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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 [...]

LWV Educates Voters – Click Here

LWV Educates Voters – Click Here

Culver City is one of the seven cities and four unified school districts in the service area for the League of Women Voter of Los Angeles (LWVLA). Our award winning Smart Voter.org team has partnered with a non-profit organization that reports financial contributions on statewide ballot measures, Voters Edge. LWVLA has agreed to research and post data on local ballot measures in the region. We [...]

Robotics Offers Haunted House – Oct. 28

Robotics Offers Haunted House – Oct. 28

Get in the Halloween spirit. This coming Sunday afternoon October 28 plan to attend a fun and scary Haunted House at Culver City High School. Annually created by the Culver City High School FIRST Robotics Team 702, nicknamed "The Bagel Bytes", the Haunted House is their fall fundraiser. Last year was the first time the team was allowed to open the Haunted House to the public and the new [...]

Symphonic Jazz Orchestra to Play 10th Anniversary Concert

Symphonic Jazz Orchestra to Play 10th Anniversary Concert

The incomparable Symphonic Jazz Orchestra will hold its annual concert on November 9. Symphonic Jazz Orchestra and Mitch Glickman are very special to CCUSD as Culver City's elementary students all get a chance to hear the orchestra and work with its members thanks to CCEF, The Fineshriber Family Foundation, California Arts Council, LA Arts Commission, PTA's and The ASCAP Foundation Irving Caesar [...]

Expo to USC Game – Arrive Early

Expo to USC Game – Arrive Early

On Saturday, October 20th, the University of Southern California football team will host the Colorado Buffalos at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum starting at 3:00 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 [...]

Dear Editor – PXP Offers “Misrepresentations of Facts”

Dear Editor – PXP Offers “Misrepresentations of Facts”

Dear Editor: It was with great anticipation that we as Culver City citizens attended PXP’s fourth annual community meeting at the Knox Presbyterian Church this past Monday, October 15th. In the audience were members of the Culver City Council, Chamber of Commerce and officials from the Department of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR) who are charged with the responsibility of drafting [...]

Governor and Atty General to Attend Dymally Funeral

Governor and Atty General to Attend Dymally Funeral

Gov. Jerry Brown and dozens of other prominent officials are scheduled to attend the Holy Cross funeral of trail-blazing leader Mervyn Dymally, who in a four-decade career served in every corner of California government and eventually became the state's highest-ranking black politician. Attorney General Kamala Harris, Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and legislative and congressional [...]

Crime Blotter – Wallet Walks Away

Crime Blotter – Wallet Walks Away

Crime Blotter for October 10th through October 15th. Commercial Burglary: On October 10, 2012 at 10:59 am, officers responded to the 8500 block of National Boulevard regarding a burglary investigation. The officers contacted the manager of the business who told them the following; she said her staff checks the location and discovered several units had pry marks on the doors and they were off [...]

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