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Greystone 2015 Concours d'Elegance Interviews

Auto enthusiasts Dave Kunz and Donald Osborne talk with some of this years attendees about what makes the Concours at Greystone Mansion, one of the most prestigious and exciting automotive events of the year.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Summer Reading Club for Grown-Ups

The Beverly Hills Summer Reading Club runs from May 27 - August 9, 2015. The Summer Reading Club for Grown-ups encourages you to read, or listen to, any book you like. Of course, we love when you read library books, but in our program you get to choose whatever you like - for enjoyment, for information, or to set a great example for your children. Sign up online at bhpl.org; or at any of the Library's public service desks. Once you've read or listened to at least one book, enter our summer-long drawing to win great prizes. Our Summer Reading Club site includes links to great summer books, and forms for you to record books you've read. Print versions of these will also be available at the Library's Public Service Desks.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills City Council Formal Meeting - State of Israel - 5/18/15

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Beverly Hills This Week - 5/15/2015

Stories for the May 15th edition: 1. A "Modified Stage-D" ordinance of the Emergency Water Conservation Program is in effect in Beverly Hills. 2. Registration for The Summer Reading Club begins on May 27th. 3. "Meet the Mayor" at the La Cienega Community Center on Tuesday May 19th. 4. Recap of Fire Service Day 2015. 5. Public Works Services Day is Sunday May 17th from 9am to 1pm at the Beverly Hills Farmers' Market.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Informational Community Meeting - Employee Labor Negotiation Process - April 30, 2015

This Community Meeting included an overview of the labor relations process, information on employee compensation and benefits, and a brief overview of the current state of the City's financial picture. Information regarding the Community Meeting presentation is available on this the City's website at: beverlyhills.orgCast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 5/8/2015

Stories for the May 8th edition: 1. City Council finalizes a "Modified Stage-D" ordinance of the Emergency Water Conservation Program 2. Water Tracker is a free service on the city's website to help residents monitor their water use. 3. City Council reviewing the city's Water Enterprise Plan. 4. Concours d'Elegance at Greystone celebrates its 6th anniversary. 5. Students from BHUSD participate in Youth in Government Day. 6. Honoring local hero Leon Kent, who recently passed away at the age of 99. 7. Local teacher Rachelle Marcus honored for Stepping-Up. 8. The spring edition of the Beverly Hills Art Show takes place on May 16/17th in Beverly Gardens Park.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Dangerstoppers- Share the Road

Beverly Hills streets can be safe for all cyclists and motorists. In order to co-exist safely, we need mutual respect and understanding between cyclists and motorists as we share the same rights and responsibilities on public roads.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 5/1/2015

Stories for the May 1st edition: 1. Beverly Hills receives its 30th consecutive Tree City Award at Arbor Day celebration. 2. Ribbon Cutting ceremony at the new Roxbury Park Playground. 3. Fire Service Day takes place Saturday, May 9th at 1pm. 4. Students from BHUSD will host mock city council meeting on May 6th for Youth in Government Day. 5. Two new commissioners welcomed to the city. 6. Beverly Hills is doing it's part to help conserve water.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Older Adult Health & Safety Collaborative Meeting April 14th, 2015

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Beverly Hills This Week - 4/24/2015

Stories for the April 24th edition: 1. City Council discusses Emergency Water Conservation Program. 2. Earth Day celebration at the Beverly Hills Farmers' Market. 3. Concours d'Elegance returns to Greystone on May 3rd. 4. The Beverly Hills Unified School District held a "K through 8" art show in the municipal gallery at City Hall. 5. Cardiologist Michele Kalt honored with "Step-Up Award". 6. City honors the work of Public Safety Dispatchers.Cast: Beverly Hills Television