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Positions Available on Budget and Bond Committees

Positions Available on Budget and Bond Committees

If you want to good things to happen here, the best way is to get involved and make good things happen. So, are you interested in being on CBAC or CBOC? Now's the time. The application period for the Community Budget Advisory Committee (5 Seats and 1 alternate position) and Measure CC Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (1 Seat) is now open.  The Board of Education of Culver City Unified [...]

City Council to Hold Special Meeting

City Council to Hold Special Meeting

The City Council has scheduled a Special Meeting beginning at 1:00 PM on Friday, April 8, 2016, to discuss changing upcoming office space at the Baldwin Project into upcoming residential space to include affordable housing. Council member Meghan Sahli-Wells offered, "We have an opportunity to take one step closer to creating a few more affordable housing units on April 8th. This meeting will [...]

Center for the Study of Political Graphics Wins Kelley Grant

Center for the Study of Political Graphics Wins Kelley Grant

The Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts yesterday announced the recipients of its inaugural Artist Project Grants—nine nonprofits local to Los Angeles will receive a combined total of $310,000, according to Deborah Vankin in the Los Angeles Times. One of the projects that will be supported is “The Back 9: Golf and Zoning Policy in Los Angeles,” a collaboration between the group Los Angeles [...]

Sierra Club, LCV Endorse Small in Council Race

Sierra Club, LCV Endorse Small in Council Race

Thomas Small has received the endorsements of Sierra Club, League of Conservation Voters and Vote the Bike LA in his bid for a seat on the Culver City City Council. The election will take place Tuesday, April 12. “These important organizations and their leaders are stewards of our precious environment,” Thomas Small said. “I am grateful for their confidence in me.” Thomas Small is [...]

Hodgetts & Fung to Offer Plans on Robert Frost – April 20

Hodgetts & Fung to Offer Plans on Robert Frost – April 20

Craig Hodgetts, FAIA, and Hsinming Fung, FAIA, founding principals of Hodgetts + Fung Architecture and Design studio, will present their plans for the renovation of Robert Frost Auditorium to the public at the Culver City Historical Society on Weds., April 20, 2o16 at 7 pm. The meeting will be at the Vets Memorial Building, NOT at the Frost Auditorium. Known for “one of the most ambitious [...]

Climate Credit? Check Your Edison Statement

Climate Credit? Check Your Edison Statement

This month* your utility bill will include a credit identified as the "California Climate Credit." Your household and millions of others throughout the state will receive this credit on your utility bills. This payment comes from a California program that is fighting climate change. Your Climate Credit is designed to help you join in these efforts. You can use the bill savings from your [...]

Mayor’s Luncheon Celebrates O’Leary’s Final Year on City Council

Mayor’s Luncheon Celebrates O’Leary’s Final Year on City Council

When Mayor Michael "Mehaul" O'Leary began to sing, everyone in the room knew this was going to be different. AT Mayor O'Leary celebration of his previous turn as Mayor of Culver City from 2011 to 2012 his speech went on for almost an hour, filled with detail, nuance and lots of information. As he prepared on March 31, 2016 to step down from city service, in one final stroke of good policy, [...]

Habitat Breaks Ground on Globe Ave. – T.S. Owen

Habitat Breaks Ground on Globe Ave. – T.S. Owen

When Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger fast-tracked the $1.1 billion dollar Sepulveda Pass Improvement Project on the 405 in 2006, the idea was to ease the traffic on the San Diego Freeway while a fringe benefit designated expropriated land to homes for low income families. A decade later, the 405 remains possibly the worst bottleneck in California, but far below the freeway, a group of dignitaries, [...]

CCPD Adds to List of Endorsements for Incumbent Sahli-Wells

CCPD Adds to List of Endorsements for Incumbent Sahli-Wells

  With less than three weeks before the election April 12, Culver City Police Officers Association has joined Culver City Firefighters Association, Employees Association, and a growing roster of notable individuals and organizations in their enthusiastic praise for Sahli-Wells’ leadership, and their support for her re-election to the Culver City Council. Culver City Police, [...]

Access Culver City Near Completion

Access Culver City Near Completion

Exterior work is now nearing completion on Access Culver City, a residential-retail complex at the Expo Line's Culver City Station. With the opening date listed only as "early 2016" new neighbors will be moving in soon. The project, developed by South Carolina-based Greystar Real Estate Partners, consists of a five-story building which will feature 115 rental apartments above 30,000 square [...]

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