Culver City Observer -

Meeting in a Minute


January 15, 2015

Here are some highlights from the City Council meeting of January 12, 2015. At this

meeting, the City Council:

• Presented a proclamation in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Day


• Received and filed the Fiscal Year 2013/2014 Year-End Report and Audit


• Approved, as a joint item with the Successor Agency, a third amendment to the

existing agreement with Modern Parking Inc. in an amount not-to-exceed $415,656,

extending its term for six months (to July 31, 2015) for parking management services

at the Cardiff, Ince, and Watseka Parking Structures and the Venice and Virginia

parking lots.

• Approved an application for grant funds in the amount of $160,458.95 through the

FY 2016 California Office of Traffic Safety, Selective Traffic Enforcement Program.

• Awarded a contract to R.E. Shultz Construction in an amount not-to-exceed

$207,888.00 for the construction of the Syd Kronenthal Park Playground

Rehabilitation Project, PZ-831 and authorized the Parks Division Manager to

approve change orders in an amount not-to-exceed $34,648.00.

• Recognized the organization of property and business owners along Washington

Boulevard from Inglewood Boulevard to Beethoven Street as the "Washington West

Business District" and determined that the District's future events are deemed Citysponsored


• Approved an agreement in an amount not-to-exceed $39,662 with Boulevard Music

to hold a 2015 Concert Series.

• Authorized the Committee on Homelessness and City staff to solicit volunteer

enumerators and donations of refreshments in the name of the City for the 2015

Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count.

• Adopted a resolution declaring culver city's commitment to operating PRCS

Department programs in a "Bullying Free Environment" and accepted the Exchange

Club's donation of up to $2,500 for related signage.

• Approved the further consideration of the formation of Underground Utility District

11 along Culver Boulevard from Sepulveda Boulevard to Commonwealth Avenue. • Adopted a resolution approving the 2015-2016 Legislative Advocacy Program

(LAP), including additional language related to seeking grants and the City Council's

position on hydraulic fracturing (fracking).

You may view a complete web cast of the entire meeting by visiting The next City Council meeting will occur

on January 26, 2015 at 7 pm in the Rotunda Room at Veterans Memorial

Building. You may access the agenda for this meeting by visiting

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