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City of Beverly Hills

Candidates To Take Part in Several Public Forums

Eleven candidates are vying for three open City Council seats and three candidates for the position of City Treasurer. 

BY Bianca Heyward April 22, 2022
Candidates To Take Part in Several Public Forums
City Council candidates at Chamber of Commerce forum Photo by Samuel Braslow
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As the June 7 City of Beverly Hills General Municipal Election approaches, various community groups in Beverly Hills are hosting public events in which local candidates running for City Council and City Treasurer will participate in a Q&A style forum. Eleven candidates are vying for three open City Council seats and three candidates for the position of City Treasurer. The goal of the events is to inform voters about the candidates in a transparent and impartial setting. All of the sessions will be periodically rebroadcast on BHTV 10 leading up to Election Day and are available to the public on-demand anytime at beverlyhills.org/elections.

The Beverly Hills North Homeowners Association and The Municipal League of Beverly Hills

April 27 and April 28, 7-9 p.m.

The forum will be held at the Beverly Hills City Council Chambers and live streamed at beverlyhills.org/live. For more information, contact 424-253-4100.

Southwest Beverly Hills Homeowners Association

May 3, 7-9:30 p.m.

The forum will be held at the Beverly Hills City Council Chambers and live streamed at beverlyhills.org/live. For more information, contact Kenneth Goldman at kgoldman@kaglegal.com. 

 “The Southwest Homeowners have held a Candidate Forum for more than 30 years during each municipal election,” Southwest Beverly Hills Homeowners Association board member Kenneth Goldman told the Courier. “We try to ask good questions and to be fair to all candidates. Toward the end of the Forum we will take questions from the audience. It’s always been really well received and, I think, helpful to the voters to know where each candidate stands. We try to get very specific responses from the candidates.”

Beverly Hills Active Adult Club 

May 9, 1 p.m.

The forum is being held at the Roxbury Park Community Center to discuss topics of interest to the senior community. 

Rotary Interact and Teen BHEF Candidate Forum 

May 11, 5 p.m.

The student run event will be held at the Cherney Lecture Hall at Beverly Hills High School. Students will prepare the questions as well as moderate the event. To RSVP, email manager@bhef.org. The event will be recorded and streamed by KBEV. 

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