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Culver City Education Foundation Survey – Click Here

Culver City Education Foundation Survey – Click Here

Last fall, the Culver City Education Foundation launched the most ambitious fundraising campaign ever undertaken at CCUSD. As CCEF begins to plan for the second year of this campaign, CCEF would like to hear your thoughts on the success of the campaign and your ideas for the future. CCEF is asking parents, teachers, administrators, classified employees and community supporters to take a few [...]

Crime Blotter – Feet on the Street

Crime Blotter – Feet on the Street

Crime Blotter for June 5th through June 11th. Attempt Commercial Burglary: On June 5, 2012 at 3:35 pm, officers responded to the 3900 block of Sawtelle Boulevard regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; she said her husband responded to the location to retrieve his car at 7:30 am which was parked in the rear lot. As he arrived he saw that [...]

Little League Gets New Prez

Little League Gets New Prez

After a decade of leading the Culver City National Little League, and the Culver City Little League, George Aceves is stepping down as President. Last evening, community supporter Dave Marrujo was unanimously elected as President of the Culver City Little League. Marrujo, a voice actor, volunteers with the local AYSO as a coach and referee. Additionally throughout the school year, he also [...]

Citizens Call Out Loud and Clear for Fracking Ban

Citizens Call Out Loud and Clear for Fracking Ban

"Our community is seriously impacted by the oil field, and people are rightfully dissatisfied...We are ready to support a moratorium on fracking until we have regulations in place that will assure the health and safety of everyone affected." Mayor Andy Weissman spoke to a crowd of almost 500 people who had filled the Mike Balkman Chambers for a state-sponsored meeting to gather information on [...]

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

Regrets? I’ve Had One Lately --- Sorry for the delay in new blogs lately-my computer crashed. Yes, I’ve become one of the many unfortunately souls who lose their technical device. I’m hoping the Geek Squad is going to let me know that yes, they have saved my photos, but alas no such call has come yet. When I was first told my computer hard drive was crashing, I kind of couldn’t believe [...]

Gun (No Ammo) at CCMS – Students Silent

Gun (No Ammo) at CCMS – Students Silent

If you were one of the many parents who received an auto-call from the school district last night, you know some of the story; Culver City Crossroads has details. On Monday, a 7th grade student brought an unloaded handgun to Culver City Middle School to threaten another student. When the gun-carrying boy got his intended victim into the bathroom with a group of other boys, he showed the gun and [...]

Big Fracking Protest at Culver City DOGGR Meeting

Big Fracking Protest at Culver City DOGGR Meeting

With the official meeting not scheduled to begin until 7 pm, the protestors in front of the Culver City City Hall were waving signs and chanting against fracking. Heavy media presence made this this hot spot for the evening news, with KNBC, KTLA , KCBS and KNX newsradio all shooting and interviewing the dozens of protestors. People came from as far as the from the Valley and the South Bay to [...]

Dear Editor – Vital Meeting on Fracking

Dear Editor – Vital Meeting on Fracking

Dear Friends, I would encourage any of you who can attend this meeting tonight (Tuesday, June 12th) to stop by Culver City Hall. Anticipating a large audience, the City has made arrangements for plenty of overflow seating outside the Council Chambers in the courtyard with sound speakers. If you are not able to attend but have cable TV, please consider watching the workshop on Time Warner [...]

Didi Hirsch Marks 70 Years of Mental Health

Didi Hirsch Marks 70 Years of Mental Health

It might be easy to think that things have never been so bad, with the economic challenges and environmental crises all around us, but 70 years ago, people felt the same way. With the Great Depression and world war in the headlines, Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health was founded to help people cope with the challenges. An official commendation from Culver City Council started off the meeting on [...]

Culver Chamber Wins President’s Circle Award

Culver Chamber Wins President’s Circle Award

The California Chamber of Commerce has recognized 23 local chambers of commerce with the President's Circle award. The award, first presented in 2009, recognizes chambers for excellence in business advocacy and helping their members comply with California employment laws. Culver City Chamber of Commerce one of only 10 Chambers to be honored all four years has been involved to advocating for [...]

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