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Tiggs and Lee Host Council Campaign Events

Tiggs and Lee Host Council Campaign Events

While council candidate Marcus Tiggs offered a 'meet the candidate' barbeque at Carlson Park on Saturday, January 16, Daniel Lee greeted supporters at the home of school board member Kelly Kent on Sunday the 17th. It was the beginning of what will be several intense months of campaigning for these two with eight candidates running for three seats in April. Tiggs (pictured left, speaking at the [...]

City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar

City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar

All the latest from City Hall on developments, community, services and events - Community Development  SteelHouse – Building plans were approved on January 8th for structural seismic upgrades at 3644 Eastham Drive.  Airport Marina Ford – Building plans were approved on December 28th for the installation of a parts carousel at 6002 Centinela Avenue.  Apple, Inc. – The [...]

CC Little League – Sign Ups Still Open

CC Little League – Sign Ups Still Open

It's not too late to register your children for our 2016 baseball and softball season! Children ages 4-16 (League age determined as of DOB Aug 30). Registration will be closing soon! Please go to Go to www.culvercitylittleleague.org/...

Water Education Available @ West Basin

Water Education Available @ West Basin

West Basin Water District has released the 2016 schedule for free water education programs offered to residents and businesses in its service area. The free community programs include water recycling tours and ocean water desalination briefings on alternating months, along with an ongoing Speakers Bureau for organizations interested in having a West Basin water expert speak about various water [...]

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

I Am Angry at My Body -- Look, I don’t eat badly. At all. I’ve cut down wine, sugar to occasional amounts. I eat vegetables and protein for 90% of my diet with little grain and fruit. I eat healthy fats and my one addiction is coffee with soy milk creamer. I have changed my relationship with food. My body doesn’t seem to know that. After “trying” this last week...planning three [...]

Culver City Takes Jet Noise Complaints to FAA

Culver City Takes Jet Noise Complaints to FAA

There's a mystery unfolding in the skies above Culver City. Airplanes bound for Los Angeles International Airport appear to be flying overhead more frequently and at lower altitudes. For two or three years now, the aircraft have been so low that residents say they can clearly make out tail numbers on the jets. Every few minutes the engines of those low-flying planes roar overhead, interrupting [...]

Coyote Concerns? Workshop @ El Rincon Jan. 14

Coyote Concerns? Workshop @ El Rincon Jan. 14

The Culver City Police Department, in partnership with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, will be hosting a community workshop to address concerns and gather input regarding the recent Coyote issues. All community members are invited. January 14, 2016 at 7:00 PM,  El Rincon Elementary School Cafeteria, located at 11177 Overland Ave Culver City, CA 90230

Hitting the High Notes – Architects Discuss Performance Space

Hitting the High Notes – Architects Discuss Performance Space

Performing arts centers define our cities and serve as new architectural landmarks. These landmarks can rapidly transform the cultural and economic fabric of a city, bringing renewed prosperity as well as design inspiration. Wednesday January 20 at 6 pm at the Helms Design Center at 8754 Washington Blvd., Culver City 90232 What is essential to an iconic performing arts center? Discover this and [...]

Daniel Lee Announces City Council Run

Daniel Lee Announces City Council Run

Activist and community organizer, Daniel Lee announced his plans to run to represent the residents of Culver City as a member of the City Council. “After careers in the nonprofit and community organizing sector, a stint in the Air Force and California Air National Guard, and time in the entertainment industry I am heeding the call to go into public service and run for elected office,” says [...]

Council Candidate Tiggs to Host Barbeque on Jan. 16

Council Candidate Tiggs to Host Barbeque on Jan. 16

The second in a series of campaign BBQs for ElecTIGGS. The campaign announced it will be hosting a complimentary barbeque at Carlson Park (10400 Braddock Dr., Culver City, CA 90232) on Saturday, January 16, 2016 from Noon until 3 pm. All are invited and encouraged to stop with an appetite for lunch and meet Culver City Council Candidate, Marcus G. Tiggs. Tiggs’ community involvement spans [...]

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