Beverly Hills News – City Council Election Season Begins | BH Courier

Beverly Hills News – City Council Election Season Begins

Byron Pope and candidate Frances Bilak
Byton Pope and Candidate Lester Friedman with Simone Friedman
Byron Pope with candidate Vera Markowitz
Byron Pope with candidate Robert Wunderlich
Byron Pope and Vice Mayor Nancy Krasne
Byron Pope and Robert Weinstein
Eliot Finkel and Byron Pope

Updated: Tuesday, November 15, 2016 – 3:19 PM

City Treasurer Eliot Finkel pulled papers today.

Updated: Tuesday, November 15, 2016 – 1:07 PM

Monday saw the following candidates pull papers for the race for three seats on the City Council:

Recreation and Parks Commissioner Frances Bilak, Traffic and Parking Commissioner Lester Friedman, Resident Vera Markowitz, Incumbent Vice Mayor Nancy Krasne, Robert Wunderlich Member, Board of Directors for the Metropolitan Water District and Beverly Hills’ representative, and newcomer to the field, attorney Robert Weinstein. City Treasurer Eliot Finkel is expected to pull his papers today. 

Posted: Monday, November 14, 2016 – 9:40 AM

Candidates for the March City Council election in Beverly Hills began lining up to pull their papers at City Clerk Byron Pope’s office Monday morning at 7:30 a.m., beginning with Recreation and Parks Commission Chair Frances Bilak.

Traffic and Parking Commissioner Lester Friedman pulled his papers at 8:30 a.m.

Signed up with the City Clerk and ready to pull their papers are incumbent Councilmember Nancy Krasne, Metropolitan Water District Board Member Robert Wunderlich, resident Vera Markowitz, resident Robert Weinstein and City Treasurer Eliot Finkel. 

Planning Commissioner Howard Fisher will be pulling papers for the race for  City Treasurer later this week.

Candidates have until Dec. 9 to pull their papers and return their completed forms and signatures assuming the incumbents, Nancy Krasne, Mayor John Mirisch and Councilmember Kathy Reims submit reelection papers. However, Reims signed a pledge not to run for City Council in March. 

Assuming she does not pull papers as she pledged, the deadline will extend to Dec. 14. 

Candidates must be residents registered to vote in Beverly Hills who are 18 years of age.

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