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Articles from the September 13, 2018 edition

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Work for City, Make $500,000 per Year

For those who missed my commentary last week, I am once again attaching a chart to this column showing the names, positions, and total amounts that key Culver City employees earned in 2017. The figure...

 

Concert to Honor Glen Campbell This Weekend

To honor the memory of the late, great superstar singer and guitarist Glen Campbell, his chief Grammy-winning songwriter Jimmy Webb, and his youngest banjo-strumming rising country star daughter...

 

Cents Stun Warren High in Final Seconds

It was a lightening bolt from heaven for Culver City High Football. The bleachers erupted in ecstasy when quarterback Zevi Eckhaus threw the game-winning touchdown, a 44-yard aerial bomb hitting wide...

 

Time to get Ready for Colder Months Ahead

With Autumn almost here, homeowners should act now to make sure that their property is ready to “weather” the rain that (hopefully) lies soon ahead. DEAR DAVE: I recently noticed that the paint...

 

Realty Roundup

The powerful California Association of Realtors is stepping-up its campaign for voters to approve Prop. 5 on the statewide November ballot but reject Prop. 10. The upcoming election is “critical to addressing California’s housing crisis through...

 

Longtime Culver Resident Renée Barmazel Passes

Renée Lesner Barmazel, a longtime Culver City resident, passed away earlier this month in San Luis Obispo. She was 88. Ms. Barmazel was very active in Culver City politics. She once served as a moderator of the Education Committee and helped to...

 

La Ballona Safe Routes to School Project at Community Event in Culver City

The City of Culver City and the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) Go Human campaign invite residents and visitors to bike, walk, skate or roll to Experience Elenda, a free community event to be held on Saturday, September 15,...

 

We Remember

Culver City Firefighters at all three stations gathered to remember the 2,983 people murdered at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2011. 412 first responders died including 343 New York City...

 

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