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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 - 10/2/2015

Stories for the October 2nd edition: 1. The 4-H Club sells produce grown in the Greystone Demo Garden at the Beverly Hills Farmers' Market. 2. The Transportation and Parking Commission holds two public meetings discussing the upcoming Santa Monica Blvd. reconstruction project. 3. The city will dedicate three new fire engines on Wednesday October 14th in front of fire station #1 at 445 North Rexford Drive. 4. The next Meet the Mayor event will be held at the Beverly Hills Market and Deli on Sunday Oct 18th at 11am. 5. The Beverly Hills Art Show returns Oct. 17th and 18th from 10am till 5pm at Beverly Gardens Park.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 9/25/2015

Stories for the September 25th edition: 1. The Friends of Greystone celebrate the historical dedication of the Greystone/Doheny Mansion and Estate as Beverly Hills Historical Landmark #4. 2. Cedars Sinai and the City of Beverly Hills held the 10th Annual Senior Adult Health Fair at the Roxbury Park Community Center. 3. The Traffic and parking Commission will hold two public meetings to discuss the upcoming Santa Monica Blvd reconstruction project. 4. Richard Serra's "Twins" sculpture now on display on the north lawn of City Hall.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 9/18/2015

Stories for the September 18th edition: 1. BHPD held a press conference on September 17th to address concerns regarding reckless driving. 2. Mahdi Aluzri announced as new City Manager. 3. Dedication in Beverly Gardens Park for new sculpture by Carol Bove. 4. Doctor Ben Talei honored for his work helping abused women rebuild their lives. 5. The City Council honors Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and Logan Williams for their work on the annual Senior Health Fair.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 9/11/2015

Stories for the September 11th edition: 1. Mayor Julian A. Gold M.D. presented the State of the City address at the Evening with the Mayor, sponsored by the Beverly hills Chamber of Commerce. . 2. Hazardous Waste Roundup scheduled for September 19th on Foothill Blvd between 3rd and Alden. 3. Senior Adult Health Fair takes place at the Roxbury Park Community Center on Monday Sept. 21st. 4. Jim J's Jukebox returns to the library auditorium on September 16th. For More info go to BHPL.org.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 9/4/2015

Stories for the September 4th edition: 1. City Council approves 1st reading of ordinance to allow approved synthetic turf in front yards. 2. Stage D water ordinance modified to allow exterior washing of buildings and vehicles in certain circumstances. 3. Beverly Hills and Israel from partnership to share ideas and resources and to encourage cultural exchange. 4. In remembrance of the 9-11 attacks, Beverly Hills to hold a Memorial Ceremony on Friday Sept. 11 at 5:30pm 5. Step-Up recipient Donna Goldstein honored by city council. 6. Kids 6 - 12 are encouraged to sign up for the "Junior Master Gardner" class in the demo garden at Greystone.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 8/21/15

Stories for the August 21st edition: 1. Beverly Hills Fire Department assists in battling Northern California wildfires. 2. Water Tracker is a free powerful app to help customers keep track of their water consumption. 3. Doctor Andrew B. Weiss honored as this month's Step-Up recipient. 4. Architectural Design Awards presented at city council meeting. 5. Next Meet The Mayor event takes place on 8/27/15 at 325 N. Oakhurst Drive.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 8/14/2015

Stories for the August 14th edition: 1. Redesigned Utility Bill features easier to read icons and new information to help customers's meet their water goals. 2. City Council swears in the new interim Police Chief Dominick Rivetti. 3. Retiring Fine Art Commissioner Sandra Pressman honored for her service to the city. 4. "Joys From the Garden Lunch and Learn" event with Chef Judy Zeidler on August 22 at Greystone Demo Garden. 5. "Shakespeare By The Sea" returns to Roxbury Park on August 20th. Admission is free.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 8/7/2015

Stories for the August 7th edition: 1. Beverly Hills celebrates National Night Out with a fun evening of food, games and plenty of important information to help keep the community safe. 2. The fountain in Will Rogers Memorial Park is named to honor "The First Lady of Beverly Hills": Margaret J. Anderson. 3. Special Olympics Host Town Co-Chairs honored by the City Council. 4. Solomon Fingold receives the "Step-Up" award for his water conservation efforts. 5. The Beverly Hills Farmers' Market celebrates "PickleFest" 2015.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 7/31/2015

Stories for the July 31st edition: 1. Penalty Surcharges will go into effect in October for Beverly Hills Water Customers who fail to meet the conservation goals. 2. Special Olympians enjoy a entertaining night at the "Concerts on Cannon" and a outdoor dinner at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. 3. Margaret J. Anderson Memorial Fountain Dedication will take place at Will Rogers Park on Tuesday Aug. 4th. 4. Beverly Hills celebrates National Night Out in front of fire station #1 on Tuesday August 4th from 6 to 9pm. Admission is free.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 7/24/2015

Stories for the July 24th edition: 1. Penalty Surcharges will go into effect in October for Beverly Hills Water Customers who fail to meet the conservation goals. 2. Ceremony to celebrate the "Final Leg Torch Run " held to honor the Special Olympics 2015 World Games. 3. City to begin pilot program utilizing "Ambassadors" to assist residents and visitors on South Beverly and the business triangle. 4. "Picklefest" returns to the Beverly Hills Farmers' Market on August 2nd. 5. City Council honors outgoing Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Alex Stettinski. 6. Author Gina Nahai sits down with Judith Palarz to discuss her latest book.Cast: Beverly Hills Television

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