The Beverly Hills City Council approved a plan to modify the rates and charges for water services and facilities furnished to its customers by the City.
Beverly Hills City Manager Mahdi Aluzri announced that he will be retiring in May, ending a 35-year career in public service, mostly in Beverly Hills.
The City Council voted unanimously to call up the project at 1115 Calle Vista Drive Tuesday for a de novo hearing on approvals for three R-1 permits.
City Clerk Byron Pope is retiring after 18 years of service to the City of Beverly Hills at the end of the month and over 175 residents, commissioners, mayors, former commissioners and mayors, BHPD and BHFD, including two retired Fire Chiefs, fellow City Clerks and a host of extended family members honored him with a dinner at Greystone Mansion Wednesday.
The Beverly Hills City Council will hold two Special Meetings to review possible amendments to the Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO) on Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. and Oct. 18 at 10 a.m. in Council Chambers. They will also receive the final report from HR&A Advisors on the RSO, amended from the draft report that was presented in July to include feedback received during the Facilitated Dialogue Sessions this summer.
Landlords and tenants filled the Municipal Gallery Sunday for another round of facilitated dialogue with Prof. Sukhsimranjit Singh, moving a step closer to a conclusion of the discussions on the finalization of the Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO).
With a trial date set for July 19, Loma Linda Holdings, Ltd., Trustee for the Loma Linda Holdings Trust for 1193 and 1184 Loma Linda Dr., has failed to file an opening brief in a lawsuit that challenges the Hillside Ordinance.
BOLD, an acronym for Beverly Hills Open Later Days, returns to the business triangle Aug. 2, featuring a plethora of activities that will entertain visitors while shops remain open an extra two hours on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
Something rather atypical happened at the end of Wednesday evening’s L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) community meeting in Beverly Hills: there were no questions. “They usually have an hour or so of questions,” confirmed Beverly Hills Unified attorney Terry Tao, who said he had attended all of the previous nine such monthly Metro-led community meetings at Beverly Hills City Hall.
Beverly Hills Mayor Julian Gold wasted no time in making his thoughts known once he found out that Superintendent Michael Bregy had emailed Beverly Hills Unified parents on Wednesday about his intention to involve the City in the school district’s fight against the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) having set up its subway construction staging area directly adjacent to 33 portable classrooms in which Beverly Hills High School students are now being taught.