Local Business ProvidesDMV Services in Cudahy
orge Ramirez and hiswife Estela have alwayswanted to open theirown business in Cudahy,and a year and a half ago theRa
mirez family took overC-Mart Grocery on thecorner of Wilcox Ave. andSanta Ana Street.“Having lived in Cudahy formany years, we just wantedto bring convenience to localresidents,” said Ramirez.And convenience is whatyou get.Open Monday throughSunday from 8:30 AM to9:30PM to “accommodateour customers,” C-Martoffers products from Mexico,Guatemala, El Salvador, andmany other Latin Americancountries.The Mexican chips “Takis”are very popular with kidssaid daughter JasselynRamirez, while adultspurchase International CallingCards.The neatly arrangedshelves offer products foundin larger stores. Milk, eggs,cheese, bread, beans, rice, andmany name brand productsare just a short walk fromhome. Many customers stopby on their way home fromwork to pick up items fordinner.Ramirez is thankful forthe “nice people” who shophis store and to the City of Cudahy for their support of small businesses in the city.
otor Vehicle Regis-tration &
InsuranceServices is yourone-stop for yourdriving needs.When Cudahy residents needDMV ser
vices, they don’t have towait in long lines. A short visitto Motor Vehicle Registration &Insurance Services on AtlanticBoulevard will get them on theirway.For over 11 years, Rosa andAdan Melendez have offeredmotor vehicle services for theconvenience of Cudahy residentsand out-of-town visitors.Auto registration, title trans-fers, VIN verication, and autoinsurance are just a few of theservices they provide. With manycommercial truck drivers livingin Cudahy, the Melendez familyspecializes in truck permits, ap-portion plates, and out of stateOfce was David Vela.“We’re proud to be partneringwith the City of Cudahy on
thisriver revitalization project,” Vela
when it’s safe to do so...the lightsautomatically ash.Tentatively we are targeting thewarning light installations on Eliza-beth Street, Santa Ana, and LiveOak.Providing our children excel-lent school facilities is importantto our City Ofcials. Supportingthe School District, Cudahy wason hand at the groundbreakingof a new Elementary School andEarly Education Center at Live Oakand Cudahy. Set to open in sev-eral years, the new school will serveCudahy children and promises tokeep class sizes smaller…making fora better learning environment.Attracting new shopping andbusinesses is a City priority as wellas improving and supporting ourexisting businesses.In the near future, the city islooking at a new 74 acre retailshopping development coming tothe Atlantic Ave. and Patata Streetarea.And, a facelift for the shoppingcenter on the corner of AtlanticBlvd. and Hartle Ave. will bringthose existing businesses into themodern look developing along Cu-dahy’s Atlantic business corridor.Enjoy the summer in the City,and always come to your City Hallfor any assistance. Our door is al-ways open.
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truck permits.“We’re helping to keep theroads safe,” said Adan Melendez,referring to the truck services.When truck drivers come fromout-of-state, they need permitsin California, permits they canget at Motor Vehicle Registration& Insurance Services.Along with daughter Pauly-na, the Melendez family makesit their business to help Cudahyresidents.Located at 7910 Atlantic Blvd.,Unit L, Motor Vehicle Registra-tion & Insurance Services is open9AM to 6PM, Monday throughFriday, and 10AM to 3PM on Sat-urday. Phone (323) 773-5500.
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said. “Cudahy is situated in oneof the most densely populatedsections of the county, whereresidents—especially apartmentdwellers—often rely on publicparks to take the place of privatebackyards. So it’s important thatwe take advantage of opportuni-ties like this one, where the countyand the city leverage each other’sdollars to create park space that isdirely needed.”The City is supporting thecommunity of Cudahy and itsyouth by creating spaces wherechildren can play and be healthy.Other aspects of the City’s healthinitiative include new parks to be