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Voting by Mail? Mind the Calendar

Voting by Mail? Mind the Calendar

The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) Dean Logan reminds voters to request a Vote by Mail ballot by Tuesday, Sept. 10 for the Special Elections on Sept. 17, 2013. The application period for Vote by Mail ballots begins today. The RR/CC began mailing more than 200,000 Vote by Mail Ballots to voters today. In addition, the RR/CC began mailing 250,500 Sample Ballot [...]

Sign Here to Support AB 271 – Parents Deserve Help

Sign Here to Support AB 271 – Parents Deserve Help

Holly Mitchell's anti-poverty bill AB 271 needs your support. Mitchell states  "I have recently joined with CREDO Action to take a stand against penalizing families and children who are poor. I hope you will join me in this fight." Today, California's poverty rate is at its highest point since the mid-1990s. One out of six Californians lived in poverty in 2011, according to the California [...]

WLA College – Fully Accredited, Fully Reaffirmed

WLA College – Fully Accredited, Fully Reaffirmed

West Los Angeles College recently received notice that its accreditation has been fully reaffirmed. The good news came in a memo from Barbara A. Beno, Ph.D., president of the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC), Western Association of Schools and Colleges “I believe the announcement reflects the continuous effort given by our faculty, staff and administrators to [...]

Solar Work Continues as Fall Session Approaches

Solar Work Continues as Fall Session Approaches

The Culver City Unified School District has engaged in an exciting facilities project to install solar panels in various locations throughout the District. Among the benefits at Farragut Elementary School will be shaded areas for the students on the playground and field, several new high quality "Fox" benches under the shade structure, a new basketball court and ball wall, new coating for the [...]

CCUSD Academy to Offer Online Learning

CCUSD Academy to Offer Online Learning

What's the CCUSD Academy? Here is the news from the source -  The Culver City Unified School District has embarked on a new on-line learning academy that provides a pathway for students to learn in a flexible, adaptable and accessible new environment. The CCUSD Academy blends home schooling, independent study and technology with site-based learning and support from credentialed CCUSD [...]

Westchester Babe Ruth Triumphs Over New Hampshire

Westchester Babe Ruth Triumphs Over New Hampshire

Westside Baseball's Westchester Babe Ruth's 14 U team defeated an overmatched New Hampshire squad Sunday 11-7 in the second game of World Series pool play on Sunday. Westchester took control of the game early, scoring six before New Hampshire could record out. Leadoff hitter Justin Morris singled and scored moments later on a Kelvin Escobar double to right( see photo). Aaron Greenfield singled [...]

Vernon Taylor Offers School Board Campaign Mission, Meet and Greet

Vernon Taylor Offers School Board Campaign Mission, Meet and Greet

Vernon Taylor, a 15-year resident and volunteer announced his candidacy for the Culver City School Board on August 14, 2013. In a statement released by a committee spokesperson, Mr. Taylor cites his ambition of advocating for all children within Culver City Schools as a personal priority. He believes it is a privilege to serve and affirm his commitment to all stakeholders and youth of the Culver [...]

Taylor and Vizcarra File for School Board Race

Taylor and Vizcarra File for School Board Race

Vernon Taylor and Claudia Vizcarra have both filed papers to join the race for the Culver City School Board. The field as it stands now includes Kathy Paspalis and Karlo Silbiger, both running for re-election. Steve Levin has already begun his campaign efforts, as has Sue Robins. While the deadline has passed to get the construction bond for the schools on the November ballot, it is still an [...]

Stepping Up? Qualified Runners Needed To Run in 2014 Osaka/Kaizuka Senshu International Marathon

Stepping Up? Qualified Runners Needed To Run in 2014 Osaka/Kaizuka Senshu International Marathon

Are you a serious marathon runner? Can you run a full marathon under 4 hours and 10 minutes? The Culver City Sister City Committee, a non-profit international and intercultural community organization, will send one male and one female runner to the 21st Annual Osaka Senshu International Marathon scheduled for Feb. 16, 2014 and be hosted by our sister city Kaizuka, Japan. As good citizen [...]

Mitchell Rolling Up Endorsements in Special Election

Mitchell Rolling Up Endorsements in Special Election

On Monday, the unions representing 700,000 social workers, nurses, classroom aides, state workers, security officers, home care workers, janitors, and public and private sector workers and 23,000 California State University professors, lecturers and other professional employees endorsed Holly Mitchell for Senate. "Assemblymember Mitchell has been a leader in the fight for education funding and [...]

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