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 event culminated 12 years in the making. The Culver City Sister City Committee will embark on this new project that builds bridges through friendship and cultural understanding, making us all better citizens of the world. Next steps include the drafting of a Joint Declaration between the two cities currently being reviewed by Capo d 'Orlando's Mayor Ingrilli. The Joint Agreement will be signed by Mayor Jeff Cooper in September during the Culver City Centennial closing ceremonies. An official delegation will be invited to visit Culver City in September for Closing Ceremonies and signing of the historic document between the two cities. CCSCC President Nancy Perdomo-Browningsaid "Thank you all for the your hard work and dedication that have allowed us to be where we are in this process, making history for Culver City and the Culver City Sister Committee" to her Board of Directors after the council meeting. Council also approved a budget of up to $3,000 for expenses for the delegation from Capo d'Orlando to visit Culver City. For more information about the Culver City Sister City Committee visit the web site at Or visit the Facebook Page Email inquiries to


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