The Beverly Hills City Council recognized Carroll & Co. on Tuesday as one of Beverly Hills’ finest menswear traditions and as a Legacy Business. Since 1949, when John Carroll’s father Richard started selling suits on South Beverly Drive, Carroll & Co has been providing some of the world’s most sophisticated men with the discerning style and impeccable tailoring they require. Pictured, from left: Jennifer Carroll Wilson, Lena Wilson, Michael Horsburgh, Judy Carroll, Abbe Carroll Horsburgh, Melanie Carroll, Zoe Wilson, Lexy Carroll, John Carroll, Mayor Julian Gold, Vice Mayor John Mirisch and City Councilmembers Lili Bosse, Les Friedman and Bob Wunderlich.
Beverly Hills resident Yari De Leon, is looking for her cat. De Leon attended Tuesday's City Council meeting to join fellow resident, Elizabeth Beck, and former Commissioner Ilona Sherman after Beck and De Leon were contacted by Code Enforcement over their Missing Cat posts.
The Beverly Hills City Council voted 5-0 to ban the sale of flavored tobacco products Tuesday, including menthol cigarettes, flavored cigar products, and any tobacco product that “produces characterizing flavor.”
Beverly Hills Boy Scout Troop 110 held an Eagle Court of Honor ceremony at City Hall’s City Council chambers last week, where a remarkable seven Eagle Scouts were honored. All seven teens took part in service projects that directly benefitted Beverly Hills: three at Franklin Canyon Park; one at Beverly Hills High School; and one at Virginia Robinson Gardens. Pictured front row (from left): Daniel Weiner, Jack Klines and Nate Alpern. Back row (from left): Alex Kleerup, Michael Huang, Toby Orvin and James Masutani.
Renters and Landlords in the City of Beverly Hills can look forward to another round of civic engagement on the Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO) as the summer winds down. The Beverly Hills City Council will receive the results of the analysis of the RSO Tuesday at 7 p.m. at City Hall.
The Beverly Hills City Council was not satisfied with the draft Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) that has been negotiated over several months with Metro for Section 2 of the Purple Line Subway Extension.
The Beverly Hills City Council and the Fine Arts Commission joined Mark and Cathy Louchheim to dedicate Folded Square – Alphabet G, a sculpture by Fletcher Benton, to its public art collection. The Louchheim’s graciously donated the piece, which is located inside the Burton Way Median at Rexford Drive. “We are very, very fortunate to receive this donation and to add another Fletcher Benton piece to our collection,” said Mayor Julian Gold. The second Benton sculpture can be found in Maltz Park at Sunset Boulevard and Whittier Drive. Fine Art Commission Chair Zale Richard Rubins said,”Art enhances the everyday experiences... In building a world-class public art collection by adding pieces like Folded Square - Alphabet G, our hope is that people will be surprised, delighted, intrigued and inspired by what they see.” Pictured (from left): Councilmember Robert Wunderlich, Vice Mayor John Mirisch, Mayor Julian Gold, Mark and Cathy Louchheim, Councilmember Lili Bosse, Councilmember Lester Friedman, Fine Art Chair Zale Richard Rubins, Fine Art Vice Chair Stephanie Vahn, Fine Art Commissioner Michael Smooke, Fine Art Commissioner Alan Kaye.
Some residents are grumbling over plans for a makeover of the Burton Way Median into a water efficient landscape project that would include the removal of the lush, green turf to comply with the Federal Clean Water Act.
Efforts continue to gather signatures on a petition that will stop the City’s new Basement Ordinance from going into effect, overturning the will of the residents and the vote of the entire City Council for the benefit of real estate agent Branden Williams and his client billionaire developer Francesco Aquilini, who wish to build the project on Loma Linda Drive.