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Public Meeting on Sustainable Groundwater Mangement

Public Meeting on Sustainable Groundwater Mangement

On April 12, 2017 at 6pm, the City of Culver City, City of Santa Monica, City of Beverly Hills, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, and Los Angeles County will come together for a public meeting to discuss the formation of a Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) for the Santa Monica Groundwater Basin. Representatives from each agency will be present to provide more information and to [...]

Community Meeting on Inglewood Oil Field Plan – April 17

Community Meeting on Inglewood Oil Field Plan – April 17

On April 17, 2017, the City Council will be holding a community meeting to discuss and consider a temporary hold on the Inglewood Oil Field Specific Plan Project and related Environmental Impact Report for the purpose of considering a request from the new IOF operator, Sentinel Peak Resources, to participate in the Specific Plan process as a Project applicant. Sentinel Peak Resources acquired [...]

Justice Griffith Designs for Nike & Clippers

Justice Griffith Designs for Nike & Clippers

When the Los Angeles Clippers took the floor against the Washington Wizards on March 29, star power forward Blake Griffin was wearing a special pair of kicks. The 6-foot-10 Griffin was sporting a custom pair of Jordan Brand Super Fly 5 shoes called the “Just 5,” created by CCUSD student Justice Griffith. Justice, a graduate of El Rincon Elementary School, currently attends Culver City [...]

Healthy Family 5K – April 2

Healthy Family 5K – April 2

Celebrate an active, healthy lifestyle at our Third Annual Culver City Healthy Family 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, April 2, at 9am at West LA College. Bring the kids and enjoy a morning of exercise, activities and post race refreshments and entertainment. If you haven't already signed up, take advantage of free registration for one of the highlights of the event, the delightfully dramatic running of [...]

Public Hearing on Hillside Development – April 18

Public Hearing on Hillside Development – April 18

In the next chapter of the Culver Crest community saga, the City Council is offering another public hearing regarding the city's proposed moratorium on hillside development, and the adoption of the interim ordinance on Tuesday, April 18 at 7 pm. If the proposed ordinance is passed, it will hold a time frame of ten months and 15 days until building can be considered, all construction in both [...]

No Progress for Crosswalks in Fox Hills

No Progress for Crosswalks in Fox Hills

On March 9th, a conference call with Gabe Garcia, Culver City Traffic Engineer, and the Fox Hills Neighborhood Association board yielded little progress on getting crosswalks for the intersection at Doverwood and Bristol, and Green Valley Circle and Fox Hills Drive due to the latest data obtained on the traffic flow in these areas. According to Garcia the decision is strictly “data driven." [...]

Culver City Releases “Sanctuary City” Statement

Culver City Releases “Sanctuary City” Statement

  On March 28, 2017, the City Council of the City of Culver City adopted a Resolution to declare itself a sanctuary city. According to the Resolution, "The City of Culver City is a sanctuary city for all of its residents, and the City stands in solidarity with other sanctuary jurisdictions. The City reaffirms its commitment to welcome individuals with diverse backgrounds and will uphold [...]

Marijuana Task Force – City Seeks Community Input on Regulations

Marijuana Task Force – City Seeks Community Input on Regulations

  On February 27th, the City Council of the City of Culver City unanimously approved the formation of a Marijuana Task Force to explore the complexities of regulating marijuana within the City. The City Council also appointed Vice Mayor Jeffrey Cooper and Council member Meghan Sahli-Wells to serve on the Task Force along with a Planning Commissioner, a Finance Advisory Committee Member, [...]

Mitchell and Lara Move Forward with Justice Reform Bills

Mitchell and Lara Move Forward with Justice Reform Bills

Nine days after introducing a comprehensive bill package to reform California’s criminal justice system for juveniles and young adults, five of the measures have passed their initial policy tests. The latest action came today as the Senate Public Safety Committee approved bills to eliminate court fees on those found innocent and to keep records sealed on those not convicted of a [...]

Sanctuary Much – Council Votes for ‘Sanctuary City’ to Protect Residents

Sanctuary Much – Council Votes for ‘Sanctuary City’ to Protect Residents

The city council meeting ran long and ended late, 12:40 a.m., but after more than 70 speakers, the four attending council members passed the motion to declare Culver City as a 'Sanctuary City.' Culver City Police Chief Scott Bixby was candid. "We have no interest in being immigration enforcement. We never have and we never will." Reinforcing yet again that the job of the police was to address [...]

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