Preliminary results of the March 3 show that incumbent Council members Lili Bosse and Julian Gold will retain their seats on the Beverly Hills City Council.
On Feb. 24, Beverly Hills City Council incumbent, Lili Bosse, held a campaign event at the restaurant Il Cielo targeting a very specific and sometimes forgotten demographic: millennials
The Beverly Hills Police Officers Association has officially endorsed incumbent Lili Bosse for City Council.
On Jan. 5, hundreds of residents came out to show their support for the candidates running in the upcoming election for Beverly Hills City Council.
With the vote by mail ballots set to reach Beverly Hills voters in a month’s time, candidates vying for one of two seats on the Beverly Hills City Council are doing their best to let the community know they're running and why.
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.
Joe Shooshani is the latest political contender to enter the race for City Council as of last week. He joins seasoned two-term Councilman Julian Gold, who is fighting to hold on to his seat for a third term, as well as his fellow Planning Commissioner, Lori Greene Gordon, in vying for two open seats on the five-member City Council.
Two-time Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse has been selected to receive the inaugural Fred Hayman Visionary Award at this year’s Best of Beverly Hills Golden Palm Awards Gala.
Beginning with the BOLD lighting Wednesday evening at the Lily Pond, Beverly Hills is illuminated this August with events every weekend through Aug. 25.
BOLD, an acronym for Beverly Hills Open Later Days, returns to the business triangle Aug. 2, featuring a plethora of activities that will entertain visitors while shops remain open an extra two hours on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.