Culver City Crossroads spoke with city council candidate Meghan Sahli-Wells on April 6 at 10:30 a.m. at the Tokyo 77 coffee shop downtown. Sahli-Wells was her usual confident and candid self, and she gave us her thoughts about the challenges facing Culver City, the campaign and her unique status in the race. Clearly understanding how close the contest will be on April 13, she emphasized the things that her efforts have already accomplished, while keeping her vision fixed on the next step; city council.
Voters who are focused on making Culver City as green as it can be may already be familiar with her efforts, but the undecided may find her politics to be a breath of fresh air. As British musician Colin Partridge noted, “the grass is always greener when it bursts up through concrete.”