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Treemap for Culver City Trees – Click Here to Add Yours

Treemap for Culver City Trees – Click Here to Add Yours

TreePeople is excited to introduce TreeMapLA, an ambitious collaboration of nonprofits, local governments, businesses and YOU—to map every tree in Culver City. By entering every tree's location, species and current size, and updating its needs, we create a powerful tool to learn about our urban forest and its value, including specific environmental and economic benefits. This information [...]

BRC to Sponsor ‘Ecology of LA River’ Conference

BRC to Sponsor ‘Ecology of LA River’ Conference

On Friday, November 7, 9 am-4:30pm, Ballona Creek Renaissance will co-sponsoer the Ecology of the LA River Conference  at CSU Northridge, with registration and breakfast, 8:30-9:00am. BCR is proud to be an Endorsing Organization for what should be an informative conference with many of the same stakeholders, issues and opportunities as we have in the Ballona Creek Watershed. In fact, as late as [...]

Mark Your Ballot & Take it With You

Mark Your Ballot & Take it With You

The day has arrived, and if you are not one of those organized people who already mailed in the ballot, you may have one sitting in front of you now, filled with names and empty bubbles, and not as much information as you hoped to have at this point. And you want one of these stickers. Help is here. It's a long ballot, and there are some fairly contentious issues, but allow me to simplify [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

From Elaine Hirohama and Nancy Kuechle, co-presidents of the Culver City Friends of the Library, comes the invitation to welcome Culver City Fire Department members for their next Storytime, set for this Tuesday, November 4th at 7:00 p.m. at the Culver City Julian Dixon Library, 4975 Overland Avenue. As always, a fun arts and craft project will follow the story. We THINK her episode may be on [...]

CCEF Presents Fineshriber Funds to Board of Education

CCEF Presents Fineshriber Funds to Board of Education

At the Tuesday Oct. 28  Culver City Unified School District Board of Education (CCUSD) meeting held at City of Culver City - City Hall, Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) Executive Director Leslie Adler presented a check to the school board for $125,500-a very generous grant from the Fineshriber Family Foundation to CCEF. The talented Culver City High School Students Saxophone Quartet [...]

Meeting in a Minute – City Council Highlights Oct. 27

Meeting in a Minute – City Council Highlights Oct. 27

Here are some highlights from the City Council meeting of October 27, 2014. At this meeting, the City Council: Presented a commendation to K-9 Officer Boyca on the occasion of his retirement. Approved a purchase order with UTC Fire and Security for an amount not-to-exceed $156,455.00 and an agreement with Wincal Technology Corp. for an amount not-to- exceed $21,019.00 for the installation [...]

Metro Adopts Complete Streets Policy

Metro Adopts Complete Streets Policy

The first Complete Streets Policy in LA County is on its way to adoption. The policy -- approved last week by the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (Metro) Ad-Hoc Sustainability Committee—promotes street designs that accommodate all travelers—pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, and motorists. On October 23, the full Metro Board voted to approve $2.85 million to [...]

Record Breaking Recycling- 12 Billion Gallons

Record Breaking Recycling- 12 Billion Gallons

West Basin announced a record year in recycled water production at the Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility, which produced 12 billion gallons of recycled water in Fiscal Year 2013-14. As California enters its fourth consecutive year of drought, West Basin’s record production this past year would meet the water needs of approximately 74,000 households. This also means that approximately 12 [...]

Rotary ‘Adopts’ Upward Bound Apartments – Wendy Taylor

Rotary ‘Adopts’ Upward Bound Apartments – Wendy Taylor

Since 1991, Upward Bound House in Culver City has helped more than 900 families and 1,692 children navigate the daunting road beyond homelessness through transitional supportive housing. Via a $2,500 District Community Grant, the Culver City Rotary Community Foundation in partnership with Rotary District 5280, has adopted and outfitted two of the 18 apartments at the temporary family shelter [...]

Perfect Timing Sells School Bonds With Success Saving CC Taxpayers $10 Million

Perfect Timing Sells School Bonds With Success Saving CC Taxpayers $10 Million

CCUSD recently completed a highly successful sale of its $26.5 million Election of 2014 General Obligation Bonds, Series A (Culver City Unified School District General Obligation Bond Program). The bonds were well-received in the market, and the timing of the sale could not have been better. The District entered the bond market one day after the lowest interest rate levels of 2014 year-to-date. [...]

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