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Beverly Hills News – The Public is Encouraged to Attend Special Meeting on School Security Tonight

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 News – BHPD Chief Spagnoli Announces New Appointments

Beverly Hills Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli has announced the promotion of two lieutenants to the position of captain.

Garcetti Proposes DWP Customers’ Bill of Rights With Election Looming

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.

Beverly Hills News – Mirisch Moves to Buy Wanda Approval by Announcing Development Agreement Prior to Council Review

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."

Beverly Hills News – Water Wise Landscaping Free Workshop This Saturday

The Beverly Hills Department of Public Works will be holding a Water Wise Landscaping workshop this Saturday morning 9-11 a.m. at the Public Works building.

Beverly Hills News – City Seeking Public’s Input in Southeast In Motion Workshop

The City of Beverly Hills is sponsoring a community workshop to get feedback from residents and businesses on the future La Cienega Subway Station. The public is invited.

Beverly Hills News – Koretz Will Not Support The Largest ‘House’ in Los Angeles

Following the publication of an article on Friday that detailed what would have been the biggest home ever built in Los Angeles, 5th District Councilman Paul Koretz has issued the following letter:

Beverly Hills News – City Council Elects New Mayor, Vice Mayor

The Beverly Hills City Council has elected a new mayor and vice mayor in a unanimous vote at Tuesday's City Council meeting. Vice Mayor John Mirisch will be installed as mayor on March 16 at the installation ceremony to be held at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Samuel Goldwyn Theater.

Beverly Hills News – City To Celebrate Vintage Valentine’s Day and Kids Valentine’s Day Monday

Senior Sweetheart Dance Party at Roxbury Park from 1 to 3 p.m. Seniors are invited to come enjoy an afternoon of socializing, dancing and noshing.

County Health Officials Issue Warnings About Mosquitos and Zika Virus in Los Angeles

County health officials again warned residents today to take precautions against mosquito bites, particularly if they're planning to travel to areas experiencing outbreaks of the Zika virus.

Beverly Hills News – Townscape Partners Proposes Five-Star Hotel Next to Dog Park

Townscape Partners wants to build up the entire entertainment district to support a 5-star hotel designed by Frank Gehry on two City-owned sites.

Beverly Hills News – Applications Available Now for Community Assistance Grants

The City of Beverly Hills is accepting applications from January 1 to January 28 for Community Assistance Grant Funding to be awarded for the 2016-17 Fiscal Year.

Beverly Hills News – Registration Is Open for Youth Recreation and MiniCamps

It's registration time for the City of Beverly Hills Community Services Winter Break Camps for Kids 5-14 years, Dec. 21 - Dec. 31. 

Los Angeles Zoo Announces a Rare Pair of Tasmanian Devils on Display; One of Only Four in US

A pair of Tasmanian devils are on display at the Los Angeles Zoo, making the zoo one of just four in the United States to have real-life versions of the carnivorous marsupials made famous by the "Looney Tunes" cartoons, officials announced today.

Beverly Hills News – City Residents Targeted In Phone Scam Demanding Payment “Or Else”

The Beverly Hills Police Department has issued a warning that residents have been receiving phone calls from people claiming to be from the Department of Water and Power, the IRS or Law Enforcement. 

Beverly Hills News – BHPD Car Chase Results in Arrests And More

The Beverly Police Department reports that Wednesday's car chase through the City ended in two arrests, including one juvenile, whose identity was accidentally released to the press by Public Information Officer Lincoln Hoshino.
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