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 City of Beverly Hills has announced the appointment of Helen Morales to the position of Deputy Director of Rent Stabilization in the Community Development, overseeing the newly created Rent Stabilization Program for thousands of renters and landlords throughout the City.
Tonight 6:30-8 p.m. the City will host the first of two scheduled Rent Stabilization Workshops to be held at Roxbury Park this week. The second workshop is scheduled for 9 a.m. -12 p.m. on Saturday morning.
The following is an updated press release from the City of Beverly Hills regarding a meeting to be held tonight at City Hall in conjunction with the regular City Council meeting at 7 p.m. with Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli to address School Security:
Beverly Hills Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli has announced the promotion of two lieutenants to the position of captain.
The Beverly Hills Human Relations Commission will be talking about Landlord-Tenant issues Thursday morning at 9 a.m. at City Hall. The commission is to make recommendations to the City Council for the Jan. 24 meeting that will aid in making changes to the Municipal Code that will update ordinances that have not been updated for decades.
The US Postal Service is making an effort to connect with Beverly Hills residents who are frustrated with undelivered mail, mail delivered to the wrong address, lost packages, stolen mail, days when there is no delivery, poor window service (or no window service), bad service, lost vacation mail, failed vacation holds, lost mail, and the list goes on and on. Their solution? Friday meet-and-greets.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled a proposed Department of Water and Power "customer bill of rights" Tuesday that he says will guarantee improved service for residents, but some critics questioned whether it would actually have any impact.
A Beverly Hills City press release sent at 10:41 p.m. Friday evening extols an "Unmatched Agreement with Wanda Group" that promises "an additional $550 million in payments to the City over 30 years."