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Culver City Polystyrene Survey

Culver City Polystyrene Survey

After being on the City Council agenda, and then remanded back to the Sustainability Committee, we are still looking for more information on the community perspective on polystyrene. Can you spare a few minutes to complete a survey about the sale, use and recycling of single-use Polystyrene plastic products in Culver City? Follow this link to complete the survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/PQD8BF3

It is Time for a Red Tent – Nov. 12 @ Blanco Park

It is Time for a Red Tent – Nov. 12 @ Blanco Park

If you are a woman as angry, as frustrated and as serious as I am, please join me for a Red Tent this Saturday, November 12, 2106 at Blanco Park in Culver City at 3 pm. Don't look for an actual tent that's red - wear red and white know that we are the tent. The Red Tent was created as a place for women to gather, to speak our truths, to meditate and to be together. This tent is in honor of our [...]

Culver City Orchestra Announces Parness Winners

Culver City Orchestra Announces Parness Winners

The Culver City Orchestra’s Parness Concerto Competition was held at West Los Angeles College. The decisions by the judges to pick the winners and honorable mentions are never easy, and again, this year like in the past, the choices were difficult. Matthew Hetz, the orchestra's Executive Director offered "I must thank each contestant for bringing to our competition their wonderful musical [...]

Walk ‘n Rollers Family Ride – Nov. 20

Walk ‘n Rollers Family Ride – Nov. 20

Celebrate community and exercise on November 20 on the next family ride: The Fresh and Easy Fun Ride. Join the crowd on this family-friendly group ride to explore healthy choices for Thanksgiving - Visit Culver City Community Garden, Mar Vista Farmer's Market, and The Mad Carrot juice bar. The ride will be approximately 3 miles in length. Be sure to bring a bike in good working order, [...]

Local Election Results – One No, Three Yes

Local Election Results – One No, Three Yes

Down at the end of a very long ballot yesterday there were four local measures for Culver City. Three passed and one failed, according the results from all 25 precincts reporting in to the Los Angeles County Registrar. Measures Ca, CB and CD all specific changes to the City Charter, and Measure CW approves a parcel tax to fund infrastructure for clean water projects required by a federal [...]

CCPD Wins Traffic Safety Grant

CCPD Wins Traffic Safety Grant

Culver City Police Department has been awarded a $70,000.00 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for a year-long program of special enforcements and public awareness efforts to prevent traffic related deaths and injuries. Culver City Police Department will use the funding as part of the city’s ongoing commitment to keep our roadways safe and improve the quality of life [...]

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Slates Annual Meeting for Nov. 17

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Slates Annual Meeting for Nov. 17

Dr. Joshua Arnold, the new Culver City School District Superintendent, will be the featured speaker at the Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Annual Meeting. Dr. Arnold will share his vision for the future of our school district during his presentation. The public is welcome to attend the meeting which is on Thursday, November 17th at 7 p.m. in the Culver City High School Library, [...]

Garcetti Canvasses Culver City for Measure M

Garcetti Canvasses Culver City for Measure M

In a last minute campaign stop yesterday, Nov. 7 2016, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti spent some time at the Lion Fountain with some locals and officials, pitching the public transportation funding Measure M. On today's ballot, residents of Los Angeles County will vote on adding another half a cent to the sales tax to be spent on public transportation, as well as erasing the sunset clause from a [...]

Mark Your Ballot (Updated)

Mark Your Ballot (Updated)

Just as we do on every election day, we are offering you the chance to catch up on your homework, and fill out your ballot with ease. Yes, we are telling you who and what to vote for - and if past elections are a good measure, lots and lots of you appreciate the advice. If you have already voted, thank you. The object of the game here is to get people to vote. On all of it. Yes, even the judges [...]

Garcetti to Visit Culver City for Measure M

Garcetti to Visit Culver City for Measure M

On Monday, November 7, 2016 at 1:00 pm, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will meet with and talk to voters in Culver City about Measure M - the Los Angeles County Traffic Improvement Plan – that is on the November 8th Ballot. Mayor Garcetti will be visiting Town Plaza at 1 p.m. near the Lion statue and fountain. The public is invited to attend. Town Plaza is located between The Culver Hotel [...]

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