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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 [...]

Safe Routes to School Needs Your Signature (Right Now)

Safe Routes to School Needs Your Signature (Right Now)

Support Cap and Trade Funding for Active Transportation! The Governor’s 2014-15 budget proposal includes $850 million in Cap-and-Trade funding to programs that reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The largest share of this new revenue is earmarked for transportation programs, but none of that funding is allocated to the new Active Transportation Program to support investments in walking and [...]

School Bond Measure CC Supporters to Rally on April 12

School Bond Measure CC Supporters to Rally on April 12

Supporters of Measure CC, the bond issue that will help repair a wide array of facilities across all of Culver City Unified School District’s 10 school sites, will hold a community wide rally and walk to reach out to voters and encourage them to support CC when it appears on the June 3, 2014 ballot. The campaign committee welcomes everyone to join us at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 12 at [...]

CCPD Runs Baker to Vegas for 1st Place

CCPD Runs Baker to Vegas for 1st Place

The Culver City Police Department sent a team of 20 runners to compete in the 30th annual Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay. Each runner runs a relay leg of 4.0 to 10.7 miles, depending on the difficulty of the leg. The race started in the City of Baker, California on Saturday, 3/23/14, and finished in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, 3/24/14. With teams coming from as far away as Europe, this [...]

City Offers Free Compost (Just When You Need it Most)

City Offers Free Compost (Just When You Need it Most)

It's true - growing your own food is like printing your own money. It's even better than that, because when you are picking tomatoes out of the back yard instead of flying them up from the south (or trucking them down form the north) you are saving fossil fuels and carbon emissions. Best of all, home grown produce is incomparably delicious. To put the final punctuation point on our green [...]

Koosed Seeks Support for Culver City Creative Economy Dept.

Koosed Seeks Support for Culver City Creative Economy Dept.

Culver City is home to a vibrant and diverse arts and culture community dedicated to enriching the lives of all Culver City residents. The City previously supported its arts and culture sector through the work of a dedicated Department of Cultural Affairs. However, this department was dismantled in May 2012 when funding from the Community Redevelopment Agency was lost. Since then, Culver City has [...]

Better Biking and Walking? Bills in Committee

Better Biking and Walking? Bills in Committee

Two bills have been introduced in Congress that would further recent efforts to improve safety for the nation’s most vulnerable road users: pedestrians and bicyclists. HR 3494/S 1708 Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Act would set non-motorized safety performance measures and asks states to focus on bicycle and pedestrian safety issues. Focus requirements are flexible and can range from [...]

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