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Sue Robins “Final Stretch ” Fundraiser Nov. 2

Sue Robins “Final Stretch ” Fundraiser Nov. 2

On November 2nd, just a few days before the upcoming School Board election, the Committee to Elect Sue Robins to the CCUSD School Board has made final plans for a campaign fund raiser at the home of Paula and Tom Wilson, who are known throughout Culver City for their annual fund raising contributions for the Culver City Education Foundation. The event is planned from 5:00-8:00 PM, with cocktails [...]

Third Fire in Baldwin Hills Oil Field Put Down

Third Fire in Baldwin Hills Oil Field Put Down

Firefighters from Culver City, Los Angeles city and county responded to a quarter-acre brush fire that broke out Oct. 21 in the Baldwin Hills/Culver City area, but the flames were quickly extinguished. According to City News Service, there were no injuries or damage. The vegetation fire broke out near the oil fields behind Bill Botts Field, near the intersection of Stocker Street and Fairfax [...]

Help Steve Levin Reach for the Stars – Oct. 26

Help Steve Levin Reach for the Stars – Oct. 26

Running for office can get very expensive, and while the campaign continues, the call is out for a few final fundraisers to help with the bottom line. Steve Levin's  "Reach for the Stars!" opens the doors for old and new friends to come together for fun and financial support. Join Steve, Lisa and his supporters for an evening of entertainment, great food and beverages. There will be an [...]

Food Forward and CC Farmers Market Partner to Feed the Hungry and Reduce Waste

Food Forward and CC Farmers Market Partner to Feed the Hungry and Reduce Waste

Did you know that Americans throw away $165 billion worth of food a year! We collectively throw away almost 1/3 of the food we grow today, much of it being the fresh, nutritious fruits and vegetables that are so scarce at our local food pantries. This October 15th, Food Forward ran its first successful food collection at our very own Culver City Farmers Market. A crew of volunteers gleaned [...]

Suspected Rapist Arrested by CCPD

Suspected Rapist Arrested by CCPD

Police were searching for a teen who sexually assaulted a woman on a sidewalk near a Metro Rail train station. The assault occurred on Oct. 9 near National Boulevard and Eastham Drive in Culver City. On October 17, 2013 at 7:00 pm, Culver City Detectives received information regarding the identity of the sexual assault suspect whose photograph was released to the public. Based upon the [...]

NWPC to Host Paspalis Meet and Greet on Oct. 20

NWPC to Host Paspalis Meet and Greet on Oct. 20

Meet School Board President Kathy Paspalis on Sunday October 20th from 4-5:30pm.  Talk to Kathy about what is important to you and to our schools. Co Hosted by the National Women's Political Caucus and Maggie and Colin Walsh. Kathy is a trusted leader with a passion for education. She is a mom and community activist who has served on the CCUSD Board of Education since 2009. Kathy is prepared and [...]

CCUSD Facility Meetings On For Oct. 22 and 25

CCUSD Facility Meetings On For Oct. 22 and 25

Individual Board of Education members have joined District staff and community leaders in holding regular meetings to address a variety of topics related to the District's master facility planning process. Three themes have developed for meetings: Education and Engagement; Developing a Master Facility Plan; and Facts, Finances & Timelines. The purpose of these meetings is to ensure our [...]

What’s Shut, and How it is Affecting Our Health

What’s Shut, and How it is Affecting Our Health

The Federal shutdown in combination with ongoing sequestration cuts has harmed the long-term funding and sustainability of many programs and agencies, according to the Community Health Council; Fortunately, the implementation of the Affordable Care Act has continued thanks to the Health Insurance Reform Implementation Fund that set aside $1 million for CMS, HHS, and the IRS as well as $454 [...]

Brush Fire at Oil Field Extinguished

Brush Fire at Oil Field Extinguished

A small brush fire burning atop a hill in Culver City Monday afternoon was extinguished within an hour, authorities said. The fire was reported shortly before noon in the 5600 block of Fairfax Avenue, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department. The blaze broke out near dozens of homes, but there were wide clearances between those homes and the area that is burning, according to [...]

Ground Breaking for Access Culver City

Ground Breaking for Access Culver City

The project formerly known as Legado Crossing is scheduled to break ground on Tuesday, Oct. 15 ( that's today) becoming one of the first transit-oriented projects to be built along the Expo Line, according to LA Curbed. Now called Access Culver City and developed by South Carolina's Greystar Real Estate, the mixed-user will have 115 luxury apartments and 31,240 square feet of retail. It'll have [...]

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