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Culver Chamber Opens “Leaders” with Ehrlich Architects

Culver Chamber Opens “Leaders” with Ehrlich Architects

"While the idea of leadership is very broad, we are offering this series in hopes that we will all learn something about business, about government, and how to lead." Culver Chamber President Goran Eriksson spoke over the soft clatter of plates and cutlery, the Leaders luncheon kicked into gear on June 7 at the Courtyard At Marriott. Steve Ehrlich, Culver City based architect was the featured [...]

Expo Train – Culver City Stop to Open June 20

Expo Train – Culver City Stop to Open June 20

Los Angeles Mayor and Metro Board Chair Antonio Villaraigosa announced that Metro will officially open to the public both the Culver City Station and the Farmdale Station (Dorsey High School )along the recently opened Metro Expo Line on Wednesday, June 20 at 12 noon. In addition, it was announced that patrons boarding trains at both the Farmdale and Culver City Station will receive free passes [...]

Crime Blotter – Identity Theft Leaves Money Missing

Crime Blotter – Identity Theft Leaves Money Missing

Crime Blotter for May 29th through June 4th. Commercial Burglary: On May 29, 2012 at 2:03 pm, officers responded to the 8400 block of Warner Drive regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the reporting party who told them the following; he said on May 24, 2012 at 3:53 pm, he locked and secured the location, when he returned on May 29, 2012 at 5:47 am, he discovered one of the [...]

Dear Editor – City Hall and Fiscal Sanity

Dear Editor – City Hall and Fiscal Sanity

1. Bring back the Citizen-Community based Budget Committee that the Council abolished. Items to discuss for example by the committee: business taxes, do traffic cameras really work as advertised?, alternative funding for services that might be cut, spending priorities, financial goals, optimum number of parking enforcement officers, consolidating accounts receivables, weighing the advantages and [...]

Culver City Grads Win Scholarships

Culver City Grads Win Scholarships

126 graduating seniors at Culver City High School and Culver Park High School have been selected by individual donors and organizations to receive scholarships totaling more than $113,000. The scholarships are administered through the Culver City Community Scholarship Fund, a nonprofit volunteer organization. Awards will be presented at 7 p.m. on Monday, June 18, at Robert Frost [...]

California Atty General Kamala Harris Authors Homeowner Bill of Rights – Click Here to Support

California Atty General Kamala Harris Authors Homeowner Bill of Rights – Click Here to Support

California homeowners have been tricked, lied to, and swindled. Foreclosed on while supposedly in negotiations to refinance their loans. Scammed into predatory loans even when they qualified for better terms. Evicted from their homes, even when their bank no longer has the legal right to do so. Millions of Californians have already lost their homes to the deceptive practices and outright fraud [...]

City and District Officials Intersect Ideas

City and District Officials Intersect Ideas

The Pataccia Room at City Hall was the stage for the long-delayed meeting between Culver City council members and CCUSD School Board officials on Tuesday, May 29. The short agenda defied the fact pointed out by School Board member Kathy Paspalis, that "This meeting has been postponed and rescheduled for 14 months." Both City Manager John Nachbar and School Superintendent Patti Jaffe agreed that [...]

Get Fracking Facts – May 31 Workshop

Get Fracking Facts – May 31 Workshop

Do you know whether or where to evacuate if drilling triggers a toxic event? Or how to shelter-in-place? Neither Culver City nor property owners are indemnified from personal costs to our health, safety and property damages that may result from horizontal drilling and oil extraction in areas near and under our homes? While Culver City is preparing Municipal Code changes regarding PXP Oil & [...]

Sen. Price’s SB1088 Passes State Senate Unanimously

Sen. Price’s SB1088 Passes State Senate Unanimously

SB 1088, a bill that would prohibit a public school from denying enrollment or readmission to a pupil solely on the basis that he or she has had contact with the juvenile justice system passed out of the Senate on a unanimous vote of 38-0 on Tuesday, May 29. This legislation, authored by Senator Curren D. Price, Jr. (D-Los Angeles) also allows a parent to make a request for second review for [...]

Crime Blotter – Putting That Stuff in the Trunk Might Help-

Crime Blotter – Putting That Stuff in the Trunk Might Help-

Crime Blotter for May 22 through May 28. Theft from Motor Vehicle: On May 22, 2012 at 11:30 am, a victim called the police department to report his property had been stolen from his 2002 Volkswagen. The victim said he parked his car in the 4200 block of Keystone Avenue 1:00 am and when he returned at 10:00 am discovered his property missing. Street Robbery: On May 22, 2012 at 10:50 pm, [...]

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