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Crime Blotter – Broken Windows, Stolen Cars

Crime Blotter – Broken Windows, Stolen Cars

Crime Blotter for March 13th through the 18th. Vandalism: On March 13, 2013 at 9:30 am, officers responded to the 5100 block of Overland Avenue regarding a vandalism investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; he locked and secured his business on March 12, 2013 at 7:15 pm. When he returned the next morning at 7:45 am he discovered two large windows had been [...]

LMU Forum on Climate Change – March 21

LMU Forum on Climate Change – March 21

Come join in a discussion with professionals from a variety of disciplines on the importance of facing climate change. Loyola Marymount University  will host a teach-in on climate change to underscore the need for personal action and discuss concrete steps individuals can take to combat global warming. The event will be moderated by LMU President David W. Burcham and will feature short [...]

West Los Angeles College to Host Fracking Seminar

West Los Angeles College to Host Fracking Seminar

WLA College will host a seminar on hydraulic fracturing and the democratic process entitled “Fracking: The LA Story” Saturday, March 23, from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public. .West Angeles College is located at 9000 Overland Ave, Culver City, CA 90230. Registration for the seminar at West LA College will take place from 9:30 to 10 a.m. [...]

Rolling Jubilee Creates More Success for Occupy

Rolling Jubilee Creates More Success for Occupy

Have you heard about Operation Rolling Jubilee, an offshoot of Occupy Wall Street with an incredible plan to change the debt dynamics of average Americans. Here’s how it works: All kinds of debt is for sale on a secondary market to debt collectors, from credit card debt to medical bills. Operation Rolling Jubilee planned to raise money through crowd funding and buy the debt just like a debt [...]

School Board Notes – Kourtney Brodnax

School Board Notes – Kourtney Brodnax

The school board meeting on March 12th started off the agenda with the American Citizenship Awards. A total of eight 2nd-12th grade students, one from each Culver City school, were praised for their tremendous efforts in the community and hard working efforts inside the classroom. Mariko Rooks, am eighth grade Culver Middle student who was currently working on her Girl Scout silver badge, [...]

Crime Blotter – Theft and Vandalism

Crime Blotter – Theft and Vandalism

Crime Blotter for March 5th through the 11th. Vandalism and Theft: On March 6, 2013 at 4:30 am, officers responded to the 5600 block of Windsor Way regarding a vandalism investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; he said he noticed the power go off in his residence at 1:06 am. He went to check on the building and discovered the front lobby camera [...]

Sahli -Wells to Address LWV March 19

Sahli -Wells to Address LWV March 19

City Councilwoman AND League of Women Voters Member Meghan Sahli-Wells will speak to the March 19 meeting about Culver City issues, with emphasis on increasing voter turnout in our local elections as well as the possibility of consolidating more of our voting dates. From Frances Talbott-White - As usual we will gather at 11:30 a.m. in the Community Room of Culver City Julian Dixon Library for [...]

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 [...]

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