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Measure CC, Culver City Sales Tax Increase to Remain in Place

.Locally Culver City Measure CC which extends the sales tax increase the voters approved in 2012 won the support of extending it for an additional 10 year until 2031. The measure passed with a...

 

Wesson, Mitchell Face Runoff

In the hotly contested second district Supervisorial race Los Angeles City Councilman Herb Wesson will face State Senator Holly Mitchell in a runoff at the general election on November 3. Had either...

 

Primary Elections Next Tuesday

The two hot issues in Culver City are the election to replace Mark Ridley-Thomas in the 2nd Supervisorial District and Culver City Measure CC. Ridley-Thomas has termed out and is running for Herb Wess...

 

Meth, Stolen Cars and Credit Cards, Robbery Keep Police Busy

Submitted By the Culver City Police Department A routine traffic stop that yielded a loaded handgun and methamphetamine is among recent crimes committed in Culver City according to the Culver City...

 

Culver City Assemblywoman Gets Ok to Audit Sheriff

A Joint Legislative Audit Committee approves Assemblymember Sydney Kamlager's request to audit three county sheriffs' departments. The Los Angeles County, Alameda County and Fresno County sheriffs' de...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    February 27, 2020

Pleads to Save Community Garden

Dear City Council Members and City Clerk: I am a Culver City gardener, a long-term Culver City resident and business owner. On behalf of my fellow gardeners and potential members we implore you to...

 

Free Garden and Compost Workshops Return

LA County’s Smart Gardening Program Brings Organic Gardening and Composting Education to Culver City LA County Public Works will offer its Smart Gardening Intro to Composting program at Veterans Memorial Complex from 9:30 to 11:00am on Saturday,...

 

Bellflower Rings the Final Bell for Culver City in CIF Soccer Semi Finals

By Rob Aigner A great run into the CIF boy's division 4 soccer playoffs has ended the Culver City boys' soccer season in the CIF playoff semi-final game courtesy of Bellflower High School. The team lo...

 

St. Bernard High Hires of Manuel Douglas

St. Bernard High School today announced the hiring of former Narbonne High School Coach Manuel "Manny" Douglas to take over the reins of the Vikings football program. Douglas, who had been embroiled...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    February 27, 2020

USC Football Recruiting Position Nosedives

In college football, the top teams recruit well. In the 2020 football recruiting class, the top five teams were Georgia, Clemson, Alabama, LSU and Ohio State. Four of those five schools have won...

 

Sports Spring into Action at Culver City High School

The birds are singing and the flowers are blooming and that means its spring time. It also means 10 Culver City high school sports are in the starting blocks and are off to the races. Baseball, golf,...

 

Boys Baseball Scores Well in Tournament

The Centaur baseball season is off to another fine start despite losing the 2020 SoCal Invitational tournament Championship game on a comfortable Tuesday afternoon, February 25, at Culver City High....

 

Colin Hay at the Saban Theatre this Friday

Colin Hay, best known as the lead singer for Men At Work, is making a solo appearance at Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills on February 28. Men At Work is the platinum-selling Australian band that topped...

 

Jose Feliciano a Living Legend at The Grammy Museum

Living Legend, Jose Feliciano, recently made an appearance at The Grammy Museum's intimate Clive Theatre for a sold-out Q & A and performance, moderated by Executive Director Scott Goldman. At...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    February 27, 2020

In my opinion, we do not have a homeless crisis in Culver City.

There is no evidence that any resident of Culver City is homeless and living on the streets of Culver City. Let us end this facade by taking the follow steps: 1. Return the $23 million in federal and...

 

New Mayoral Rotation Flawed

After its 2018 debacle dealing with mayoral rotation, the City Council will consider at next Monday night’s meeting a new proposal to change “council policy” regarding the selection of Mayor and Vice Mayor. In what is commonly called as the...

 

Culver Resident Glodney Honored for Career of Distinction

Culver City resident Carole Glodney, President of Goldrich Kest subsidiary GK Management Co., Inc. has been honored with the National Affordable Housing Management Association's (NAHMA) Industry...

 

Mayor Proposes Tax Hike for Culver City Businesses

Buoyed by sales tax initiatives on both the March and November ballots, Culver City Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells has proposed a major increase in the business tax. The city, which has a history of using...

 

Rubenstein Column

Neil Rubenstein is recovering from surgery and his column will not appear this week. We expect his column to return to the Culver City Observer when he recovers....

 

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