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Beverly Hills and L.A. Confront Party Houses

In the few weeks, Los Angeles has faced a reckoning over an unintended consequence of prolonged social isolation: house parties. Neighborhoods and cities have reported upticks in complaints about large, residential gatherings, worrying public health officials over the risk of undermining progress made in the fight against COVID-19.

Beverly Hills Health and Safety Commission Talks Facts

Despite the most recent mandate urging everyone within the County of Los Angeles to remain in their residences whenever practicable, increasingly more people are out and about. In addition, the rise of gatherings is further exacerbating community transmission of COVID-19 across the county.

Beverly Hills City Council Considers Capital Improvement Budget

The economic downturn wrought by the Covid-19 pandemic has taken a toll on City operations, and the Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) Budget is one notable victim.

Beverly Hills Schools Announces Spring Break Protocols

The Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) has taken precautionary steps to notify parents and students about the potential spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Board of Education Discusses Teaching Service Reduction and Staff Parking Resolution

Over a dozen Beverly Hills High School students and members of the community let their voices be heard during public comment at the Board of Education meeting on March 10.
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