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Just a Thought – The Economics of Politics

Just a Thought – The Economics of Politics

 While the actress Sophie Tucker has faded into obscurity, one of her quotes surfaces fairly often; “I’ve been rich and I’ve been poor. Rich is better.” The difficult fact of the matter is that you cannot serve in elected office in Culver City if you are not self-employed and/or independently wealthy. There are a few exceptions, but you’d better have the work ethic of a New England [...]

Dear Editor – Working Together with Weissman

Dear Editor – Working Together with Weissman

Dear Editor, If our city and our school district are going to continue to weather these difficult financial times, it is important that we all work together. It’s important then that you join me in voting for Andy Weissman on April 10th. Andy Weissman has my complete trust and confidence. He is a thoughtful and intelligent member of the City Council, willing to listen and eager to help. [...]

Perspective on Precinct Walking – Jim Clarke

Perspective on Precinct Walking – Jim Clarke

I started walking precincts almost immediately after turning in my papers to the City Clerk to run for a seat on the Culver City City Council. I realized that the best way to find out the issues and concerns of the citizens was by knocking on their doors and asking them. What I discovered is that we love Culver City, but there are concerns. One issue involves parking in the downtown area. The [...]

Tilden Terrace – Long List for Housing Lottery

Tilden Terrace – Long List for Housing Lottery

It was a long time coming for Culver City, but Monday March 26 saw the ground breaking for Tilden Terrace. As noted by Mayor Mehaul O'Leary, "our first affordable housing project for families in 50 years." With 33 residential units planned to be available for families in the new development on West Washington, the need far outstrips the resource. A waiting list has more than ten thousand [...]

Dear Editor – Malsin Has Earned It

Dear Editor – Malsin Has Earned It

Dear Editor, We encourage all Culver City residents to support Scott Malsin in his bid for City Council in our April 10th election. Malsin takes a studied, carefully-considered approach to good government— both the large-scale City issues affecting all of us and the concerns of individuals. He has the knowledge as well as practical experience to guide our City through the difficult [...]

Expo Construction to Shift Traffic on Apr. 4

Expo Construction to Shift Traffic on Apr. 4

The Exposition Light Rail Project's latest construction regarding a temporary traffic signal shut down at Washington Boulevard and National Boulevard for traffic signal improvements will take place on Wednesday, April 4 from 9 am to 2 pm at Washington and National Blvds. Traffic at the intersection of Washington and National will experience longer than normal delays. During the signal shut [...]

Mehaul Hosts Mayor’s Luncheon – Jozelle Smith

Mehaul Hosts Mayor’s Luncheon – Jozelle Smith

Popular Culver City Mayor Mehaul O’Leary indeed sang “The Star Spangled Banner” at Thursday’s 32nd Annual Mayor’s Luncheon – and the inspired crowd of 300 enthusiastically joined in, nearly drowning the Mayor out. With renovations taking place at the usual Veterans’ Memorial Building meeting site, this year’s sold-out event was held at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Culver [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Earth usually has more than one natural moon, according to a team of astronomers from the University of Helsinki, the Paris Observatory and the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Our 2,000-mile-diameter Moon, so beloved by poets, artists and romantics, has been orbiting Earth for over 4 billion years. Its much smaller cousins, dubbed “minimoons,” are thought to be only a few feet across and to [...]

FDA to Rule on BPA in Consumer Goods – Click for MomsRising.Org

FDA to Rule on BPA in Consumer Goods – Click for MomsRising.Org

On March 31st, the FDA will issue a final decision on whether or not BPA should be banned from consumer goods. It's highly toxic, families are being exposed to it left and right, and, now we have a chance to help get rid of it! In just two days the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is going to issue a final decision on whether or not BPA should be banned from consumer goods. This is the big [...]

Dear Editor – Malsin Dedication

Dear Editor – Malsin Dedication

There are several qualified candidates running for the four open positions on the City Council for Culver City this April 10th, but one candidate stands out as being the most qualified. That candidate is Scott Malsin. As Culver City business owners for over 24 years and Culver City residents for over 17 years, we wholeheartedly support Scott Malsin for City Council. Scott was always one of the [...]

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