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News

New Median @ Washington and Inglewood

New Median @ Washington and Inglewood

The developer at 11957 Washington Bl. will construct a new raised 8 foot wide median island with landscape ground cover and King Palm Trees up-lit on Washington Bl., 150 feet east of Inglewood Ave., and 50 feet west of (west Atlantic Ave.), as required by the City.The # 1 lane of westbound Washington Bl. between (east Atlantic Ave). and Inglewood Bl. will be closed. Also, the # 1 lane of [...]

El Rincon Gets Garcia as New Principal

El Rincon Gets Garcia as New Principal

The Culver City Unified School District Board of Education has announced that it has selected Dr. Shannon Garcia to serve as Principal of El Rncon Elementary School. The Board voted unanimously to approve her Garcia’s hiring at its August 3 meeting. Since 2014, Garcia has been principal of Bobier Elementary School in the Vista Unified School District, where she has overseen a school that has [...]

Campaign Kick-Off for School Board – August 9

Campaign Kick-Off for School Board – August 9

Culver City School Board Candidates Scott McVarish and Anne Burke Host Kick-off Party for their Joint Campaign, Sunday, Aug 9 at 3-5 pm. Come meet the candidates after CicLAvia at Mike Cohen’s house: 4378 Jasmine Ave., Culver City, CA 90232 Scott McVarish is a Parent and Teacher Advocate, co-founder of the United Parents of Culver City, a long-time youth volleyball coach and a volunteer at [...]

West Basin Honors Hahn and Hall with Awards

West Basin Honors Hahn and Hall with Awards

During a special board meeting on Aug. 3, the West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) Board of Directors presented U.S. Rep. Janice Hahn and Sen. Isadore Hall III with its 2014 Legislator of the Year award. The Legislator of the Year award is presented annually to legislators who have helped the water industry and West Basin provide more reliable water supplies through legislation and [...]

CCUSD Backpacks Food Drive Wildly Successful – Thanks CC!

CCUSD Backpacks Food Drive Wildly Successful – Thanks CC!

Culver City showed it's heart and wonderful sense of community during the second CCUSD Food Pavilions Food Drive over the weekend of July 25-26, 2015. Staffed by enthusiastic students from elementary to high school, parents, and wonderful administrators Lelah Pealer and Tracy Pumilia it was a resounding success. The two-day drive saw food donations worth $6,040, cash, check donations of $820, and [...]

Expo Line Train Tests Successful in Santa Monica

Expo Line Train Tests Successful in Santa Monica

Train testing has been officially underway since July 16 on the Expo Line extension, sending trains casually traveling through the Westside for the first time in decades, but yesterday a really beautiful thing happened: a train glided through Santa Monica for the first time since 1953. The dream of taking a train to the beach (or really, really close—four blocks away) is now almost here and [...]

West Basin to Host “Drought Town Hall” Meeting

West Basin to Host “Drought Town Hall” Meeting

During this severe drought, the West Basin Municipal Water District Board of Directors will host a town hall meeting to discuss the drought and how local water agencies can assist residents in saving water. The meeting will be held on Aug. 15 at 9:30 a.m. at the Hollywood Park in Inglewood, Calif. Community members from West Basin’s service area are invited to learn about the latest drought [...]

State Budget Invests in Quality of Life

State Budget Invests in Quality of Life

The governor and legislature negotiated a $115.4 billion budget deal, which was signed June 24th, that makes important investments in programs that will improve the health and overall quality of life for some of California’s most vulnerable populations. Congratulations to our lawmakers for committing to the following in the 2015-16 fiscal year: • Expanding full-scope Medi-Cal to all [...]

Health Care Counseling Available @ Senior Center

Health Care Counseling Available @ Senior Center

There are now 2 HICAP Counselors at Culver City Senior Center who can provide free and unbiased counseling and assistance with Medicare and related health insurance. HICAP is the Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program of the non-profit Center for Health Care Rights in Los Angeles. HICAP is a program of Calif. Dept. of Aging, funded locally by the City of Los Angeles Dept. of Aging [...]

Heading West? Possible Traffic Due to Lane Closure

Heading West? Possible Traffic Due to Lane Closure

The #2 lane of westbound Washington Boulevard, between Atlantic Avenue and Inglewood Boulevard, will be closed for reconstruction. The lane will be reopened by August 4th. Hop over to Washington Place or just be patient.

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