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Beverly Hills News -Kathy Reims Chosen As New Beverly Hills Councilmember Despite Gold’s Objections

Kathy Reims After a full day interviewing the 23 applicants to fill the vacancy left by the departure of Councilmember Willie Brien, the four remaining council members have selected former Planning Commissioner, Traffic and Parking Commissioner and member of the Budget Review Committee Kathy Reims as the fifth councilmember. Reims has also served on the Santa Monica Boulevard Reconstruction Committee, Beverly Hills Meals on Wheels and the El Rodeo PTA. 6:26 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – Mayor to Seek Council Support to Develop Driverless Vehicle Transport

Driverless-Car-Featured The Beverly Hills City Council will be examining the feasibility of an autonomous vehicle program within the City to provide driverless transportation to residents for "first and last mile" issues related to the Metro Purple Line Extension into Beverly Hills, to relieve traffic congestion on short trips, aid senior residents in local mobility solutions, and create visionary options that could place the City in the lead for technological vision. 10:30 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – City Council Elects New Mayor, Vice Mayor

group hug The Beverly Hills City Council has elected a new mayor and vice mayor in a unanimous vote at Tuesday's City Council meeting. Vice Mayor John Mirisch will be installed as mayor on March 16 at the installation ceremony to be held at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Samuel Goldwyn Theater. 4:09 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – Aluzri, Lightner, City Staff Enabled Toxic Tree Cutting Mess

v-12-13 Aerial before Documents obtained by The Courier through a California Public Records Act demand reveal that Beverly Hills City staff showed a pattern of disregard for the regulatory agency with oversight on the arsenic-contaminated Parcels 12 &13 and that following the events, City staff was instructed to engage in a city-wide misinformation campaign to counter public outrage over the cut trees. 6:45 pm Read More