Cultural Heritage Commission Seeks New Commissioner
Posted Thursday, June 27, 2019 - 7:35 pm
By Victoria Talbot
The City of Beverly Hills Cultural Heritage Commission is seeking a resident to fill the position of Cultural Heritage Commissioner.
The Commission was established in 2012 to help the City preserve historical and cultural monuments that might otherwise be lost to redevelopment, including buildings, structures, homes and other contributing landmarks that contribute to the physical record of the City.
At the time, the City experienced a backlash when Richard Neutra’s Kronish House was saved from the brink of destruction by a massive deployment of avid preservationists.
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