The Strategic Planning Committee / Southeast Task Force took up the issue of urban design at its most recent meeting this week in the effort to revitalize the southeast portion of Beverly Hills.
With the recent announcement that the 2019 Nobel Prize in Medicine would be awarded jointly to professors William G. Kaelin Jr., Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe and Gregg L. Semenza for their discoveries of how cells
The City of Beverly Hills held its annual Innovations Day on Oct. 14 at the Wallis Center for the Performing Arts. “Innovations Day is the annual professional development day for our employees,”
Horace Mann Elementary School is celebrating its 90th anniversary with a host of events scheduled throughout this school year. An alumni celebration took place last weekend, and a week-long multicultural celebration which begins Oct. 14 is another highlight of the scheduled events.
Champagne bottles were literally hanging from the trees. To celebrate its 10th anniversary in Los Angeles, Veuve Clicquot welcomed more than 7,500 polo-enthusiasts and celebrities to the beautiful Will Rogers State Historic Park to enjoy the highly anticipated Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic. The glamorous crowd enjoyed a day of polo-watching, picnicking and champagne-sipping.
As election season nears, residents of Beverly Hills should know about the new voting system coming to L.A. County. The new system, called Voting Solutions For All People (VSAP), will apply to the municipal elections in Beverly Hills next March. There will be two City Council seats on the ballot on March 3, 2020.
For a decade now, Mayor John Mirisch, now in his third term as mayor, has been thick in local politics. Originally elected to the Beverly Hills City Council in 2009, a hallmark of Mirisch’s tenure has been his commitment to maintaining the city’s small town feel.
Beverly Hills residents and other community stakeholders weighed in on the scope of the environmental review process for the proposed Westside Purple Line Wilshire/Rodeo Station North Portal during a Sept. 19 “scoping” meeting at City Hall. As part of the environmental review process, the city also invited all interested members of the public to provide written comments on issues related to potential environmental impacts before the 32-day scoping comment period ends on Oct. 7.
The World Health Organization estimates that by the year 2025, half of the world’s population will be living in water-stressed areas. And in fact, when Beverly Hills helped co-found the Metropolitan Water District (MWD) almost a century ago — from which the city now derives 100 percent of its water — far fewer communities needed to tap into the Colorado River to ensure access to water.
In an exclusive interview with the Courier, the Honorable Lili Bosse has announced her candidacy for the March 2020 City Council Election and her intention to run a grassroots campaign.