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Northwest Grocery Chain to Expand into Culver City

Northwest Grocery Chain to Expand into Culver City

A small grocery chain from the Pacific Northwest will take over seven Albertsons locations by late April as it continues its march into the Southern California supermarket landscape. The Culver City location will be the former Albertons market next to Costco. Haggen is making a huge expansion into California, Nevada and Arizona after Cerberus Capital Management, which owns Albertsons, [...]

Water Garden Debuts on Dominguez Hills Campus

Water Garden Debuts on Dominguez Hills Campus

Director Harold C. Williams and community partners from California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) and Surfrider Foundation celebrated the unveiling of CSUDH’s largest Ocean Friendly Garden (OFG) on campus during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, March 26. Throughout the ceremony, several community partners discussed the importance of the water-saving garden in the midst of a [...]

Culver City to Santa Monica Expo Line is 85% Complete

Culver City to Santa Monica Expo Line is 85% Complete

As work continues on schedule on Phase 2 of the 6.6-mile, $1.5 billion Exposition Light Rail Transit project through Santa Monica, city administrators have begun holding regular inter-departmental meetings to prepare for its opening early next year, officials said. City spokeswoman Debbie Lee said meetings between various department heads and staff began earlier this year “to discuss [...]

Use Your Power for Earth Hour – Lights Off March 28

Use Your Power for Earth Hour – Lights Off March 28

This Saturday night, March 28 from 8:30 to 9: 30 local time will be Earth Hour - an international event connecting 128 countries, turning out all nonessential lighting as a simple gesture towards effecting climate change. No, you don't have to light candles (unless you want to) and you can still listen to music or watch a movie. Just turn off every eletrical thing in your house or apartment [...]

West Basin – Water 101

West Basin – Water 101

As California faces its fourth consecutive year of drought, join West Basin for one of its upcoming Water 101 classes to learn about the importance of water reliability. The Water 101 course provides a global, national and local look on current and future water issues. All classes begin at 7pm and light dinner is provided at 6:30pm. Reservations are required. Please email info@westbasin.org or [...]

Inglewood Oil Field Community Standards Meeting

Inglewood Oil Field Community Standards Meeting

Want to find out what's going on with the largest urban oil field on the planet? The next Baldwin Hills Community Standards District (CSD) Community Advisory Panel (CAP) meeting is on Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 7:00 PM in the Kenneth Hahn Recreation Area Community Center, 4100 South La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles. The center building is located in the Kenneth Hahn Park. The agenda is [...]

Council Notes – It’s a RAP – Housing Programs Continue with Council Approval

Council Notes – It’s a RAP – Housing Programs Continue with Council Approval

"This is not a theoretical exercise. These are people's homes, and these are people's lives." Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells made the motion at the end of several hours of discussion to keep the current housing programs intact including the Rent Assistance Program, funding for the homeless and aid to Upward Bond House. The motion passed with the entire council voting aye. The Rotunda Room at the [...]

Red-Light Tickets in Los Angeles Will Not Be Pursued

Red-Light Tickets in Los Angeles Will Not Be Pursued

Yesterday, the L.A. Police Commission made it official: They voted 3-0 "to formally stop collecting unpaid tickets," according to the the LA Daily News. As of Saturday, there will no longer be a city mechanism to collect on those $475 envelopes from hell. More from the Los Angeles Times: "We are not going to pay the contractor to support the system anymore," said LAPD officer Michael Gregg, [...]

Conductor Salonen Honored @ Culver City’s Braird House

Conductor Salonen Honored @ Culver City’s Braird House

On March 15, 2015, one of California’s most original and greenest homes, located in the heart of Culver City, was the site of a benefit afternoon with Conductor Laureate of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Esa-Pekka Salonen. Musical performances included the L.A. premiere of "knock, breathe, shine" by Salonen with Calder Quartet cellist Eric Byers, and Anne LeBaron' "Four" with Formalist Quartet [...]

Keeping Up with the CCPD – New Phone App

Keeping Up with the CCPD – New Phone App

The Culver City Police Department has a new smartphone app. This will be the exclusive app for communications from the police department with press releases, bulletins/alerts, and more. The Culver City App also provides easy one touch calling for non-emergency calls. Please sign up for our app using Culver City PD in your app store. Stay connected to CCPD and download our app today.

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