Judge Not? A Deconstruction of Judicial Elections. Every election, the judicial races are mysterious. It is tempting to rely on candidates' statements in the back of the ballot booklet, but these statements are printed at the candidates' expense. Judges seldom aggressively...
At a minimum, landlords should have to choose: accept rent control in exchange for property tax control, or set rents at market rates and accept market value for tax purposes. Let’s touch the third rail of Culver City politics and...
Jayro Armenta, un maestro de español, en la escuela de inmersión de El Marino Language School tiene la reputación de ser un educador experto que demuestra gran empatía hacia todos sus estudiantes. Ha creado un aula donde los estudiantes...
Op-Ed: The opinions expressed in this commentary are the author's own. After last night’s (April 30, 2018) City Council meeting, many remarked how shocked they were that the joyous celebration of two incoming councilmembers devolved into a contentious meeting that...
Dear Editor, Every Culver City Resident should have grave reservations about how the Culver City Traffic and Parking Sub-Committee is conducting itself where the project to explore issuing parking permits to employees of businesses for neighboring Residential Parking Districts is...
"From the time my son could drive, I told him to avoid Culver City, drive around it, take the long way home." -- A Los Angeles POC. Clearly, the now-infamous drone city council meeting (13 March 2018) solidified issues that citizens have with...
Op-Ed: Views expressed in this commentary are the author's own. The Principles, Precedents, and Practical Politics of Mayoral Succession Where were you? That’s the question I kept asking Monday night as I struggled to understand the thundering denunciations and declarations of...
Freshgenet Ruffa has come a long way from when she first approached the manager of the Culver City Farmers Market to ask for a space to sell her embroidered T-shirts. When she first started selling, she had to keep...
While the nation prepares for the impactful midterm elections this November 6th, Culver City residents will have an additional opportunity: to vote for an issue equally relevant to the city--and its much heralded school district. Supporters of the measure are...
If a major disaster occurs, the fire department, paramedics, and police will not come to your home--they will first be deployed to major incidents such as collapsed buildings. This is why Culver City CERT (Community Emergency Response Training) trains...

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