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AJ Says:

Wed, Jun 21 2017 02:24 PM

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Jorge Garza Says:

Fri, Jun 16 2017 02:26 PM

Agreed. As parents of students in the district we'd like to know more details to the nature of Dr. Arnold's dismissal. Without more information we fear the worse. Was it disciplinary in nature? If so, is it contained? Why does the closed session agenda from last Tuesday discuss the need for lawyers and 2 lawsuits?

John Hankey Says:

Fri, Jun 16 2017 08:55 AM

I understand the good intention of avoiding seeming to attack Dr. Arnold, but "Dr. Arnold and the Board do not share the same vision" is not a useful or adequate explanation. Dr. Arnold was a celebrator of diversity, and took special, and in fact extraordinary, care to try to make all members of CCUSD community feel welcome.
Can I find out more detail about the cause of his termination?

Jim B. Clarke Says:

Sat, Feb 18 2017 09:11 AM

As a Culver City Council member I do ride Expo everytime I have a meeting or appointment in DTLA which happens several times a month and I know my Council colleagues are also frequent users. The decision to reduce the number of parking spots at the Expo station was made by Metro and not by the City Council.

Gary Zeiss Says:

Fri, Dec 30 2016 09:33 AM

While I applaud the construction of the protected bike lane down Washington, I would also ask the city to consider extending the bike lane that ends at Culver and Elinda to downtown. Currently, there is no bike-friendly way to get from the western areas of Culver City to downtown or to the Expo Line Station.

Given that the Expo Line parking lot will be closed for an extended period of construction, it is critical to build out alternative infrastructure that can facilitate cycling throughout the city to the Expo station.

Gary Zeiss
Tellefson Park

Indigo Rhythms Says:

Tue, Nov 15 2016 11:09 AM

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There you can find lots of pictures about what we do.

Christine Jensen Says:

Fri, Nov 11 2016 08:50 AM

Gary Willens...... the red riding stables were on Sepulveda. Next to Fredericks Block. I know because I used to live at the Culver City Dump. Which was right next to the stables. And the Wes end of the Fox Gills Country Club which is now the Fox Hills Mall. Christine Jensen

Christine Jensen nee (pold) Says:

Fri, Nov 11 2016 08:45 AM

I was checking to see if you had arial photos of the red riding stables and Fredrick's block off of Sepulveda. I used to live at the Culver City Dump in an old school bus. My father used to run the dump for his friend Max Margolis. We were five kids and mom and dad. My mom boiled water on a Coleman stove so we could bathe. So if you have any photos can you send them to my email address. Thank you kindly. Chris


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