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Beverly Hills News – Chamber to Explore Critical Issues Thursday

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Posted: Tuesday, May 19, 2015 – 12:21 PM

By Victoria Talbot

The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee has a hefty agenda Thursday, as they bring members to the table to hear the latest news Stage D Water Conservation, Residential Real Estate Signage and the expiration of the Venoco oil & gas leases at Beverly Hills High School.

Senior land negotiator for Venoco Pat Moran will discuss the operations at the oilfield drill site on Olympic Blvd., located at the women’s football field at Beverly Hills High School. Venoco operates the only drill site located within the City of Beverly Hills and is seeking to extend its 1959 oil & gas lease with the Beverly Hills Unified School District from its expiration in December 2016 to December 2026. 

Rob Aigner of Keller Williams Realty will present the rules governing residential real estate signs in the City of Beverly Hills. Aigner and a coalition of real estate professionals are seeking changes to signage ordinances that prohibit most displays in the City. The group is seeking comment from business and residential communities about possible reforms to the Municipal Code.,

Senior Management Analyst Michelle Tse will discuss the City’s recent adoption of Stage D Water Restrictions in an effort to conform to State-mandated cuts of 36% for the City of Beverly Hills, the impact on the City and upon the business community.

The monthly Government Affairs Committee meeting is held 8:30 – 9:45 a.m. Thursday in the Chamber Boardroom, 9400 Santa Monica Blvd. 2nd Floor. Two hour of free parking is available in the Beverly-Canon parking lot.

R.S.V.P. to Andy Sywak, Director of Economic Development & Government Affairs, 310-248-1039

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