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Council Reviews Wildfire  Assessment, Demands Action
The City Council praised the Wildfire Assessment Report's thoroughness, but requested a more concrete action plan

Council Reviews Wildfire Assessment, Demands Action

“The report has many elements of an action plan, but I don’t think it really is a fully-fledged action plan,” Mayor Robert Wunderlich said at the end of the meeting.

Wunderlich Launches Wellness Wednesdays in Beverly Hills

Wunderlich Launches Wellness Wednesdays in Beverly Hills

The second “Wellness Wednesday” is planned for August 18, 2021 at 8 a.m. with a Pickleball Clinic at La Cienega Tennis Center located at 325 La Cienega Boulevard.

Piano Profiles: Yalda Sepahpour

Piano Profiles: Yalda Sepahpour

“You see stuff on the news and it’s just not everything. Until you go and see it, until you live there [and] you see the beauty of the country, as well.”

BHUSD Board Rejects $2.8  Million Purchase Order for Security Program Management Fees To Be Paid for with Bond Funds

BHUSD Board Rejects $2.8 Million Purchase Order for Security Program Management Fees To Be Paid for with Bond Funds

“We have a purchase order for bond management for security in the amount of $2,800,000,” Wells said. “My issue with it is that I am not comfortable approving this when I do not have an overview of the security program…until we have this information, I’m just not comfortable approving dollars in this amount.” 

Community Tries Out Protected Roxbury Drive Bike Lane

Community Tries Out Protected Roxbury Drive Bike Lane

“I don’t always feel safe, and that’s part of the problem: that’s one of the reasons we need these protected bike lanes wherever we can,” Councilmember John Mirisch told the Courier after coming off a two-mile bike loop led by Mayor Robert Wunderlich. “Motor vehicular traffic is sometimes very fast.”

Freedom Rally Founder Gets Community Service for  Unpermitted Gatherings

Freedom Rally Founder Gets Community Service for Unpermitted Gatherings

Bagheri faced three misdemeanor charges for holding assemblies without a valid permit on Nov. 28, 2020, Jan. 6 and Jan. 9, 2021. Each charge carried fines up to $3,500 or six months in jail. 

Just in Case BH

Just in Case BH

Just in Case BH is a neighborhood-based emergency preparedness program proposed by Vice Mayor Lili Bosse.

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