The City of Beverly Hills issued the following statement today regarding the settlement of discrimination lawsuits filed by two current and one former BHPD employees
The City of Beverly Hills Department of Community Services joins communities across the State of California to recognize the benefits of public parks and promote recreational activities and community services with “July is Parks Make Life Better” month.
The City of Beverly Hills issued the following statement regarding ‘Moreno’ and ‘Fogg’ cases:
The City of Beverly Hills announced it will unveil a new, updated website on Tuesday at the City Council meeting.
A 66-year-old former Beverly Hills senior recreation supervisor who once assisted with management of the Greystone Mansion & Gardens is suing the city, alleging she was denied promotions because of her age and forced to quit because of ongoing hostility from a supervisor.
The club currently offers competitive games seven days a week in the afternoon and evening, serving more than 500 people in an average week. Games range from novice level to competitive open games for more experienced players.
The City of Beverly Hills will hold a dedication ceremony on Thursday, Jan. 3 for the newest addition to the City’s public art collection – Tom Friedman’s sculpture, Takeaway.
Retaining Chief Sandra Spagnoli and continuing her reforms going forward, Capt. Mark Rosen has settled with the City of Beverly Hills and announced his retirement late Friday afternoon.
The City of Beverly Hills kicked off its second-straight year of BOLD Holidays in Beverly Hills last Thursday with the Rodeo Drive Holiday Lighting Celebration.
The City of Beverly Hills has opened the 45-day comment period for a Recirculated Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for a proposed commercial office space project located at 100 N. Crescent Dr. at the northeast corner of Wilshire Boulevard.