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Temporary Bus Stop for Both Line 6 and Rapid 6

Temporary Bus Stop for Both Line 6 and Rapid 6

From July 11th to July 17, 2016, the southbound bus stop at Sepulveda Blvd. nearside Palms Blvd. will be moved to Sepulveda Blvd. farside Palms Blvd. The northbound bus stop will be closed due to construction. If you have any questions, please contact a Transit Operations Supervisor at (310) 253-6500

City Council Places Parcel Tax and Hiring Power on the November Ballot

City Council Places Parcel Tax and Hiring Power on the November Ballot

The scheduling on any City Council agenda happens well in advance of the evening, so while the number of police related items on the docket for July 11, 2016 had no foreknowledge of the tragic shooting in Dallas last week, it created a sense of reflection that went beyond procedure. Council member Meghan Sahli-Wells asked that the meeting be adjourned in memory of the victims in Dallas, as [...]

Sister City to Welcome Korean Students

Sister City to Welcome Korean Students

The Culver City Sister City Committee will host a Korean Student delegation, comprised of seven high school students and three chaperones, Jul. 23 to Aug. 3. Culver City Sister City conducts an annual exchange program with sister cities Iksan City of South Korea and Kaizuka of Japan. The community is invited to attend the welcome picnic, July 24, 4-6 pm, at Bill Botts’ playground picnic area [...]

West Basin Offering Greywater Workshops

West Basin Offering Greywater Workshops

As part of its efforts to expand water conservation programs for its communities, West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) has launched its first-ever greywater workshop series. The workshops are designed to educate residents on the safe and legal use of greywater and showcase an innovative technique to reduce residential water use. A total of five classes have been scheduled in the [...]

Culver City 16 Year Olds Rally for Summer Volleyball Title

Culver City 16 Year Olds Rally for Summer Volleyball Title

The Culver Volleyball Club 16 year olds coached by Tanner Siegal came out of the loser’s bracket and avenged a loss to an Oregon team to win the 8th Annual Summer Soiree Volleyball Tournament in Anaheim, 25-19, 25-22. Six Culver City teams ranging in ages 12-18 entered, but by the end of the week the only local team that remained was 16-Tanner in the 64 team field. 16-Tanner was put in the [...]

“The Talk” Revisited

“The Talk” Revisited

Editor's Note - This post was originally published in April of 2012 in the wake of the murder of Trayvon Martin. It has been edited as a way of updating the text, and is being published today to give us all a moment to see through the eyes of a parent. We are committed, as a community, to keep our youth safe, and we need to be just as conscious and committed as individuals, to sharing the anger [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

A group of teenagers on work experience at Keele University in Staffordshire, England, may have discovered a new planet. Twenty four students in years 10, 11 and 12, boys and girls aged 15 to 17, from local schools and colleges came together for the week in the Lennard-Jones building at Keele to work on a research project that aimed to discover exoplanets—planets that orbit other stars—and [...]

Clean Stormwater May Mean Another Parcel Tax

Clean Stormwater May Mean Another Parcel Tax

There is quite a lot of Ballona Creek that runs through Culver City, and it's going to be our legal responsibility to make sure that water is clean. While taking care of the environment is vital, it's not going to be cheap. The estimated $125 million needed to meet the requirements of the law may be partly funded by a parcel tax. On November 8, 2012, the California Regional Water Quality [...]

Centennial Talent Show

Centennial Talent Show

Calling all Culver City singers, dancers, musicians, poets, comedians, gymnasts and other talented performers- be a part of the Block Party of the Century in Downtown Culver City- and you could win $1000- apply today and help us celebrate 100 years of creativity in Culver City. For details, go to -  www.downtownculvercity.com/#!centennial/c4d1

WLA Track Gets Refurbished

WLA Track Gets Refurbished

This summer, West L.A. College will be refurbishing its track. This will result in the football field and track being closed for a number of weeks. Although the closure is expected to happen sooner rather than later, a specific date has not yet been determined. Tentatively, it is expected to remain closed until late July. For updates please visit www.WLAC.edu/Events

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