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Beverly Hills This Week

Beverly Hills This Week provides a weekly update of recent issues and events affecting residents and businesses in the City, including important City Council and Commission agenda items, upcoming events, and the latest updates from City departments. 

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Beverly Hills This Week - 1/13/2017

Stories for the January 13th edition: 1. Due to a series of winter storms, construction on the Santa Monica Blvd Reconstruction Project has been delayed. Work will now begin on Monday January 16th at 8:00 pm with intermittent lane closures on South Santa Monica. Go to beverlyhills.org/smblvd for more info or sign up for email alerts at beverlyhills.org/askbev. 2. Several Candidate Forums have been scheduled around town to offer voters a chance to hear from the candidates before the March 7th Election. 3. At the January 10th Formal Meeting the City Council passed an ordinance prohibiting smoking in all areas of Beverly Canon Gardens. 4. At the January 10th Formal Meeting Barry Bernstein & Alissa Roston were appointed to the Design Review and Rec & Parks Commission. 5. Mayor Mirisch and the Council honored two retiring Commissioners, Robert S. Anderson & Arline Pepp, for their years of hard work and dedication to the city. 6. The City of Beverly Hills has officially applied to the U.S. Dept. of Transportation to be a test site for autonomous vehicles. 7. In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day the public library and all city offices will be closed on Monday January 16th.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 1/6/2017

Stories for the January 6th edition: 1. The Santa Monica Blvd Reconstruction Project breaks ground on Wednesday January 11th. Commuters are encouraged to stay alert for construction schedules, lane closures and traffic detours. Go to beverlyhills.org/smblvd for more info or sign up for email alerts at beverlyhills.org/askbev 2. Everyone is invited to come out and celebrate the 6th annual Chinese New Year Celebration taking place at the Saban Theatre on Saturday January 21st at 8:00pm. Go to lovebeverlyhills.com for more info. 3. The 2017 Season of "Music in the Mansion" kicks off on Sunday January 15th with the violin and piano duo "Hernandez & Giacopuzzi" perform. Go to beverlyhills.org/musicinthemansion for more info. 4. The City Council honored former Beverly Hills residents, Mitchell Flint and the late Aaron "Red" Finkel, for their heroic contribution in the formation of the State of Israel. 5. Former Mayor Les Bronte was honored at the December 20th City Council Formal meeting for his "Legacy of Service" to the city and people of Beverly Hills.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - Year in Review

In this Special Edition of Beverly Hills This Week, we take a look back at some of the highlights and top stories of 2016.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 12/9/2016

Stories for the December 9th edition: 1. Asher Waxman is named the winner of the 2016 Embrace Civility Award for his work with Homebound Library patrons. 2. The Design Review Commission honored four recent single-family homes for their excellence in design. 3. Mayor John Mirisch and the community gathered in the Roxbury park Community Center for a special Hanukkah Concert and Sing Along. 4. The Beverly Hills Public Library and the Wallis Annenberg Center hosted segments of the Memorial AIDS Quilt in honor of World AIDS Day. 5. The City of Beverly Hills is offering a selection of Winter Camp Classes. Go to Beverlyhills.org/wintercamps to register.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 2/5/2016

Stories for the February 5th edition: 1. Beverly Hills celebrated the Chinese New Year at the historic Saban Theater on Sunday January 31st. 2. Community CERT training course begins on Feb 24th. To register email: CERT@beverlyhills.org. 3. Michael J. Libow honored by the city council with a "Step-Up" award. 4. Former Beverly Hills Mayor Symposium takes place on Feb 22nd at 6pm in the Roxbury Park Comm. Center. 5. LA Marathon takes place on Sunday February 14th. For issues on race day call City Hotline at (310) 550-4680.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 12/2/2016

Stories for the December 2nd edition: 1. The Beverly Hills City Council officially adopted a Development Agreement with the Wanda Group for construction at the property located at 9900 Wilshire Blvd. also known as "The One Beverly Hills" Project. 2. Mayor Mirisch and the Chamber of Commerce kicked off Small Business Saturday with a gathering at Beverly Gardens Park followed by a walk through the community visiting several small retailers. 3. A delegation from Beverly Hills Sister City Acapulco visited with Mayor Mirisch and city representatives this week. 4. It's holiday time in Paley Land as the Paley Center for the Media celebrates the holidays. 5. Take a ride on the Jolly Trolley with Mrs Claus for a special holiday tour. For more information go to LoveBeverlyHills.com 6. The 2016 Hanukkah Celebration on Two Rodeo takes place on Tuesday December 27th from 7:30 to 9:00pm.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 11/25/2016

