The Beverly Hills Rent Stabilization Commission, responsible for advising the City Council in all matters related to the city’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance, is in the process of recruiting three new members. The Rent Stabilization Commission is different from other city bodies in that it has
New regulations that would allow a very specific type of marijuana business to begin operating in Beverly Hills were among the items discussed during a meeting of the Beverly Hills Planning Commission on Aug. 24.
Beverly Hills residents brought concerns regarding homelessness as well as crime targeting local businesses and neighboring communities of faith directly to their mayor during “Office Hours with Dr. Gold” on Aug. 23.
With two open seats in the upcoming 2024 City Council elections, Beverly Hills is gearing up for a potentially seismic shift in its political landscape and BHUSD School Board Member Mary Wells is wasting no time in tossing her hat in the ring.
A divided Los Angeles City Council this week called for a halt to the Bulgari Hotel project in Benedict Canyon that has drawn the ire of some neighbors who expressed concerns about the impact the project would have on the environment and public safety.