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City Resolution Condemns Anti-Semitic Ethnic Studies State Draft

The Beverly Hills City Council adopted a resolution condemning California’s new Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum (ESMC) because it “demonstrates a clear and anti-Jewish bias that borders on Anti-Semitism,” according to the staff report.

New Ordinance Will Curb Petition Gatherers

Beverly Hills is poised to enact a new ordinance that will substantially change the way signature-gatherers operate within City limits following a dust up last year over a failed referendum to rescind the Basement Ordinance.

HONORING DAVID WIENER

David Wiener, spouse Sheryl Fleischer, his children and their spouses – Michael & Michele Wiener and Helene & Jonathan Shapiro

Daniel Craig Returns For New James Bond Film, ‘No Time To Die’

The next James Bond film starring Daniel Craig as 007 will be called "No Time To Die" and released in April 2020, the storied franchise announced on Tuesday.

Alleged Lobbying Violation Hearing For Jason Somers Postponed To Oct. 2

A hearing regarding alleged violations by Legislative Advocate Jason Somers that was set for Wednesday morning has been postponed to Oct. 2.

Beverly Hills Afterschool Tutoring Program Seeks Volunteers

The Beverly Hills Academic Afterschool Tutoring Program is gearing up for another school year and is looking for teen volunteer tutors.

The Mountain Of Beverly Hills – Once Listed For $1 Billion, Sells For Only $100,000

Selling land or a property for below asking price is nothing new. It happens all the time in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles.

La Cienega Park Concept Community Update Scheduled For Aug. 27

The proposal for the La Cienega Park and Recreation Complex continues to gain momentum and there will be a community update about the Master Plan at the Recreation and Parks Commission Regular Meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 27 at 2 p.m. in Room 280A. A conceptual design, including renderings, construction phasing plan and preliminary construction costs will be presented.

Beverly Hills Salary Survey: Employees Costs Rise

Beginning on Page 14, the Courier this week once again prints its annual comprehensive chart detailing salary, pay and benefits for City of Beverly Hills employees.

City Resolution Condemns Anti-Semitic Ethnic Studies State Draft

The Beverly Hills City Council adopted a resolution condemning California’s new Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum (ESMC) because it “demonstrates a clear and anti-Jewish bias that borders on Anti-Semitism,” according to the staff report.

New Ordinance Will Curb Petition Gatherers

Beverly Hills is poised to enact a new ordinance that will substantially change the way signature-gatherers operate within City limits following a dust up last year over a failed referendum to rescind the Basement Ordinance.

Nechita Sculpture To Be Placed On Burton Way

A sculpture entitled “Love Anatomy,” donated to the City by artist Alexandra Nechita, a Romanian American cubist painter, will soon find a home on Burton Way.

Two Beverly Hills Businesses Rank Among Inc. Magazine 5,000 Fastest Growing Companies

Two Beverly Hills companies were among the fastest growing companies in America according to a report compiled by Inc. magazine.

HONORING DAVID WIENER

David Wiener, spouse Sheryl Fleischer, his children and their spouses – Michael & Michele Wiener and Helene & Jonathan Shapiro

Daniel Craig Returns For New James Bond Film, ‘No Time To Die’

The next James Bond film starring Daniel Craig as 007 will be called "No Time To Die" and released in April 2020, the storied franchise announced on Tuesday.

Another OC School Linked to Nazi Salute Scandal

Garden Grove Unified School District officials Monday condemned a video that made the rounds on social media showing members of the Pacifica High School boys' water polo team making a Nazi salute and singing a propaganda song.
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