Mayor John Mirisch was clad casually for Beverly Hills City Hall moving day Monday. The fourth floor buzzed with activity as councilmembers moved offices, adding two new members and installing incoming Mayor Lili Bosse with patio furniture as a rooftop reception area with a view of the City adjacent to her office.
The race for three seats on the Beverly Hills City Council is entering the home stretch, but it’s not quite officially over yet.
Beverly Hills election watchers went to bed Tuesday reasonably assured that the top vote-getters included incumbents Mayor John Mirisch first, Vice-Mayor Nancy Krasne second and newcomer Lester Friedman third.
The on-again, off-again informational forum on Measure HH, paid for by the City, appears to be on again, although the details about where, when and what the format are scarce.
Mayor John Mirisch was called to account for his sexist slurs Tuesday evening in a moving presentation by Hilton consultant Marie Garvey. The mayor’s comments were made in a nearly 3,000-word diatribe written for the Huffington Post last Friday entitled The Hilton Chronicles: Seven Strikes and You’re Out.
The City of Beverly Hills will have to pay more than $9,000 in attorney’s fees to settle a public records lawsuit filed by journalist Russell Carollo for the release of police records related to alleged domestic abuse by Beverly Hills Mayor John.
Mayor John Mirisch, whose long-winded diatribes against The Beverly Hilton’s initiative have contributed to a surprisingly virulent war waged by Wanda Beverly Hills Properties, LLC against the Hilton, secretly met with the Wanda Group’s Chairman Wang Jianlin while on a tour of China earlier this month.
That was the greeting Beverly Hills Mayor John Mirisch used when kidding with the Dalai Lama last week at the United States Conference of Mayors. “I felt virtually touched by him,” said Mirisch. “For all his spirituality, he is quite ‘Puck-ish, with a great sense of humor!”
David Haimovitz was sworn in as Chairman of the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce for 2016-17 Wednesday night at the Beverly Canon Gardens. Pictured: Haimovitz being sworn in by Beverly Hills Mayor John Mirisch.
City staffers passing by Parcels 12 & 13 Tuesday, noticed workers on the property and reported the activity to the City’s Code Enforcement, said City Manager Mahdi Aluzri.