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Yes on Y Meeting – Oct. 2

Yes on Y Meeting – Oct. 2

Need more information to support the local sales tax on the ballot ? Sign on for the  “Yes on Measure Y” Seminar Oct. 2 Beginning at 7:00 PM at the King Fahad Mosque Youth Center 10980 Washington Boulevard, Culver City. The Tellefson Park Community is sponsoring a “Yes on Measure Y” seminar. Measure Y is a proposal to add 0.5% to Culver City’s sales tax. Measure Y will appear on [...]

Linwood Howe Will Celebrate “Walk to School Day” Oct. 3

Linwood Howe Will Celebrate “Walk to School Day” Oct. 3

A number of students from Linwood E Howe will be walking to school on Wednesday October 3rd 2012 along with parents, teachers and community leaders. The event will begin at 8am with kids, parents and community leaders walking from City Hall to Linwood E Howe Elementary. Walkers will arrive at the school at 8.30am. In 2011, International Walk to School Day was celebrated at more than 4,000 [...]

Comcast Checks Off California – Scott Lay

Comcast Checks Off California – Scott Lay

Comcast just announced that they are closing three call centers in California, sending 1,000 jobs to Oregon, Washington and Colorado. The company claims it is because of California's "high cost of doing business." Now, I've watched Comcast lobby in the Capitol for years for all sorts of preferential treatment for cable operators. The company spent $690,000 on lobbying last year. We watched as [...]

Doc on Kentwood Players to Air on KCET

Doc on Kentwood Players to Air on KCET

Kentwood Players was founded by the late Arky and Jan Marcom, Elizabeth Thornberg and Betty Francis in December 1949, and performs out of the Westchester Playhouse, located at 8301 Hindry Avenue, LA 90045. In 2009-2010, the group celebrated its 60th anniversary season during which the musical, "Li'l Abner” was presented from March 12 to April 17, 2010. The production was directed and [...]

Walk ‘n Rollers Plans ‘Carmageddon II’ Ride

Walk ‘n Rollers Plans ‘Carmageddon II’ Ride

 With support from Metro, Walk ‘n Rollers is organizing “Bike Carmegeddon“ group rides, throughout the Westside September 29 while the 405 freeway is closed for bridge repair. During the closure, in what is being billed as Carmegeddon II, Walk ‘n Rollers is seizing the opportunity to promote the many advantages of transportation by bicycle as fun, efficient, and healthy. “We want to [...]

Click and Get the Gov. to Sign – Environmental Justice Needs You!

Click and Get the Gov. to Sign – Environmental Justice Needs You!

It's true everywhere you look in California: low-income and minority communities are disadvantaged by poor air quality, water shortages, and inadequate health care – and climate change worsens the impact of pollution in these communities. The California League of Conservation Voters has a simple step you can take to help. When we passed the Global Warming Solutions Act (AB 32) in 2006, the [...]

United Parents Offer Podcast

United Parents Offer Podcast

The United Parents of Culver City are please to offer the nation's first Parent Union podcast. The first United Parents Podcast is now ready for download through itunes (to subscribe search "United Parents") click right here at unitedparentsculvercity.com/podcast/ The United Parents Podcast looks at current education issues around the country and Culver City Unified School District in Los [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

POWERFUL NEW CAMERA TO GATHER ANCIENT STARLIGHT – Eight billion years ago, rays of light from distant galaxies began their long journey to Earth. That ancient starlight has now found its way to a mountaintop in Chile, where the newly constructed Dark Energy Camera, the most powerful sky-mapping machine ever created, has captured and recorded it for the first time. That light may hold within [...]

Dead Bird Tests Positive for West Nile Virus

Dead Bird Tests Positive for West Nile Virus

One new dead bird collected in the City of Culver City (zip code 90230) has tested positive for est Nile Virus (WNV). What does it mean? The West Nile virus (WNV) has been particularly active throughout the United States and now, because of persistent hot weather and high humidity, Los Angeles County has also shown a significant rise recently in positive indicators (dead birds, sentinel [...]

Park and Ride Gives Lots to Metro

Park and Ride Gives Lots to Metro

SB 415, legislation that allows the California Transportation Commission to relinquish park-and ride lots associated with a state highway to a county transportation commission or regional transportation agency was signed by Governor Brown on Monday. Sept. 17. “This bill simplifies the procedure that allows Caltrans to relinquish these lots to Metro and gives Los Angeles officials the [...]

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