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  • Jul 11, 2024

    If you have already filed your DBA and it needs to be published, just scan the front page of the certified copy and email it to: publisher@culvercityobserver.com. We will publish it for 4 weeks. After the final run we will file a Proof of Publication with the county clerk. Our fee is $59. Be sure to include your phone number so we can call you for payment .I need to have this information to prepare the paperwork for your DBA: 1. Name you’ve selected for your business 2. Any additional names 3...

  • City Council Gets Gun Safety Report

    Jul 4, 2024

    Update on City's Homeless Efforts at this Week's Meeting The Culver City Police Department provided a presentation on Gun Violence Restraining Orders (GVRO). A GVRO is a civil court order requested by law-enforcement officers and select civilians, such as immediate family members, employers, or co-worker, when a person poses a danger to themselves or others. It prohibits controlling, possessing, purchasing, or receiving firearms, ammunition, and magazines. When used properly, a GVRO is one of...

  • City Council Awards Construction Contract for MOVE Culver City Modifications, Sidewalk Business Fees, Municipal Code Revisions

    Stephen Hadland, Culver CityObsever Editor & Publisher|Jan 1, 2024

    The MOVE Culver City project will see modifications in the coming months as City Council approved a contractor's bid on the planned work. Modifications will merge the bike and bus lane into one along the downtown corridor portion of the pilot project. In a 3 to 2 vote, the City Council awarded the contract to Sterndahl Enterprises LLC for $1,465,075. Vice Mayor Dan O'Brien, Council Members Albert Vera and Goran Eriksson voted in favor of the motion. Mayor Yasmine-Imani McMorrin and Council...

  • Woman Pleads Guilty to $359M Fraud

    Oct 19, 2023

    A California woman pleaded guilty Thursday to fraudulently submitting claims to governmental and private insurance programs during the COVID-19 pandemic for expensive and medically unnecessary respiratory pathogen panel (RPP) tests. "Those who stole from government health programs during the COVID-19 pandemic not only violated federal law, they betrayed the public trust," said Attorney General Merrick B. Garland. "As this action to disrupt a $359 million scheme, and the Department's recent annou...

  • Fiesta La Ballona Vendors

    Aug 24, 2023

    NON-FOOD VENDORS: 1. Charmed Jewelry 2. AMO marketing 3. Brownhaze Jewelry 4. Vivian Lesny & Co. 5. Rosy's boutique 6. Olivia Graye 7. Save CCUSD 8. Epik Realty 9. Bluskysoul 10. Ting 11. Thumzup Media 12. Mayan Craft 13. Terranova Real Estate Group Non-profit list: 1. Culver City Democrats Club 2. AYSO region 19 3. Culver City Democrats United 4. Culver-Palms Family YMCA 5. Crescent Bay District, Western Los Angeles County Council, Boy Scouts of America 6. Temple Akiba of Culver City 7....

  • DBA publication services at Culver City Observer

    Apr 6, 2023

    Contact us for your DBA publication or DBA generation for California...

  • FeedCulver Announces Long-Term Commitment to Fighting Local Food Insecurity

    Jan 6, 2022

    When the pandemic struck in 2020, a team of Culver City leaders began a bold, innovative plan that has been a lifeline for both food-insecure residents and local restaurants. Dubbed FeedCulver, the group began purchasing meals from local restaurants and developing an infrastructure to deliver those meals to families who had been adversely impacted by the pandemic. In the past 20 months, the group has provided more than 65,000 meals to those who are food insecure. After almost two years of providing free, hot meals from local restaurants to...

  • Annual Tree Lighting Spectacular

    Dec 2, 2021

    Culver City Downtown Business Association, Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services, Amazon Studios, The Culver Studios, The Culver Steps, Ting, and Sweet Flower team up to help spread community-driven holiday Hosted by Culver City Downtown Business Association (DBA) and Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PCRS) A spectacular free celebratory show featuring the best of Culver City will be held Thursday December 2 from 6-7”30p.m followed by the arrival of Sant C...

  • New Office Readied for Observer

    Aug 1, 2019

    The offices of the Culver City Observer have relocated. Our new location is 5512 S. Sepulveda Blvd. in Culver City. We are next to Sorrento Italian Market. The move was necessitated by the sale of the Observer Building. Readers can still pickup a copy of the Culver City Observer on the corner of Sepulveda Blvd. and Lindblade Street at the site of the former Observer Offices. The new offices will open on Tuesday June 6. Fictitious Business Name (DBA) customers are urged to call and make an appointment. Our phone number remains the same (310)...

  • California Population Nears 40 Million

    Neil Rubenstein, Observer Columnist|Jun 27, 2019

    California’s population was thought to be on January 1, 2019; 39,927,315 from the Department of Finance. California took the first stop to regulate companies who sell your information last year with a law that gives people the right to “Opt Out” of having their data collected and allows the people to ask companies to delete data collected. Did you know California Department of Tax and Fee Administration publishes every quarter the top 500 sales and use Tax Delinquencies? And from Culver City....

  • Culver City Council Meeting in a Minute

    Jan 28, 2016

    Here are some highlights from the City Council meeting of January 25, 2016. At this meeting, the City Council: • Presented a Certificate of Recognition to Family Self Sufficiency Program Graduate Yolanda Gomez. • Adopted a resolution approving (1) the acceptance of certain real property (3846 Cardiff Avenue; Assessor's Parcel Nos. 4206-028-900 and 4206-028-901) from the Successor Agency to the Culver City Redevelopment Agency to the City of Culver City for use to fulfill contractual enf...

