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CCPD Police Chief Stepping Down

CCPD Police Chief Stepping Down

Chief Don Pedersen is retiring from the Police Department after serving 8 years as the Culver City Chief of Police and after a 30 year career in law enforcement.  Chief Pedersen has accepted the position of Assistant Inspector General in the newly created Office of Inspector General for Los Angeles County.   The members of the Culver City Police Department want to thank Chief Pedersen [...]

Parcel B Moves Forward (Slowly, Slowly)

Parcel B Moves Forward (Slowly, Slowly)

At a Special Meeting to be held on Monday, April 21, 2014, the City Council and the Board of the Successor Agency are requested to consider property transfers related to the development of Parcel B in Downtown Culver City.  Also, the City Council and Successor Agency are requested to consider property transfers related to the downtown parking structures. If approved, these property transfers [...]

Bagley Ave. Scheduled for Closure – Expo Work

Bagley Ave. Scheduled for Closure – Expo Work

Expo Light Rail Construction Authority's latest notice regarding the full closure of Bagley Avenue for street improvements does not take place in Culver City, but we thought it's close enough that you'll want to know. Please note that work crews will be restoring the westbound lane on National Boulevard under the I-10 Freeway ahead of the closure. The lane restoration will require a full [...]

Election Results – Cooper and Clarke

Election Results –  Cooper and Clarke

At the Mike Balkman Council Chambers, Assistant City Manger Martin Cole presided over the counting of the ballots for the City Council race, noting that, "As of the close of business on Monday, April 7, 1,804 mail in ballots had been received and put through the process of signature verifcation - less than 20 ballots did not pass signature verification." The 283 vote- by- mail ballots that [...]

Measure CC to Take It Citywide – April 12

Measure CC to Take It Citywide – April 12

Proponents of Culver City School Bond Measure CC will hold a Citywide Walk Day beginning at 9:30 am on Saturday, April 12 to get the word out to all neighborhood precincts encouraging voters to support the bond issue. Measure CC -- endorsed by all five members of the CCUSD Board of Education – will raise funds to help repair a wide array of facilities across all Culver City school [...]

It’s Election Day – Check the Boxes for Cooper and Clarke

It’s Election Day  – Check the Boxes for Cooper and Clarke

It's been a quiet City Council race, and that seems to be a good thing. With only four names on the ballot for two open seats, we have foregone much of the letter writing (and sign stealing) that caused so much controversy in the recent school board race. The two incumbents that are running for their own seats have every good reason to be given another term, and I'm pleased to endorse Jeff Cooper [...]

Metro Sends Money from Expresslane Tolls to Active Transportation

Metro Sends Money from Expresslane Tolls to Active Transportation

New Metro funding for active transportation projects within three miles of the I-110 and I-10 corridors is available thanks to higher-than-projected toll revenues from ExpressLanes. ExpressLanes are similar to standard carpool lanes but to travel in them you must have an ExpressLanes transponder in your vehicle. In addition, vehicles with only one occupant (the driver) may use these lanes for a [...]

Julian Dixon Library Closing to Remodel – Mayme Clayton Will be Temp Facility

Julian Dixon Library Closing to Remodel – Mayme Clayton Will be Temp Facility

The Culver City Friends of the Library are delighted to announce that the long-awaited Library Centennial Renovation Celebration Project is about to commence. The Culver City Julian Dixon Library will be closed from Monday, April 21, for one year, for a much-needed update. Part of the project will include additional electrical outlets, new lighting, new paint, new carpeting and new furniture [...]

King Fundraiser “From the Gilded Age to the New Age” Had Historic Setting @ Culver Hotel

King Fundraiser “From the Gilded Age to the New Age” Had Historic Setting @ Culver Hotel

The fundraiser held for Christopher Patrick King at the Culver Hotel on Wednesday, March 26 filled the “Crystal Room” with a gathering of supporters which included friends, neighbors, professional and personal associates, and family. Coordinated by former School Board President Barbara Honig, and Democratic Club Secretary Pat Levinson, the theme of “From the Gilded Age to the New Age” was [...]

Service Clubs Host Final City Council Candidate Forum

Service Clubs Host Final City Council Candidate Forum

The Elks Club was the location on April 1 for a meeting of the Culver City Rotary Club, the Culver City Exchange Club, and the last official candidates forum for the April 8 Culver City City Council election. Frances Talbott-White began the proceedings by offering her thoughts. "I love candidate forums. As the leader of the local chapter of the League of Women Voters, we have a policy that no [...]

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