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Come Celebrate Our Cultural Corridor

What do you get when three unique museums, all within two blocks of each other, join forces to present free tours from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Nov. 9 as the kick-off event of the Culver City Cultural...

 

A Potpourri of Poetry

Roses are red, Violets are blue. Let me share my day of poetry With you . . . September 20, 2017 marked 100 years from the day the Culver City city charter was issued. Several special community...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    April 26, 2018

New Council Will Take Seats Monday Night

Newly elected councilmen Alex Fisch and Daniel Lee will be sworn in and take seats on the Culver City City Council Monday night. They will replace Jim Clarke and Jeff Cooper who we step down due to...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    April 26, 2018

COUNCIL VIOLATES POLICY

Shock and disgust were evident in the council chambers Monday night. Unity and kindness flew out the window as the council skipped over the next candidate scheduled to become Vice Mayor. Goran...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    April 26, 2018

Expression of Gratitude to All City Council Members

City Council members, because of our recent city council race, this has been a time of celebration for some, and a time of frustration and disappointment for others. I regret this, but it’s...

 

Clarke Promotes Culver City As Industry Hub

Culver City Councilman Jim Clarke endorsed Culver City's potential at a panel discussion of issues impacting families of children with a developmental disability. The discussion focused on legal,...

 
 By Carole Bell    News    April 19, 2018

Culver Studios Dedicates Historic Bungalows

A historic dedication ceremony was held Wednesday at The Culver Studios, with a ribbon-cutting moment for the fabled bungalows' renovation. The four bungalows were actually moved to a prominent...

 

Observer Publisher Files Complaint with State Bar

Culver City Observer Publisher Stephen Hadland has filed a complaint with the California State Bar against attorney Les Greenberg, Esq. for requesting criminal charges be filed against him and Culver City Councilman Jim Clarke. Greenberg sent...

 

City Attorney Rejects Claims to File Criminal Charges Against Observer Publisher & City Councilman

Carol Schwab, the City Attorney of Culver City, rejected requests by local resident Les Greenberg to file criminal charges against Culver City Observer Publisher Stephen Hadland and Culver City Councilman Jim Clarke in regard to an election article...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    March 29, 2018

Councilman Jim Clark on City Council Election

Dear Editor, As you are aware, Mayor Jeff Cooper and I are both termed out and there are two open seats in the upcoming City Council election on April 10th. We are both in agreement that we want...

 

Publisher, Councilmember Threatened With Criminal Prosecution

The Culver City Observer and Councilman Jim Clarke have received notice from Culver City Resident Les Greenberg that he had sent a letter to Scott Bixby, Culver City Chief of Police requesting...

 
 By Jim Clarke    Opinion    March 29, 2018

Councilman Decries Lack of Civility

Last week, we were witness to a vulgar display of free speech. I wish to repudiate in the strongest terms the profane language used against my fellow Council colleagues and the men and women of the...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    March 22, 2018

Retiring Mayor Takes a Look Back

Culver City Mayor Jeff Cooper was beaming as he addressed over 400 residents and business people on Tuesday at the annual Mayor's luncheon. "Culver City is at the cutting edge of cities around the...

 

Fox Hills Plaza on Hold

The following statement was issued on Monday by Councilmembers Goran Eriksson And Jim Clarke regarding Fox Hills Plaza: “As a result of discussions between Council members Goran Eriksson and Jim Clarke with real estate developers HSH Management,...

 

Full Text of Mayor Jeffrey Cooper's Speech

Thank you, Colin. And thanks to the Chamber for organizing this lunch. It has truly been an honor to serve as your Mayor for the past year. I would most importantly like to thank my wife Rafia and...

 

Councilman Clarke Endorses Tiggs

Former Culver City Mayor and current City Councilmember Jim Clarke has added his name to the growing list of endorsements of Marcus Tiggs, candidate for the Culver City Council in the April 10...

 

Kindness Takes the Lead in Culver City

Culver City is making kindness a priority. “Living in a large urban center, it’s easy to forget that we’re all human beings,” said Culver City Mayor Jeffrey Cooper. “In everybody’s everyday hustle and bustle and in the rush to get from...

 

JIM CLARKE HONORED BY FRIENDS OF THE SANDY SEGAL YOUTH HEALTH CENTER

The Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center will honor Councilman Jim Clarke at their annual fundraiser on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at a private venue in Marina Del Rey. For information on...

 

Albert Vera Pulls Papers to Run for City Council Seat

Business owner, Civil Service Commissioner and lifelong Culver City resident Albert Vera officially pulled papers to appear on the April, 2018 City Council ballot on Monday, December 18. Flanked by...

 

SANDY SEGAL YOUTH HEALTH CENTER WILL LET THEIR DREAMS SAIL

Save the date for the annual Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center annual fundraising gala on Saturday, February 24, 2018. The theme of the event this year is Let Their Dreams Sail. Councilman Jim B. Clarke will be honored for his many...

 

Residents Balk at 30 New Oil Wells and Fracking

After receiving numerous requests from residents the Culver City City Council granted a 120-day extension of the public review period for the submission of written comments on the Inglewood Oil Field...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    November 2, 2017

Urgent! Do You Want 30 new toxic oil wells & fracking in Culver City?

Monday night, November 6th, the Culver City Council will decide if they want to allow further discussion and comment on 1000+ pages of a Specific Plan showing where they will allow oil wells to be...

 

$2.5 Billion Needed To Protect An Oil Company Blowout?

Sometime in Mid-September Culver City is planning to put out an Oil and Gas Drilling Regulations Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Public to review and comment on, Citizen Activists...

 
 By Carole Bell    Opinion    June 15, 2017

Music: A Little Gem of A Concert by Culver City Symphony

That's what Frank Fetta promised. I agree. Last Saturday's concert by the Culver City Symphony glittered. The orchestra had three rehearsals during the week; I watched them turn a plain room with fold...

 

Arizona Has Law Enforcement Jobs Available

Perhaps you just know a member of the family or a friend who would like to be in law enforcement. Well, tell that lucky person to gas up his/her car and drive to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office...

 

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