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 By John Nachbar    News    November 24, 2016

City Manager's Update

City Manager’s Office • Downtown Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony – On Thursday, December 1 at 6 pm join the City Council and the Culver City Downtown Business Association at the Annual Tree Light...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    November 17, 2016

Will The Culver Sanitation Department Close?

Is the rumored closing of the Culver City Sanitation Department true? Is billionaire medical doctor Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, buying the Culver City Sanitation Station and causing the sanitation...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    November 11, 2016

City Manager's Update

• WLAC Liaison Committee - The first meeting of the West Los Angeles College / Culver City Liaison Committee meeting was held at City Hall on November 1. Committee Members (from right to left)...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    November 3, 2016

Tax Hikes, Charter Changes Greet Voters in Culver City

If you can get past the Presidential Election and the 17 statewide propositions on the ballot, Culver City faces several important decisions in Tuesday's election. First and most importantly is the...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    November 3, 2016

It Will Be A Long, Long Complex Election Day

This election on November 8 will be so long, what with federal offices, judges, propositions, bonds and taxes, and the “facts” mailed by the pro and anti camps, you just have to wonder how many...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    November 3, 2016

Former Mayor's Endorse Charter Change

As former Mayors of Culver City we urge Culver City voters to join us in supporting Measure CA on the November 8 ballot In 2006 the voters approved changing our City Charter and our system of...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    October 27, 2016

Another Parcel Tax? It's A Possibility

So what happened to the $20 bill? Just how long does it take to remove President Jackson and put in Harriet Tubman? I believe the Central Valley’s bullet train just shot its backers in their feet....

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 27, 2016

Dear Editor,

Dear Editor, Do you want to preserve democracy in Culver City? If so, please go to the end of a very long ballot on Tuesday, November 8 (or when you receive your vote-by-mail ballot), and vote NO on M...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    October 20, 2016

Columnist Likes Kim Nguyen For Superior Court Judge

Kim Nguyen is running for Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Office 158. Kim placed first in the June primary election, and is now facing off against the second place finisher. Currently, Kim is...

 
 News    October 20, 2016

Culver City Community Coalition Urges No Vote on Measure CA

Culver City Community Coalition has launched the NO on Measure CA Campaign to defeat one of four local measures that will appear on the November ballot. The election will be held Tuesday, November 8. Vote by mail ballots have already been received....

 
 News    October 13, 2016

City Manager's Update

City Manager’s Office • Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Convening of Mayors - On September 28 Mayor Clarke represented the City at Mayor Garcetti’s 11th Convening of Los Angeles County Mayors. The meeting took place in Cudahy. The group...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    October 6, 2016

How Will Culver City Honor Kirk Douglas' 100th Birthday?

I just wonder what Mayor Clarke and Culver City are planning for Kirk Douglas’s 100th birthday this fall. I thought the September/October 2016 issue of The Saturday Evening Post was particularly...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    September 15, 2016

Innocent People In Jail? Yes, It Happens

All of us have heard on the radio or seen on television or read in the newspaper about law enforcement agencies doing bad things to good people. How many instances have there been when police and/or...

 
 News    September 8, 2016

City Manager's Update

• Culver City Chamber Vice President Retires – Culver City Chamber of Commerce Vice President Barbara Brody retired on August 31. In honor of her retirement, Council Member and former Chamber of Commerce Chair Göran Eriksson presented a City...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    September 8, 2016

How About Hiring Women In Culver Fire Department?

In November vote for our firefighters, our paramedics and our police and against the power-grabbing politicians who just want their $250,000 salaries and $200,000 pensions. It seems as though in...

 
 News    September 1, 2016

CCFD & CCPD Respond to MTA Bus Crash In Culver

An early morning crash on Wednesday between an MTA Bus and a dump truck at the Jefferson Boulevard off ramp on the 405 freeway initiated a major response from Culver City Police and Fire along with...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    August 25, 2016

Some More Thoughts About Martin Cole's Departure

Is it possible? Is it possible? Could the moaning and knees shaking noises coming from the City Hall be from the very nervous and worried pencil sharpeners group members? It’s pure speculation at...

 
 News    August 18, 2016

City Manager's Update to the City Council

• Olympic Champion Visits Culver City’s Expo Station – On August 10th, Mayor Jim B. Clarke welcomed four-time Olympic champion John Naber to the Culver City Station of the Metro Expo Line. Naber broke four world records while earning four gold...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    August 4, 2016

City Manager's Update

• Culver City’s Boulevard Music Summer Festival - Enjoy an evening in Culver City for the 2016 Culver City Boulevard Music Summer Festival! Boulevard Music presents a total of six free concerts...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    July 14, 2016

City Manager's Update

4th of July Fireworks Show! - The Culver City Exchange Club’s 50th Annual 4th of July Fireworks Show was held at West Los Angeles College on the evening of Monday, July 4. . Featuring: o Garden...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    June 23, 2016

City Manager's Update

City Manager’s Office  Summer Heat Wave Safety Tips - During periods of extreme heat conditions, extra precaution should be taken to ensure the safety of older adults, infants and children, as...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    June 23, 2016

Hearing Loss Could Become Diabetes

You are going to England stop in Kent at the Leeds Castle and see the museum with over 100 dog collars. Hearing loss may be an early warning of diabetes. Multiple researc h studies have indicated...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    June 2, 2016

Why Did City Clerk Martin Cole Leave His Job?

Is it possible? Is it possible? Can the moaning and knee-shaking noises coming from city hall be coming from the very nervous and worried pencil sharpeners’ group members? It’s pure speculation...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    May 26, 2016

City Manager's Update

• Expo Grand Opening Ceremony – Council Members Göran Eriksson, Meghan Sahli-Wells, and Thomas Small joined Mayor Jim B. Clarke who addressed a VIP group at the Grand Opening Ceremony for the...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    May 19, 2016

Emergency Service May Be Moved From Here

I have mentioned this several times before, so to many it will be no surprise. In the room I use as my office I have five-drawer filing cabinets. a two-drawer filing cabinet, plus numerous boxes so...

 

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