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Dear Editor – Leash Laws

Dear Editor – Leash Laws

My name is Mary Fujitomo and I have been a resident of Culver City for over forty years. Would it be possible to remind the citizens of Culver City as well as those visitors to our fair city that we have dog leash laws? If the dog or puppy is outside it needs to be on a leash. Respectfully yours, Mary Fujitomo

Dear Editor – Long Time Voter Sees Apathy Unsettling

Dear Editor – Long Time Voter Sees Apathy Unsettling

As a long time voter here in Culver City and a Culver City business owner, I do my best to pay attention to each election and to understand the unique issues each presents. In this City Council election, I have heard some citizens express their lack of concern for the topics being presented. Some voters feel that the issues are unanimously agreed upon, the incumbents need no changing, and that [...]

Dear Editor – Vote!

Dear Editor – Vote!

Today is our chance to make a difference in Culver City. I encourage everyone to go out and vote and elect the leaders they feel will best represent our amazing City. It has been a long campaign but I enjoyed every minute. From walking precincts and knocking on literally thousands of doors to planting our teams signs on supporting lawns to speaking about my ideas at every single forum. It was [...]

Dear Editor – Voter Turnout

Dear Editor – Voter Turnout

Dear Editor, Hopefully the turn out for Tuesday's election in Culver City will better represent our community. Generations of men and women, like those who serve our country today, have given their best to provide us with the right to vote. Honor their service and take part in the process. Mayor Jeff Cooper and Councilmember Jim Clarke have served our community during what can be considered [...]

Dear Editor – Support for King

Dear Editor – Support for King

I support Christopher King for City Council. As a 45 year resident, voter, and retired CCUSD employee, I take our City elections seriously. Over the years, our City Council members have made tremendous strides in improving our community and making Culver City a terrific place to live. That being said, there’s always room for improvement. Chris King is the man with the vision and drive to do [...]

Dear Editor – King Walks the Talk

Dear Editor – King Walks the Talk

As a recent transplant to the Los Angeles area, I was welcomed to Culver City with open arms by Christopher Patrick King. In my two years here, I’ve had the opportunity to witness Christopher Patrick King’s leadership in a number of organizations. His involvement as President of the Culver City Rotary club (as well as a marathon coach for Beit T’Shuvah (just to name a couple), displays his [...]

Dear Editor – Fracking Moratorium an Issue in Council Race

Dear Editor – Fracking Moratorium an Issue in Council Race

Did you know that PXP has now done over 150 frack jobs using a variety of differently named processes in the nearby oil field? Are you concerned about the escalating magnitude and intensity of the earthquakes we are experiencing? Wonder if these are fracking related? You or neighbors complain of heavy noxious odors in the early hours when there is a marine layer? Concerned? Want answers? Four [...]

Dear Editor – Re-Elect Cooper

Dear Editor – Re-Elect Cooper

I am writing to express my strong support for Mayor Jeff Cooper's re-election to the City Council. I have known Mayor Cooper since 2001 and he is a caring, deeply committed, and involved person, dedicated to making Culver City the best that it can be. Jeff is hard-working and accessible, taking a personal interest in people's problems and concerns. He is also ready to make tough decisions which [...]

Dear Editor – CPK Gets Youth Vote

Dear Editor – CPK Gets Youth Vote

Above all other candidates, I chose to volunteer for Chris King’s campaign because I believe King has a strong desire to get the youth involved in Culver City’s government. Electing Mr. King to Culver City Council would allow him to assemble the school board and council collectively and encourage them to finally collaborate on issues. As is, the two entities rarely work together on issues [...]

Dear Editor – Clarke’s Valuable Experience

Dear Editor – Clarke’s Valuable Experience

Two years ago, when Jim first threw his hat into the ring to fulfill an unexpired term, he had an amazing political resume. He graduated from the US Coast Guard Academy rising from Ensign to Commander through active and reserve duty. His Master’s Degree in Public Administration rounded his leadership role. He worked at an important Director level for Mayor Villaraigosa’s Office of Grants, [...]

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