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Culver City Does Business Today @ Expo

Culver City Does Business Today @ Expo

Looking for services, products or people ? Do you  think it's important to keep local money local ? Hundreds of business contacts are expected on Wednesday, June 27  at Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Look, talk, have a sample, get a taste and shake some hands. Culver City Chamber members will be showing their best from 3:30 PM to 7:00 PM. FREE parking along Culver Blvd. Come out to meet and [...]

Crime Blotter – Storage Locker Re-locked

Crime Blotter – Storage Locker Re-locked

Crime Blotter for June 19th through June 25th. Vandalism: On June 19, 2012 at 8:30 am, a victim called the police department to report his 2012 Hyundai had been vandalized. The victim said he parked and locked his vehicle in the 6300 block of Green Valley Circle on June 18, 2012 at 6:00 pm. When he returned the next morning at he noticed an unknown suspect had scratched the paint and damaged [...]

STAR Education to Grow Community Garden

STAR Education to Grow Community Garden

STAR Education, through its SAGE (Sustainable Agriculture Gardening Education) Project, is spearheading a campaign to develop a new community learning garden in Culver City to serve the population here and on the Westside of Los Angeles. STAR’s goal with the SAGE Project is to create an innovative new experiential learning garden that will meld the gardening spirit and goals of the Westside [...]

School Board Meeting June 26 – Open Session @ 7

School Board Meeting June 26 – Open Session @ 7

At its June 26 meeting, the Culver City Unified School District Board of Education will discuss, in closed session, the possible selection of a new superintendent to replace Patricia Jaffe, whose retirement will be effective on June 30. While the Board may or may not reach a decision on the hiring of the superintendent and announce it at the meeting, the five board members will discuss a [...]

Culver City Wants to Hear From You …. About Finances

Culver City Wants to Hear From You …. About Finances

The City Council is now soliciting the Community's input on the State of the City's Finances. On Monday, June 18, 2012, the City Council held the first of five planned Dialogue meetings to discuss the state of the City's finances and receive public input on this very important topic. Additional information on this subject can be found at the following [...]

Fracking’s Biggest Problem – Water Waste

Fracking’s Biggest Problem – Water Waste

Of all the troubles with fracking, the biggest—and growing—challenge seems to be what to do with all those millions of gallons of water contaminated with frack chemicals, leached minerals and salts. Fracking, or hydraulic fracturing, is the process of drilling sideways into subterranean shale and blasting it open with millions of gallons of water to release natural gas. The process has [...]

AVPA Theater to Get New Director – Jill Novick

AVPA Theater to Get New Director – Jill Novick

After teaching Drama and English during her first year at Culver City High School, Jill Novick has accepted the position of Creative Director of Theatre for AVPA for the 2012-13 school year. Current Creative Director Justin Lujan will be stepping down from the position, but will still be involved in teaching and directing with AVPA Theatre during the next year. An Introduction of Jill [...]

Expo Line is Open ! (and buslines #1 and #7 are free today -)

Expo Line is Open ! (and buslines #1 and #7 are free today -)

The official Expo Culver City Station opened at 12 noon today, June 20th. Phase I of the Metro Expo Line is a new $932 million, 8.6-mile light rail line from downtown Los Angeles to Culver City. It has 12 stations with two stations shared with the Metro Blue Line. The new light rail serves USC, Exposition Park, the Mid-City communities, the Crenshaw District and Culver City. Culver City [...]

Crime Blotter – Call the Police

Crime Blotter – Call the Police

Crime Blotter for June 12th through June 18th. Vandalism: On June 12, 2012 at 9:05 am, a victim came to the police department to report her Toyota Camry had been vandalized. The victim said she parked and locked her vehicle in the 3200 block of Raintree Circle on 06/12/12 at 6:00 pm. The next morning she returned at 7:30 am, and discovered unknown suspect(s) had keyed her vehicle. Commercial [...]

City Council Listens to Voters on Fracking and Funding

City Council Listens to Voters on Fracking and Funding

The City Council meeting of Monday, June 18 had a small population and a different perspective; just listening to the people. With a minimalist agenda and an open invitation to talk to the council about finances, the meeting was the first in a series to solicit discussion about the city's financial crisis. Beginning with the repercussions of the previous Tuesday's fracking information meeting, [...]

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