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.
Legal notification of the EIR can be found here.
More information on the project, public meetings, and updates can be found here. This page also includes a link to the Inglewood Oil Field Draft Environmental Impact Report that will be discussed at Tuesday night’s meeting. Tuesday night’s meeting will also explain the process for providing feedback on these documents.
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
[Minutes of this meeting]
The Culver Crest Neighborhood Association will be holding its next general meeting on Wednesday November 16, 2016, starting at 6:30pm at the El Rincon Elementary School cafetorium. Agenda includes:
- Updates from CCPD
- Golden State Water repiping plan and progresss
- Street resurfacing
- The CCNA has 4 positions open this year (we alternate between 4 and 5 openings per year). Please send all nominations to Rich Kissel (email@example.com)
- Updates about the Oil Fields, West Los Angeles College
The Culver Crest Neighborhood Association will be hosting a City Council Candidates Forum at El Rincon Elementary School on Thursday, March 10 at 7pm. All seven candidates will be speaking. Bring your questions and be prepared to vote on April 12!
There will be an update by Lt. Agaiby, CCPD on the Council adopted policy dealing with Coyotes, and to adress the community on progress with traffic enforcement at our troubled intersections.
The Culver Crest Neighborhood Association’s first general meeting of the year will take place on 7pm on Thursday January 14, 2016, at El Rincon Elementary (minutes of our previous meeting). We will be holding elections for our Board, and discussing issues of concern to our neighborhood including coyotes, West L.A. College and the soundwall, the oil fields, and neighborhood watch.
The CCNA board is comprised of 9 members serving two year terms, of which half come up for reelection on any given year. There are four seats up for election this year, though this year there are normally 4 seats up for election, but a fifth has opened up. Nominations for board seats are still open. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in running.
Culver Crest Neighborhood Association General Meeting and Elections
El Rincon Elementary Cafetorium
Thursday January 14, 2016, 7pm
There will be a special meeting of the Culver Crest Neighborhood Association this Wednesday, December 2nd, at 7pm at El Rincon School.
The meeting is a collaboration with City Administration, CCPD, Animal Control and a representative from the State of California Fish and Wildlife Department.
The purpose is to discuss the Coyote problem and work through some ideas on how to resolve the increasingly bold attacks on pets in the neighborhood.
The next General Meeting of the Culver Crest Neighborhood Association will take place on the evening of Thursday April 23, 2015, at Marycrest Manor at 7pm. Agenda items include:
- The Marycrest Manor fundraiser
- Neighborhood Watch
- Resilience Training overview and progress report — Christine Parra from the City of Culver City
- The State of the City — Presentation by Vice Mayor Micheal O’Leary and City Manager John Nachbar about city programs and current events in our city. Prepared questions to be posed by board members, general Q&A to follow. General topics so far include:
- Development in Culver City
- LAX Noise
- Proposed Hospitality and Entertainment Corridor
- Fox Hills 2.0
- Playa Vista and its effects on Culver City
- South Sepulveda Corridor
- City Budget