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News

CCUSD Relocates New Science Building

CCUSD Relocates New Science Building

After a presentation of several options, followed by extensive discussions at the August 15 Board workshop, the CCUSD School Board passed a resolution at the August 22 Board meeting to locate the new HS/MS Science building in the back of the school area by the Lacrosse field. Middle and High School administration were part of the discussion and shared that the highlighted location is ideal for [...]

CCPD to Partner with CHP and Sheriffs to Encourage Sober Drivers on Holiday Weekend

CCPD to Partner with CHP and Sheriffs to Encourage Sober Drivers on Holiday Weekend

The end of summer is traditionally marked by the Labor Day holiday, a time for our country to reflect on the hard work of our fellow Americans. The long weekend is celebrated through picnics, pool parties, and barbecues, as families and friends enjoy the last few days of summer before fall and winter approach. Sadly, the Labor Day holiday is also one of the deadliest, with alcohol and drug [...]

Landscaping for City Hall – Community Input Needed Tonight

Landscaping for City Hall – Community Input Needed Tonight

The City is celebrating its 100th year anniversary on September 20, 2017. In recognition of the City’s centennial, coupled with past drought conditions in California, the City has selected two architects as finalists to submit competing conceptual designs to replace City Hall’s landscaping. The project includes replacing plants with drought tolerant landscaping and creation of a new [...]

Civil Rights Leader Lawson to Offer Training

Civil Rights Leader Lawson to Offer Training

Responding to the exacerbation of socio-political tensions around the country and an increase in civil resistance, a veteran Civil Rights organizer is reviving a popular program aimed at sharing the lessons from successful movements of the past with advocates of current justice struggles. The Rev. Dr. James Lawson, an ordained minister who led several civil resistance campaigns at the height [...]

Say No to Education Cuts – Contact Your Reps

Say No to Education Cuts – Contact Your Reps

Contact your state Senator and Assemblymember today and ask them to rescind “pre-approved cuts” to our children’s education funding over the next three years. A part of recently passed AB99 (the education budget trailer bill) potentially cuts the Prop. 98 school funding minimum guarantee for K-12 public schools over the next three years. The reason? A guess that state revenue might be less [...]

Senior Center Program Location Changes Sept. 5th – 8th Due To Courtyard Renovation Project

Senior Center Program Location Changes Sept. 5th – 8th Due To Courtyard Renovation Project

  The Culver City Senior Center courtyard renovation project will begin on Tuesday, September 5, 2017. Out of concern for senior safety during demolition work, Senior Center programs will be held at alternate locations starting Tuesday, September 5th through Friday, September 8th. The Senior Nutrition Program will be held in the Culver City Teen Center at 4153 Overland Avenue. Other [...]

Common Adds His Voice to #EquityandJustice

Common Adds His Voice to #EquityandJustice

Hip hop recording artist, actor, film producer and poet Common added his voice to the campaign to reform California’s juvenile justice system with the Imagine Justice concert at the Capitol Mall  on Monday, Aug. 21, and planned meetings with legislators and youth on Tuesday, Aug. 22. Common joins youth advocates, criminal justice groups and current and former law enforcement and corrections [...]

Transit Oriented District Study Will Be Presented to City Council

Transit Oriented District Study Will Be Presented to City Council

The Culver City Transit Oriented Development (TOD) District Visioning Study, conducted over the past six months, has centered on mobility planning in the TOD area. The Study includes multiple modes – pedestrian, transit, bicycling, and automobile traffic, which has historically driven mobility planning. On Monday, August 28, 2017 at 7:00 pm, the TOD Visioning team, Johnson Fain, Steer Davies [...]

Fiesta La Ballona!

Fiesta La Ballona!

Fiesta La Ballona, Culver City’s annual “Party in the Park”, will be held August 25-27, 2017 at Veterans Park which is located at 4117 Overland Avenue in Culver City. Fiesta is a free, signature event of the Culver City Centennial Celebration. The weekend’s festivities will feature live performances, carnival rides and games, vendor booths showcasing local groups and artisan wares, pony [...]

Culver City Centennial Committee Set for Grand Finale

Culver City Centennial Committee Set for Grand Finale

On Sept 20, 1917, Harry Hazel Culver’s dream city became a reality in the incorporated City of Culver City, consisting of a smattering of buildings, a train and a road or two in the flatlands between Los Angeles and Venice. Culver knew the new city needed businesses to attract customers and employ citizens, so he ballyhooed that “All roads lead to Culver City” for marathons, free bus rides [...]

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