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Expo Construction to Continue … Settlement Reached on Expo Bikeway

Expo Construction to Continue … Settlement Reached on Expo Bikeway

Whether or not to put the bikeway in the trench for a portion of the path is still up for debate...but we now know the legal hurdles have been removed. According to Damien Newton of LA Streetsblog, more issues around transportation are getting cleared through the courts. Coming fresh on the heels of news that the California Supreme Court won’t halt construction while they consider an appeal [...]

Worth Her Weight in (Zumba) Gold – Sandra Coopersmith

Worth Her Weight in (Zumba) Gold – Sandra Coopersmith

Yvonne with "before" pictures showing her at her previous weight With Thanksgiving fast approaching, if you were to ask Yvonne Beraldi of Culver City how she’d rate her gratitude on a scale of one to ten, she could justifiably respond “200 plus” since that represents the pounds she’s lost from a high of 350 to today’s vibrant 142. So how does she plan to navigate the culinary [...]

Know Any Good SHEroes? Nominations Now Being Accepted

Know Any Good SHEroes? Nominations Now Being Accepted

Senator Curren Price is soliciting nominations of remarkable women who live or work in the 26th Senate District and/or upcoming 30th Senate District. A “SHero” is a woman who has demonstrated leadership, pride, volunteerism and commitment to her community in a remarkable manner. Ideal nominees are neighborhood activists, artists, and community and business leaders - women who make a [...]

Crime Blotter – Things Go Missing

Crime Blotter – Things Go Missing

Crime Blotter for November 6th through 12th. Residential Burglary: On November 7, 2012 at 10:05 pm, officers responded to the 5900 block of Wrightcrest Drive regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; he left his residence locked and secured at 6:50 pm, when he returned at 8:30 pm he discovered his residence had been ransacked and his [...]

CCEF Feasts Benefactors at Breakfast

CCEF Feasts Benefactors at Breakfast

The ever-popular downtown eatery Akasha was filled with supporters of the Culver City Education Foundation on the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 13 for the 16th Annual Benefactors Breakfast. People from all parts of the community came together to applaud the work of the CCEF in fundraising for the schools and giving another push to the "All for 1" campaign currently underway. CCEF gave $343,443 to our [...]

Boneyard Closed for Lighting Installation

Boneyard Closed for Lighting Installation

Plans for lighting to be installed at the Culver City Dog Park, ( known as the Boneyard) are to be completed on Nov. 13, resulting in a one-day closure of the park According to chair Vicki Daly Redholz, "the light fixtures and poles were donated by our neighbor who doesn't want recognition until the lights are on and working. They made it part of their construction project and are donating them [...]

Election Numbers Expand Black Caucus

Election Numbers Expand Black Caucus

District Atty Jackie Lacey African American election night victories in races for the California State Assembly resulted in a net gain of one and increased the California Legislative Black Caucus to nine members. The Caucus has never had more than nine members since its founding in 1967, and is particularly proud of the election of representatives in districts where African Americans are [...]

Crime Blotter – Locks Unlocked

Crime Blotter – Locks Unlocked

Crime Blotter for October 30th through November 5th. Commercial Burglary: On October 30, 2012 at 8:15 pm, a victim called the police department to report he was a victim of a burglary. The victim said he locked and secured his property in the 3800 block of Culver Center Street at 6:45 pm. When he returned at 8:10 pm he discovered his lock had been removed and his property missing. Stolen [...]

Dear Editor – Thanks for Voting Yes

Dear Editor – Thanks for Voting Yes

On behalf of the Yes on Measure Y Committee - Andy Weissman, Jeff Cooper, Micheal O'Leary, Meghan Sahli-Wells and me, we thank you for all your support for and efforts on behalf of the passage of Measure Y. As of this morning, the semi-official results show Yes on Measure Y received 76.56% of the votes. Measure Y will help us to close our structural deficit and allow us to continue to maintain [...]

Crossroads Endorsements – Vote Like You Mean It

Crossroads Endorsements – Vote Like You Mean It

I know you pretty well. I know your mind is made up on most to of these issues- particularly the ones closest to your heart and your wallet. But if you have any room for more cognitive thought- or if you are really among those still undecided after 18 months of constant media, here's your list. Not just the what, but the why - President ? I could vote Obama, but he's got the state of [...]

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