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World Book Night “Pre-ception” at Culver City Julian Dixon on April 20

World Book Night “Pre-ception” at Culver City Julian Dixon on April 20

Culver City Friends of the Library and the Culver City Julian Dixon Library will be participating as a giving site for World Book Night on Tuesday, April 23. On this date, 25,000 volunteers from Berkeley to Boston and Sitka to Sarasota will give away half a million free books in more than 6,000 towns and cities across the country. Volunteer book lovers help promote reading by going out into their [...]

CCLL Joins Dodgers to Honor Robinson

CCLL Joins Dodgers to Honor Robinson

On Sunday, thirteen current and former Culver City Little League players participated in the Major League Baseball and Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) baseball clinic. 200 young boys and girls from programs throughout the Los Angeles-area were invited to participate. The clinic, held on the field at Dodger Stadium, featured almost a dozen former Dodgers greats, including former [...]

West Adams/Baldwin Hills Residents Win Restrictions on More Fast Food

West Adams/Baldwin Hills Residents Win Restrictions on More Fast Food

Los Angeles City Planning Commission today listened to the voices of community residents and recommended eliminating the exemption proposed in the draft West Adams New Community Plan. The draft plan proposed exempting the Council District 10 portion of the West Adams-Baldwin Hills-Leimert Park New Community Plan from the fast food density policy. The policy restricted new standalone fast food [...]

Plastic Bag Policy Seeking Your Input

Plastic Bag Policy Seeking Your Input

You have things to say about Culver City's Plastic Bag Ban?  Your moment (or moments - there is more than one opportunity) is about to arrive. You are invited to come to an upcoming meeting to learn about the proposed Single-Use Carryout Bag Ordinance and to provide your feedback. Tuesday, April 16 from 10:45 am to 11:15 am at the Senior Center, 4095 Overland Avenue and Saturday, April 20 [...]

Police Blotter – Bike Theft

Police Blotter – Bike Theft

Crime Blotter for April 2nd through the 8th. Vandalism: On April 2, 2013 at 5:00 pm, a victim called the police department to report graffiti to the rear of his building. The victim said he resides in the 5200 block of Kinston Avenue and when he checked the rear garage area he discovered unknown suspect(s) had painted his property. Burglary: On April 3, 2013 at 10:57 am, officers [...]

Water Use Challenge – Click Here

Water Use Challenge – Click Here

Join Culver City and Mayor Andrew Weissman for The Second Annual National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. All thru the month, April 1-30, 2013, is a friendly, community-based competition between cities across the nation to see who can be the most “water wise.” Presented by the Wyland Foundation and Toyota, with support from the US EPA, National League of Cities, CH2M Hill, [...]

Council Notes – Oil Drilling Info, Safe Routes Structures and Financial Appointments

Council Notes – Oil Drilling Info, Safe Routes Structures and Financial Appointments

Mayor Andy Weissman offered "Let's go for the tried and true method, that one seems to work." The Culver City City Council met on April 8 to take care of some business; getting greener, and more secure. It does seem to work rather well. Sherri Jordan of the City's Planning Division spoke to the meeting about the new website to get info about the Inglewood Oil Field, [...]

City Manager’s Update - John Nachbar

City Manager’s Update - John Nachbar

City Manager's Bi-Weekly Update to the City Council from April 3 Community Development Department • Long Range Property Management Plan – Staff has been working on the Long Range Property Management Plan (LRPMP) to submit it this week to the State Department of Finance with the assistance of Keyser Marsten Associates and Kane, Ballmer and Berkman to secure former Redevelopment Agency [...]

El Rincon Looking Forward to “Science Rocks!”

El Rincon Looking Forward to “Science Rocks!”

El Rincon Elementary School Booster Club is excited to host the First Annual Booster Club Science Fair, "Science Rocks!" from 5 to 8 p.m. on April 26. The event is comprised of a Science Fair, guest speakers, lab experiments, workshops, silent auction, and dinner. "Science Rocks!" allows students to experience a hands-on approach to science while integrating skills in other subject areas [...]

West Culver Market Hall Still in Play

West Culver Market Hall Still in Play

Plans surfaced five years ago for Market Hall, a new, environmentally-friendly "compound for food artisans, restaurants, farmer's stalls, and more" at Washington and Centinela in Culver City--and then nothing happened. According to Curbed, the Westside's 60,0000-square-foot answer to downtown LA's Grand Central Market is not dead though; Culver City Times reports that the architect, developer, [...]

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