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Beverly Hills News – The Public is Encouraged to Attend Special Meeting on School Security Tonight

The following is an updated press release from the City of Beverly Hills regarding a meeting to be held tonight at City Hall in conjunction with the regular City Council meeting at 7 p.m. with Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli to address School Security:

Beverly Hills News – BHPD Chief Spagnoli Announces New Appointments

Beverly Hills Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli has announced the promotion of two lieutenants to the position of captain.

Garcetti Proposes DWP Customers’ Bill of Rights With Election Looming

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled a proposed Department of Water and Power "customer bill of rights" Tuesday that he says will guarantee improved service for residents, but some critics questioned whether it would actually have any impact.

Beverly Hills News – Mirisch Moves to Buy Wanda Approval by Announcing Development Agreement Prior to Council Review

A Beverly Hills City press release sent at 10:41 p.m. Friday evening extols an "Unmatched Agreement with Wanda Group" that promises "an additional $550 million in payments to the City over 30 years."

Beverly Hills News – Water Wise Landscaping Free Workshop This Saturday

The Beverly Hills Department of Public Works will be holding a Water Wise Landscaping workshop this Saturday morning 9-11 a.m. at the Public Works building.

Beverly Hills News – City Seeking Public’s Input in Southeast In Motion Workshop

The City of Beverly Hills is sponsoring a community workshop to get feedback from residents and businesses on the future La Cienega Subway Station. The public is invited.

Beverly Hills News – City Settles Lawsuit over Campaign Disclosure and First Amendment With Hilton

The City of Beverly Hills has reached a settlement agreement with Residents for The Beverly Hills Garden and Open Space Initiative over the City's disclosure ordinance regarding the Hilton Initiative for the Nov. 8 ballot. The agreement affects all advertising for the initiative and associated campaign disclosures.

Beverly Hills News – Model Tree Trimming on Parcel 13 Viewed by Public

Early Monday morning, a small group of concerned citizens watched while Beverly Hills' Urban Forester Ken Pfalzgraff supervised the careful trimming of a tree on Parcel 13, along Civic Center Way and Maple Drive. 

Beverly Hills News – City is Awarded the City Livability Award From US Conference of Mayors

The City of Beverly Hills has been awarded the City Livability Award from the US Conference of Mayors for the City's Ambassador Program. Mayor John Mirisch accepted the award on behalf of the City.

Beverly Hills News – Water Wise Landscaping Free Workshop This Saturday

The Beverly Hills Department of Public Works will be holding a Water Wise Landscaping workshop this Saturday morning 9-11 a.m. at the Public Works building.

Beverly Hills News – City Seeking Public’s Input in Southeast In Motion Workshop

The City of Beverly Hills is sponsoring a community workshop to get feedback from residents and businesses on the future La Cienega Subway Station. The public is invited.

Beverly Hills News – Heat Wave Prompts City to Issue Heat Warning!

Residents already know how hot is, but the City wants to make sure that you take care of yourself and that you are aware of the strain such heat brings on the electrical grid.

Chief Beck Joins Muslim and LGBTQ Communities in Solidarity After Orlando

Police Chief Charlie Beck today said the Muslim and LGBTQ communities in Los Angeles are standing together to show that they will not allow incidents like this weekend's mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando to drive a wedge between the two groups.

Beverly Hills News – City Council to Select Fifth Councilmember Tuesday

The Beverly Hills City Council will interview all 24 applicants for the seat vacated by Dr. Willie Brien Tuesday, ending with the expected selection of a candidate to fill out the term.

Beverly Hills News – City Council Set to Interview Candidates for Vacant Seat May 31

The Beverly Hills City Council will interview 24 applicants who have submitted for the position open following the resignation of Councilmember Willie Brien.

Beverly Hills News – City Warns of Upcoming Loma Vista Road Closures

The City of Beverly Hills released the following information Thursday:

Loma Vista Drive will undergo brief road closures on the mornings of April 17 and April 20 for court-ordered road testing. The testing was mandated as part of the litigation over the recent truck accidents on Loma Vista Drive.

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