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Public Meeting on New 7-Eleven Store – May 23

Public Meeting on New 7-Eleven Store – May 23

Should we allow another 7-Eleven store in Culver City at 4436 Sepulveda Boulevard? The Culver City Planning Commission will be listening to your thoughts on the matter on Wednesday, May 23 at City Hall at 7pm. Across from the newly renovated Taco Bell at the southeast corner of Braddock Drive, Southland Corp. is proposing the building of another  7-Eleven convenience store on the property. [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

The busy Culver-Palms Family YMCA has already opened its Jr. Lakers Basketball registration for this summer! Associate Director of Sports & Recreation Lamondo Greer is expecting a lot of participants from Torrance Y and Westchester Y also this summer, so locals are asked to please register as soon as possible – do not wait until the July 14 skills assessment. And – if anyone is interested [...]

El Rincon PTA Treasurer Noda Gets More Time

El Rincon PTA Treasurer Noda Gets More Time

It was an anti- climactic scene on Friday, May 18 at the Airport Courthouse, where former El Rincon PTA Treasurer Cheryl "Cheri"  Noda was scheduled for a hearing with the Los Angeles District Attorney's office  under arraignment for embezzling funds. Judge Mark Windham called for a continuance on the case. The eight Culver City PTA leaders who had been present to testify under subpoena [...]

Brotman Medical Center Offers Data on Improvements

Brotman Medical Center Offers Data on Improvements

Despite it's status as the fourth largest private hospital in Los Angeles County, Brotman Medical Center has not had a stellar reputation for the past several years. Tales of long waits at the Emergency Room, poor management and poor care have plagued the Culver City health center for far too long. On Wednesday, May 16, Brotman invited the community to hear about how they are changing things, [...]

Smash and Grab – It’s the Crime Blotter

Smash and Grab – It’s the Crime Blotter

Crime Blotter for May 8th through the 14th. Attempted Street Robbery: On May 8, 2012 at 9:55 pm, officers responded to the 6200 block of Bristol Parkway regarding a robbery investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; he was walking toward his residence when he heard someone tell him to drop his wallet. He turned around and the suspect # 1 was pointing a handgun [...]

Dear Editor – United Parents of Culver City

Dear Editor – United Parents of Culver City

Dear Editor - We are announcing UNITED PARENTS OF CULVER CITY! the first-ever, district-wide, democratically elected policy and political group for Culver City parents! Please join us for our kick-off event on Thursday May 24, 7-9 pm. Come meet the founding members of United Parents of Culver City. Get to know your new student advocacy group for Culver City parents, and get [...]

CCEFs Tribute to the Stars – A Constellation of Successes

CCEFs Tribute to the Stars – A Constellation of Successes

As we waited to get in to Sony Studios for the 2012 Tribute to the Stars, one those very stars- Kari Frethem - came over and suggested we'd better hurry in, the awards were about to start. Posing for a picture by a balloon column, she quipped, "It's very nice to be honored." Deservedly so; the Sony Pictures Entertainment Teacher of the Year has a list of credits, credentials and inspirations [...]

Michelle Bac Wins Congressional Art Contest with “A Face”

Michelle Bac Wins Congressional Art Contest with “A Face”

Culver City High School's Michelle Bac was recently selected to receive first-place honors in the 2012 Congressional Arts Competition. Her submission, "A Face," was selected to be included in a special student art exhibition that will be on display in the U.S. Capitol for the next year. "Michelle will have an opportunity to attend an unveiling ceremony with Members of Congress and special [...]

CCMS Wins National “School to Watch” Status

CCMS Wins National “School to Watch” Status

Culver City Middle School has been redesignated as one of only 15 exemplary middle-grades schools in California named "Schools to Watch" as part of the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform's signature program. CCMS joins 102 middle schools in Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South [...]

Save the Date – Fracking Workshop Scheduled for June 12 – Mark Glassock

Save the Date – Fracking Workshop Scheduled for June 12 – Mark Glassock

Following up on a request submitted to Governor Brown’s office on behalf of the Greater Baldwin Hills Alliance and a commitment made at the last Community Advisory Panel Meeting, the California State Department of Conservation has scheduled a workshop on June 12 to discuss fracking in the Baldwin Hills Oil Field. According to the Department, “These workshops are to be conducted as part of a [...]

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