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City Council Approves Ordinance Prohibiting Most Tobacco Sales

The City of Beverly Hills, in a unanimous vote on Tuesday, approved an ordinance to prohibit the sale of tobacco products in the City beginning in January 2021.

City Council Approves Ordinance Prohibiting Most Tobacco Sales

The City of Beverly Hills, in a unanimous vote on Tuesday, approved an ordinance to prohibit the sale of tobacco products in the City beginning in January 2021.

City Council Rejects Plan For Southwest Fiefdom

A radical plan that would have essentially closed off the southwest portion of Beverly Hills from residents and cut through traffic  was rejected by the City Council Tuesday evening.

City Council Begins To Examine Housing Displacement In Late-Night Discussion

With a City Council agenda that was filled mostly with consent calendar items, it seemed the City Council was destined to have a short night Tuesday.

Cultural Heritage Commission Seeks New Commissioner

The City of Beverly Hills Cul-tural Heritage Commission is seeking a resident to fill the position of Cultural Heri-tage Commis-sioner.

Beverly Hills City Council Condemns Wiener’s ‘Gut & Amend’ Of SB 592

State Sen. Scott Wiener is at it again, this time using “Gut & Amend” tactics to substitute a housing bill in place of a benign amendment to require the board of Barbering and Cosmetology (BBC) to update records if a licensee has a change of address.

City Council Approves Ordinance Prohibiting Most Tobacco Sales

The City of Beverly Hills, in a unanimous vote on Tuesday, approved an ordinance to prohibit the sale of tobacco products in the City beginning in January 2021.

City Council Approves Ordinance Prohibiting Most Tobacco Sales

The City of Beverly Hills, in a unanimous vote on Tuesday, approved an ordinance to prohibit the sale of tobacco products in the City beginning in January 2021.

Huma Ahmed Named New Beverly Hills City Clerk

Community Outreach Manager Huma Ahmed has been unanimously selected by the Beverly Hills City Council to assume the position of city clerk.

Concerts On Canon And Beverly Hills Proms Season Begins June 6

Concerts on Canon, the wildly popular Thursday evening free summer concert series, returns June 6, kicking off another summer that offers great family entertainment al fresco on the green at the Beverly Canon Gardens adjacent to the Montage Hotel. The schedule includes two sets, beginning at 6 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. and seating is first-come, first-serve. Several nearby restaurants offer boxed lunches and many concert-goers bring pot-luck dinners to be enjoyed at table seating on the patio.

City Council Rejects Plan For Southwest Fiefdom

A radical plan that would have essentially closed off the southwest portion of Beverly Hills from residents and cut through traffic  was rejected by the City Council Tuesday evening.

Taylor To Be Appointed Interim Community Services Director

The Beverly Hills City Council will consider a contract next week for Raymond Taylor to become Interim Director of Community Services.

City’s Draft ‘Complete Streets’ Plan Is Ready For Public Comment

A 242-page Draft Complete Streets report with a plan to make Beverly Hills a better environment for every form of transit – including walking, bicycling, shared mobility devices, private vehicles, public buses, metro and ride-sharing, autonomous vehicles and futuristic models that haven’t yet materialized – is now available for public comment through May 17.
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