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Pasdena City College Students AND Faculty Pass “No Confidence” Vote on Mark Rocha

Pasdena City College Students AND Faculty Pass “No Confidence” Vote on Mark Rocha

On Feb. 27, 2013, the PCC Associated Students unanimously passed a resolution of censure against the PCC administration as well as a vote of no confidence, calling for the removal of President Mark Rocha, formerly of LACCD's West LA College. During the week of Feb. 19-26, 204 full-time faculty members out of 364 submitted valid ballots, also calling overwhelmingly for a vote of no confidence - [...]

Sequins, Sass and Celebration Light Up Senior Center – Sandra Coopersmith

Sequins, Sass and Celebration Light Up Senior Center – Sandra Coopersmith

The one thing you can count on about time is that it does indeed march on. It can also strut, sashay and downright bedazzle, as was delightfully apparent on March 10 as seven contestants beguiled the audience while competing for the title of Ms. Senior Culver City 2013 at the Culver City Senior Center. “This is the sixth year that the Culver City Senior Center has hosted this pageant,” [...]

Street Closure – Robertson Between Venice and Hoke

Street Closure – Robertson Between Venice and Hoke

Work crews will temporarily close Robertson Boulevard for the removal of two trees and installation of fencing and K-rail required for bridge construction. Work activities will include tree removal and stump grinding. Robertson Boulevard will be closed between Venice Boulevard and Hoke Avenue. Northbound traffic on Robertson Boulevard will be detoured at Washington Boulevard to National [...]

Crime Blotter – Graffiti Discovered

Crime Blotter – Graffiti Discovered

Crime Blotter for February 24th through March 4th. Vandalism: On February 26, 2013 at 9:50 am, a victim came to the police department his apartment building had graffiti on the walls. The reporting party said the building is located in the 10400 block of Culver Boulevard. The reporting party said there was no graffiti on the wall on February 25th at 10:00 pm. When he returned the next morning [...]

Culver City Launches Smart 911

Culver City Launches Smart 911

Mayor Andy Weissman started the press conference on March 4 at the police station to announce Culver City's new Smart911 system by highlighting the benefits of the new technology. "Smart911 will allow both our 911 call takers and emergency responders to have more detailed information about a citizen in need, leading to faster response times and ultimately more lives saved." (See video IMG_0104 [...]

Dr. Helen Caldicott to Speak on Fukushima – March 7

Dr. Helen Caldicott to Speak on Fukushima – March 7

What does the nuclear disaster in Fukushima Prefecture mean for California, or for the United States? Here is your chance to listen to a renowned authority address the fears and the realities. Dr. Helen Caldicott is a great hero in the environmental, peace and justice movements. She is considered to be the single most articulate and passionate advocate of citizen action as a response to the [...]

CCHS Girls Basketball Proceeds to State Playoffs

CCHS Girls Basketball Proceeds to State Playoffs

While Murrieta Valley pulled away from Culver City in the fourth quarter to win the Southern Section Division 2A girls basketball championship Friday afternoon at the Anaheim Convention Center, both teams will move on to this week's CIF Division II state playoffs. The second-seeded Nighthawks (26-5), who finished second behind Vista Murrieta in the Southwestern League this season, outscored [...]

CCHS Girls Basketball Plays for CIF Championship Tonight (March 1)

CCHS Girls Basketball Plays for CIF Championship Tonight (March 1)

(See video) IMG_2860Come cheer on the Culver City High School girls basketball team today as they face Murrieta Valley in the CIF 2A Championship Game at 3:30 p.m. at The Arena at Anaheim Convention Center (800 W Katella Ave., in Anaheim). The Lady Centaurs edged top-seeded Orange Lutheran 42-40 on Tuesday to up their record to 24-5. They will face the Nighthawks, who moved to 25-5 after a [...]

Meeting In a Minute – Council Votes from Feb. 25

Meeting In a Minute – Council Votes from Feb. 25

Ciclavia to CulverCity - April 21 Here are the highlights from the City Council meeting of February 25, 2013. At this meeting, the City Council: • Approved the Final Plans and Specifications and Authorization to Advertise for Bids for the Citywide Sidewalk Repair Project, P-428. • Adopted a Resolution approving an Encroachment Agreement with Time Warner Cable for Use of the Public [...]

Crime Blotter – Check Forger Drains Bank Account

Crime Blotter – Check Forger Drains Bank Account

Crime Blotter for February 19th through the 25th. Residential Burglary: On February 19, 2013 at 12:00 am, officers responded to the 6000 block of Canterbury Drive regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; she left her residence at 4:00 pm and when she returned at 10:30 pm and discovered her living room window was opened and her property [...]

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