road closures Overland Ave between Washington Blvd and Braddock Dr 6am-12pm Culver Blvd between Washington Blvd and Braddock Dr 6am-12pm Duquesne Ave between Braddock Dr and Washington Blvd 6am-12pm Culver Blvd between Duquesne Ave and Ince Blvd 6am-5pm Washington Blvd between Hughes Ave [...]

Galperin Calls for SoCalGas to Pay “Fair Share”

Galperin Calls for SoCalGas to Pay “Fair Share”

Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin said that Los Angeles, in negotiating a new franchise agreement with Southern California Gas Co. should insist that the utility pay additional fees for the right to sell gas and for the use of public rights of way, and ensure that residents are more fully protected in the event of safety problems like those that occurred recently in the Porter Ranch [...]

Centennial Celebration Badge

Centennial Celebration Badge

In celebration of Culver City's 100 year anniversary, Culver City Police Department Officers will be wearing a centennial badge. These badges were cast from the same die as the original badges worn by Culver City Officers in 1917. Officers will wear the badge for the next 12 months beginning this Saturday September 24th at the centennial parade.

Culver City Centennial Committee Prepares for Launch – Festivities Will Close Streets and Downtown

Culver City Centennial Committee Prepares for Launch – Festivities Will Close Streets and Downtown

Centennial Committee President Paul Jacobs began the Sept. 21 meeting with an almost solemn statement “It was 99 years ago today the Harry Culver got the charter, and we began to be a city." With applause all around, it was also announced that it was Mayor Jim Clarke's birthday. "When you think about the Centennial," Jacobs continued, "if you had to identify one person who just about [...]

Dear Editor – To the Point

Dear Editor – To the Point

Re: "We won." Well, Les, if losing on your issue and slandering popular elected officials and hurting Grace Church makes you a winner, then zay gezunt! Michael Gotz

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

The Culver City Education Foundation has welcomed four new Board Members: Jose Casarez, Rebecca Danelski, James Harris and Nicky Marble van Dam have already begun working with the CCEF’s continuing board, raising funds to support great educational opportunities for all CCUSD students. CCEF’s Board of Directors includes teachers and parents, some whose students have long since graduated, but [...]

Downtown Block Party Will Celebrate Centennial Kick-Off Sept. 24

Downtown Block Party Will Celebrate Centennial Kick-Off Sept. 24

Follow the yellow brick road in the Culver City downtown block party's family fun zone, Sat. Sep. 24, 12:30-4:00 p.m., where guests will paint bricks on the famous street from the Wizard of Oz, experience a 3-D Emerald City photo exhibit, watch acclaimed street artists chalk movie scenes, and try their hand at chalking the streets themselves in celebration of the city's 100th birthday. Guests [...]

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