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 By Carole Bell    Opinion    June 15, 2017 

Music: A Little Gem of A Concert by Culver City Symphony

That's what Frank Fetta promised. I agree. Last Saturday's concert by the Culver City Symphony glittered. The orchestra had three rehearsals during the week; I watched them turn a plain room with fold...

 

Arizona Has Law Enforcement Jobs Available

Perhaps you just know a member of the family or a friend who would like to be in law enforcement. Well, tell that lucky person to gas up his/her car and drive to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office...

 

Look For Excitement In Culver City Council 2018 Election

When you are traveling between Savannah, Georgia and Jacksonville, Florida take a small detour and visit the Mildred Huie Plantation and Museum for an appointment and personal tour, (912) 638-8425....

 

The Fan-tastic Search for Ms. Culver City Elegance 2017

We live in uncertain times but of one thing you can be sure: Sunday, May 7, 2017 the Culver City Senior Center was clearly the place to be for an entertaining and exciting display of lovely ladies...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    May 4, 2017

Twelve Year Terms For Council Members?

Although some just might think the election ended in November (and for many it did), for others the preparation for the next Culver City council race just began. We know the reason the conservative...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    April 27, 2017

Outgoing Mayor Clarke Backs Direct Election of Mayor Cooper Elected Mayor, Small Vice-Mayor

Outgoing Mayor Jim Clarke said in his final remarks before returning to his seat on the city council, “I loved being Mayor.” He also stressed that his top priorities for the past year have been,...

 

UCLA Health Magazine Has A Lot To Offer

In Georgia’s De Kalb County Hillary Clinton received more than 78 percent of the votes cast for president in 2016. I hope Councilmember Jim Clarke’s ears are on, because for all you...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    April 27, 2017

John Riordan, Culver City's Citizen Of The Year

WHEREAS, from the moment he arrived in Culver City, John Riordan has made instant friends and created long lasting relationships; and, WHEREAS, John Riordan Plumbing, Inc. is celebrating its 50th year...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    News    April 20, 2017

Gas Tax Soars In New Jersey

I don’t believe it, but 83-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg can normally bench-press 70 pounds, per her personal trainer. 2016 was a bad year for the people of New Jersey. No longe...

 

Culver Eagle Scouts Honored

It was a special "Court of Honor" last week for four local scouts from Culver City Troop 108 who achieved the rank of Eagle Scout, the top rank in the Boy Scouts of America. Achieving the rank...

 

Gigantic City Pensions Bother This Columnist

The last time any of us were at Culver City city hall we noticed the number of empty desks. Perhaps a better usage of space would be to consolidate city functions on two floors and the school...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    March 30, 2017

SANCTUARY CITY Culver City Risks Losing Federal Funds By Protecting Illegal Aliens

On Tuesday the City Council of the City of Culver City adopted a Resolution to declare Culver City a sanctuary city for illegal aliens. According to the Resolution, "The City of Culver City is a sanct...

 

Centennial Mayor's Luncheon Coming on April 18

Mayor Jim B. Clark will be speaking at the Centennial Mayor's Luncheon on Tuesday, April 18 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Los Angeles Westside located at 6161 W Centinela Avenue, Culver City. The...

 

Culver's Deficit Exceeds $360 Million?

Has Mayor Jim Clarke mentioned our city of approximately 40,000 is in the red by over $360 million? Perhaps Jeff Cooper, soon to be mayor, will get a loan from his employer, Wells Fargo Bank, to cover...

 

Polystyrene Ban Creates Council Debate

By Stephen Hadland Observer Publisher Mayor Jim Clarke and Councilwoman Meghan Sahli-Wells debated an amendment introduced by Clarke to the ban on plastics and polystyrene. The ban is modeled on the...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    February 16, 2017

Report To The People

City Manager’s Office Interagency Communication Interoperability (ICI) System On February 2 Mayor Jim B. Clarke, Fire Chief Dave White and staff participated the ICI System Strategic Planning...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    February 2, 2017

Report To The People

Screenland 5K The City is cosponsoring the Screenland 5K, which will take place the morning of Sunday, February 26 throughout downtown Culver City. This Centennial related event is open to the...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    December 29, 2016

City Manager's Update

City / West Los Angeles College Liaison Board - The second meeting of the City / West Los Angeles College Liaison Board meeting was held on December 5. Council Members Göran Eriksson and Thomas...

 

Culver to Celebrate Martin Luther King Day Again

Culver City’s 12th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration event will take place on Saturday, January 14, at 11 am at the Culver City Senior Center, 4095 Overland Avenue in Culver City. “I’m looking forward to this celebration in honor...

 

City Manager's Update

City Manager’s Office Mayor Addresses Chamber of Commerce – Mayor Jim B. Clarke spoke at the Culver City Chamber's Issues & Eggs on November 30 at the Courtyard by Marriott. Highlights of his presentation included the City Council’s recent...

 
 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)...

 

CULVER CITY TO SUE FAA

The Culver City City Council voted Monday night to sue the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) over the agency’s plan to refigure air traffic over Southern California. The FAA contends that the...

 

Mayor Clarke Explains Culver City Ballot Measures

On November 8 the voters of Culver City will head to the polls and cast votes that will have a significant impact on daily life. In addition to the Presidential race and other State contests, there...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 6, 2016

Dear Editor:

Dear Editor: Culver City is an ethical desert due to lack of state-mandated ethics training and City Attorney Carol Schwab’s lax attitude toward ethics. In matters involving factual determinations...

 

Centennial Kickoff Brings Out The Crowds

More than 1200 local residents marched in the Centennial Parade last Saturday to the delight of onlookers. Police cruisers, motorcycles and fire trucks were mixed in with scouts, schools, floats,...

 

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