Posted Thursday, May 11, 2017 – 6:10 PM
By Matt Lopez
The Beverly Hills school board on Tuesday finalized plans to create a Surplus Advisory Committee to assess the future use of three district-owned properties.
The formation of the committee doesn’t necessarily mean that any changes are happening imminently. In general, the committee, which has been titled a “7-11 Committee,” will be tasked with studying, assessing and making recommendations regarding district-owned properties: the 0.908-acre district office at 255 S. Lasky Dr., the 0.557-acre property being used as a parking lot for Beverly Vista staff and the 2.5-acre oil well property at 9865 W. Olympic Blvd.
The stated goal for the district office is to turn it into a four-story mixed-use development with office and apartment space.
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