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Beverly Hills News – Planning Commission Review Will Significantly Alter Cultural Heritage Ordinance

Maintaining that historic preservation of single-family homes depresses real estate prices, Planning Commission (PC) Chair Howard Fisher and Commissioner Craig Corman have undertaken to rewrite the Cultural Heritage ordinance that was created just two and a half years ago, when developers sought to demolish one of the three homes built by Master Architect Richard Neutra in Beverly Hills.

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Beverly Hills News – West Los Angeles Street Closures for Halloween Mean Plan Carefully!

jpeg Beverly Hills Police Lt. Michael Foxen, BHPD Traffic Bureau Commander, reports that street closures will be in place as needed in the area of the “Witch’s House.” Closures can be expected in the 500 and 600 blocks of Walden Drive and Linden Drive as well as portions of Carmelita Avenue. The closures can be expected between 5:00 pm and 11:00 pm as needed. Residents of the restricted blocks will be allowed to enter the area. Read More

More Than 25,000 People Walk for AIDS Walk L.A.

aids-walk-los-angeles-309x205   More than 25,000 people walked 10 kilometers through West Hollywood and the Fairfax district today in the 30th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles, raising $2.26 million for AIDS Project Los Angeles and more than 20 other Los Angeles County-based AIDS service organizations, according to organizers. Read More

Beverly Hills News – Ferrari Comes to Beverly Hills

magnum-pi-ferrari Beverly Hills is set to host the largest gathering of Ferrari automobiles ever assembled, as the fine automobile takes over Rodeo Drive Sunday. Over 1,000 Ferrari owners are expected to bring their vehicles to a gathering sponsored by the Italian manufacturer in Beverly Hills to celebrate 60 years of Ferrari in Beverly Hills. Read More