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News

Karen Bass to Hold ‘Quiet Skies’ Meeting

Karen Bass to Hold ‘Quiet Skies’ Meeting

Many Culver City residents are concerned about excessive airplane noise and pollution, and Congresswoman Karen Bass will be holding a meeting on October 7 to take on the topic. Officials attending will include City Council President Herb Wesson and Council member Marqueece Harris-Dawson, and the agenda will be focused on discussing strategies to tackle these issues. This Quiet Skies meeting [...]

Art Opening at WLA College Showcases Nagamatsu Donations

Art Opening at WLA College Showcases Nagamatsu Donations

A collection of world class art was offered to the public, and specifically to the students at West Los Angles College on Thursday, Sept. 21 at the President's Special Opening event. The college's Artist-in-Residence, Molly Barnes was there as well as WLA College President Dr. Jim Limbuagh. Donors Ernie and Elaine Nagamatsu offered their satisfaction, saying "The installation of the art pieces [...]

CCHS Centaur Senior is National Scholarship Semi-Finalist

CCHS Centaur Senior is National Scholarship Semi-Finalist

Culver City High School senior Eden Winslow was named a semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program and is eligible to earn awards to defray college expenses. The four-year Centaur varsity cross-country team runner, who will study biomedical engineering, was among 1.6 million students to take college bound tests in their junior year. Some 16,000 of the top scorers qualified as [...]

CCUSD Backpacks Program Scores “Most Successful Food Drive Ever!”

CCUSD Backpacks Program Scores “Most Successful Food Drive Ever!”

If you were shopping for groceries at Pavilions over the weekend, you saw the volunteers for the CCUSD Backpacks Program having their most successful weekend food drive ever. Jamie Wallace noted, "Culver City came through with overwhelming generosity. This weekend's food drive brought in approximately $9,250 worth of food, monetary donations, and gift cards." That's $7,300 worth of donated [...]

CCUSD Celebrates the Centennial “Topping” the Robert Frost

CCUSD Celebrates the Centennial “Topping” the Robert Frost

While the CCHS Marching Band played on the sidewalk, those who looked up might have noticed a different sort of announcement on the electronic marquee above the school. "CCUSD Thanks Hodgetts & Fung" was a bit of applause to the architecture firm that was spearheading the renovation of the historic Robert Frost Auditorium, and September 20 was the day to celebrate the 'topping off' of the new [...]

Culver City Adds Another Sister – Capo d’Orlando

Culver City Adds Another Sister – Capo d’Orlando

It was a crowded and festive scene on Jasmine Avenue Tuesday evening September 19 as the Sister City committee welcomed the delegation from Capo d"Orlando at the start of a ten day visit to complete the process of joining Culver City and Capo d'Orlando in sisterhood. A potluck party hosted by long time Sister City supporter Mike Cohen was attended by members of the Culver City City Council - [...]

Social Justice Bills Await Governor’s Signature

Social Justice Bills Await Governor’s Signature

Protecting foster children and reforming the juvenile and criminal justice systems to put greater emphasis on prevention, rehabilitation and maintaining family cohesion are among the nine proposals by Sen. Holly J. Mitchell that await action on Gov. Brown’s desk. “It has been an honor to fight for measures to improve the quality of life for California children and young adults on behalf of [...]

Need to Renew? Help is Here

Need to Renew? Help is Here

DACA Renewal - If you need help, all the help you need is here on  Thursday, September 21st, 2pm - 7pm at the Culver City Middle School in the Multi-Purpose room, from 2-5pm, or the Library from 5-7pm at 4401 Elenda Street,Culver City, CA 90230 CARECEN will be on-site to assist DACA recipients with FREE DACA Renewal Services and Legal Advice. Make sure to renew your DACA before the OCTOBER [...]

Visioning Study – The Future of Mobility in Culver City

Visioning Study – The Future of Mobility in Culver City

On Monday, August 28, 2017, Culver City’s Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Visioning Study consultant, Johnson Fain, presented preliminary project recommendations to the City Council. The Study focuses on the future of mobility in Culver City around the TOD with the Expo Station at its core, exploring linkages with Downtown Culver City and the surrounding neighborhoods. It is the product of [...]

Inglewood Oil Field Draft Environmental Impact Report Now Available for Public Comments

Inglewood Oil Field Draft Environmental Impact Report Now Available for Public Comments

The time allowed for public comments on the draft of the Environmental Impact Report began on Friday September 15, 2017 and will remain open until November 14, 2017. The Draft EIR can be viewed or downloaded at the City’s website at www.culvericty.org/inglewoodoilfield. In a press release from the city of Culver City, notice was made available to "all responsible agencies and interested [...]

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