The Culver Crest Neighborhood Association is pleased to announce its 2018 Culver City Council Candidates Forum. All four candidates running for the two available City Council seats will be participating.
Culver Crest Neighborhood Association Candidates Forum
Wednesday February 21, 2018 @ 7:00pm
El Rincon Elementary School Cafetorium
11177 Overland Ave, Culver City, CA 90230
Multiple questions will be asked of all four candidates in this forum and each candidate will have a fixed amount of time to respond. We will be asking questions relating to issues that are important to residents of Culver City and Culver Crest, including issues on oil fields, West Los Angeles College, Traffic, Development, Schools, City Government, LAX, and other issues relating to the quality of life here in Culver Crest.
If you have a question for the candidates, either leave a reply to this post or send your question to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will also take into consideration questions submitted at the start of the event.
Culver Crest neighbor Barbara Markoe is hosting an update on NextGen this Sunday February 11, 2018 at 3pm along with Dani Zandel. The meeting will cover currently available information from the LAX Roundtable and solicit neighbors who are informed and want to play an active role moving forward. Please contact Barbara directly at (310) 266-2077 if you wish to participate.
The City of Culver City released their final draft of their Hillside Development Standards Study for the R-1 Neighborhood of Culver Crest at the City Council meeting on January 22, 2018. Online comments may be submitted as well.
The Culver Crest Neighborhood Association will host its next general meeting on Tuesday December 5, 2017, at the El Rincon Elementary Cafetorium, beginning at 6:30 pm. Agenda is as follows:
- CCNA Board Elections – 5 positions expiring – Mike Doyle
- Culver City Police Department / Neighborhood Watch
- Oil fields update / EIR (Environmental Impact Report) update
- Cannabis / Marijuana Legalization status
- Disaster Resilience / Emergency Prepareness / CERT
- Development in Culver City / Mansionization / Building Freeze on Culver Crest
- Golden State Water update
- LAX overflight
- Resident’s Open Items / Comments
The annual Hazardous Waste Roundup is happening again on June 24, 2017, 9am-3pm, in the parking lot in front of the Wende Museum in Culver City.
If you haven’t attended one of these before, it’s awesome to have one of these in Culver City. But it’s also a bit surreal: from the paddle tennis court parking lot entrance by Elenda St. you enter the hazmat corridor that’s set up between there and the end of the Wende Museum. You’re surrounded by folks in hazmat suits and asked to not leave your vehicle. You pop open your trunk, thinking that they’ll somehow pluck E.T. from the depths of your spare tire. Instead each station grabs the appropriate items, e.g. paints, batteries, e-waste, etc. and then at the end you fill out a survey. 5 minutes later you’re out of there thinking about what else you could have brought with you from your garage!
The flyer has all the details for your next trip.
Minutes from the CCNA General Meeting of 04/25/2017
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.