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It’s Really Very Easy – Just Go Vote

It’s Really Very Easy – Just Go Vote

There's an Election today, and you need to vote. Culver City has a very short ballot, so it won't take much time. Seat 1 - Andra Hoffman Seat 3 - Sydney Kamlanger Seat 5 - Scott Svonkin Seat 7 - Mike Fong Why? Some good recommendations, endorsed by organizations I like, people on the inside that I trust, and enough information to feel comfortable recommending them to you. Yes, [...]

It Couldn’t Be Any Easier – T.S. Owen

It Couldn’t Be Any Easier – T.S. Owen

Did you know there’s drive-through voting in Culver City and Los Angeles? Should you be unable to leave your vehicle, drive to your polling station, park in the marked Curbside Voting area and call the number on the sign. A poll worker will bring the ballot to you. Or say you marked your absentee ballot for who you wanted to fill the odd numbered seats on the Los Angeles Community College [...]

Costco Ends AmEx Deal, Partners with Citigroup

Costco Ends AmEx Deal, Partners with Citigroup

Citigroup Inc. will become the exclusive issuer of Costco's credit cards and Visa Inc. will replace American Express as the credit-card network for Costco’s stores starting in 2016, the retailer announced Monday. AmEx has been the only credit card accepted at Costco for the last 15 years. The deal had been a boon for both companies, analysts said, but they ended their partnership last month. [...]

VCN Gets Surfas Culinary for Mixed Use Development for $16 Million

VCN Gets Surfas Culinary for Mixed Use Development for $16 Million

Developer VCN has purchased the Surfas Culinary District in Culver City with plans to develop a 100,000-square-foot mixed-use property on the site. The developer purchased the property for $16 million and has secured a $10.2 million loan through Buchanan Street Partners’ high yield lending program to fund the development. “Culver City is going through a massive renaissance that has [...]

Mayor Sahli-Wells @ White House with “My Brother’s Keeper” – Joanna Brody

Mayor Sahli-Wells @ White House with “My Brother’s Keeper” – Joanna Brody

Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells moved two steps forward for President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) initiative this month. The first step involved a local convening on February 3, including representatives from dozens of community groups. The second step involved accepting an invitation from the White House to participate in My Brother’s Keeper’s National Summit on February 12. On February [...]

West Basin Breaks Ground on Ocean Friendly Garden

West Basin Breaks Ground on Ocean Friendly Garden

Dan Medina, City of Gardena Councilmember, Donald L. Dear, West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) Director, and Gardena City Manager Mitchell Lansdell, along with community partners from Golden State Water Company and Surfrider Foundation, broke ground on a new Ocean Friendly Garden (OFG) with an official groundbreaking ceremony at Rowley Park in Gardena on Feb. 26, 2015. The [...]

Sewer Project Awarded – Construction Set to Begin

Sewer Project Awarded – Construction Set to Begin

A construction contract has been awarded to Southwest Pipeline and Trenchless Corp by the City Council for a citywide sewer rehabilitation project. This project consists of approximately 17 miles of sewer main rehabilitation using trenchless lining technology to minimize construction impacts to the public. The overall project duration is from February to December 2015. A location map is [...]

“Chorus Line” to Open March 6 @ CCHS

“Chorus Line” to Open March 6 @ CCHS

Culver City High School’s Academy of Visual and Performing Arts is proud to present A Chorus Line. A Chorus Line with music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Edward Kleban and a book by James Kirkwood Jr. and Nicholas Dante is about seventeen Broadway dancers auditioning for spots on… a chorus line. Set on the bare stage of a Broadway theatre during an audition, A Chorus Line provides a glimpse [...]

Six Cent Gas Tax Decrease Approved

Six Cent Gas Tax Decrease Approved

California's tax board on Tuesday approved a 6-cent cut in the state gas tax because of lower gas prices, but it isn't likely to affect drivers' wallets. The five-member State Board of Equalization voted unanimously to cut the state gasoline tax from 36 cents to 30 cents a gallon. The decrease takes effect in July, though Californians may not see a difference at the pump because of other [...]

Gas Tax to Drop? BoE Votes

Gas Tax to Drop? BoE Votes

Members of the California State Board of Equalization will vote Tuesday on whether to lower the excise tax rate on gasoline by 7.5 cents during its 9:30 a.m. meeting at 5901 Green Valley Circle, Room 207, in Culver City. If adopted, the 28.5 cent excise tax will become effective on July 1 and last through June 30, 2016. Currently, drivers pay 36 cents per gallon in state excise tax. State law [...]

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