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Articles from the April 6, 2012 edition

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 News    April 6, 2012

Police Blotter

March 27 through April 2. Commercial Burglary: On March 27 at 9:39 am officers responded to the 4300 block of Sepulveda Boulevard regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the reporting party who told them the following; he arrived...

 
 Sports    April 6, 2012

Westchester Coach Kasparian Dies

Ron Kasparian, long-time baseball coach at Westchester High, died last week. Kasparian was one of the most successful and well-respected coaches in the Southern California high school ranks. His Westchester team won the LA City championship in...

 
 By Lynne Bronstein    News    April 6, 2012

Parking Meter Decision Postponed Until July

The City Council has long been seeking solutions for parking problems in downtown Culver City. But a controversial move to extend the hours of operation for metered parking in the downtown area was su...

 
 News    April 6, 2012

Culver Chamber Moves to Westfield Culver City

The Culver City Chamber has moved to its new office at Westfield Culver City. Located at Suite #1260 on the ground floor, the office is just under Target and around the corner from Best Buy. According to the chamber, the 10 year lease with Westfield...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    April 6, 2012

Measure X Would Raise ‘Bed Tax’

Virtually overlooked in the citywide election next week is Measure X, which would raise the Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT), also known as the “Bed Tax” from 12% to 14% on visitors staying in...

 
 News    April 6, 2012

Dear Editor

I Cannot Vote For Scott Malsin Recently I read an article in The Front Page Online about Scott Malsin's assets. He complains he needs his health and retirement benefits. Yet Malsin is a millionaire and he wants residents to pay for his health...

 
 News    April 6, 2012

Dear Editor

We enthusiastically endorse Meghan Sahli-Wells for Culver City Council. Meghan would greatly broaden the council's ability to represent and relate to the full breadth of Culver City's diverse and vibrant community. We've especially been impressed by...

 
 News    April 6, 2012

Dear Editor

I support Scott Malsin for City Council. I have worked with him as a fellow Councilmember on many important issues. He has done an excellent job and has served the City well. His dedication and attention to detail on many complex issues has...

 
 News    April 6, 2012

Dear Editor:

I've had several occasions to contact Andy Weissman about neighborhood matters during his current council term. I have always found him to be very responsive, contacting city staff as necessary. This is what makes it worth living in Culver City....

 
 News    April 6, 2012

Dear Editor

Every election brings with it new personalities, new promises and new ideas – some sensible, and some, not so, sensible. Having gotten to know the 2012 City Council candidates, I think it’s clear that one person stands out. Andy Weissman has...

 
 News    April 6, 2012

Dear Editor, Publisher

Why are Molly, Leslie and Scott Wyant supporting Andy Weissman for the City Council? Experience. He's been a positive force in the community for decades. We've lived here for more than 20 years, and it seems like every time we turned around, Andy was...

 
 News    April 6, 2012

Dear Editor

I’m voting for Scott Malsin on Tuesday. Frankly, it is an easy decision. I am looking for the best possible city council for Culver City. The best possible city council must include Scott Malsin. Scott’s experience is unequalled. Scott’s...

 
 News    April 6, 2012

Dear Editor

As an Abood, my name appears at the very top of the list of Scott Malsin's supporters. My husband's name appears directly after mine. On Saturday I received a copy of George Laase's letter to the Front Page on Line at my home. The copy arrived...

 
 News    April 6, 2012

Birthdays

Catching up on Birthday greetings we wish a happy birthday to Michael Fate, Doneil Weissman, Don Perlick, Don Ericsson, Andy Weissman, Maureen Genteman, Marilyn Freiden Clark, Bev Peterson, Jody Hall Esser, Elizabeth Hawkes, Sheila Benjamin, Bernice...

 
 News    April 6, 2012

Longtime Culver Businessman Larson Dies

Vern Larsen, a former Culver City resident, service club member and business owner, passed away in his sleep on Tuesday, March 27 at his home in San Juan Capistrano. Vern, 83, leaves his wife Darlene, sons Glenn (Candy) and Wayne (Diane), as well as...

 
 By Lynne Bronstein    News    April 6, 2012

Six Vie For Four Council Seats

Voters To Choose On Tuesday Jim Clarke A 17-year Culver City resident, Jim Clarke currently works as Director, Mayor’s Office of Grants for the City of Los Angeles. He helps to secure grant funding...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    April 6, 2012

O’Leary Highlights City Accomplishments at Mayor’s Luncheon

Wrapping up his year as Culver City Mayor, Micheal (Mehaul) O’Leary sang and spoke to a sellout crowd at the 32nd Annual Mayor’s Luncheon last Thursday at the DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton in Culver...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    April 6, 2012

Centaurs Tune Up with Non-League Games

Wisely, Culver City High schedules challenging non-league baseball games to prepare for the Ocean League. The strategy worked last season when the Centaurs didn’t win the league championship but...