Stories for the November 25th edition: 1. The Beverly Hills City Council declares November 17th Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Day in Beverly Hills. 2. The Friends of Beverly Gardens Park joined with The Friends of Greystone to host "The Party to Preserve" the historic Doheny-Greystone Mansion. 3. The 2nd Annual Will Rogers Awards took place at the Montage Hotel last week, celebrating the best and the brightest in Architecture, Retail, Restaurants and Real Estate. 4. "Shop Small" to support your local community on Saturday November 26th for Small Business Saturday. 5. Holiday Season has begun and Beverly Hills is offering a little something for everyone. Go to LoveBeverlyHills.Com for a complete list of Holiday activities. 6. Despite the wet weather Beverly Hills turns out for a spectacular Holiday Lighting Ceremony on Rodeo Drive. 7. Mayor John Mirisch leads a special Hanukkah Sing Along Event at the Roxbury Park Community Center on Thursday December 1st at 7:00pm. 8. The Beverly Hills Public Library is hosting a free screening of the award winning documentary "The Desert of Forbidden Art". Filmmaker Amanda Pope will be on hand for a question and answer session following the screening. The event takes place on Sunday December 4th at 3:00pm in the Library Auditorium.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 11/18/2016

Stories for the November 18th edition: 1. The Beverly Hills City Council declares November 17th Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Day in Beverly Hills. 2. The Friends of Beverly Gardens Park joined with The Friends of Greystone to host "The Party to Preserve" the historic Doheny-Greystone Mansion. 3. The 2nd Annual Will Rogers Awards took place at the Montage Hotel last week, celebrating the best and the brightest in Architecture, Retail, Restaurants and Real Estate. 4. "Shop Small" to support your local community on Saturday November 26th for Small Business Saturday. 5. Holiday Season has begun and Beverly Hills is offering a little something for everyone. Go to LoveBeverlyHills.Com for a complete list of Holiday activities. 6. Mayor John Mirisch leads a special Hanukkah Sing Along Event at the Roxbury Park Community Center on Thursday December 1st at 7:00pm. 7. The Beverly Hills Public Library is hosting a free screening of the award winning documentary "The Desert of Forbidden Art". Filmmaker Amanda Pope will be on hand for a question and answer session following the screening. The event takes place on Sunday December 4th at 3:00pm in the Library Auditorium.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 11/4/2016

Stories for the November 11th edition: 1. The Beverly Hills City Council passed a resolution condemning a recent UNESCO World Heritage Committee decision to deny a historic Jewish connection to Holy Sites in Jerusalem. 2. The City's One Beverly Hills Ad Hoc Committee announced a tentative development agreement with the Wanda Group that could bring in an estimated $820 million dollars to the city over the next 30 years. 3. The community gathered together at the Wallis last Saturday evening for the "Trial by Jury" Sing Along event. 4. The first annual Beverly Hills Hummus Festival attracted an enthusiastic crowd last Sunday at the Beverly Hills Farmers' Market. 5. The annual Holiday Lighting Ceremony on Rodeo Drive will take place on Sunday November 20th. Go to RodeoDrive-BH.com for more info. 6. In observance of the Veterans Day Holiday all City offices will be closed on Friday November 11th.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 10/28/2016

Stories for the October 28th edition: 1. The City of Beverly Hills presented a public information forum of the Hilton Condominium Tower Initiative, or Measure HH. USC Professor Rebecca Weintraub moderated the program which included information on the Initiative process, The Impartial Analysis, a staff presentation of the Factual Information on file, and a reading of questions submitted by the community with answers from both proponent and opponent. For more information go to: BeverlyHills.org/MeasureHH 2.The City Council wants the community to provide feedback on potentially extending construction hours on the upcoming Santa Monica Boulevard Reconstruction Project. To share your opinion go to : BeverlyHills.org/SMBLVD and fill out the form. 3. Theatre 40 is celebrating their 51st season in the city. For more information about all the great shows coming up, go to: Theatre40.org or call 310-364-0535 4. The Friends of Greystone and the Friends of Beverly Gardens Park are holding a "Party to Preserve" on November 13th. The fundraiser will to help with the ongoing restoration of the historic Doheny Mansion. Go to: GreystoneMansion.org for more info. 5. Parking restrictions will be in effect on Halloween night. Residents in the "No Parking Zones" will be issued temporary permits. For more information or permit requests, call 310-285-2548. 6. With wet weather in the forecast now is a good time to ensure your home and property are ready. Remember to shut off lawn sprinklers for at least 48 hours when measurable rain is in the forecast.Cast: Beverly Hills Television

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