Should we allow another 7-Eleven store in Culver City at 4436 Sepulveda Boulevard? The Culver City Planning Commission will be listening to your thoughts on the matter on Wednesday, May 23 at City Hall at 7pm.
Across from the newly renovated Taco Bell at the southeast corner of Braddock Drive, Southland Corp. is proposing the building of another 7-Eleven convenience store on the property. With the latest 7-Eleven at the east end of the city having opening just last year, the Southland Corp. may have decided that Culver City is the ideal demographic.
What might be seen as the key issue here is the school complex, only a few blocks away, and the number of students who may become regular customers of junk food, cigarettes and Red Bull offered at 7- Eleven. The residents of Vets Park have expressed their concerns every time the matter has resurfaced on the city’s agenda.
The hearing (rescheduled from February 8 and then again from March 14) will take place in the Mike Balkman Council Chambers in City Hall on Wednesday, May 23, at 7pm.
If you are unable to attend and would like to comment, click on the Culver City Website bar in the link box on the lower right side of this page, and go into the section labeled “Government.” You can send an email to be read in to the record for public comments at the meeting.