- CicLAvia in CC! August 8, 2015
- Culver City Police Department National Night Out 2015 August 5, 2015
- This Is Culver City July 28, 2015
- Love Wins! July 16, 2015
- New Airplane Routes Over Your Neighborhood? June 14, 2015
Ever since CicLAvia debuted in 2010, I dreamed of bringing it to Culver City. Now the biggest open streets event…
Thanks to the Culver City Police Department for hosting its 3rd annual National Night Out! It was a great opportunity…
Thanks to the pro-bono work of Len Dickter & my husband Karim Sahli – Culver City just got an outstanding…
Back in March, I was proud to sign on to the friend-of-the-court brief to the Supreme Court supporting marriage equality,…
UPDATE: After receiving requests from residents, the City Council of Culver City, Congressmember Karen Bass & the LAX Noise Round…
April 22nd: it’s not only Earth Day – but the Annual Mayor’s Luncheon where I’ll give my State of Culver…
Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells joined 225 other Mayors in signing onto a friend-of-the-court brief urging the Supreme Court to end marriage discrimination nationwide. The brief includes Mayors from towns as small as Thompson, North Dakota, to the largest five cities in the nation, as well as the U.S. Conference of Mayors, the International Municipal Lawyers Association and the National League of Cities. In total, 226 mayors and 40 cities signed onto the brief, making it the largest compilation of mayors/cities from across the country to sign onto a Supreme Court amicus brief.
Mayor Sahli-Wells moved two steps forward for President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) initiative this month. The first step involved a local convening on February 3, including representatives from dozens of community groups. The second step involved accepting an invitation from the White House to participate in My Brother’s Keeper’s National Summit on February 12.
Bruin Pride: UCLA Alum Meghan Sahli-Wells ’97 Talks French, WAC and Leadership.
Meghan Sahli-Wells Joins Mayors Panel to address hot topics including housing prices and cost of living at Westside Urban Forum.
PBSSoCal reports on the controversy over oil drilling and fracking in Culver City. The mayor and an oil representative speak out.
In reaction to the horrific attacks in Paris on the journalists of Charlie Hebdo, shoppers and workers in a kosher market, and the police officers protecting them, Culver City resident Johna Miller organized a candlelight vigil in Culver City’s Town Plaza.
After attending the national convening of Local Progress, Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells was covered in The Nation Magazine
On Thursday, November 13th, Culver City Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells hosted an inaugural Local Action Summit of community leaders at West Los Angeles College to discuss the White House’s “My Brother’s Keeper Community Challenge” . The MBK Challenge, issued to cities, rural counties and tribes around the country by President Obama and the White House, is a collective effort to eliminate opportunity gaps, barriers and challenges facing youth in our community, including boys and young men of color, to ensure that all young people are positioned to succeed.
Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells takes pride in her roles as a public official, bicycle enthusiast, sustainability activist, and mom. Mayor Sahli-Wells’ work toward making Culver City a safer place for bicyclists and pedestrians recently caught the attention of American Bicyclist Magazine, which featured her in its September issue (pp. 24-25). In the article, the Mayor talks about how she became an avid bicyclist and got into politics. She says she was happy to have the chance to highlight bike advocacy and car-light living.
Sustainability “makes our city more walkable and bike-friendly, helps to reduce traffic congestion and pollution, encourages healthy lifestyles, and is good for business too!” says the Mayor.