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Beverly Hills News – Chamber to Host One Beverly Hills Thursday

The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce government affairs committee will host Rohan àBeckett, Deputy General Manager of Wanda’s Beverly Hills office, developer of One Beverly Hills will provide an update on the One Beverly Hills project and Martha Eros, Transportation Planner for the City of Beverly Hills to discuss the City's Bike Share Pilot Program Thursday. 3:00 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – City To Enter $1 Million Agreement With Developers On Townscape Project

The City Council Consent Calendar, usually approved with one vote on several items unless an item is pulled by a council member for more discussion, includes an item wherein the City of Beverly Hills will enter into a $1 million agreement with Angelo Gordon Real Estate Inc., associated with the "informal public evaluation of the Townscape Partners development proposal for City property surrounding 336 Foothill Road and 9268 Third Street." 6:45 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – City Council’s Citizen’s Committee on Parcels 12 & 13 Selected

As directed by the City Council at the meeting on Jan. 5 following a report from City Attorney Carol Lynch that was rejected as incomplete, there will be an organizational meeting to begin a new investigation into the events that led to the cutting down of trees on parcels 12 & 13, on land belonging to the Beverly Hills Land Company and Lyn Konheim, and the City of Beverly Hills. 9:23 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – City, Konheim Act To Contain Soil On Toxic Parcels

Rincon Environmental Scientist Devin DeNapoli takes samples of the soil. Following a week of confusion, anger and concern expressed by residents and stakeholders concerned about the possible exposure to arsenic-contaminated soil, the City of Beverly Hills has responded. The City is acting to clean up the mess that resulted when Beverly Hills Land Company (BHLC) decided to cut down over 190 trees on Parcels 12 & 13 at the easternmost end of the Santa Monica Boulevard without following the path explicitly laid out by the Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC), a state environmental agency. 4:54 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Will Have A Dog Park!

Dog Park Dream Team, Left-Right: Marcia Hobbs, president and publisher Beverly Hills Courier, Councilmember Nancy Krasne, Animal Activist Tina Sinatra, Vice Mayor John Mirisch, Front Row, Left -Right: The Beverly Hills Bear, Councilmember Lili Bosse, Teri Austin, President of the Amanda Foundation After nearly a decade of trying, the City of Beverly Hills is going to get its first dog park. Councilmember Lili Bosse, who made the dog park the Number One priority of her tenure as Mayor last year, was gleeful as comments drew to a close. "I want to make the motion," she cried out enthusiastically. And she did. 1:36 pm Read More