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Looking Forward by Ted Bellamy

Looking Forward by Ted Bellamy

A bit of an introduction- Like the character created by his more famous relative Edward Bellamy, Ted lay down to take a nap, and woke up in a very different world. In Ted’s case, he went to sleep in a quiet suburban hamlet in 1961, and awakened, 39 years later, in a bustling hub of one of the largest urban centers in the world. Unlike Edward’s character, Ted didn’t wake up in Utopia, [...]

Meghan Sahli-Wells    Audio Interview

Meghan Sahli-Wells Audio Interview

City council candidate Meghan Sahli-Wells sat down with Culver City Crossroads at the Grand Casino on Main Street last week, and spoke about her run for office and what Culver City means to her. After growing up here and then living abroad for many years, she made the decision to return home to raise her children in Culver City.  Click on the links below to listen. Meghan Sahli-Wells part [...]

Culver City Police News – February Blotter

Culver City Police News – February Blotter

Looking back at the month of Febrarury, the Culver city Police Department had some noteworthy arrests; On 2/2/10, Officers Al Casillas and Roy Lopez responded to the area of Washington Place and Huron Avenue in response to a suspicious person call.  The subject left the area before the officers arrived, but was found a short time laterhiding behind a vehicle.  Due to the officer’s thorough [...]

Dear Editor – Voices of the Election

Dear Editor – Voices of the Election

I supported Scott Malsin for City Council in 2006. Not only has he lived up to my expectations - he continues to impress me with his dedication and his tireless efforts to move Culver City forward. Four years ago, there were three qualities that were most important in my decision to support Scott: experience, intelligence and vision. Scott was experienced in the workings of local city [...]

Keller Williams Theory of Real Estate by Natalie Bergman

Keller Williams Theory of Real Estate by Natalie Bergman

So who or what is Keller Williams? A few years ago, Keller Williams Realty had no real visibility of reputation in the California marketplace. In fact, just three years ago when I joined KW, many of my friends and colleagues would ask why I choose KW instead of one of the “prestige” real estate companies. Today - as everyone who owns a home or wants to buy home locally knows - there has [...]

New Animal Services Officer Hired

New Animal Services Officer Hired

Corolla Fleeger has been hired as the new Animal Service Officer for the City of Culver City and will begin her new duties on March 2. Corolla has her Bachelor's Degree in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Studies from USC. Some of Corolla’s experience includes volunteering for animal rescue and trapping in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. She comes to Culver City from Orange [...]

School Board Heroically Rejects Cuts

School Board Heroically Rejects Cuts

The Culver City School Board met on Tuesday Feb. 23 at 7 p.m., and the room at Linwood E. Howe was filled with anxious faces. The planned cuts had been announced on the previous Friday evening, and those whose heads seemed to be on the chopping block were there to try and make a case for the importance of their positions. Along with the district employees were union representatives, friends and [...]

Living with Nature: What Steps Can We Take?

Living with Nature: What Steps Can We Take?

Conservationist Tom Moritz will talk about how human beings can live with nature on Wednesday, March 3, 10 to 11 a.m., at the Culver-Palms Family YMCA. Tom will focus on what steps the average citizen can take to help human beings co-exist with wildlife and nature. How can we preserve the natural treasures of our planet? Tom Moritz has spent a lifetime working for the conservation of species, [...]

Just a Thought- Sustaining the Moment

Just a Thought- Sustaining the Moment

In the moment I stop to consider it, the moment is already gone, and I have to laugh. George Carlin once noted “There is no present; there is only the immediate future and the recent past.” Trying to define any recent moment has been like trying to hold a handful of rain. I love the rain, but the flash photography of the lightning has only shown that everything is in flux, and the thunder and [...]

Three More Endorsments for Sahli-Wells

Three More Endorsments for Sahli-Wells

Culver City Council candidate Meghan Sahli-Wells added three major supporters last week: U.S. Congresswoman Diane Watson, (see post in News) the Culver City Employees' Association, and the National Women's Political Caucus L.A. Westside. “I am greatly honored to receive Congresswoman Diane Watson's endorsement,” said Sahli-Wells. “From the California State Senate to the U.S. Congress, [...]

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