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Culver City Council Approves Controversial Anti-Camping Law

Ignoring pleas from the homeless and their advocates, the new City Council at its Monday night’s meeting voted 3-2 to introduce and approve an anti-camping ordinance, which former city officials...

 

Mixed-Use Project Proposed on Sepulveda Blvd.

A new mixed-used building has been proposed for the southwest corner of Sepulveda and Culver Boulevards Dubbed the St. Mina Center, the project would rise from a property located at 4319 Sepulveda...

 

Culver City Welcomes its New Planning and Development Director Mark Muenzer

The City of Culver City is pleased to announce that Mark Muenzer will be the City’s new Planning and Development Director. Mark will join the City on January 30, 2023 and will report to City...

 

Culver City Welcomes its New Planning and Development Director Mark Muenzer

The City of Culver City is pleased to announce that Mark Muenzer will be the City’s new Planning and Development Director. Mark will join the City on January 30, 2023 and will report to City...

 

Council Directs Staff to Draft Anti-Camping Ordinance, Explore Safe Camping Sites

The Culver City Council recently held a meeting to discuss whether to implement an ordinance that prohibits camping in public spaces. Following a lengthy meeting that drew more than 90 speakers on...

 

Memorial Garden Refurbished

Early in November an ugly duckling was turned into a beautiful swan, but this time it was unused outdoor space next to the Venice Family Clinic’s Sandy Segal Youth Health Center on the campus of...

 

Vera Takes Over Mayoral Reins, McMorrin Named Vice Mayor

Culver City Council welcomed two fresh faces during Monday's swearing-in ceremony that culminated with Albert Vera taking over the mayoral reins and Yasmine-Imani McMorrin selected as new vice mayor....

 

Culver City Lions Club donation

The Culver City Lions Club provided pumpkin pies to members of the Culver City Senior Citizen Center. Before the pandemic, the Culver City Lions Club provided the senior citizens with the...

 

WITH School Board Win, Triston Ezidore Becomes Youngest Elected Public Official In History Of Los Angeles County

The nineteen-year-old’s upset victory for a seat on the Culver City Unified School District Board also makes him the first Black male to serve on the Board Triston Ezidore will become the youngest...

 

CC Council Okays Proposed Settlement Framework With Sentinel Peak Resources

Negotiations between Culver City and Sentinel Peak Resources regarding options to the Oil Termination Ordinance to avoid litigation have apparently been very productive. This week, the City Council...

 

Culver City Releases Positive Report on MOVE Project

Culver City has released a positive “mid-point’ pilot report on the MOVE project. The report shows bus ridership up by 52%, cycling activity up by 32% and pedestrian activity up by 18%, according...

 

Jesse Nuñez a New President and Chief Executive of Culver City Chamber of Commerce

After an extensive national search, the Board of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce announced the hiring today of entrepreneur and former Dodgers executive Jesse Nuñez as the new Chamber President...

 

Mixed-Use Project Planned next to Dinah's on Sepulveda

Dinah's Family Restaurant, the iconic restaurant in Westchester, will have new neighbors in the next year or two. The Los Angeles City Council recently approved a plan to demolish buildings...

 

Culver City Council Abolishes Minimum Parking Requirements

The Culver City Council has passed a new law designed to make housing and developments cheaper, help mom ’n’ pop restaurants get started, and make the neighborhoods more walkable. At its recent...

 

Temporary Closure of Ballona Creek Bike Path

Due to work on the Higuera Street Bridge Replacement Project, the Ballona Creek Bike Path between National Boulevard and Duquesne Avenue will be closed temporarily for at least one week. City...

 

Trash Interceptor Barge Deployed at Ballona Creek

The Trash Interceptor, a floating trash-collecting barge, has arrived in Los Angeles and officially deployed at Ballona Creek where it meets the Pacific Ocean. The Ocean Cleanup, an international Dutc...

 

City Council to Discuss SB 9 Application in the Culver Crest

California Senate Bill 9 will be a topic at the next City Council meeting. At its Oct. 24 session, the Council will discuss and provide direction to staff regarding the application of SB 9 in the...

 

Culver City Housing Element Receives State Certification

The State has approved the revised Culver City Housing Element, which identifies and plans for its housing needs between 2021 and 2029. On Monday, Culver City received a determination letter from the...

 

$3.1 Million-Plus Mega Millions Lottery Ticket Sold in Culver City

A Mega Millions ticket with five numbers, excluding the Mega number, was sold at the Culver City Elks Lodge on Washington Place and is worth $3,135,094, the California Lottery announced this week....

 

Tito's Tacos Fiesta Americana

100's of people attended Tito's Tacos Fiesta Mexicano for National Taco Day and National Vodka Day which raised over $16,000 for the Culver City Arts Foundation....

 

City Council to Discuss SB 9 Application in the Culver Crest

California Senate Bill 9 will be a topic at the next City Council meeting. At its Oct. 24 session, the Council will discuss and provide direction to staff regarding the application of SB 9 in the...

 

Leaf Blower Noise Restrictions take effect November 24

Effective November 24 all leaf blowers operating within Culver City must not exceed 65 decibels. Inspections of equipment will be required and equipment which does not meet this standard will be...

 

Four-Story Commercial Building Proposed for Downtown Culver City

The Culver City Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing next Wednesday, October 12, to consider plans for a proposed four-story office building in downtown area. The project, proposed by LPC...

 

Assessor's Office's Office Gets High Marks

By Jeff Prang Los Angeles County Assessor I wanted to share some exciting news with you this month. Your Los Angeles County Assessor's Office has received a nearly perfect score of 99.87 percent from...

 

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