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Houston Wins Kudos as Emerging Leader

Houston Wins Kudos as Emerging Leader

West Basin Water Director Scott Houston was recognized by Los Angeles-based Empowerment Congress whose Emerging Civic Leaders Committee celebrated a “40 under 40” list highlighting 40 change-makers under the age of 40 to watch. Director Houston, first elected to the West Basin Board of Directors in 2014, represents Division IV, which includes the cities of Culver City, El Segundo, Malibu, [...]

Weissman Joins Board of Directors @ Upward Bound House

Weissman Joins Board of Directors @ Upward Bound House

“We are honored to have Andy join our Board of Directors, his commitment to public and civic service is a great asset for the organization, community and the vulnerable families that it serves,”notes Christine Mirasy-Glasco, Executive Director of Upward Bound House as former Culver City Mayor Andrew Weissman joins the Board of Directors of Upward Bound House, a county-wide non-profit [...]

City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar

City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar

It’s the bi-weekly report from Culver City’s manager, Mr. John Nachbar. All the latest details from Parks & Recreation, the Fire Dept, Community Development and much more. Community Development • BIT Culver City Creative, LLC c/o IDS Real Estate Group – The Building Safety Division issued a Building Permit on May 24th, for a new 9 tiered level parking structure, accommodating 990 [...]

Mark Your Ballots – Today is the Day

Mark Your Ballots – Today is the Day

You need to go and vote. If you are not sure who or what choices to make, advice is here. About the Democratic Nominee for President of the United States; you have you mind so firmly made up that nothing could influence you. So do that. But your task is not completed. You must vote for many other offices, because ignoring the down ballot races and issues is what leads to things like Mitch [...]

LAX Meeting on North Arrival Route

LAX Meeting on North Arrival Route

Los Angeles International Airport has commissioned an in-depth study of the 'North Arrival' route that traverses Culver City. The study will be “revealed” at a public meeting at LAX on June 8 at 7 PM. The meeting will be in the Samuel Greenberg Board Room, at the  Clifton A. Moore Administration Building, on 1 World Way, Los Angeles, CA 90045. The location may be very challenging to find, [...]

Hillary Clinton Rallies Women at WLA College

Hillary Clinton Rallies Women at WLA College

The Gymnasium at West Los Angeles College was the scene of volunteers and voters as women turned out to see presidential candidate Hillary Clinton this morning. Women came from as far away as San Pedro and Ventura to be a part of the event, and the organizers were gentle but persistent about getting those volunteer forms filled in for phone banking and canvassing. Speakers from Sally Field to [...]

New Principal Named for El Rincon

New Principal Named for El Rincon

The Culver City Unified School District Board of Education has announced that it has selected Lynwood Unified School District Principal Dr. Cassandra Ziskind to serve as Principal of El Rincon Elementary School, effective July 26. Ziskind has spent the past three years as Principal at Helen Keller Elementary School in the Lynwood Unified School District, which earned honors as a 2016 [...]

Leah’s Garden Dedicated at Lin Howe

Leah’s Garden Dedicated at Lin Howe

Dozens of neighbors, classmates and teachers gathered together on Wednesday evening, June 1, 2016 to participate in the dedication of Leah’s Garden on the Lin Howe campus. Leah Nico, a beloved mother of four with children at both Lin Howe and CCMS, passed away on October 1, 2015. Leah’s Garden is the fulfillment of her dream to turn Lin Howe’s kindergarten yard into an outdoor classroom and [...]

Ridley-Thomas Needs Your Call to Support SB 443 (Civil Forfeiture)

Ridley-Thomas Needs Your Call to Support SB 443 (Civil Forfeiture)

Law enforcement officers have been legally stealing from innocent people for decades through an unjust, racist policy leftover from the failed War on Drugs, called Civil Asset Forfeiture. There will be a critical vote in the California legislature ANY MINUTE that would reign in this blatant abuse, and according to Courage Campaign, Culver City's Representative in Sacramento, Assemblymember [...]

El Rincon’s “Discoteques” Make the Top Ten for RockSTAR @ The Grove

El Rincon’s “Discoteques” Make the Top Ten for RockSTAR @ The Grove

Wild applause for the band members of Discoteques - they are named as one of the top ten bands in the Southern California RockSTAR competition. They will be performing at The Grove this weekend on Sunday June 5, 189 Grove Drive in Los Angeles, 90036. STAR Education offers this unique program for grade schoolers to jam with a band, learn an instrument, and if you are as good as the Discoteques, [...]

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