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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 - 5/29/2015

Stories for the May 29th edition: 1. Water Tracker is a free online program offered by the city to help customers track their overall water use. 2. For information on the water crisis and helpful tips for conserving: go to beverlyhills.org/waterconservation. 3. Human Relations Comm. accepting nominations for Embrace Civility Award. Go to beverlyhills.org/hrc. 4. The Beverly Hills Forum Series returns to City Hall on Monday june 1st at 7:30pm. 5. Concerts on Canon music series begins June 4th at Beverly Canon Gardens. Admission is free. 6. Sunday Movie Nights kicks off its season on June 7th with "Field of Dreams". Show begins at 8pm.Cast: 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
Beverly Hills This Week - 5/22/2015

Stories for the May 22nd edition: 1. Mayor Gold holds a "Meet the Mayor" community event at the La Cienega Park Community Center. 2. Public Works Services Day 2015 held at the Beverly Hills Farmers' Market. 3. Beverly Gardens Park welcomed the Spring edition of the 2015 Beverly Hills Art Show. 4. Gloria Gordon honored to represent Beverly Hills as an"Outstanding Older American".Cast: Beverly Hills Television
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
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
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
Beverly Hills This Week - 4/17/2015

Stories for the April 17th edition: 1. Beverly Hills responds to California's continuing water crisis. 2. April is "National Donate Life Month" and the city council honors Donate Life Ambassador, Dr. Mason Sommers. 3. Make sure you are prepared: April is "Earthquake Awareness Month". 4. Arbor Day celebration and tree planting at Roxbury Park on Friday April 24th. 5. Ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the new children's playground at Roxbury Park. 6. The 6th annual Concours d' Elegance at Greystone takes place on Sunday May 3rd.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 4/10/2015

Stories for the April 10th edition: 1. Beverly Hills taking steps to conserve water. 2. Earth Day at the Farmers' Market takes place on Sunday April 19th from 9am till 1 pm. 3. Michelle Upchurch is the first recipient of the Step-Up Award from City Council. 4. City Council observes a moment of silence for the late Craig Donahue. 5. Council approves two new properties to add to the Local Register of Historic Places.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 4/3/2015

Stories for the April 3rd edition: 1. Friends of Beverly Gardens Park received a donation from The Wanda Group and its chairman Wang Jianlin. 2. 100th Birthday Party for Betty Globe at the roxbury Community Center. 3. Best-selling author Hallie Ephron comes to the Beverly Hills Library to discuss her latest novel. 4. Earth Day at the Farmers' Market takes place on Sunday April 19th. 5. New mandatory state-wide water reductions go into effect due to continuing drought conditions.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 3/27/2015

Stories for the March 27th edition: 1. New Mayor and Vice Mayor elected at City Council Reorganization Meeting on March 24th at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Samuel Goldwyn Theatre 2. "Food For Fines" program waves library fines in exchange for food donations. Runs April 21 through April 27thCast: Beverly Hills Television

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