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Mayoral Rotation at Next Council Meeting

The Culver City Council will select a new mayor Monday night without the acrimony of last year's annual rotation. Vice Mayor Goran Eriksson will most likely take over the mayoral reins as current...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    April 23, 2020

Chargers Draft Their Quarterback of the Future

When the Chargers and quarterback Philip Rivers mutually agreed to part ways earlier this year, it left the team without a franchise quarterback or a quarterback of the future for the first time in...

 

Current Coronavirus Totals

As of press time the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health reports 44 cases of COVID19 in Culver City with one death attributed to the virus. Countywide the total infected stands at 15,140 with 663 deaths. The rate of infection in Culver...

 

Restaurants

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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 Letters    COVID-19    April 23, 2020

City Should Assume Liability For Unpaid Rents

Dear Editor, I sent the following to Culver City's City Manager John Nachbar regarding his Public Order dated March 27, 2020, which in essence puts the onerous on landlords to assume a financial...

 

ROBERT "Sweet Old Bob" MARTZ

Robert Martz was born in Cleveland, Ohio on August 15, 1931. He married Joan (Mary Joan Polivka), also from Cleveland, in 1953. While in the Army, their first child, George, was born, and at only 30...

 

World's Most Remote Territory Bans Visitors, In an Attempt to Avoid Covid-19 outbreak

By Samuel Alioto Coronavirus epidemic avoided (hopefully) in the world's most remote inhabited islands, Tristan de Cunha Citing an influenza epidemic somehow brought to the Island in March, the...

 

Exer Urgent Care Now Offering COVID-19 Testing

Exer Urgent Care, an ER alternative staffed by ER doctors, today announced onsite testing for COVID-19 is available at clinic locations across Southern California. This news comes following Los Angele...

 

Dodgers Launch COVID-19 Relief Efforts

The Los Angeles Dodgers, Dodgers Foundation, and iHeartMedia Los Angeles announced today that they will be providing critical donations to support local COVID-19 relief efforts that will aim to...

 

Council Votes Gun Stores as "Essential Service"

Faced with hundreds of speaker cards supporting gun stores and read by the city clerk, the city council voted 5-0 to allow Martin B. Retting gun store to remain open. Council ruled that firearm retailers are part of the essential critical...

 

From City Hall

From the Offices of John Nachbar, City Manager and Emergency Services Manager The City of Culver City continues to cooperate with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to respond...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    April 23, 2020

Culver City Animals

Dear Editor: Following up on the recent letter by Madeline Bernstein, President spcaLA, “In time of uncertainty, spcaLA is essential”, I would like to add information for those residents who love...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    April 23, 2020

Chargers 2020 NFL Mock Draft

The Los Angeles Chargers will be entering the 2020 NFL draft with the need for a quarterback of the future, the need to add speed on the outside and the need to add depth on the offense. This draft...

 

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