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Jim Greer Says:
My great uncle was Thomas J Carroll. He died in 1954 and I don't know much about him. He was born in Scotland about 1893and came to America in 1912. In the archives are there any pictures of him? All of our family is gone now. but I wish I knew more. Can you help?
Thank you, Jim Greer
CCHS class of 1962
Veta Green Says:
I can not believe that the city would allow this to happen to such a wonderful owner, and my beloved Culver City Ice Arena where I learned to skate back in 1970. 1st they took away the Drive In studio, which was very historical, now are Ice rink. I urge the Planning Commission, and the City Council to please stop this from happening. Culver Ice Skating Rink is very.... Historical to Culver City like the Culver pool,and Culver City Sony Studios. Please save our Ice Rink. Thank You,
Brooke Powell Says:
You have my daughter's name wrong in the article. Her name is Damara Powell, not Jamira Powell. Please correct this error.
Dal Noorian Says:
Why is CC News allowing campaign staff to submit articles that look like news stories. This is a political campaign ad dressed up as a story. CC News has sunk really low. Time for another new editor
Vicki Planck Says:
Talk about a shameful waste ... leaving that beautiful building empty and decaying disgusts me. Our children had swim team meets in the building in the 80s and they loved it. Without Zirgulis winning for school board doesn't leave us much of a chance in getting this building in ship-shape, does it...
do you have any pictures of the old resturaunt and/or any memorabilia? My parents started this resturaunt in about 1937 or 1940. My Uncle built it. My mother is now 89 yrs. old and would like to reminisce her younger years at the resturaunt. My Aunt Gladys used to date ? Machado.
i would like to say that you are truly lucky to have the parents that you have, i had the pleasure of coming to know them and your family back in june of 1998 when me and my 2 children moved into the building thay you and your family lived and i will never forget the day when your little brother George knocked on my door and said hi welcome to the building , at that moment i knew he came from good stock, your family is the best and i am so blessed to have meet you guys and to still have contact with each other. you mom is the sweetiest person and she will always be someone very special to me , and ralph always the quiet one but none the less sweet also, and my baby Bengi taller than everyone in the house lol i love you guys and proud to call you my friends
i am so proud of you Chris keep up the good work i know your mom and dad are proud
Jim Shanman Says:
This is such a one-side, obviously biased, not researched article on "sharing the road" I could enumerate the many misguided inaccuracies in your article, but instead, I'll try to keep it simple. Since the vast majority of cyclists are comprised of average americans cruising relatively slowly on bike paths and neighborhood streets throughout Southern California, "9 out of 10" is such a laughable exaggeration it clearly shows your bias. You are obviously not "seeing" the thousands of kids and families that aren't flying past you (the few that "blow by you" are just faster than you so you are more aware of them. When was the last time you looked over your shoulder and counted the dozens, if not hundreds going slower than you?) To denegrate a sport and activity based on a tiny minority serves no greater purpose than a cyclist ranting on about the hundreds of pedestrians every week that are walking unsafely on sidewalks, crosswalks and bike paths. Or the hundreds of cars that are equally unsafe speeding running stop signs and traffic lights, etc. Further, the "new law" you reference about bikes sharing a lane has been part of the CA vehicle code for decades. Bicycles have long been considered vehicles and as such are entitled to all the rights - and yes - the responsibilities of motorists. Bikes having full use of a lane is not new, just a reminder to motorists that cyclists are part of vehicular traffic as well. Want the law enforced? Speak to your local police department.
Bev Kleiner Says:
I was shocked to read that as high as 64% thought early release was okay. It begs many questions but primarily I have to ask in what format were they questioned because it could put quite a spin on the facts and be misleading. To Kathy Doyle and her family, I am sorry for this blatant injustice as you take the blow on an intimate level. This was/is a complex matter from every angle. Not all the ducks are lined up here that should be PRIOR to the release of nearly 10,000 prisoners. For the judges and others to have such grave denial about the inevitable backlash of escalated crime/murder rates is insane. This decision of theirs will be instrumental in the state's newest Fresh Hell. We will never be safe, not really. Kudos to Gov. Brown and Senator Ted Lieu for their strong stance in opposition to the release madness.
kathy doyle Says:
I am the mother of Erica Escobar, one of the victims of Lehnen. Lehnen is still in Twin Towers awaiting trial. Delay after delay by defense attorneys continue unabated. The problem is the definition of what is non-violent. California uses information from what district attorneys have been able to prosecute criminals for; NOT what they were arrested for. For example, although Lehnen was arrested and released early, he still had several OTHER ARRESTS, but were never recorded because the DA never prosecuted them for financial purposes.
Once those 64% become statistics like myself, they, too, will change their mind about release of non-violent inmates.
NANCY FERRIS Says:
PETE, ALWAYS ENJOY YOUR COLUMN AND YOUR OBSERVATIONS ON LIFE. KEEP EM COMING!
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