  • A Fantastic Holiday Outing In Culver City

    Sandra Coopersmith|Dec 24, 2015

    By Sandra Coopersmith Features Writer There's just something about holiday lights that evokes a sense of wonder and magic . . . The Tree Lighting Ceremony at Town Plaza on Dec. 3 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. elicited oohs and aahs from the happy throng, about 1,500 attending. I don't think anyone's eyes sparkled more brightly than those of my dear longtime friend and Culver City resident Mary ("Toni") Tyrer. Toni, a 99-year-old force of nature, is a child at heart, always avid to learn and open to new...

  • Fond Memories Of Sherman Hemsley

    Neil Rubenstein|Jul 2, 2015

    By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist It is hard for me to believe Sherman Hemsley passed away just about three years ago on July 24, 2012. The actor who played George Jefferson in “All in the Family” and the spin off, “The Jeffersons,” was terrific and had a great sense of timing. There was the theme. “Movin’ on Up,” – what a classic! Personally, I thought his role as Deacon Frye in “Amen” was his bes Every once in a while a person with a cognitive disorder goes missing. Perhaps with the fa...

  • City Manager's Update

    John Nachbar|Jan 1, 2015

    By John Nachbar City Manager City Manager’s Office • Culver City Featured in SWISS Magazine - SWISS Magazine, the inflight publication of Swiss International Air Lines, features the Los Angeles area as a destination in the current December/January issue. There are three references to Culver City in the article. On page 23, artist Joshua Callaghan is pictured standing next to one of his wrapped utility boxes in downtown. On page 26, Susanne Vielmetter is featured; her gallery is on Was...

  • City Manager's Update

    John Nachbar|Oct 2, 2014

    By John Nachbar City Manager City Manager’s Office • 8770 Washington Boulevard (Access Culver City) - At the September 9 Cultural Affairs Commission (CAC) meeting, the CAC approved a concept for permanent public art by merge conceptual design for Access Culver City. • National Arts & Humanities Month - October has been recognized as National Arts & Humanities Month by thousands of arts and cultural organizations, communities, and states across the country, as well as by the White House and C...

  • City Manager's Bi-Weekly Report

    John Nachbar|Aug 28, 2014

    • Passing of Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) Commission Chair Rick Hudson - On August 9, PRCS Commission Chair Rick Hudson passed away unexpectedly at the age of 61 while at his family’s ranch in New Mexico. In addition to being the successful owner of Culver Glass, Chair Hudson was a tireless advocate for the young people of Culver City. He was a volunteer high school athletics coach and an active member of the Culver City Exchange Club. He also served the Culver City Com...

  • City Manager's Report

    John Nachbar|Jul 3, 2014

    By John Nachbar City Manager • 4th of July Fireworks Show – The Culver City Exchange Club’s annual 4th of July Fireworks Show will resume at West Los Angeles College on the evening of Friday, July 4th. Gates open at 4:00 pm, and fireworks begin at dusk. The City is a co-sponsor of this event. For more information visit: http://culvercityfireworksshow.com/ • Culver City’s Boulevard Music Summer Festival - The first of six free concerts will take place on Thursday, July 10th at 7:00 pm in the Ci...

  • City Manager's Update

    John Nachbar|Apr 24, 2014

    City Manager’s Office • City Council Announces the Appointment of Assistant Chief Scott Bixby - as Interim Police Chief - At a Special City Council meeting on April 9 Mayor Jeff Cooper, speaking on behalf of the City Council, announced the City Council’s appointment of Assistant Police Chief Scott Bixby as Interim Chief of Police. “The City Council unanimously supported Assistant Chief Bixby’s appointment as Interim Chief”, said Mayor Cooper. “After growing up here in Culver City and decades o...

  • Get Ready: Lakers And Clippers Are Underway

    Mitch Chortkoff|Oct 3, 2013

    By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor I went to Media Day at the Lakers’ training facility Saturday and the Clippers’ facility Monday. Get ready. Practice has begun and we’ll have NBA basketball until April followed by the playoffs that go into June. The Lakers will play an exhibition game at Staples Center Sunday at 6 pm against the Denver Nuggets. Annually this is the best time for me because nobody has lost a game yet and they all think they’re going to do well. But we know some teams won’t d...

  • Shuttle Scuttled

    Stephen Hadland, Observer Publisher|Jul 24, 2013

    Shuttle Scuttled Sewer Tax Increased over Residents’ Objections The long heralded pilot shuttle service that was to link the businesses in the Hayden tract with the Expo Line rail station and downtown Culver City took an abrupt turn off the highway Monday night when veteran council watchers asked if anyone had bothered to check with the workers in the largely industrial area to see if there was even a need. The motion failed on a vote of 2-2 with one abstention. Council members Andy Weissman a...

  • Council Postpones Finance Committee Appointments

    Lynne Bronstein, Observer Publisher|Feb 26, 2013

    Application Forms Provided Confusion The City Council was poised to vote on members for the new Finance Advisory Committee at Monday’s meeting when a glitch came up. It seemed that the applications were so muddled it was hard to tell if people were applying as resident members or business members. Council member Mehaul O’ Leary brought up the problem just as potential members were coming up to the podium to give statements about their qualifications. He complained that the applications were “co...

  • Culver City architect Eric Owen Moss Featured In "The New Yorker"

    Jozelle Smith|Feb 3, 2011

    Maybe not “The Real Housewives,” but how about “The Real Businesses of Culver City?” A casting company and a major cable network are looking for real-life business offices for a new series, and the Culver City Chamber of Commerce has put the word out to their members. They’re looking for an office with a” staff of characters” (10 or more) who could use a business expert’s help to give their business a boost. Stay tuned! Super Bowl Sunday, Valentine’s Day, President’s Day, Oscars – February has gotten to be one of the busiest party opportu...