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.
It’s the holiday season, and along with all the cards, party invitations, and holiday errands to run, there’s also the not-always-fun burden of holiday travel. For many of us, this can mean days – or even weeks – away from home.
A home unoccupied for long periods of time can become a target for thieves. With that in mind, Culver City Police Department Lieutenant Troy Dunlap has written up some handy tips to help everyone on the Crest make sure your home doesn’t become the scene of a holiday heist. Take a look at the PDF below for these helpful tips.
On Tuesday evening, October 24th, from 6:30 PM – 8 PM at El Rincon Elementary School, Culver City is holding a community meeting to provide an overview of proposed regulations to allow 30 new oil wells with potential for hydraulic fracturing within Culver City.
As part of Golden State Water Company’s Ranch Road Area Main Replacement Project, the project’s final resurfacing will be completed on many streets on the Crest next week.
This grinding of the streets is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, October 18 and the paving on Thursday, October 19. No Parking signs will be posted throughout the paving projects. Working hours are between 8am – 5pm. Some streets will be closed to vehicular traffic (Youngsworth, Cranks, Linda Way) during the grinding and paving.
Golden State will be distributing the linked PDF below to residences affected by the project this week. If you have additional questions, please call Project Coordinator Linda Cunningham at 562-522-8835.
As part of the ongoing effort to replace existing water mains with approximately 6,500 feet of new PVC pipe, Golden State Water will be performing a trial shutdown in the water distribution system tomorrow, May 5 between the hours of 11am and 2pm.
Affected Culver Crest residents should have received a flyer on their doors today. During this trial shutdown, residents “may experience fluctuating water pressure and brief periods of water service interruption.”
According to Golden State Water, potentially impacted streets include:
Ranch Road from 10713 Ranch Road to Cranks Road
Cranks Road from Ranch Road to Hill Street
Youngworth from Ranch Road to Flaxton
Flaxton from Youngworth to Drakewood
Drakewood from Flaxton to Ranch Road
Lugo Way from Ranch Road to end of of cul-de-sac
Any questions regarding the project can be directed to Golden State Water’s 800 number: (800) 999-4033.
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.
Elections were held at tonight’s CCNA general meeting. The candidates for the four open seats were:
Margarita Chie (incumbent)
Rob Greenspan (incumbent)
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.
The next General Meeting of the Culver Crest Neighborhood Association will be on January 15, 2014, at Marycrest Manor, at 7pm.
The main topic will be elections to the CCNA Board. In early 2014, we altered the By-Laws of the CCNA to stagger the terms. Board members are elected to two-year terms, with 5 expiring one year and 4 the following. This time around there are 5 seats open for re-election.
Nominations may be made up until the election portion of the meeting. Any nominations sent in prior to the morning of the 15th will have their names printed on the ballot. Nominations made during the meeting will be write-ins. Please send any nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org