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Mayor Cooper Files for Re-Election Campaign

Mayor Cooper Files for Re-Election Campaign

Culver City Mayor Jeff Cooper, who is seeking re-election to a seat on the Culver City Council in the April, 2014 election, officially filed his re-election papers this morning at City Hall and launched his new campaign website: www.cooperforcouncil.com. Before filing his official papers, Cooper met with supporters at The Conservancy and told them his top goal will be to continue to protect [...]

NPR in CC – West Coast Less Political?

NPR in CC – West Coast Less Political?

“I still feel like it’s in the reinvention stage,” Arun Rath, host of Weekend All Things Considered, said from his office at NPR West, the largest production center for NPR outside of D.C. “I feel we’re getting closer to landing, and a little bit more of a sense of who we are, but it’s a pretty major thing. And not only this show, but almost all of us are transplanting our lives from [...]

Didi Hirsch Wins National Grant for Hotline

Didi Hirsch Wins National Grant for Hotline

The Suicide Prevention Center run by Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services was designated a "core region center" and will take calls and texts from anyone who experiences psychological distress as a result of natural or human- caused disasters, according to City News Service. "We are ready for this challenge," said Dr. Kita S. Curry, president and chief executive of Didi Hirsch. "Our Suicide [...]

Clarke First to File for City Council Race

Clarke First to File for City Council Race

Councilmember Jim Clarke ended the year by becoming the first candidate for a seat on the City Council to file his official forms with the City Clerk on December 31st. Surrounded by supporters, he went through the many documents with the City Clerk Martin Cole and his assistant Jeremy Green to assure everything was in order. Everyone held their breath when Mr. Cole asked Mr. Clarke if he was sure [...]

Police Seeking Info on Suspect

Police Seeking Info on Suspect

Culver City Police Detectives are investigating a stabbing that occurred in the parking lot of the Tattle Tale Bar located at 5401 Sepulveda Boulevard on December 21, 2013 at around 12:40 a.m. The suspect is described as a 30 to 40 year old male Hispanic with a stocky build who stands approximately six feet tall with short brown hair and mustache. The suspect was last seen wearing a long [...]

State Dept. of Finance Changes the Numbers – Possible Bond Default

State Dept. of Finance Changes the Numbers – Possible Bond Default

Last Monday evening, December 23rd, Culver City received disheartening news from the State Department of Finance (DOF) that affects holders of former Culver City Redevelopment Agency bonds. This does not impact the City of Culver City’s finances. Payments from the property tax increment associated with the former redevelopment agency are approved by the DOF and allocated by the Los [...]

Transition – Re-Imagining the Parkways, Petitioning for Discussion of Fracking Regulations

Transition – Re-Imagining the Parkways, Petitioning for Discussion of Fracking Regulations

When new parkway regulations were first presented to Culver City council in May 2013, Transition Culver City members decided this would be a perfect time to re-imagine our parkways. We interviewed experts in the field of sustainable landscape and to harvest their knowledge. With the assistance of Flowtown Films www.flowtownfilms.com/ , we decided to grow a parkway video. Click here to watch [...]

CulverCityBus – Holiday Schedule Changes

CulverCityBus – Holiday Schedule Changes

Service Changes to Lines 1, 3, 4, 6, and 7 Culver CityBus Lines 1, 3, 4, 6, and 7 have undergone minor schedule changes. Please check our website (www.culvercitybus.com) for more information beginning Monday, December 23, 2013. Also, schedules will be placed in the schedule holder in each bus on Monday, January 6, 2014. West Los Angeles College Service Changes (WLAC) Culver CityBus will [...]

Covered Califonia Opens New Deadline, Offers Hotline Help

Covered Califonia Opens New Deadline, Offers Hotline Help

To ensure that consumers have ample time to enroll in coverage for January 1, 2014, Covered California has extended certain deadlines. For coverage to take effect on January 1st, consumers must now enroll by December 23, 2013 and make their first month’s premium payment so that their insurance company receives it no later than January 6, 2014. Covered California has also established a [...]

Eco Star Mourns Star Cat

Eco Star Mourns Star Cat

It is with heavy heart that we announce that our beloved bobcat-lynx Jay passed away Dec. 19, 2013. Jay came to the STAR Eco Station in October 2002, when the police found him being kept as an illegal pet in Burbank. The officers believed him to be too dangerous and mean, and were set to euthanize him right then, but our founders were able to convince them to release him to Eco. For the next 11 [...]

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