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Voting Yes on Measure Y – Scott Zeidman

Voting Yes on Measure Y – Scott Zeidman

Realizing the import of Measure Y, over 225 concerned residents came to Vet’s Park for the Yes on Measure Y Walk this past Saturday. Mayor Andy Weissman got things started with an inspirational talk and Vice Mayor Jeff Cooper explained the importance of Measure Y, “Measure Y is the half-cent city sales tax on the ballet in November. If it passes, Measure Y will help maintain essential Culver [...]

Get Your Green On – Apply Now for ESC

Get Your Green On – Apply Now for ESC

You want your children to have a beautiful planet ? Step right up and share your smarts! Environmental Sustainability Committee - Application Period Open!The application period is now open to appoint members for a new two-year term to the Environment Sustainability Committee (ESC). Due to an ongoing interest by community members and parents, the Culver City Unified School District founded a [...]

Students Take on Saturday Politics

Students Take on Saturday Politics

Culver City High School students were an energetic part of the political process on Saturday, Oct. 13 during events supporting the city’s Measure Y and the state’s Proposition 30 for education funding. The day started at Veteran’s Park, where the high school’s baseball team was a sea of blue among city leaders and residents waving signs in support of Measure Y. If it passes, the measure [...]

Venice Japanese Community Center Builds on Strengths

Venice Japanese Community Center Builds on Strengths

How can you add more beauty to an already beautiful community ? Get more smart green space to build community. Cuningham Group Architecture is the designer for new additions to The Venice Japanese Community Center (VJCC), at 12448 Braddock Drive, Los Angeles, 90066. The Venice Japanese Community Center has served its community for more than 75 years, providing a gathering place and offering a [...]

Expo Construction to Continue Through November

Expo Construction to Continue Through November

The Exposition Light Rail Project's construction will be continuing work for the relocation of an existing sanitary sewer line in Los Angeles through Sunday, November 11. Traffic advisories as listed below - Traffic will be impacted on Venice Boulevard between Durango Avenue and Ivy Street. Westbound traffic on Venice Boulevard will be reduced to one lane between Curtis Avenue and Culver [...]

New Cultural Affairs Commissioner – John B. Williams

New Cultural Affairs Commissioner – John B. Williams

How did Culver City get lucky enough to add on another Cultural Affairs Commissioner when the commission season was already over ? The resignation of Marilyn Musicant left a space open for John B. Williams, who graciously excepted the title. "Whatever I can bring to elevate the level of the  arts in Culver City, I am happy to bring it." Williams admitted to having a grandson in 7th grade at [...]

Crime Blotter – Checking on a Bad Check

Crime Blotter – Checking on a Bad Check

Crime Blotter for October 3rd through October 8, 2012 Forgery: On October 4, 2012 at 9:00 pm, a victim came to the police department to report that he was the victim of a fraudulent check. The victim said he received a call from his bank in regards to a check he wrote had been forced to another party. The victim said he did not give permission to anyone to have access to his account. Stolen [...]

Funeral Services for Dymally @ Holy Cross Oct. 17

Funeral Services for Dymally @ Holy Cross Oct. 17

Funeral services will be held next week for Mervyn Dymally, a former California lieutenant governor, congressman and Assembly member. Dymally died Sunday in Los Angeles at age 86. A viewing will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Oct. 17 at Holy Cross Mortuary, 5835 W. Slauson Ave., in Culver City, according to spokeswoman Jasmyne Cannick. The funeral service will be held at 12:30 p.m. Dymally, [...]

Rally for Prop 38 – Take it Online and Spread the Word

Rally for Prop 38 – Take it Online and Spread the Word

The rally to support Prop 38 began at Vets Park on Monday, Oct. 8 with school board member Laura Chardiet quoting civil rights activist Fanny Lou Hammer, “I’m sick and tired of being sick and tired." Chardiet talked about Prop 38 raising money to "plug the holes that are created in our school systems by the cuts from Sacramento." Prop 38 is on the ballot as a vote to "Increase taxes on [...]

LWV is Here to Help Beat the Ballot Blues

LWV is Here to Help Beat the Ballot Blues

By now, you must have received the Secretary of State’s Voter Information Guide for the November 6 Presidential Election: 144 dense pages devoted mostly to the eleven statewide propositions that will be on your ballot. The League of Women Voters is committed to helping citizens make informed decisions on ballot measures, and to that end LWV’s Culver City Unit is devoting our October 16 [...]

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