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Grace Diner – Serving the Underserved

Grace Diner – Serving the Underserved

Every Monday evening, a special kind or eatery opens at Grace Lutheran Church. A three course meal is offered, seating is family style, and there will be no check. This is Grace Diner, a special service project supported by Grace Lutheran Church and volunteers in the community. Lisa Skelly, one of the leading lights behind the project, offers the center of their success. "One of our clients [...]

The Future of the Frost – T.S. Owen

The Future of the Frost – T.S. Owen

Described as, “truly a remarkable building that nearly defies description,“ by the Los Angeles Conservancy, which lists it as “one of the most breathtaking Modern buildings ever designed,” the task of renovating the fragile Robert Frost Memorial Auditorium at Culver City High School fell to Culver City architects Craig Hodgetts and Hsingming Fung four years ago. “It is so unique, we [...]

Scott Wyant Hospitalized at UCLA

Scott Wyant Hospitalized at UCLA

Community leader and recent City Council candidate Scott Wyant has been hospitalized at UCLA following a fall. He has been diagnosed with a brain lesion, and is scheduled for surgery next week. The photo at left shows Scott with a microphone, working as an auctioneer at the last Casino Night fundraiser for the high school. A long time Planning Commissioner and community activist, Scott served [...]

CCHS Wins Rare Honor of “Democracy School”

CCHS Wins Rare Honor of “Democracy School”

On April 12, Culver City High School was visited by an accreditation team from Los Angeles County to review its Democracy School program. "I am excited to share that it was indicated to us that we will receive our Democracy School accreditation which will make us one of up to 10 schools in the state with this honor," said Kelli Tarvyd, Assistant Principal, Activities, Attendance and [...]

District and Education Foundation Approve New Agreement

District and Education Foundation Approve New Agreement

Although they have worked hand-in-glove for years, the Culver City Unified School District and the Culver City Education Foundation now have a new agreement that solidifies the relationship between the two and outlines a path for future success. Approved by the Board of Education and the CCEF Board of Trustees, the agreement outlines a methodology for fundraising and calls for periodic updates [...]

Final Ballots for City Council Race Won’t Change Victors

Final Ballots for City Council Race Won’t Change Victors

Pending receipt of signature verification from Los Angeles County, Culver City will complete the signature verification process on the final ballots and prepare verified ballots for counting on Thursday April 21, 2016 at 1:00 pm. There are now a maximum of 237 ballots ready for counting. Since the difference between the candidates with the third and fourth highest number of votes is 256 [...]

Coffee with State Senator Holly Mitchell – April 29

Coffee with State Senator Holly Mitchell – April 29

Next week on April 29, 2016, our California State Senator Holly Mitchell, our representative in the 30th District, will be close enough to invite you over for an evening of coffee and questions- her coffee, your questions. The senator will be available from 5 to 7 pm at the Wallis Annenberg Building, 700 State Drive in Exposition Park, Suite 113, Los Angles 90037. Fro more info go [...]

Winds Were Up, Trees Are Down (All Over Town)

Winds Were Up, Trees Are Down (All Over Town)

If your day last Friday featured an electrical outage or a fallen tree, you were not alone. According to Charles Herbertson, Director of the Culver City Dept. of Public Works, seven trees came down around the city, along with countless branches, boughs and palm fronds, keeping his crew busy all day and well into the evening. There were recorded gusts of up to 20 miles per hour, and a fairly [...]

Additional Votes – New Numbers, Same Results

Additional Votes – New Numbers, Same Results

At the April 19 vote count, results were as follows, as broken down by precinct and totaled; Daniel Lee - 16 / 43 / 54/ 41/ 66/ 8/ 24/ 42/ 45/ 15/ 17/41/ 20  total - 1,854 Thomas Small - 35/ 42/72/65/76/ 20/28/57/47/ 29/20/42/14 total - 2, 316 Meghan Sahli Wells -46/ 88/ 108/84/ 119/ 24/50/ 88/88/58/31/61/26 - total 3, 631 Jay Garacochea- 6/ 15/ 11/ 16/ 17/ 7/ 13/18/20/21/7/4/3 - [...]

More Than a Thousand Ballots Still to be Counted in City Council Race – April 19

More Than a Thousand Ballots Still to be Counted in City Council Race – April 19

You thought the election was over? Well, almost, but there are still a significant number of ballots to be counted, both vote-by-mail and provisionals. A grand total of 1,229, and that process begins today. The election results will be finalized and certified at the next city council meeting on April 25, but plenty of ballots are ready for counting on Tuesday, April 19, 2016 ( that's today !) [...]

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