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Polystyrene sales ban takes effect in October Thu, Apr 27 2017 11:17 PM

Culver City leaders took action to enhance their environmentally conscious credentials by making it illegal to sell products made with polystyrene, joining over 100 California cities and counties that have banned plastic-based containers and utensils [..]

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LAUSD grads invited to attend WLAC – free

Seniors who graduate from Los Angeles Unified School District high schools this spring can attend West Los Angeles College tuition free in 2017-2018 regardless of their income, the community college announced recently. An information session on ho [..]

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Environmental review of oil field is on hold

A series of planned discussions between the Culver City Council and the new owners of the Inglewood Oilfield  will soon  determine how and when the city moves forward with its plans for municipal governance over future  oil and gas act [..]

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Councilman Small to lead architecture, history tour of CC

Culver City councilman Thomas Small, who has written and presented on Culver City architecture, will share his knowledge with others when he leads arts and architecture lovers around the city as part of this year’s Venice Design Series (http:// [..]

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CCUSD hashtag contest honors #winners

As part of its continuing effort to involve parents, teachers, students and the entire community in the positive aspects of social media, the Culver City Unified School District and the Culver City Centennial Committee have announced $1,600 in awards [..]

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