By Debbie Lyons

   Culver correspondent
   With a vote of two to one, Anzie Adams was elected to the Culver City Council to fill the vacant councilor position on Wednesday, March 5.
   Councilor Richard Hancock made the motion to elect Adams. Paul Sumner, Culver city attorney, swore in Adams at 7:45 p.m.
   A special meeting was held on Wednesday for the council to interview the two applicants, Adams and Amy McCully-Rife.
   During the interviews, Adams and McCully-Rife, who are both of Culver, answered the same seven questions from the council and were given several minutes to summarize why they wanted the position.
   Following the interviews, the council held a public meeting for comments, and then appointed the position.
   Adams' councilor position will run until Dec. 31, 2008.
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