NextGEN is the Federal Aviation Administration’s program to upgrade the nation’s air traffic control systems from the traditional radar+radio communication to modern satellite based GPS with automated data exchange. The net effect is that airplanes will be able to take more direct routes to their destinations and have less need to stack up, reducing effects like the Downey Rush. Because airplanes can now take more direct routes to LAX than via Downey, areas around LAX will see an increase of low altitude flights.
Many neighbors have reported having had issues with mail delivery, e.g. getting a neighbor’s mail, finding your mail at the neighbors, etc. In effort to collect more data, we have set up a Google form to log mail delivery incidents. You can get to this form and the corresponding tracking sheet via the links below, or from the corresponding issues/subcommittees page.
Once we have a critical mass of issues reported we will take the list and communicate with the Culver City Postmaster.
There will be a general meeting of the Culver Crest Neighborhood Association tonight, Tuesday April 25, 6:30pm, at the El Rincon Elementary cafetorium. Agenda items include:
- Neighborhood watch, Culver City Police Department
- Golden State Water repiping update
- Oil fields update
- LAX overflight
- Mail delivery issues
- West L.A. College
- Mansionization & Building on Culver Crest
- Disaster Resilience
Elections were held at tonight’s CCNA general meeting. The candidates for the four open seats were:
- Margarita Chie (incumbent)
- Rob Greenspan (incumbent)
- Scott Crichton
- Matt Keller
Rich Kissel made a motion to approve the 4 candidates as a slate. Motion was approved unanimously. Welcome Scott and Matt to the Culver Crest Neighborhood Association board of directors. Thanks go out to outgoing board members Jill McKeon and Troy Jackson for their service.