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2501, 2023

Culver City Moves Forward with Anti-Camping Ordinance Targeting the Unhoused

By |January 25th, 2023|

Monday evening, the Culver City Council voted in favor of an anti-camping ordinance that would prevent unhoused residents from establishing a defined camping facility on public grounds. In summarizing a staff report for the council, Assistant City Manager Jesse Mays was quick to point out, however, that the measure does not bar the unhoused from sleeping using blankets, pillows, or sleeping bags unless there is shelter space available for them to utilize.

1101, 2023

Culver Council Majority Should Let McMorrin Represent Culver City

By |January 11th, 2023|

It’s only January 11th and the new Culver City Council majority is already exhausting me. The 1950’s-syle trio of Mayor Albert Vera and Councilmembers Göran Eriksson and Dan O’Brien have already rescinded a previously approved (the same night!) minimum wage for workers at Southern California Hospital. They have already set in motion an anti-camping ordinance that will just shuffle people experiencing homelessness from one street to the next, without a clear plan to provide services in place in a city with no shelter beds. Now, these Chamber of Commerce lackeys want to seemingly hide the only female and Black councilmember from public view.

2112, 2022

Culver City’s New Council Majority Wasting No Time on Cruelty

By |December 21st, 2022|

On Wednesday, the Culver City Council will conduct a bit of a flash meeting, called at the last minute by Mayor Alex Vera and the new, more conservative council majority to do one single thing: Pass an “Anti-Camping” ordinance which criminalizes homelessness. They’ll say it doesn’t “criminalize” homelessness, that this will be the spark that gets the unhoused into services.

1512, 2022

Culver City Bids Farewell to Councilmembers Lee & Fisch and Installs O’Brien and Puza; Rescinds Health Worker Minimum Wage

By |December 15th, 2022|

On Monday evening, Culver City Mayor Daniel Lee and Councilmember Alex Fisch departed their terms on the city council after a single four-year term each. Dr. Lee had run for Congress, and Mr. Fisch ran a close third in the recent November 8 election which only allowed for two members to be elected to the city council. Several members of the public were on hand to thank them both for their service.

Culver City Moves Forward with Anti-Camping Ordinance Targeting the Unhoused

By |January 25th, 2023|

Monday evening, the Culver City Council voted in favor of an anti-camping ordinance that would prevent unhoused residents from establishing a defined camping facility on public grounds. In summarizing a staff report for the council, Assistant City Manager Jesse Mays was quick to point out, however, that the measure does not bar the unhoused from sleeping using blankets, pillows, or sleeping bags unless there is shelter space available for them to utilize.

Culver Council Majority Should Let McMorrin Represent Culver City

By |January 11th, 2023|

It’s only January 11th and the new Culver City Council majority is already exhausting me. The 1950’s-syle trio of Mayor Albert Vera and Councilmembers Göran Eriksson and Dan O’Brien have already rescinded a previously approved (the same night!) minimum wage for workers at Southern California Hospital. They have already set in motion an anti-camping ordinance that will just shuffle people experiencing homelessness from one street to the next, without a clear plan to provide services in place in a city with no shelter beds. Now, these Chamber of Commerce lackeys want to seemingly hide the only female and Black councilmember from public view.

Culver City’s New Council Majority Wasting No Time on Cruelty

By |December 21st, 2022|

On Wednesday, the Culver City Council will conduct a bit of a flash meeting, called at the last minute by Mayor Alex Vera and the new, more conservative council majority to do one single thing: Pass an “Anti-Camping” ordinance which criminalizes homelessness. They’ll say it doesn’t “criminalize” homelessness, that this will be the spark that gets the unhoused into services.

Culver City Bids Farewell to Councilmembers Lee & Fisch and Installs O’Brien and Puza; Rescinds Health Worker Minimum Wage

By |December 15th, 2022|

On Monday evening, Culver City Mayor Daniel Lee and Councilmember Alex Fisch departed their terms on the city council after a single four-year term each. Dr. Lee had run for Congress, and Mr. Fisch ran a close third in the recent November 8 election which only allowed for two members to be elected to the city council. Several members of the public were on hand to thank them both for their service.

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