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School District OK’s City’s $8M Offer To Monitor Beverly Hills High Oil Well

On Tuesday, the Board of Education unanimously voted 4-0 (Board VP Lisa Korabtov was not in attendance) for the school district to enter into an agreement with the City concerning abandoning and plugging oil wells on school district. The agreement, wherein the City will pay up to $8 million to monitor the Beverly Hills High School Oil Well drill site and plug and cap 19 oil wells, comes less than two weeks after energy company Venoco, LLC agreed to pay the school district $760,000 as part of a “Full and Final Settlement Agreement” following its bankruptcy filing.

School Board Extends JPA Through End Of Year With Expectation Of New Deal

While the precise figure of  the new Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) between the City of Beverly Hills and the Beverly Hills Unified School District had yet to be made public as of press time, sources close to the new deal said the two sides were expected to agree to a contract this month.

Tonight’s Beverly Hills High Fundraiser For Tower Cancer Research Emphasizes Community

When the Beverly Hills High School boys and girls varsity soccer teams face off against Windward school in tonight’s matches, they will not just be playing to win a game, they will be kicking for a cure in the battle against cancer.

US Stocks Rise Ahead Of Key Consumer Data

Wall Street stocks rose back into record territory early Tuesday ahead of data on US consumer confidence and a Senate confirmation hearing for Federal Reserve nominee Jerome Powell.

Temple Emanuel Hosts First Musical Shabbat Saturday In Beverly Canon Gardens

The Beverly Hills community is invited to celebrate with song tomorrow morning starting at 9 a.m. at Beverly Hills Canon Gardens. Hosted by Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills, tomorrow’s “Musical Shabbat” is an opportunity for local families to connect in this beautiful local park.

Greystone Mansion Celebrates The Holiday Season With “Greystone After Dark”

The historic Doheny Greystone Mansion is set to be the backdrop for a particularly romantic holiday evening Sunday at Greystone After Dark.

School District OK’s City’s $8M Offer To Monitor Beverly Hills High Oil Well

On Tuesday, the Board of Education unanimously voted 4-0 (Board VP Lisa Korabtov was not in attendance) for the school district to enter into an agreement with the City concerning abandoning and plugging oil wells on school district. The agreement, wherein the City will pay up to $8 million to monitor the Beverly Hills High School Oil Well drill site and plug and cap 19 oil wells, comes less than two weeks after energy company Venoco, LLC agreed to pay the school district $760,000 as part of a “Full and Final Settlement Agreement” following its bankruptcy filing.

School Board Extends JPA Through End Of Year With Expectation Of New Deal

While the precise figure of  the new Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) between the City of Beverly Hills and the Beverly Hills Unified School District had yet to be made public as of press time, sources close to the new deal said the two sides were expected to agree to a contract this month.

Development At Former Friars Club Site Continued to January By Planning Commission

After a long evening of public comment and applicant testimony, the Beverly Hills Planning Commission continued a hearing on a mixed-use residential and commercial project located at 9908 South Santa Monica Blvd. Once the location of the renowned Friars Club, a vacant lot that is currently being used for parking.

Vera, Paul Guerin To Be Honored By U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum At Its 2018 ‘What You Do Matters’ Los Angeles Dinner

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum will present Vera and Paul Guerin with its National Leadership Award at the upcoming 2018 Los Angeles Dinner: “What You Do Matters” on Thursday, March 1.

Tonight’s Beverly Hills High Fundraiser For Tower Cancer Research Emphasizes Community

When the Beverly Hills High School boys and girls varsity soccer teams face off against Windward school in tonight’s matches, they will not just be playing to win a game, they will be kicking for a cure in the battle against cancer.

George Christy Talks About Tom Hanks, Tina Brown, Vanity Fair and more

Twice Oscar-winner Tom Hanks has written screenplays, and now makes his fiction debut as the author of seventeen short tales. Uncommon Type, Some Stories, published by the prestigious house of Knopf.

All Smiles – Horace Mann students in kindergarten, first and second grade treated elected officials to a hands-on look at the work they are creating

The Board of Education got a special treat at its formal meeting on Tuesday when Horace Mann students in kindergarten, first and second grade treated the elected officials to a hands-on look at the work they are creating using programs on their iPads like Quiver, Seesaw and Clever. The students, along with Horace Mann Principal Juliet Fine and Assistant Principal David Foldvary, are pictured above just after the presentation. Stated Fine: "The students are so enthusiastic to share all of the technology that their teachers have integrated into their daily lessons and curriculum. I'm so impressed by the work that our teachers are doing with the kids.”
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