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City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar

City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar

It’s the bi-weekly report from Culver City’s manager, Mr. John Nachbar. All the latest details from Parks & Recreation, the Fire Dept, Community Development and much more. • Class Visit to City Hall - On May 6th, the Linwood E. Howe Elementary School’s 3rd grade classes visited the Mike Balkman Council Chambers. Mayor Jim B. Clarke engaged the students with questions and answers [...]

Last Day to Register to Vote – May 23

Last Day to Register to Vote – May 23

Bernie or Hillary? Replacing Boxer? State Measure 50? We have important choices to make, and we need to make them together. If you are planning to vote in the California Primary on June 7, 2016 today is the last day to register. Registration is available on line at www.sos.ca.gov/elections/voter-registration

Centennial Committee Tops Up with Two

Centennial Committee Tops Up with Two

With four months left to the Opening Ceremonies, the Culver City Centennial Celebrations Committee (CCCCC) was left two members short after two were elected to city council last month.That was remedied this week when the board elected Marcus Tiggs and Andy Weismann to replace Jim Clarke and Goran Ericksson. The former ran for council this year and the latter is a former mayor. The vice chair [...]

Scholarships to be Presented June 6

Scholarships to be Presented June 6

120 graduating seniors at Culver City High School and Culver Park High School have been selected by individual donors and organizations to receive scholarships totaling $150,000. The scholarships are administered through the Culver City Community Scholarship Fund, a nonprofit volunteer organization. Awards will be presented on Monday, June 6, at 7:00 p.m. at the Robert Frost Auditorium. Donors [...]

Culver City Station Expo Party on May 21

Culver City Station Expo Party on May 21

On Saturday, May 21st, the City of Culver City, in partnership with Metro, will be hosting a community celebration at the Culver City Expo Station to commemorate the grand opening of the Expo Line from Culver City to Santa Monica. This event is free and open to the public. Grab your family and friends and enjoy a day of food, music and children’s activities from 10 am to 4 pm at the Culver City [...]

NPR Connects ‘Generation Listen’ with CCUSD

NPR Connects ‘Generation Listen’ with CCUSD

What do you get when you bring together Young Storytellers alumni, entertainment industry professionals, and thought leaders to discuss representation in the media at National Public Radio West? A truly inspiring NPR Generation Listen event, that's what! A movement to connect NPR with younger audiences who share the same curiosity about the world and a passion for creating a more informed [...]

Youth Vollyball Camp

Youth Vollyball Camp

Week long progressive volleyball camps for boys and girls, June 20, July 11 and July 18, will be conducted by the Culver Volleyball Club at the Culver City middle and high school gyms. Former Culver City High School volleyball head coach and athletic director Marty Siegal and his staff will offer more advanced levels of instruction each succeeding week of the camps. “Last summer, the [...]

‘Uncivil’ Asset Forfeiture – Sign the Petition to Support SB 443

‘Uncivil’ Asset Forfeiture – Sign the Petition to Support SB 443

How does civil forfeiture work?  Sadly, it often works like this - A taco truck owner had $10,000 taken by LA Sheriff’s Department near Lancaster. He answered honestly that he was carrying a large sum of money. Why wouldn’t he?  He wasn’t breaking the law, he was traveling with his own money, from his own legal business. There were no drugs in the car, no evidence of a crime, but a K9 [...]

Senator Holly Mitchell Responds to the Budget

Senator Holly Mitchell Responds to the Budget

Now that the state has passed the budget for California, the Senator from the 37th District (that's us) has offered a response. From the office of  Holly J. Mitchell (pictured here with Mayor Jim Clarke)  in regard to Governor’s new budget; “I fully recognize our real-world responsibility is to manage moderate public funds prudently. Since the state’s cash flow has slowed, let’s [...]

Multi Faith Community Awareness Forum Takes on Consumer Fraud- May 18

Multi Faith Community Awareness Forum Takes on Consumer Fraud- May 18

Cyber crime and consumer protection will be the main topics of the evening at the King Fahad Mosque from  6 to 8 pm on May 18, 2016. Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McConnell will lead the conversation to discuss identity theft, foreclosure fraud and more to help educate the community about how to stay safe from consumer fraud. For more info, go to itsmk786@yahoo.com or call 323-786-1229

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