City of Culver City: City Clerk's Office 9770 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA90232 Led by Martin Cole, The City Clerk's Office provides information to keep Culver City citizens and public officials…More informed. The office posts the City Council's agendas and prepares minutes of previous meetings; distributes the City Council meeting packets; maintains public records; conducts the Culver City municipal election; presides over the city's records management program and accepts passport applications. All City Council meeting agendas, "meeting in a minute," and live webcasts can be found online by clicking <a href="http://www.culvercity.org/agenda.aspx">here</a>, and citizens interested in applying for commissions, committees and boards can apply through a <a href="http://www.culvercity.org/Government/CityClerk.aspx">link</a> on the city's website.
The five-member elected City Council provides policy directions to maintain and serve Culver City and its citizens.…More The mayor and vice mayor are chosen from amongst the larger body, and serve in their posts for a term of one year; they also represent the members of the City Redevelopment Agency. The City Council meets the second and fourth Monday of each month in City Hall.</p>
<p>In late April 2012, Councilmember Andy Weissman won reelection to the council and was appointed mayor. Jeff Cooper took on the role of vice mayor. </p>
<p>Mayor Andy Weissman: 310-839-5217</p>
<p>Vice Mayor Jeffrey Cooper: 310-253-6000</p>
<p>Councilmember Micheál O' Leary: 310-837-1917</p>
<p>Councilmember Meghan Sahli-Wells: 310-845-5831</p>
<p>Councilmember Jim Clarke: 310-775-1664</p>