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Articles from the June 20, 2019 edition

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Culver Plunge Evacuated

On Monday, June 17 in the early afternoon the Culver City Police Department was summoned to assist the Los Angeles Police Department about a stolen vehicle in the area of Overland Avenue and Braddock...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    June 20, 2019

Large Crowd Expected at Council Meeting Over "Rent Freeze"

Based on the public response to a proposed "Rent Freeze" a large crowd of renters and apartment owners is expected at Monday's council meeting. The discussion will include the "Rent Freeze"...

 

Stacy Abrams Considers White House Run

By Aidan Cessor, age 16 Culver City Middle School Kids Scoop Media Hosted at the historic Wilshire Ebell Theater in Hancock Park, Stacey Abrams was the featured author/guest at an event by Writers...

 

Culver City Should Cut Wasteful Spending

Guest Commentary By Paul Ehrlich Monday Night You Can Demand the CC City Council Chop Off Well Over $1,00,000 of Budget Bloat without Cutting Any Services Let’s face it, being on the City Council requires long hours, with essentially no...

 

Against Rent Control

Dear Council Members, I have owned a small 4-unit apartment building in Culver City for over 30 years. I depend on rental income for my living expenses. My living expenses increase every year. I maintain my apartment units in great condition. I am...

 

Protect Culver City Renters

On Monday June 24, the Culver City Council will consider a rent freeze. What is a rent freeze, and why does Culver City need one? Renters in Culver City currently only have the minimum protections required by state law. Landlords can raise rents as...

 

Will CCUSD Seek Another Parcel Tax?

Is it possible? I spoke to the President of the Culver City Board of Education at the Clayton Library and Museum on Sunday, June 8, 2019. My question, “Are you going to put another parcel tax for...

 

Culver High Wins El Rancho Passing Tourney

Culver Sets Record - Wins Passing Tourney Title Third Year in a Row This past Saturday, Culver City traveled to the San Gabrielle Valley to Pico Rivera to play in the El Rancho 7 on 7 passing...

 

The 2019 Culver Expo

This year's event will take attendees around Culver City, showcasing the many different things it has to offer. The EXPO is one of the largest Business Expos on the Westside Meet local business...

 

Welcome to Culver City Chamber of Commerce

The Culver City Chamber of Commerce is in business to support business: we are committed to strengthening the community by assisting businesses in achieving their full business potential. We are a...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    June 20, 2019

LA Football Club Faces San Jose Earthquakes

The U.S. Open Cup is the longest running soccer competition in the nation. The Cup has now managed to extend the streak to 106 consecutive years and counting. For the 1914 inaugural title, Brooklyn Fi...

 

Mary Carter Raised in Culver City

A celebration of the life of Bandon resident, Mary Carter, was held on Saturday, June 15, at the Langlois Community Church. Mary was born May 6, 1942 in Culver City, Calif., the daughter of Paul and Mildred Bole. She died June 2, 2019 in Bandon....

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    June 20, 2019

Anthony Davis Replaces Ball, Ingram and Hart

The Los Angeles Lakers finally accomplished something that they had been trying to do since January. They traded three players and three draft choices for one of the best players and big men in the...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    June 20, 2019

Clippers, Lakers Prepare for Next Season

Southern California native Kawhi Leonard was named the 2019 NBA finals MVP as the Toronto Raptors upset the favored Golden State Warriors and won their first NBA Championship. Leonard, who played his high school basketball at King High School in...

 

New Eagle Scouts

On Saturday, June 15, three Scouts from Scouting BSA Troop 927 were recognized for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. Candidates for Eagle Scout must earn 21 merit badges, rise through five ranks of...

 

A classic "The Diary of Anne Frank" retold from a cat's perspective

Story and photos by Mary Leipziger In 1996 Steven Rubin had the idea for retelling this tale in another media. His friend David Miller was a knowledgable of children's literature, had a poetic nature...

 

L.A. GOAL Celebrates 50 Years of Service, Synergy, and Solutions

Everything starts with a dream . . . According to my dictionary, one definition of jewel is "a person or thing that is treasured, esteemed, or indispensable." That certainly describes L.A. GOAL,...

 

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