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Voting by Mail? Ballots Available Until May 27

Voting by Mail?  Ballots Available Until May 27

The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) Dean C. Logan reminds L.A. County voters to request a Vote by Mail ballot by Tuesday, May 27 for the June 3, 2014 Statewide Direct Primary Election. The application period for Vote by Mail ballots begins today, which is also the first day of early voting. In addition, the RR/CC began mailing approximately 1.4 million Vote by Mail [...]

Yes on Measure CC Signs Spring Up Throughout the City

Yes on Measure CC Signs Spring Up Throughout the City

Like wildflowers blooming in spring, Yes on Measure CC signs sprouted up throughout Culver City over the weekend. From Blair Hills to Carlson Park and from West Culver City to Veterans Park, signs supporting the bond issue that will help repair a wide array of facilities across all of Culver City Unified School District’s 10 school sites appeared on lawns and store windows. Supporters are [...]

“Oliver” Halfway Home – Marcasel and Washington

“Oliver” Halfway Home – Marcasel and Washington

Construction's now half-finished on Culver City's mixed-use Oliver apartment complex at Marcasel and Washington, according to Curbed, and it's an area that has yet to be gentrified like other sections of the city. Reports Building LA: the four-story Oliver will have 30 residential units and 8,700 square feet of ground-floor retail space; as for aesthetics, there will be large groundfloor windows [...]

El Rincon Wins PTA Honor for Outstanding Red Ribbon Week 2013

El Rincon Wins PTA Honor for Outstanding Red Ribbon Week 2013

El Rincon PTA has been recognized by the Thirty-Third District of the California State PTA for it's outstanding Autumn 2013 Red Ribbon Week program and events. El Rincon's Red Ribbon Week, a joint project of the school's PTA and booster club, was co-chaired by Carol Zee and Summer McBride. It was a weeklong celebration of their school's drug-free and bully-free community, featuring good [...]

CC’s Mitch Glickman Salutes SJO Co-Founder George Duke @ LACMA Jazz

CC’s Mitch Glickman Salutes SJO Co-Founder George Duke @ LACMA  Jazz

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) opened its 23rd season of Jazz@LACMA with Pete Escovedo leading a musical tribute to George Duke who passed earlier in the year. LACMA Director Mitch Glickman commenced the evening with his salute to George Duke who started the Symphonic Jazz Orchestra with him in 2001. Their program focus is on kids in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades introducing them to Jazz [...]

La Ballona Wins California Distingushed School Award (Lions Roar!)

La Ballona Wins California Distingushed School Award (Lions Roar!)

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson has announced that La Ballona Elementary School is one of 424 exemplary California public elementary schools selected as a 2014 California Distinguished School. “This is a prestigious honor that recognizes the hard work and dedication of Principal Jennifer Slabbinck, her talented team and all the students and parents at La Ballona,” [...]

Two More Attempts at Child Abduction

Two More Attempts at Child Abduction

Last night the CCPD received a phone call from an unknown female Culver City High School student. She reported that, as she was walking home from CCHS on Sepulveda Blvd., when a male Hispanic pulled his vehicle to the curb near her and then exited. Startled, the female ran away. She described the vehicle as a green SUV, but refused to give any of her identifying information. Later, a sixteen [...]

CCPD Saves Hot Dogs in Stolen Car

CCPD Saves Hot Dogs in Stolen Car

On April 27, 2014 at approximately 5:45p.m., Officers responded to a radio call at Washington Blvd. and Glencoe Ave. in regards to a stolen vehicle investigation. The victim stated that she parked her vehicle in the 13300 Block of Washington Blvd. at approximately 4:30p.m. At approximately 5:30p.m., she returned and reported that her vehicle was gone. The victim had three dogs in the vehicle: a [...]

Council PTA Gives Honorary Service Awards With a Touch of Disney Drollery

Council PTA Gives Honorary Service Awards With a Touch of Disney Drollery

As the members of the Culver City Council PTA filled the stage at the Senior Center on Sunday April 27, the colorful costumes began to look familiar. The folk dresses of Mexico and Japan, the collection of mouse ears on hats - as soon as the music began, it was clear that the audience was in for a ride. "It's a Small Town After All, It's A Small Town After All...If you drink too much booze, [...]

Meghan Sahli – Wells Looks Forward to Mayoral Term

Meghan Sahli – Wells Looks Forward to Mayoral Term

"Of course, it's more than a bit ironic, since I got into politics because I was unhappy with how a particular development was being handled. Now I'm going to be mayor while we get these big development deals up and running; the market hall, Parcel B...the city is going to be changed by all this." While it isn't journalistically proper, every once in a great while it's okay to visit the land [...]

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