A Progressive’s Guide to the Upcoming Election Although Culver City is majority Democratic blue, it is no less important to be informed first, and then VOTE up-and-down the ballot, notably on state and local initiatives which can affect all Culver...
At the June 25 Regular City Council Meeting, community members turned out en masse to make public comment advocating for two opposing views; to follow the mayoral rotation policy or adopt a resolution to rescind it. Three members of the...
Op-Ed: The opinions expressed in this commentary are the author's own. This past April 10th, I was elated to become one of the two incoming Culver City Council members for 2018. It will be an honor to represent Culver City...
Op-Ed: Views expressed in this commentary are the author's own. It’s been nearly two months since our new city council was sworn in and when the vice mayoral rotation turned out to be other than what some Culver City residents expected. ...
Even celebrations get chippy in Culver City politics On April 30, the newly elected Culver City councilmembers Daniel Lee and Alex Fisch took their oaths of office and sat at the Culver City Council dais for the first time, each...
At the 29 May 2018 Culver City Council meeting last night, Pride Month was commemorated, and the outcome of the closed session was announced: no Brown Act violations occurred. Dated 8 May 2018, but officially stamped on 14 May...
An End to Inglewood Oil Field? To the delight of community activists in the room, the newly elected Culver City Council took action at its June 20th meeting to begin planning for a phase-out of oil drilling operations at the...
A letter signed by eight people (five with Culver City addresses and one with a Los Angeles address in the Culver City precinct) was sent to the five Culver City Council members: Mayor Thomas Small, Vice Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells, council persons Goran...
Op-Ed “Almost every week, I find myself part of a press conference responding in shock, dismay and resoluteness to the horrible images and actions coming out of Washington against our immigrant brothers and sisters… As James Baldwin said to Angela...
Shortly after a grueling City Council election, Culver City voters have another opportunity to vote for a progressive candidate, this time in the June 5th Primary election for governor. The candidate is Democrat John Chiang, California’s State Treasurer.  Chiang...

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