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Hurting for Parking, Can City Utilize Hayden Creativity?


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First in a series. Do the creative parking panaceas that City Hall has developed for the heavily oversubscribed Hayden Tract offer a potential solution to growing parking problems elsewhere in Culver City? Kevin Lachoff was one realtor who came away from Wednesday’s sold-out Future of Culver City panel discussion convinced that parking is a -- or the -- premier headache for the community.read

Farris on LaRose: ‘I Don’t Aspire to be Just Any Superintendent’


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Second in a series. Digging deeper into why principal Dylan Farris is leaving Culver City High School for the final time one week from this afternoon, not much spading was necessary. What is the most appealing aspect of his new position as executive director of human resources for the El Segundo Unified School District, the part that says “I’ve got to have this”?read

Helping Those Students Who Go Hungry on Weekends


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Did you know that 45 percent of Culver City Unified School District students receive free or reduced price lunches at their schools every day? For many, this vital resource includes free breakfast. In some circumstances, healthy, reliable meals on the weekends are not a guarantee. Since 2013, the School District’s Backpacks for Kids program has been serving students at all District school sites, totaling more than 10,000 meals to students throughout the year.read

After Resigning, Dylan Farris Tells Why He Is Off to El Segundo


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At 38 years old, eager and alert for a career move, Dylan Farris, freshly resigned as principal of Culver City High School, said this morning his new job, just down the boulevard, “is an opportunity to build on what I have done here.” After 13 years on campus, the last three as principal, Mr. Farris said yes to, effectively, the assistant superintendency of the El Segundo Unified School District. As his final week in Culver City beckons, Mr. Farris tipped his fedora, at least figuratively, to ...read

Tomorrow Is the Great ShakeOut


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Culver City will conduct its annual community-wide disaster drill tomorrow evening in observance of the California Great ShakeOut. Celebrating 10 years of successful community participation and preparedness. There will be two opportunities to observe the ShakeOut.read

Mehaul Fears a Huge Mess Will Haunt ‘Private Enforcement’


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The vice mayor is worried about how easily-aroused tenants will react to Culver City’s approaching ban on smoking in multi-unit buildings. “I am imagining what is going to happen,” said Mehaul O’Leary when enforcement becomes the bailiwick of hot-headed tenants and normal renters, too. “People will realize they now have an ordinance that they can call their neighbor out on. They could get into an argument and then call the police to see what they can do to force it.”read

‘More Mature Retail Environment Needed, Marks Says


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First in a series. Realtor Wally Marks came away from yesterday’s Future of Culver City evaluation event saying that “we could use a more mature retail environment,” a fresh influx of new businesses. “We have good retailers today,” said Mr. Marks. “But we could do a lot better.” More mature, more diverse or both?read

Hopeful Vice Mayor Takes a Look into the Future


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The proprietor of Joxer Daly’s Irish Pub, the vice mayor of Culver City and a City Councilman – all wrapped up in a single person, Mehaul O’Leary – was among the many familiar faces at yesterday’s Future of Culver City realtors’ panel. “I want to hear how my colleagues are representing my city and its future,” he said.read

With Future Wagging a Finger, Rose Traces Hayden Tract Rise


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CEO of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce for the past 28 years, Steve Rose was in the audience for yesterday afternoon’s sold-out Future of Culver City panel discussion for one central reason. “I am hoping to learn what the commercial real estate market thinks about our city and the development we have been doing for the last 15 years,” he said.read

Is Future of Culver City Truly Draped in Gold


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Late this afternoon at the Eastham Station in the Hayden Tract, a panel of experts with a heavy accent on real estate, sunnily will explore the future of the Culver City. Color it gold. The sold-out affair that starts at 5:20 was convened by PMI Properties and CTO Jeffrey Elliot Palmer at PMI headquarters, 3525 Eastham Dr.read


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