Beverly Hills Courier
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Courier Exclusive: Q&A with Mark Stainbrook, New BHPD Chief

Courier Exclusive: Q&A with Mark Stainbrook, New BHPD Chief

“I am thrilled to welcome Mark to Beverly Hills,” City Manager George Chavez said in a statement. “His international credentials, experience in high-profile agencies and collaborative approach will bring new energy and valuable insight to our community and the department.”

Council Gives Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down to Matters at Study Session

Council Gives Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down to Matters at Study Session

At its Oct. 12 Study Session, the Beverly Hills City Council approved new holiday season street pole banner designs and voted 4-1 against calling up the Architectural Commission’s decision to approve a request for a front yard fence and gates at 332-336 North Oakhurst Drive.

Petersen Automotive Museum Showcasing James Bond Vehicles

Petersen Automotive Museum Showcasing James Bond Vehicles

I was lucky enough to have a pre-opening private preview of the newest exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum, an incredible display of over 20 screen-used vehicles from many James Bond 007 films over the past six decades.

Beverly Hills City Council Approves Housing  Element

Beverly Hills City Council Approves Housing Element

The Beverly Hills City Council approved the adoption of a new Housing Element, reaching a milestone in a grueling exercise that determines the city’s housing and development policies for the next eight years.

Frieze LA Coming To Beverly Hills

Frieze LA Coming To Beverly Hills

Frieze Los Angeles art fair is moving to Beverly Hills in February 2022 from its previous location at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles.

Wunderlich Delivers State of the City Address

Wunderlich Delivers State of the City Address

Beverly Hills Mayor Bob Wunderlich laid out his mostly optimistic vision for the future of Beverly Hills during his State of the City Address on Oct. 7.

Council Passes Ordinance  Restricting School Protests

Council Passes Ordinance Restricting School Protests

“The behavior of the protesters who harassed kids and their parents on Walk to School Day was simply horrific and it can’t be allowed to happen again,” said Mayor Robert Wunderlich, who joined Walk to School Day and was confronted by the same group of protesters.

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