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Leave Your Stinking Hands Off Our Police Department!

The Culver City Council will once again take up the proposals that were part of the report by Solidarity Consulting to remake the Culver City Police Department. The report called for a freeze on hiring new officers along with a reduction in police pe...



MEASURE B - YES “Shall the measure adding Culver City Municipal Code Section 15.09.100 requiring voter approval of any ordinance establishing interim or permanent rent control or prohibition on...


New Mayoral Rotation Flawed

After its 2018 debacle dealing with mayoral rotation, the City Council will consider at next Monday night’s meeting a new proposal to change “council policy” regarding the selection of Mayor and Vice Mayor. In what is commonly called as the...


EDITORIAL - Tax Hikes Face Culver Residents Next Week

Next week the voters will face an array of state and local positions including state propositions and three local issues for Culver City voters to decide. As each party wrestles to take control of the United State House of Representatives and... Full story


No Place in Culver City For Character Assassination

EDITORIAL No Place in Culver City For Character Assassination The vicious and uncalled for personal attacks on two candidates running for City Council are reprehensible and deeply disturbing. What is...


Planning Commissioners Ignore "Will of the People"

By Stephen Hadland Observer Publisher In Huntington Beach there is a shopping center that was built in 1969 and designed by Frank Lloyd Wright Jr., son of the famed American architect, to design the... Full story


Ice Rink-City Council Don't Fail Us

Monday night, for the second time, scores of residents and skating enthusiasts came before the Culver City Council to plea for the city to do something to save one of the greatest entertainment venues for young people on the Westside, The Culver Ice... Full story



Honoring Albert and Ursula Vera The city is currently developing plans to rename Bush Way next door to Sorrento Market to honor the memory of Albert and Ursula Vera. Prior plans to name the Culver City Senior Citizens Center after the Veras appears...


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