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Safe Routes to School Needs Advocates

Safe Routes to School Needs Advocates

At a time of high rates of childhood obesity, and when research shows that California’s Safe Routes to School program is achieving its goals of improving safety and increasing walking and bicycling, the Administration for California Governor Jerry Brown is proposing to end dedicated funding for the popular program which has benefitted more than 1,400 schools since 1999, including Culver's [...]

Crime Blotter – Cars Crunch

Crime Blotter – Cars Crunch

Crime Blotter for January 21st through January 28th. Hit and Run Traffic Collision: On January 16, 2013 at 7:50 pm, officers responded to the area of Overland Avenue and Ranch Road regarding a hit and run traffic collision. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; he was driving northbound on Overland Avenue at Ranch Road when he was rear ended by an Acura. The victim [...]

Affordable Housing Panel – Feb. 8

Affordable Housing Panel – Feb. 8

With the approval of the City Council of the City of Culver City of the first three years of the Comprehensive Housing Strategy in 2008, Culver City was poised to create 54 affordable housing units by 2013 and projected to create 264 affordable housing units by 2015. Culver City’s Tilden Terrace commenced construction last year and will redevelop an entire block with a place-making, mixed use [...]

School Board Workshop on Projects Updates Solar, Theater and Sports Complex Plans

School Board Workshop on Projects Updates Solar, Theater and Sports Complex Plans

The Culver City School District Offices were the focus of lots of upcoming construction activity for the Elenda campus complex. On Monday evening Jan. 28. the board met informally to hear presentations on the renovation of the Robert Frost Auditorium, the progress on the solar power project, and the improvements to the sports fields. Beginning with the Frost, the good news is that the broken [...]

City Council – Meeting in a Minute

City Council – Meeting in a Minute

Here are some highlights from the City Council meeting of January 28, 2013. At this meeting, the City Council: • Presented Certificates of Recognition to Jersey Mike’s Subs for the Culver City Teen Center Fund Raising Event which raised in excess of $1,400 • Accepted the work performed by KASA Construction for the West Washington Phase III Streetscape Median Project • [...]

LaRose Oversees School Security Inspections

LaRose Oversees School Security Inspections

This week, CCUSD completed a number of campus walk-throughs to evaluate existing security, identify potential improvements and schedule immediate facility repairs. On Wednesday, Superintendent Dave LaRose, pictured here, toured Linwood E. Howe Elementary School with Principal Kim Indelicato, CCPD School Resource Officer Al Casillas, CCUSD Security Director Ted Yant and Mike Reynolds, Assistant [...]

CCPD Officer in Shooting

CCPD Officer in Shooting

On January 28 at approximately 9:16 am, a Culver City Police Officer was involved in an officer involved shooting in the 3800 block of Sawtelle Boulevard. The incident occurred while Officers were conducting a high-risk traffic stop on a vehicle wanted in conjunction with a felony. The suspect was not injured and taken into custody without further incident. The case is currently being [...]

Karen Bass Town Hall to Offer Assistance – Jan. 26

Karen Bass Town Hall to Offer Assistance – Jan. 26

You're invited to join Congressmember Karen Bass at an event that will deliver hands-on assistance to homeowners needing help remaining in their homes as well as first time homebuyers looking to access the housing market. Counselors will also be available for a host of other community needs such as assistance related to Food Stamps, healthcare access and Earned Income Tax Credits for working [...]

UPCC Fosters Dialogue with Parents and District Over Safety

UPCC Fosters Dialogue with Parents and District Over Safety

The Garden Room at Vets Auditorium was filled slightly past seating capacity on Jan. 23 at 7 pm. The crowd was filling out cards, handing them over to the ushers like Alan Elmont, and turning in their questions for the panel assembled by the United Parents of Culver City to discuss school safety. Police Chief Don Pedersen, Superintendent of Schools Dave LaRose, and School Resource Officer, Al [...]

School Safety Forum Tonight

School Safety Forum Tonight

The recent tragic events in Connecticut have many Culver City parents wondering about the safety of their children on the school campuses. United Parents of Culver City (UPCC) is sponsoring a school safety forum at 7pm Wednesday, Jan. 23 to help address these concerns. Participants include CCUSD Superintendent Dave LaRose, Culver City Police Chief Don Pedersen, and other City and District [...]

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