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Opinions

Dear Editor – Enthusiasm for Eriksson

Dear Editor – Enthusiasm for Eriksson

I am supporting Göran Eriksson for City Council. While I appreciate his positions on issues that are important to Culver City, such as environmental issues, business attraction and retention, public safety and all the other aspects that make Culver City such a great city to live in, I am supporting him for more basic, personal reasons. I admire his diligence, his work ethic, his intelligence and [...]

Dear Editor – Tiggs Fan Waxes Poetic

Dear Editor – Tiggs Fan Waxes Poetic

Dear Editor: I first met Marcus Tiggs at the Forum in Tellefson Park giving all the candidates for City Council a chance to air their views. I was impressed by his intelligence, his record of service to Culver City, his outstanding military record and his balanced viewpoint. I believe that Marcus Tiggs should be one of our new City Council members. Here are more reasons why: His financial [...]

Dear Editor – Small Gets Large Support for Council

Dear Editor – Small Gets Large Support for Council

As a Culver City resident long active in the environmental, cultural and other arenas, I enthusiastically endorse Thomas Aujero Small for City Council. To focus on the environment, I am particularly impressed with his strong experience, skills, interests and endorsements. Ironically Culver City's success in becoming an increasingly diverse, creative, and attractive community has brought with [...]

Dear Editor – Voting by Mail? Check Wyant

Dear Editor – Voting by Mail? Check Wyant

If you are a Permanent Absentee Voter you have already received your ballot this week for the April 12, 2016 Culver City municipal election. Whether you are voting by mail or you are voting on Election Day, I urge you to join with me, and my fellow Council members Jeff Cooper, and Jim Clarke, in voting for Scott Wyant. Scott has been a friend and ally of mine for many years. I know his [...]

Dear Editor – Red Light Tickets and Rolling Right Stops

Dear Editor  – Red Light Tickets and Rolling Right Stops

For California Motorists Concerned about Red Light Camera Tickets: This is my first Legislative Alert since June 2015. I hope you will read this and contact your State representatives in Sacramento today or Monday. This is the time of year when new legislation is introduced in Sacramento - and there is a brand new bill that needs your support. It is SB 681, and if passed it will reduce [...]

Dear Editor – City at Risk from Fracking

Dear Editor – City at Risk from Fracking

Dear Editor, The Baldwin Hills/Inglewood Oil Field operators have been pressuring City officials to put 100 new wells in Culver City. Some of these may be injection/disposal wells (aka the ones that trigger earthquakes). The City is working on an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) to assess risks associated with giving the operators permits to set up operations within our City. If you are [...]

Dear Editor – Enthusiasm for Kent

Dear Editor – Enthusiasm for Kent

Dear Editor: I’m writing to share my enthusiastic support for Kelly Kent for Culver City School Board. We are fortunate to have a candidate that has showed the love and commitment to the education of Lin Howe students and our community. I am both a parent and a Spanish teacher at Lin Howe; I’m part of the Spanish enrichment program that Kelly co-founded with Joanna Brody and other [...]

Dear Editor – Investing Our Bond Money

Dear Editor – Investing Our Bond Money

Our schools are in a serious state of disrepair, causing safety & health problems for students and staff. Our community responded by passing a $106 million school facilities bond last year. This is a large investment by every homeowner & business in Culver City. Nothing impacts your property values more than the quality of our schools. We have one chance to spend this bond money wisely. [...]

Dear Editor – Learning and Earning

Dear Editor – Learning and Earning

Dear Editor: I have always said that anyone that runs for office should be commended. However, some people simply need to be better informed and involved before they do so. Kelly Kent is in that category. In Culver City, you have to earn things. Culver City School Board Candidate Kelly Kent has not earned a place as an elected official. Kelly is attempting to gain office through [...]

Dear Editor – #NoFlyDay Rally

Dear Editor – #NoFlyDay Rally

Out of the 19 million people in Southern California, over 8.6 million will experience an increase in aircraft noise from the rollout of the FAA’s NextGen proposal. This past Saturday 150 Culver City residents and activists gathered for a #NoFlyDay rally in front of Culver City Hall. We were there to talk about Culver City noise and protest the FAA's NextGen program. Touted as a program to [...]

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