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Magical Fundraiser for Youth Health Center

Magical Fundraiser for Youth Health Center

You too can be a part of the Magical Mystical Marvelous Mayhem hosted by the Friends of the Culver City Youth Health Center. The group’s annual major fundraiser is on Saturday, March 15th at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Culver City. California State Senator Holly J. Mitchell will be honored at the event for her tireless efforts in the field of health and services for children and families, as [...]

Bond Measure on the Agenda at Feb. 25 School Board Meeting @ El Rincon

Bond Measure on the Agenda at Feb. 25 School Board Meeting @ El Rincon

At its February 25 meeting, the CCUSD Board of Education will discuss a resolution that calls for a facilities bond and the associated language to be placed on the June ballot. In recent months, the District conducted a comprehensive needs assessment and sought extensive community input regarding the current state of our schools and facilities. As such, the District recognized it must make [...]

CCUSD Survey Needs Your Input – Click Here

CCUSD Survey Needs Your Input – Click Here

Beginning July 1, 2013, the State of California changed the funding formula for public education and requires school districts to develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is a plan that aligns the District's educational goals with financial resources. Currently, we would like to get your thoughts on our district, and how you see the eight priorities established by the State [...]

CCUSD Volunteers Get Sweet Recognition

CCUSD Volunteers Get Sweet Recognition

Volunteers are the most extraordinary people. Every year volunteers in the Culver City Unified School District (CCUSD) dedicate tens of thousands of hours to raising money, to freeing up teacher time by making photocopies, to working with students, to creating events and so much more. The countless hours and boundless energy they give so generously tells our teachers they are appreciated and [...]

Should There Be a Dog Path @ Vets Park? Your Opinion Please…

Should There Be a Dog Path @ Vets Park? Your Opinion Please…

The Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) Commission invites the public to participate in the discussion of an important Agenda Item at an upcoming meeting. WHAT: Continued Consideration of a Recommendation to the City Council Regarding Designating a Dog Path on the Sidewalk/Walkway within Veterans’ Memorial Park that Connects the Culver Boulevard Parking Lot to Barman [...]

Walk With a Doc – Feb. 15

Walk With a Doc – Feb. 15

Walk with a Doc is a national program that encourages members of the community to take a walk around town with a doctor, not only for their health but also as a way to learn how to lead a healthier life. Walk With A Doc/Culver City meets monthly on the third Saturday at 9am at Veterans Park near the tennis courts. The event is led by Dr Pouya Shafipour of Wellesley Medical Center, Santa [...]

Meeting in a Minute – Link to Webcast

Meeting in a Minute – Link to Webcast

Here are some highlights from the City Council meeting of February 10, 2014 At this meeting, the City Council: Presented a Commendation to Mr. Paul Taylor, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority and Culver City Resident, on the Occasion of His Retirement Approved an Agreement with Power Source Systems, Inc. for the Repair of Four [...]

Clean Up on Ballona Creek Big Success

Clean Up on Ballona Creek Big Success

On Saturday, February 8, Ballona Creek Renaissance (BCR) and LA City Councilman Mike Bonin co-hosted a big Ballona Creek cleanup at the bike path entrance at Centinela Avenue and Milton Street in Del Rey. At this unique spot the concrete creek bottom and its urban and natural runoff meets the soft-bottom tidal estuary, a special place of art, creekside vegetation, fish, waterbirds, people, shaded [...]

Sony Sells Vaio Division and NYC Offices to Restructure

Sony Sells Vaio Division and NYC Offices to Restructure

Sony Corp, the electronics manufacturing giant, is undertaking a major restructuring that includes the sale of its PC division, a spinoff of its TV business and layoffs of thousands of employees, according to the Los Angeles Times. The Japanese tech giant said Thursday, Feb. 6 that it had decided to shed its Vaio personal computer brand after a “comprehensive analysis of factors, including the [...]

West Adams Gets Drilling Moratorium for Jefferson Park

West Adams Gets Drilling Moratorium for Jefferson Park

West Adams residents organizing against oil drilling in the Jefferson Park-area have won a short-term drilling moratorium. Community members and faith-based institutions organized an emergency meeting in January to discuss concerns with the owner’s proposal for three new oil wells at the Murphy Drill Site. Little is known about the site’s operations and residents fear unconventional oil [...]

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