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Meghan Sahli – Wells Looks Forward to Mayoral Term

Meghan Sahli – Wells Looks Forward to Mayoral Term

"Of course, it's more than a bit ironic, since I got into politics because I was unhappy with how a particular development was being handled. Now I'm going to be mayor while we get these big development deals up and running; the market hall, Parcel B...the city is going to be changed by all this." While it isn't journalistically proper, every once in a great while it's okay to visit the land [...]

Culver City Lacrosse – Camp is Now Enrolling

Culver City Lacrosse – Camp is Now Enrolling

Culver City Lacrosse Club is now accepting registrations for both clinics and summer camps. Clinics and camps are open to both new and experienced players. This year we had over 90 Culver City Unified School District students participate in our fall, winter, and spring lacrosse activities. This summer Culver City Lacrosse Club is offering both clinics and camps to continue to spread the game of [...]

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Gets Applause from Community

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Gets Applause from Community

"I'm talking about a very dear friend of mine," retired high school teacher and current school board vice president Nancy Goldberg began as she addressed the afternoon crowd in front of the school complex, "and if I start to cry, well, you will just have to accept it." Goldberg was not alone in her effusive thanks. As the wind blew across the lawn in front of the Culver City Middle School on [...]

BCR Creek Clean-Up Nets 700 Plus Pounds of Trash

BCR Creek Clean-Up Nets 700 Plus Pounds of Trash

Ballona Creek Renaissance joined with Culver City Boy Scout Troop 50 to organize one of their very popular creek cleanups on Saturday, April 19th. The location was the creek bikepath entrance at Centinela Avenue, where the upstream concrete channel bottom becomes natural silt, plants of many kinds sprout at the edges of the creek, birds and fish are found in the stream, and it looks more like a [...]

Police Seek Info on Suspect

Police Seek Info on Suspect

On April 22, 2014 at about 2:50p.m., a female juvenile Culver City Middle School student was walking in the area of Farragut Dr. east of Overland Ave. A green Ford Taurus pulled up to her, and the driver asked the girl for her name. He then leaned over, opened the passenger side door, and told her to get into the vehicle. Fearing for her safety, the girl ran west towards Overland Ave., and [...]

City Creates Green Dividends with Parking Structure Energy Audit

City Creates Green Dividends with Parking Structure Energy Audit

Demonstrating that sustainability and green initiatives can pay immediate dividends, Culver City recently reduced energy consumption in three city owned parking structures. The latest was the Watseka Parking Structure, where in less than eight weeks, the City reduced electricity use by a whopping 56 percent. “Through Culver City"s energy saving measures at city owned faciliites, we hope [...]

CCMS Seussical – Save the Date

CCMS Seussical – Save the Date

On May 3rd and 4th, Robert Frost Auditorium will be lit up again with song, dance and light. The Middle School students of CCMS will once again treat our municipality to three performances of the Broadway musical: SEUSSICAL, Music by Stephen Flaherty, Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, Book by Stephen Flaherty & Lynn Ahrens. There will be three shows: a Saturday matinee at 3PM, then Saturday night at [...]

Measure CC Supporters Rally for School Bond

Measure CC Supporters Rally for School Bond

Supporters of Measure CC, the bond issue that will help repair a wide array of facilities across all of Culver City Unified School District’s 10 school sites, held a community wide rally and walk over the weekend to reach out to voters and encourage them to support CC when it appears on the June 3, 2014 ballot. The Yes on CC contingent included people from every corner of Culver City. From [...]

Ridley-Thomas Offers Applause for AVPA

Ridley-Thomas Offers Applause for AVPA

Assemblymember Sebastian Ridley-Thomas today commended the students and faculty members of the Culver City High School Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) for their dedication, instruction, skill and execution in the fields of music, theater, visual art, film and dance during the 2013-2014 school year. Sebastian Ridley-Thomas said, “Art, music, dance and theater performance are [...]

Metro Taking Down Trees for Rail Line

Metro Taking Down Trees for Rail Line

Crenshaw community advocates were informed for the first time in late January 2014 that the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (“METRO”) planned to remove at least 150 mature street trees from Crenshaw Boulevard as part of the ongoing construction of the Crenshaw/LAX light rail line. The loss of these trees is in addition to the more than 250 trees uprooted to make way [...]

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