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Proposed Institute Raises Ire Among Westside Residents

A massive new project that is designed to leave a small environmental footprint, but cuts across an established public open space easement in the former landfill area adjacent to the Getty Center was the subject of a nearly standing-room only presentation at the Skirball Center Sunday, organized by ProtectOurWildlands.org.

FIRE! How to Prepare for an Evacuation

Evacuation is not something we do every day. Knowing that you are in a potential evacuation situation is a plus - gives you time to prepare for the best possible outcome. These tips were posted by the Bel Air Association:

Beverly Hills’ Spiegel Family, KISS’ Gene Simmons Honored At Yad Vashem Gala

The power of stories was in full force at Wednesday evening’s “Salute To Hollywood” fundraiser at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel for the American Society for Yad Vashem and the Jewish Life Foundation.

Beverly Hills News – Genesis Open Second-Round Play at Riviera Country Club Rained Out!

Second-round play in the $7 million Genesis Open at Riviera County Club was suspended Friday because of severe weather, with Venezuelan Jhonattan Vegas and Sam Saunders sharing a one-stroke lead over fellow American Jason Kokrak.

Bel Air Association Offers Carpooling to Meet & Greet Event with New Director of City Planning

Meet & Greet the new Director of the Department of City Planning for the City of Los Angeles, Vince Bertoni.

Bel Air Association to Offer Carpools for Meet & Greet with New Director of City Planning

Meet & Greet the new Director of the Department of City Planning for the City of Los Angeles, Vince Bertoni.

Initiative for Temporary Halt to Major Developments in Los Angeles Moves Forward

Proponents of a measure that would temporarily halt major development projects in Los Angeles said today they are moving forward with their initiative, after Mayor Eric Garcetti failed to offer up a substitute plan.

Water Outage Affects Parts of Bel Air

A water outage has shut down water on Bel-Air Road, Cuesta Way, Nimes Road, Nimes Place and Strada Vecchio Road.

Beverly Hills News – City’s ‘The Big Short’ – Hillside Ordinance Opponents’ Self-Interest Compels Misinformation Campaign

The proposed Beverly Hills Hillside Ordinance will be the subject of a special meeting of the Planning Commission on Thursday at 7 p.m. and opponents have been gearing up feverishly. 

Bel Air Association Offers Carpooling to Meet & Greet Event with New Director of City Planning

Meet & Greet the new Director of the Department of City Planning for the City of Los Angeles, Vince Bertoni.

Bel Air Association to Offer Carpools for Meet & Greet with New Director of City Planning

Meet & Greet the new Director of the Department of City Planning for the City of Los Angeles, Vince Bertoni.

Playboy Mansion Sold to the Guy Next Door for $100 Million

The Playboy Mansion has sold and Hugh Hefner goes with it, marking the biggest sale of the year. Daren Metropoulos principal at Metropoulos & Co. and co-owner of Hostess Brands is buying the home with an agreement to allow Hef to continue to reside there. 

Beverly Hills News – UCLA Gunman’s Car Located in Culver City

UCLA gunman Mainak Sarkar's car was located today in Culver City and investigators found a handgun and several gasoline cans in its trunk, but the containers were only thought to have been used for refueling the vehicle during the suspect's trip to Los Angeles from Minnesota.

Beverly Hills News – Judge to Rule on Redstone Granddaughter as Co-Petitioner

A judge is expected to rule today on a request by Sumner Redstone's granddaughter to become a co-petitioner with her grandfather's former flame in a bid to regain control of his healthcare decisions.

Documents Show Former Bel-Air Association Leaders Firmly Aligned With Developers, Not Residents

On March 17, nearly 200 members of the Bel-Air community came together to vote in nine new Bel-Air Association board members, while approving a set of sweeping new bylaws to bring better governance and transparency to protect homeowners.

 

Beverly Hills News – Kerry to Give Foreign Policy Speech in Los Angeles Tuesday

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will deliver what's being called a "major foreign policy address" in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday.
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