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One Beverly Hills Project Moves Forward in City Council

One Beverly Hills Project Moves Forward in City Council

A luxury hotel and condominium development that would reshape the City’s western Wilshire Boulevard and Santa Monica gateways.

Beverly Hills Chamber Hosts Spring Collaborative

Beverly Hills Chamber Hosts Spring Collaborative

“I would not use the inside of the restaurant for like a la carte business,” Puck noted, should the tent remain permanent.

Beverly Hills Approves Rosy Capital  Improvement Budget

Beverly Hills Approves Rosy Capital Improvement Budget

“I just want to make sure…that in funding these capital projects, we’re not going to short our general services and that we’re going to be able to provide services at the level that the community has come to expect,” Councilmember Julian Gold said.

Nazarian Shares Highlights of Year as Rotary Club President

Nazarian Shares Highlights of Year as Rotary Club President

One of my goals was to have as many members engaged and involved in our club as possible so we launched several new groups and committees.

City Council Discusses Big  Priorities for New Fiscal Year

City Council Discusses Big Priorities for New Fiscal Year

“We tried it. People love it. It is coming back to the City Council agenda very soon,” Mayor Robert Wunderlich promised. 

New Business is Booming in  Beverly Hills

New Business is Booming in Beverly Hills

Each year, the Chamber, in partnership with the city, travels to New York City in the fall and San Francisco in the spring to scout new businesses to bring into Beverly Hills.

New Budget Forecast and New Commissioners Introduced

New Budget Forecast and New Commissioners Introduced

“Assuming many of the one-time measures we employed in this year’s budget to reduce expenditures are reversed going into next year, we’re forecasting an approximate deficit of $4.6 million for next year and just under a million dollars for the following year,” said Muir. 

Planning Commission Examines Housing Solutions

Planning Commission Examines Housing Solutions

“I think that if we can at least meet or exceed the state standards, we will be demonstrating good faith to HCD in our efforts to accommodate to the overriding purpose of the Rena allocation,” said Commissioner Thomas Hudnut.

Human Relations Commission Discusses 2021 Work Plan

Human Relations Commission Discusses 2021 Work Plan

Last year the HRC added the homeless initiative to its charge. Since then, the Commission has implemented the homeless initiative into its monthly agenda. While the official homeless count this year was not conducted due to COVID-19, last year’s count was 16. According to James Latta, the city’s Human Services Administrator, two homeless people died in Beverly Hills over the last six months. 

City Council Addresses  COVID-19 Fallout

City Council Addresses COVID-19 Fallout

“When HBO moved from Santa Monica, they didn’t move to Beverly Hills,” Bergman said. He added that he expects major shifts in how Americans work in the wake of the pandemic, saying, “We’re going to see dramatic long term employment destruction.”

Jewish Community Foundation of L.A. Awards $3 Million

Jewish Community Foundation of L.A. Awards $3 Million

Beverly Hills Community Grants Available

Beverly Hills Community Grants Available

The last round of funding grants was awarded to 19 organizations that provide services to seniors, homeless, cover physical and mental health, culture and more.

Petersen Automotive Museum Gala Raises Record Funds

Petersen Automotive Museum Gala Raises Record Funds

“Our 26th Annual Gala Celebration was our most successful gala to date,” said Petersen Automotive Museum Executive Director Terry L. Karges.

Beverly Hills Chamber of  Commerce Announces Golden Palm Honorees

Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce Announces Golden Palm Honorees

This year’s winner is Courier Publisher John Bendheim. “John Bendheim is a staple in the community of Beverly Hills, both personally and professionally.

BHPD Confiscates Nearly $3 Million in EDD Fraud Arrests

BHPD Confiscates Nearly $3 Million in EDD Fraud Arrests

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the EDD has paid out more than $81.8 billion in unemployment benefits since March.

City of Beverly Hills Cites 16  Businesses for COVID-19 Infractions

City of Beverly Hills Cites 16 Businesses for COVID-19 Infractions

“All persons shall wear face coverings when they leave their homes or places of residence if that person has potential to come within six feet of another person not a member of their household,” wrote Beverly Hills Mayor Lester Friedman in a reminder email sent out on Friday. Face coverings must also be worn by all employees at businesses and restaurants in the City.

Protest on Behalf of Laid Off Workers at Chateau Marmont

Protest on Behalf of Laid Off Workers at Chateau Marmont

One such worker had been a bellman for 23 years before being terminated and losing his health insurance.

Beverly Hills City Council  Debates Subsidies and Closures

Beverly Hills City Council Debates Subsidies and Closures

“The program has received positive feedback from the business community and residents alike,” states the July 21 staff report, which was authored by Marketing and Economic Sustainability Manager Laura Biery and Special Events and Filming Coordinator Magdalena Davis.

Beverly Hills Voters Could Find Sales Tax Measure on November Ballot

Beverly Hills Voters Could Find Sales Tax Measure on November Ballot

“It should be noted that the maximum sales tax rate increase in Beverly Hills could decline in future years below the 3/4 cents currently available due to other future county sales tax measures,” Owens warned the City Council.

City Council Approves $418.8 Million Budget for Beverly Hills

City Council Approves $418.8 Million Budget for Beverly Hills

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