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Articles from the February 10, 2022 edition

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CC Starts Construction on Culver Boulevard to Expand Outdoor Dining

Culver City has started construction on Culver Boulevard between Duquesne Avenue and Canfield Avenue to expand the outdoor dining program. The work will be completed by the end of March 2022. This pro...

 

RamsDefeat Bengals in Super Bowl

FromReuters News Service The hometown Los Angeles Rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 on Sunday to win their second Super Bowl championship in franchise history. With the win, the Rams, whose last NFL title came 22 years ago when they were based...

 

LASD Reminds Football Fans to Enjoy the Super Bowl Responsibly

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department reminds football fans to stick to the “go safely” game plan and designate a sober driver if they plan on drinking at a Super Bowl LVI watch party....

 

LA County Mask Mandate Could be Lifted by April

The mask mandate in Los Angeles County could end in early April if current trends continue, health officials said this week. The number of Covid-19 positive patients in county hospitals dropped below...

 

Planning Commission Approves Plans for New Office Complex Next to Ballona Creek

The Culver City Planning Commission reviewed on Wednesday night development plans for a three-story, 51,178-square-foot office complex on Jefferson Boulevard next to Ballona Creek. After a lively...

 

WorldWar II Veteran Lessner Honored with Quilt From Blue Star Mothers

On Saturday, January 29, a WWII 102-year-old veteran and Culver City resident EUGENE L. LESSNER was presented a Veteran's Honor Quilt by Army LTC Marc Yim. The quilt was from Blue Star Mothers of...

 

Criminal, Civil Jury Trials Resume Effective Monday Mandatory Face Mask Order Remains in Effect in All Courthouses

Presiding Judge Eric C. Taylor today announced the full resumption of Civil jury trials and Criminal trials and preliminary hearings beginning Monday, February 14 as the Omicron surge continues to...

 

Metro Bags Over $1 Billion From Feds

L.A. Metro Awarded $1.24 billion from Federal American Rescue Plan Act to Maintain Service and Project Progress The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) recently announced...

 

Metro Offer Bonus to New Bus Drivers

Metro Operators are crucial to keeping LA moving. Metro is currently hiring more than 500 bus operators and is offering a $3,000 bonus for coming aboard. This is a great career opportunity. Metro offers competitive hourly rates starting at $17.75...

 

Culver City High School sends four teams to the CIF Playoffs

The second season started this week for four Culver City high school varsity teams. Making the CIF playoffs is what high school teams play for because once you are in anything can happen. Just ask...

 

USC and UCLA play the other Big Game this weekend

There will be two big games played in Los Angeles this weekend. The Rams with battle the Bengals in the Super Bowl at 3:30 p.m. at SoFi Stadium in the biggest game on Sunday and UCLA will travel to...

 

Rams hoped to be crowned Super Bowl Champs on Sunday

The only question remaining is: Can the Los Angeles Rams deliver the Lombardi Trophy for the very first time to the City of Angels? Head coach Sean McVay and the Rams will get their second shot at...

 

FREE PROGRAM BY WEST LA COLLEGE & WEST COAST DENTAL CREATING JOBS & FILLING GAPS

A new partnership between local community college West Los Angeles College (WLAC) and major California dental employer West Coast Dental, Inc. (WCD) is helping to address the urgent need for qualified...

 

IN THE TRENCHES WITH CULVER ARTS

“Creativity takes courage.” ~ Henri Matisse The chaos resulting from the continuing battle with COVID has certainly confirmed that. And the Culver City Arts Foundation (“Culver Arts”) has...

 

Special Events Grant Program Pre-Application Meeting

The Culver City Special Events Grant Program provides a centralized process for sponsorship and funding requests for local events. New and returning applicants are required to attend the online Pre-Application Meeting on February 17 at 7 PM. "The...

 

ABC Suspends Alcohol License of Culver City Bar Following Fatal DUI Crash

The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) announced on Tuesday that it suspended the alcohol license of Cinema Bar in Culver City following a DUI crash that killed two people. The bar, located at 3967 Sepulveda Boulevard, is...

 

Dognapping Attempt at 14th St. and Pearl

By Stan Greene, Observer Staff Writer According to a post on NextDoor, dognappers attempted to steal a French Bulldog from an owner in Santa Monica. The three teenagers pinned the owner on the ground. But he beat them off through use of pepper spray....

 

Local Briefs

Acology to be Replaced by Marijuana Clinic Acology, an alternative medicine store on Wilshire Blvd west of 14th Street for the last 30 years, will soon be replaced by a weed store, multiple news sources reported. The marijuana dispensary will be the...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    February 10, 2022

Low Income Residents Depend on City WiFi

Our city wifi has been off in the Sunset Park area between 21st and 26th Streets on Ocean Park Boulevard, the Pico corridor and the Montana Avenue areas since May 26, 2021. this is a valuable service...

 

Suspect in Model's Death Pleads Not Guilty to Sexual Assaults

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer A man who was arrested in connection with the deaths of a model and her friend last year pleaded not guilty Monday to charges he sexually assaulted four women in alleged attacks dating back as far as 2010. Deputy...

 

Danny Alvarez Named New SM Fire Chief

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer Danny Alvarez has been appointed as the new Fire Chief of the Santa Monica Fire Department, city officials announced on Thursday. Alvarez comes to Santa Monica...

 

Parking Garage 3 to Stay, for Now

By Alyssa Erdley Observer Staff 2/4/22 - Demolition has once again been stayed for Parking Garage #3 in downtown Santa Monica. Following the dismissal on a technicality of a lawsuit brought by the...

 

Promenade Belongs to the Homeless

By Alyssa Erdley Observer Staff 2/2/22 - Squalid conditions downtown and on the Third Street Promenade appear to be causing much of the vacancies in retail spaces visible there today. The downtown and Promenade area were already ailing before the...

 

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