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Community Activists Needed

Community Activists Needed

The Board of Education of Culver City Unified School District are seeking a qualified, interested individual to serve on a committee of community leaders currently serving as the Independent Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee ("CBOC") for the District's Measure CC school facilities bond program. Applications are being accepted by Culver City Unified School District until 4:30 PM on Friday, May [...]

Calling All CCHS Alumni – Centennial Alert

Calling All CCHS Alumni – Centennial Alert

If you are a CCHS Alumni or know someone who is please go to our CCHS website, click on the Alumni tab to the right of the page and then click on the Alumni registration form. We are planning big activities for the celebration of the Centennial of Culver City and we want to make sure our Alumni is included. We are also trying to build our Alumni database to send out informational newsletters and [...]

Car Show Will Require Bus Line Changes on May 7

Car Show Will Require Bus Line Changes on May 7

The 13th Annual “Cruisin’ Back to Culver City” Car Show, will take place on Saturday, May 7, 2016 from 9:00AM-3:00PM. Hundreds of classic cars and hot rods are expected to be on display in downtown along Culver and Washington Boulevards from Ince Boulevard to Duquesne Avenue, as well as vendors and music performances scheduled throughout the day. The event is produced by the Culver City [...]

Crossover Voting – June is Coming, Get the Facts

Crossover Voting – June is Coming, Get the Facts

  The California Primary will be held on June 7, 2016, and now is the moment to get educated about voting options. Turnout will be crucial for many reasons, and your participation is essential. Presidential Primaries are especially unique because political parties have the ability to decide whether voters registered as No-Party Preference can "crossover" into their party, and vote [...]

Hazard Mitigation Plan Needs Comments Before May 16

Hazard Mitigation Plan Needs Comments Before May 16

The City of Culver City and the Culver City Unified School District are pleased to announce that the Draft Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan (MJHMP) is now available for review from the following link: www.culvercity.org/hazardmitigationplan You are invited to learn more about the MJHMP by viewing the information contained on the website and to participate in preparation of the [...]

Tiggs to Speak on Larry Yates Program

Tiggs to Speak on Larry Yates Program

Marcus Tiggs, local political activist and recent city council candidate will speak on the Larry Yates Show, this Thursday live at 3:00 pm and can be accessed and viewed live at www.UBNRADIO.com. Tiggs will discuss the recent election, his views on local politics and the factors in play during his recent run for office. The show is available on YouTube and iHeart Radio a few days after it [...]

Culver-Palms Y Free Membership for Teens this Summer

Culver-Palms Y Free Membership for Teens this Summer

If you think teenagers should spend the summer working, or working out, the Y has got it covered.  Teens from 12-17 years old will be able to join the Y this June and July -- for FREE! In addition to offering free membership and exclusive programming for teenagers, the Y is partnering with the City and County of Los Angeles to provide youth and young adults with part-time employment [...]

CCHS Athlete Wins Olympic Trip

CCHS Athlete Wins Olympic Trip

McKenna Stevens, a junior on Culver City High School’s varsity girls’ volleyball team, recently won a trip to the Olympic Games in Brazil later this summer. Dick’s Sporting Goods in El Segundo received 5,000 nominations to participate in this program, and McKenna was nominated by her club coach and selected for this opportunity. She and her mother will fly to Rio this summer [...]

Super Survey – CCUSD Wants Your Standards for Superintendent Search

Super Survey – CCUSD Wants Your Standards for Superintendent Search

The Governing Board of the Culver City Unified School District has selected Dr. John Cruz and Dr. Wendell Chun of Education Leadership Services as its advisors to assist the Board in its search for a new superintendent. One of the first tasks in the search and selection process is to determine the specific traits, skills, abilities, and experience desired in the new superintendent. The Board [...]

Dear Editor – Farragut Resident Offers History

Dear Editor – Farragut Resident Offers History

Former City Council Member Andrew Weissman, an attorney, apparently forgot what he publicly espoused 30 years ago—“Culver City is entitled to the independent judgment of council members whose impartiality is untainted….” and “The responsibility that the elected official has is to disclose conflicts of interest.” (Los Angeles Times, 3/23/86) His memory lapse is costing Culver City [...]

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