Clarke Promotes Culver City As Industry Hub

Culver City Councilman Jim Clarke endorsed Culver City's potential at a panel discussion of issues impacting families of children with a developmental disability. The discussion focused on legal, financial and health considerations to consider when planning for the end of life.

Clarke reviewed Culver City's development from its beginning as a home for movie studios to its current role as tech hub and focus on new industries, pointing with pride to Culver City's role with services for people with developmental disabilities. Clarke highlighted the Westside Regional Center, located in Culver City.

The program was hosted by the Achievable Foundation, the first of its kind non-profit health center focusing on individuals with developmental disabilities, located in Culver City.


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dcneal writes:

This makes me really proud to be a part of a CARING CITY! =D