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News

#EquityAndJustice Bill SB180 Awaits Governor’s Signature

#EquityAndJustice Bill SB180 Awaits Governor’s Signature

Lawmakers approved and sent to the governor an #EquityAndJustice bill to reform California’s criminal justice system to help children and young adults thrive. Approved was Senate Bill 180, also known as the Repeal Ineffective Sentencing Enhancement Act or the RISE Act. This reform measure authored by Sens. Holly J. Mitchell and Ricardo Lara reduces sentencing enhancements for certain [...]

CCUSD Will ‘Top Out’ The Robert Frost for Centennial Legacy

CCUSD Will ‘Top Out’ The Robert Frost for Centennial Legacy

On Wednesday, September 20, from 3:30 – 4:30 pm, the community is invited to Culver City High School (CCHS) to watch the unveiling of the Centennial Legacy Project and to celebrate the placing of the keystone arch inside the Robert Frost Auditorium, which is currently under renovation. Enjoy music performed by CCHS Marching Band, participate in an interactive art project, and enjoy delicious [...]

Council Notes – Marijuana Regulations Get Specific But Not Final

Council Notes – Marijuana Regulations Get Specific But Not Final

The City Council Meeting of September 9, 2017 moved swiftly thorough the agenda, past the consent calendar, and then slowed to a crawl over the the discussion of the marijuana ordinance that went on for hours. Despite the extensive work of the Marijuana Task Force, the outreach from city staff to the community for comments, and the looming state law that will make rules for us if we don't make [...]

State Senate to Vote Today on Funds for DACA Assistance

State Senate to Vote Today on Funds for DACA Assistance

In an effort to remove the cloud of uncertainty that hangs over the heads of thousands of young Californians, a key Senate committee today is expected to vote on a $30 million emergency plan to provide them legal and financial assistance. The Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee will vote on the plan, a combined effort by Gov. Brown’s office and the leadership of both houses, to aid [...]

Community Meeting – Bristol Parkway Project

Community Meeting – Bristol Parkway Project

The City of Culver City and HSH Management will be holding the first community meeting on Thursday Sept. 14 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Four Points by Sheraton, 5990 Green Valley Circle, Culver City 90230. The community meeting will be to present information about the proposed development plans at the current Fox Hills Plaza shopping center site and to provide an opportunity for feedback and [...]

Co-opportunity Market and Deli’s Grand Opening Hits the Spot

Co-opportunity Market and Deli’s Grand Opening Hits the Spot

Just a block from the EXPO station and across the street from the former Surfas is Culver City's newest community-owned natural foods grocery and deli. Featuring fresh, organic, local foods and products, the Coopportunity Market and Deli opened to lines of customers at the Saturday Grand Opening. Many bought memberships in the 43-year–old cooperative, founded in a Santa Monica garage well [...]

Free E-waste Roundup & File Shredding-Syd Kronenthal Park – Tomorrow, September 9th!

Free E-waste Roundup & File Shredding-Syd Kronenthal Park – Tomorrow, September 9th!

The Culver City Public Works Department and California Recycles are working together to provide a convenient way for you to dispose of your unwanted electronic equipment by holding an electronic recycling & document shredding event! Saturday, September 9, 2017 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Syd Kronenthal Park 3459 McManus Avenue Culver City, CA 90232 We will accept the following [...]

Bass Offers Amendments on Airplane Noise

Bass Offers Amendments on Airplane Noise

On September 5,  Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.) offered a series of amendments to H.R. 3354, an omnibus appropriations bill that includes Fiscal Year 2018 spending for federal transportation priorities. The amendments, put forward in the House Rules Committee, were an effort to minimize the continuous and rampant noise caused by low-flying airplanes in neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles. “The [...]

Culver-Palms Y Nears ‘Grand Reopening’

Culver-Palms Y Nears ‘Grand Reopening’

The completion of construction at the Culver-Palms Y is almost in sight, and the Y is happy to showcase the remodeling and upgrades that have kept the facility busy over the last ten months. Renovations focused on the Front Lobby, portions of the pool deck, and the locker rooms that are part of the Aquatics Center. Plans called for adding a family restroom, two rinse off showers, and a family [...]

City to Release Draft Environmental Impact Report on Oil Field Sept. 15

City to Release Draft Environmental Impact Report on Oil Field Sept. 15

On September 15, 2017, a Draft of the IOF Specific Plan (including revised draft drilling regulations) and the Draft EIR will be released to the public for a 60-day review period. Upon release, the draft documents and will be posted on the City’s website at www.culvercity.org/inglewoodoilfield. Additional notification and information regarding submission of comments to the Draft EIR will be [...]

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