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Culver City Unveils Recycling/Refuse Collection App

If you are one of the growing number of people who have a smartphone or tablet you can now download a free Culver City app that puts refuse, recycling, special waste collection details, and more at...

 

101 Freeway Open in Montecito

NEWS FLASH-Sunday January 21, 2018 1:15 PM Caltrans Anounced moments aso the eopeing of Highway 101 in Montecito following the devistation mudslides in Santa Barbara County. Caltrans tweeted out...

 

Assemblyman Sebastian Ridley – Thomas Resigns

Assemblyman Sebastian Ridley Thomas whose 54th Assembly district includes Culver City announced last week that he was resigning his seat effective December 31 due to undisclosed health issues. He had...

 

Assemblyman Sebastian Ridley – Thomas Resigns

Culver City Assemblyman Sebastian Ridley Thomas announced today (Wednesday) that he was resigning his seat effective December 31 due to undisclosed health issues. He had previously taken a two-week...

 

New Kids Get New Playground Facilities at Vet's Park

The Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) Departmentannounced that after a brief delay, the replacement of the large central play structure within the Veterans Memorial Park Age 5 – 12 Playground began on Wednesday, December...

 

Nine Sen. Holly J. Mitchell bills helping youths, reforming criminal justice take effect Jan. 1, 2018

Protecting foster children and reforming the juvenile and criminal justice systems to put greater emphasis on prevention, rehabilitation and maintaining family cohesion are among the nine new laws by...

 

Culver City to Offer Clean Energy Choices

The City Council of Culver City voted on December 11 to join the Los Angeles Community Choice Energy Authority (LACCE), making it one of the first cities in the County to join. LACCE is a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) organization that will...

 

Text to 9-1-1 Available in Culver City

Mobile users in Los Angeles County, including Culver City, can send text messages to 9-1-1, giving hearing and speech impaired residents, or those in situations where it is too dangerous to dial...

 

Council Rushes to Pot

In what is a rare display at city hall the council rushed to approve three retail marijuana stores in Culver City. There was much public discussion with those opposed to the stores citing higher crime rates near the stores and the influence it would...

 

Bus Stops Get New Look

Culver CityBus has begun to upgrade the City's Bus Stop Furniture. The Project, scheduled to begin this month includes 31 bus stops along Sepulveda Boulevard, a segment of Washington Boulevard...

 

Discount Compost Bins For Sale

The Culver City's PW - Environmental Programs & Operations Division is now selling discounted Soil Saver Classic Compost Bins for easy at home composting. Soil Saver bins are durable, strong, and...

 

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...

 

Landlord Pulls Plug on Culver City Post Office

The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is considering relocating services from the current Culver City Main Post Office located at 11111 Jefferson Blvd., Culver City, to a yet-to-be-determined location, as close as possible to the current location. The...

 

Marijuana Stores Move Closer to Reality

By Stephen Hadland Observer Publisher Culver City has moved one step closer to allowing the sale, distribution and cultivation of marijuana in Culver City. The voters of California approved the...

 

Council To Debate Marijuana Stores

The Culver City Council will discuss potential regulations for commercial cannabis businesses on Monday, September 25 at 7 p.m. The discussion will include whether to allow storefront retail cannabis businesses ("dispensaries"), distancing...

 

Council Bans Leaf BlowersWill Cost City $1,000,000

The city council effectively banned leaf blowers that were above 65 decibels in five years. Residents complained about the noise and chemical pollution the blowers caused. All the speakers spoke in...

 

Pay to Park at City Hall

Council “Blesses” Public with First Hour for Free More than 20 years after the new city hall was opened, the leaders have decided to reach into the pockets of the citizens once again instituting paid parking in the lot under city hall. The City...

 

City to Consider "Judge Harold I. Cherness" Plaza

The City Council will take up the issue of naming the area near the old municipal courthouse, "The Judge Harold I. Cherness Plaza," on Monday, August 14th at 7:00pm. The meeting will be held in the...

 

Culver City Council Approves New Sister City

The Culver City Council approved the resolution to establish the sister city relationship with Capo d'Orlando, Messina, Sicily, Italy at its Monday, July 24 meeting. This historically and significant...

 
 By oshua Rush    News    July 20, 2017

Kid Scoop Presents Mayor Garcetti

Mayor Eric Garcetti was inaugurated for a second time Saturday under a dusk sky on the steps of Los Angeles City Hall. The packed event included performances by the Los Angeles Master Chorale, a jazz band, and ping pong and fencing from 2024 Olympic...

 

Expo Line Exceeds Expectations

64,000 Daily Riders wasn’t Expected For Another 13 Years Metro’s Expo Line, the 15.2-mile light-rail line that runs from 7th and Figueroa in downtown Los Angeles to Santa Monica, has reached a daily average of more than 64,000, according to...

 

Leaf Blower Ban

The city council will consider enacting a ban on leaf blowers at its July 24 meeting whose noise level exceeds 65 decibels. The ordinance would prohibit both the Sale and Use of those Leaf Blowers....

 

Golden State Water Company Announces A+ Water Quality

Golden State Water Company has released its 2016 Consumer Confidence Reports (CCR), which highlight that the drinking water provided to customers across the company's 39 water systems met all state and federal water quality standards throughout...

 

County Moves to Ban Marijuana Businesses Supervisors Struggle to Comply With Prop 64

Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Chairman Mark Ridley-Thomas issued the following statement regarding an ordinance prohibiting all cannabis businesses and activities in the unincorporated areas of the County. The ordinance also imposes...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    June 1, 2017

Bass Blasts President on Climate Change Accord Trump Dumps Paris Accord calling it a "Job Killer

During the 1016 Presidential Campaign then candidate Donald Trump dismissed the Global Warming saying "it's called weather folks." Today the reaction from Democrats in the House of Representatives...

 

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