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Mitchell Sworn In – Election Certified – Turnout Dismal

Mitchell Sworn In – Election Certified – Turnout Dismal

While there was never much doubt that Holly Mitchell would sweep to victory, most voters decided such a foregone conclusion wasn't worth showing up for. In front of a Senate chamber humming with friends, family members and a handful of fellow lawmakers, former Assemblywoman Holly J. Mitchell, D-Los Angeles, took the oath of office Thursday afternoon to represent the 26th Senate District, [...]

After The Field; Solar Panels, Elevators, and Robert Frost in Process

After The Field; Solar Panels, Elevators, and Robert Frost in Process

The latest from CCUSD on facilities updates is all good news. The Athletic Field Project is complete, including the track and field portion of the project. The bleachers have been used for high school games and youth sports as well. The restrooms, concessions, and ticket booths have been placed into service by the high school. District personnel are being trained on all of the new systems. The [...]

Dear Editor – Goldberg Supports Vizcarra

Dear Editor – Goldberg Supports Vizcarra

When we advocate for another person’s abilities, we usually offer support for our contentions. But, what makes my support of one or another candidate more insightful or valuable than someone else’s? Serving on the CCUSD School Board has proven to me that public office and its requirements are very difficult to ascertain prior to election. I am motivated to speak for the unique skills and [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

After almost 9 years in space that included an unprecedented July 4th impact and subsequent flyby of a comet, an additional comet flyby, and the return of approximately 500,000 images of celestial objects, NASA’s Deep Impact mission has ended. The project team at JPL has reluctantly pronounced the mission at an end after being unable to communicate with the spacecraft for over a month. The [...]

Parenting Post – Linda Marten

Parenting Post – Linda Marten

Change and transitions are a fact of life on planet earth. And whether we like it or not, we (and our kids) will go through many transitions or “seasons” of our lives. I like to think of the seasons as symbolic of what we go through on a personal level: Times of Fall ~ of letting go, of pruning away the old, of ripening and enjoying the harvest of our labors; Times of Winter ~ of dark, [...]

Transition Offers ‘Effective Groups’ Training

Transition Offers ‘Effective Groups’ Training

Effective Groups is a 2-day skills-building training for individuals and teams. It started with Transition Town Groups in mind but this course is really for anyone involved in social change efforts. Effective Groups is a dynamic and engaging training course which covers key skills for collaboration. It will help you: · Create systems for teams to work effectively together · Develop an [...]

City Announces Sewer Upgrades

City Announces Sewer Upgrades

Culver City announced on Tuesday Sept. 24 that work on the sewers will be ongoing until 2014. Affected residents will be given at least 48 hours of advance notice before work begins and should expect the following during the pipe installation process: Typical installation should be completed in a single day using robotic methods to restore active house connections from within the pipe. If [...]

Dear Editor – In Agreement…

Dear Editor – In Agreement…

Dear Editor, I’d like to start by saying that I agree with Crystal Alexander’s statement, “It doesn’t take a union endorsement or a degree in education to make an effective School Board Member. Being able to make good business decisions do.” I want to thank the 3 School Board Members who made a good business decision by voting back in July not to put the school bond on the November [...]

CCPD Scam Alert

CCPD Scam Alert

Culver City resident recently reported being contacted by an individual claiming to be an FBI agent, and then by someone claiming to be a Culver City Police Department investigator. This so called investigator informed the resident that they had won the lottery and that their winnings had been stolen by someone impersonating them. The “investigator” told the resident that they were going to [...]

Autumn and Feng Shui Prosperity – Janet Mitsui Brown

Autumn and Feng Shui Prosperity – Janet Mitsui Brown

Fall has always been a special time for me. When I was much younger, it was the time when the new school year started -- a few dress! new shoes! new school supplies!and new teachers – a nice clean slate. Fast forward, forward… my husband and I married, in the summer, but we had our reception in September, the commencement of the autumn solstice. Perfect weather – no wind, crisp air. The [...]

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