Feed Culver recognized for helping those with food insecurity
The results of the Nov. 3 general election were officially certified by the city of Culver City at Monday’s meeting, officially swearing in two new members in Albert Vera [emphasis added] and Yasmine Imani-McMorrin to replace those whose term limits expired and continuing the mayoral rotation. Alex Fisch was nominated to serve as mayor, with Daniel Lee subsequently nominated as vice mayor. No dissent was given for either choice.
In addition to Vera and Imani-McMorrin, councilmember Göran Eriksson [emphasis added] — who relinquished his position as mayor at the meeting — also retook his oaths after winning his reelection for city council.
The meeting began on a different note, as the city opened the night with a series of commendations for Culver City residents who helped provide food and other services to those in need. In particular, the efforts of FeedCulver and Grace Diner were celebrated and recognized for their efforts in helping those who are food insecure in the city.
FeedCulver is a grassroots organization that came together as the result of collaboration between several organizations — including the Exchange Club of Culver City Charitable Foundation, Culver City Chamber of Commerce, the City of Culver City and the Downtown Business Association.
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