We are informed that the college is open again as of 6/4/2020
From West L.A. College President James M. Limbaugh:
Late yesterday afternoon, under the advice of the County Sheriff, all nine Los Angeles Community College District institutions–including West–were instructed to go into complete closedown due to continuing civil unrest. For the campus, this means that all perimeters are secured. Our essential employees will not be allowed on campus; contractors, as separate entities, have worked out arrangements with the Sheriff so that our construction projects can continue.
As a result, our neighbors will not be able to enjoy their walks around the campus until, at the latest, Thursday morning. We will analyze the situation on a daily basis, and if ongoing consultations with the Sheriff allow an earlier re-opening, I will let you know.
I would appreciate your informing the folks in the surrounding neighborhoods about this situation through your established communication channels, as I don’t have an adequate email list.
Thanks for understanding, and please express my apologies to any one who showed up this morning and were turned away.
We will get through this…
Best, Jim Limbaugh James M. Limbaugh, Ph.D.President West Los Angeles College (310) 287-4325
There will be a Household Hazardous Waste roundup event in front of the Wende Museum parking lot on Saturday February 29, 2020, 9am-3pm. As previously, this is a drive-through type collection event: you put your hazardous waste in your trunk, and once you arrive, open your trunk and remain in the car.
There will be a Household Hazardous Waste roundup event at the Wende Museum parking lot on Saturday February 23, 9am-3pm. As previously, this is a drive-through type collection event: you put your hazardous waste in your trunk, and once you arrive, open your trunk and remain in the car.
The Culver Crest Neighborhood Association will be meeting tonight at the El Rincon Cafetorium. Agenda as follows:
Elections – We have 4 board seats open for election. Nominations will be accepted until the beginning of the meeting.
New proposed restrictive building codes – Culver City has been developing new standards for hillside development. This will affect most construction in Culver Crest. Michael Allen of the Culver City Planning Division will present.
Overland Ave. traffic congestion – Charles Herbertson and Gabe Garcia of the Culver City Public Works Division will present on measures being considered to reduce flow-through traffic.
The next General Meeting of the Culver Crest Neighborhood Association will take place on Tuesday October 30, 2018, at the El Rincon Elementary Cafetorium. Refreshments 6:30pm, meeting starts 7:00pm.
CCPD Lt. Troy Dunlap, Community Liaison
Call for nominations to the CCNA Board
We will be voting on new board members at the following CCNA General Meeting. Please consider participating by nominating yourself or a neighbor. There are 5 board seats up for re-election.
Culver City Measures
Presentation of Measure C (increasing the Culver City sales tax by .25% (1/4 of 1%) to maintain the current level of public safety efforts (including 911, police, firefighters, paramedics and after school youth programs, senior services, street repairs)
“pro” (for) presentation – Goran Eriksson and Alex Fisch, City Council members
Presentation of Measure K– adding an additional seven year annual flat parcel tax of $189 to raise an additional $2,360,000 a year to benefit Culver City schools
“pro” (for) presentation – Dr. Steven Levin, member of CCUSD School Board
“con” (against) presentation – George Laase, resident
IKE – the Interactive Kiosk Experience
Former Culver City Concilmember Andy Weissman will present about IKE – an interactive Culver City kiosk system that will provide fingertip information to users, e.g. provide directions, local event information, addresses of business, restaurants