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December 14 Marked The Sixtieth Anniversary of the Baldwin Hills Dam Collapse

On 14 December 1963, however, signs of lining failure began showing in the dam, with water from the reservoir leaking through the dam's east abutment. Around 11:15 A.M. on December 14, 1963, during a...

 

Sexual Assault Suspect Arrested by Culver City Police Department

On Thursday January 4, through DNA evidence, the suspect in this case was identified and quickly arrested on the I-5 Freeway after leaving a downtown Los Angeles hotel and boarding a bus headed...

 

City Council Awards Construction Contract for MOVE Culver City Modifications, Sidewalk Business Fees, Municipal Code Revisions

The MOVE Culver City project will see modifications in the coming months as City Council approved a contractor's bid on the planned work. Modifications will merge the bike and bus lane into one along...

 

Yasmine Imani-McMorrin Elected Mayor

The annual rotation of the Mayoral position took place at thee city council meeting on Monday December 1 when the council elected councilwoman Yasmine Imani McMorrin to become the city's next mayor. S...

 

Mc-McMorrin Elected Mayor

The annual rotation of the Mayoral position took place at thee city council meeting on Monday December 1 when the council elected councilwoman Yasmine Imani McMorrin to become the city's next mayor. S...

 

Council Continues Virtual Input at Council Meetings

The Monday night, Culver City Council Meeting on November 13 council voted unanimously to continue to allow public comments to be heard at meetings via virtual participation. Vice Mayor Yasmine...

 

Professor Charged with Involuntary Manslaughter of Jewish Protester

Manslaughter of Jewish Protester A 50-year-old professor at Moorpark College was charged Thursday with involuntary manslaughter and battery in connection with the death of Paul Kessler, 69, a Jewish...

 

Homeless Encampment Responsible for Freeway Fire?

By Stephen HADLAND Los Angeles motorists should expect traffic snarls during the Monday commute as crews assess how much damage was caused by a raging fire over the weekend that closed a major...

 

Culver City Sued Over MOVE Modification

On Thursday October 19, the City of Culver City was served with legal action as "Friends and Families for MOVE Culver City" filed a lawsuit questioning the legality of the City's recent adjustments...

 

City Council to Review City Committees

The Culver City City council meeting next Monday November 13, will address some housekeeping issues on various city committees. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7p.m. and will adjourn into closed...

 

School Board Sacks Quac Tran

CCUSD Superintendent Quoc Tran Suddenly resigned at Tuesday's meeting of the Culver City Board of Education effective immediately. Current CCUSD Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services Dr....

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    July 13, 2023

Move to Extend Rental Registry Deadline Fails

The city council voted not to extend registration by landlords for a 90 day extension on rental registration deadline Monday night. Both, with McMorrin noting that there was already a 30 day grace...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    May 18, 2023

Council Restores Lost Car Lane

The City Council voted 3-2 to end the land dedicated to bicyclists in downtown Culver City. In areas of Los Angeles County along a corridor from downtown Culver City to La Cienega Boulevard, cars...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    March 30, 2023

Governor Newsom Signs Gas Price Gouging Law

Following record gas price hikes and profits, Governor Newsom signed his special session bill designed to hold Big Oil accountable the latest measure the Governor has taken to rein in the industry....

 

OBrien, Renteria Lead in City Council race

AEarly results show O'Brien leading the votes with 3,923 votes and appear to be heading toward seats on the city council. Renteria and Puza are trailing close behind with 3,244 votes and 3,110 votes...

 

The Culver City Observer Says Vote No on Measure BL

Measure BL, on Culver City’s November ballot, is a proposal to raise the annual business license tax on Culver City businesses based on what category the business falls into and its gross revenues....

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    March 17, 2022

BRADY TO RETURN NEXT SEASON

The seven-time Super Bowl champion tweeted on Sunday that he's returning for a 23rd season overall and third with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. These past two months I've realized my place is still on...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    March 17, 2022

Move Senate Votes to Ok Year-Round Daylight Savings Time Forward

This week the the United States Senate approved a proposal to make daylight saving time permanent, which if passed in the House and signed by President Biden, would mean Americans would never again...

 

See Rick Springfield and Engelbert Humperdinck on stage at the Canyon Club performing their classics

There are two concerts coming to the Canyon Club venues that you don't want to miss. Rick Springfield takes the stage at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center on October 22 and the very next day,...

 

Culver City to Hold 911 Remembrance

Saturday on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the Culver City Police and Fire Departments will hold a remembrance ceremony at Culver City Fire...

 

EDITORIAL

MEASURE B - YES “Shall the measure adding Culver City Municipal Code Section 15.09.100 requiring voter approval of any ordinance establishing interim or permanent rent control or prohibition on...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    June 25, 2020

Council Majority Said CCPD will not see Layoffs

Protect Culver City, a political action commitee, predicted that they may face opposition, and they were right. Culver City Action Network organized about 40-50 speakers, who got in line first at...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    May 7, 2020

Eriksson Elected Mayor

The council voted unanimously to name Goran Eriksson Mayor and Alex Fisch as Vice Mayor. With the voter approved measure to move the city election from April to coincide with the general election in...

 

Culver City Council Extends Commercial Eviction Moratorium Through May 31

The Culver City Council met via conference call Monday night in compliance with the County Health Department's guidelines on large groups meeting in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis. During the...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    March 5, 2020

Wesson, Mitchell Face Runoff

In the hotly-contested Second District Supervisor race, Los Angeles City Councilman Herb Wesson will face State Senator Holly Mitchell in a runoff at the general election on November 3. Neither...

 

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