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Expo Line – Take the Early Train for the Game

Expo Line – Take the Early Train for the Game

On Saturday, November 3, 2012 the University of Southern California football team will host the Oregon Ducks at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum starting at 4:00 pm. The Culver City Police Department is advising anyone who will be using the Expo Line for transportation to the game arrive early at the Expo Parking lot on National Boulevard. Prior to the last USC home game, the Expo Line [...]

Sahli-Wells Speaks On Measure Y “It’s Personal”

Sahli-Wells Speaks On Measure Y “It’s Personal”

Councilperson Meghan Sahli-Wells has been extolling the virtues of Measure Y over the past 2 months to neighborhood associations, community groups, students, and friends. At a recent rally, she addressed a group of Culver City high school students. The students, not yet old enough to vote, have been volunteering on the campaign for Proposition 30, and understandably wondered about Measure Y. [...]

Sister City Supports Kaizuka – More Help is Needed

Sister City Supports Kaizuka – More Help is Needed

Mayor Fujihara with ikebana on his recent trip to Culver City--photo by Marla Wolkowitz Last week the Culver City community joined Culver City Sister City Committee members to welcome Mayor Tatsuo Fujihara and his associate, Mr. Junji Matsutani, of our sister city Kaizuka, Japan. The purpose of their visit was to thank Culver City for its outpouring of support immediately following the March, [...]

Short Ave. Among Schools Penalized for API Cheating

Short Ave. Among Schools Penalized for API Cheating

State officials have stripped Short Avenue and 22 other schools of a key state ranking for cheating, other misconduct or mistakes in administering the standardized tests given last spring. The offenses ranged from failing to cover bulletin boards to more overt improprieties, including helping students correct mistakes or preparing them with actual test questions. The details were included in [...]

Cooper Speaks on Supporting Y – Scott Zeidman

Cooper Speaks on Supporting Y – Scott Zeidman

Vice Mayor Jeff Cooper took a few moments Friday to discuss the upcoming election with a group of undecided voters. The following is the text from Mr. Cooper’s presentation. “I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my two and one-half years on City Council. We’ve made significant progress in many areas, and despite what has happened in Sacramento, our city is better today than it was two years ago. [...]

Scene at the School Board – Kourtney Brodnax

Scene at the School Board – Kourtney Brodnax

Tuesday October 23 was the last school board meeting before the presidential election and there was plenty of politics, local, state and national, before the discussion was adjourned. The meeting started off very enthusiastically when Marcia Shulman, president of the Culver City Education Foundation, brought to the attention of the audience and board that all five elementary schools plus Culver [...]

Turkey Drive Aims for 5,000 Birds

Turkey Drive Aims for 5,000 Birds

Join LaRocco's Pizzeria, the cast of Kids on the Porch and Rayna Ray Brick Street Entertainment, LLC, CCUSD and the community of Culver City to collect 5,000 (frozen) turkeys, dry foods, and can goods to contribute to The E.J. Jackson Foundation annual turkey drive. The Turkey Drive feeds over 10,000 families, and seniors in need. It is the largest turkey giveaway in the Los Angeles area, and is [...]

Crime Blotter – Robbing the Register

Crime Blotter – Robbing the Register

Crime Blotter for October 16th through the 22nd. Residential Burglary: On October 17, 2012 at 8:21 pm, officers responded to the 3900 block of Tilden Avenue regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; he said his roommate locked and secured the residence at 8:45 am, and when he returned at 6:40 pm discovered his garage was unlocked and his [...]

Raintree Residents Get Measure Y Reality

Raintree Residents Get Measure Y Reality

Mayor Andy Weissman and councilmember Jim Clarke finished their city-wide tour by sitting down with residents of Raintree to discuss Measure Y. Measure Y, the half-cent City sales tax to maintain essential Culver City services such as 911 emergency responses, paramedics, police and fire protection, as well as funding for sidewalk and street repairs, parks, senior and after-school programs, is [...]

Trains Lead the Boom in Public Transit

Trains Lead the Boom in Public Transit

As gas prices spiked this year, so did use of public transportation. Los Angeles-area commuters took the train in record numbers last month, according to new figures from the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Average weekday ridership on rail systems in September soared systemwide to 357,096, up nearly 12 percent over the same time last year and 16 percent over [...]

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