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Culver City Measure RE: Fair Property Transfer Tax? Or 'Millionaire Mansion Tax?'

When Culver City residents cast their ballots in the next two weeks, they will also decide the fate of Measure RE, which would increase the city's real estate transfer tax (RETT) for sales above $1.5 million. If approved, Measure RE would generate...

 

Young Adults Still Driving Covid-19 Cases; Culver City's Infection Rate Slowing Down

Public health officials this week reported that young adults are still driving up L.A. County's Covid-19 cases but the rate of inflection is slowing down, especially in Culver City. Throughout the...

 

Robbery Suspect Arrested

On Saturday October 18, at 3:24 PM, Culver City Police Officers responded to a radio call of a vehicle break-in in progress in the 3400 block of Cattaragus Avenue. During the incident, the owner of...

 

Burglary at Samy's Camera

On Sunday October 18 at 10:14 PM, Culver City Police Officers responded to a call of a possible burglary in progress at Samy's Camera located 4411 Sepulveda Boulevard. The reporting party noticed the...

 

CCUSD Named Third Most Diverse District in the State

Niche, a website that helps parents discover schools and neighborhoods that are right for them, has named Culver City Unified School District the third most diverse school district in California. The...

 

Covid-19 Affects Fundraising Activities For Advisory Council

Instead of preparing to celebrate another school year, we continue to react in real-time to the exigencies of a global pandemic, civil unrest, and the deepest recession in recent memory. Unfortunately, one of the results of the Corona virus is the...

 

Parking Enforcement extended

To make every effort to help people stay home and slow the spread of OVID-19, the City of Culver City will continue relaxed parking enforcement through November 14 and will be subject to extensions...

 

CC Policing Report Lacking Key Data, New Council to Tackle Issue in January

The City Council met this week to discuss the findings of the Public Safety Report and recommendations from the City Manager's office in regard to "changes in police standards and budgeting" in...

 

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Shooting on Venice and Sepulveda Blvd

On Wednesday October 14, at 1221 AM, Culver City Police Officer’s, along with the Culver City Fire Department received a radio call of a shooting that just occurred in the area of Venice Blvd and Sepulveda Blvd. Upon the officer’s arrival, a...

 

Culver City to Host Virtual Job Fair October 16

The Culver City’s Economic Recovery Task Force will host a free virtual job fair this Friday, October 16, from 10 a.m. to noon. The event, which will be produced as part of the City’s economic recovery efforts in collaboration with the Chamber of...

 

Measure B Proponents Maintain They're not Against Rent Control

Leaders of Protect Culver City, the much-maligned, local political action committee that placed the rent control initiative on November 3 ballot, told the Observer this week that Measure B was never meant as a “statement for or against rent...

 

VILLAGE WELL PRESENTS PERIPATETIC POET BRIAN SONIA-WALLACE

Ever wonder what it would be like to be a young poet roaming the country with your manual typewriter, hiring yourself out in malls and wherever you could set up a little work area so you could have...

 

Police Foil Burglary

On Saturday October 3 at 10:45 PM, Culver City Police Officers responded to a residential burglary in the 4000 block of Minerva Avenue. Officers arrived and met with the elderly resident who stated...

 

Message from the Chief of Police

The Culver City Police Department respects and recognizes the rights and liberties afforded to all members of our community under the First Amendment, including activists, community groups, and labor...

 

Culver City Just Lost its Moral Compass

Dear Editor, As a thirty-five year resident of Culver City, I've seen lots of changes - some good and some bad. But never yet have I witnessed the City losing its moral compass . . . until tonight, June 25, 2018. The City Council convened to discuss...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 8, 2020

The Genesis of Protect Culver City and Measure B

By Ron Bassilian, president of Protect Culver City Shortly after midnight on June 25 2019, Councilmembers laid bare their plans to phase in rent control. At that late hour, a number of us gathered...

 

Westfield Sues LA County to Reopen Malls

The operator of the Westfield Culver City is suing Los Angeles County, seeking to reopen its malls and challenging the coronavirus shutdown in the region. In their court papers obtained this week,...

 

Tito's Handmade Vodka & Tito's Tacos Host Third Annual "Tito's Fiesta Mexicana

Austin-based Tito's Handmade Vodka and Los Angeles-based Tito's Tacos are teaming up for the third year in a row to host a 2020 version of Tito's Fiesta Mexicana on Sunday, October 4 to celebrate Nati...

 

CC Council Adopts Rent Control Ordinance; Measure B May Void It

The City Council this week formally adopted a new comprehensive rent control ordinance, offering strong tenant protections to more than 7000 renters in Culver City. However, the new law, which takes...

 

Culver City Seeking Public Input to Improve Traffic Safety

Culver City needs your input to improve traffic safety. Culver City is developing a comprehensive Local Roadway Safety Plan (LRSP) that will enable the City to determine potential traffic safety projects. “The plan’s goal is to identify traffic...

 

LAX Noise Website Launched

In response to rising complaints about roaring jet noises over Los Angeles and Culver City, the operator of LAX has announced it launched an interactive website providing access to information about...

 

LET THERE BE LIGHT

One way or another, pandemic notwithstanding, the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life of Baldwin Hills, which includes the communities of Culver City, Ladera Heights, View Park, Windsor Hills,...

 

Culver City Council Approves New Rent Control Ordinance

The City Council this week took one final step toward adopting a new comprehensive rent control ordinance in Culver City. At a marathon meeting Monday night, Councilmembers voted 4-1 to introduce two...

 

Sizzler Chain Files for Bankruptcy

Sizzler, the restaurant chain founded in Culver City in 1958, has declared bankruptcy, filing for Chapter 11 in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California on Monday. The company, which currently operates 107 locations, said...

 

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