Become a part of political art, and make creative change happen in Culver City. On Sunday, October 10 from 2 to 3:30 pm in front of City Hall, 9770 Culver Boulevard, Transition Culver City will facilitate a community conversation to gather information and work toward a solution to the plastic bag pollution problem. This lively discussion forum for thinking collectively about local solutions for our pollution, waste, oil dependency and ailing watershed is open to the public. A childrens activity parallel to the discussion will be provided. Participants of all ages will have an opportunity to create a temporary art installation together out of plastic bags. Please bring plastic bags for the art piece (if you still have them!), and you will receive a re-usable bag for ten used single-use grocery bags (first come, first served).
While rumors have been afloat for days that former Chief Financial Officer for Culver City, Jeff Muir was on his way back to his desk at City Hall, it was still just a rumor. Today, …[READ MORE]
Culver City’s Chief Financial Officer Jeff Muir was blunt. “Culver City has a very real budget problem. While we are better off than some cities in that we aren’t at a place where we are …[READ MORE]