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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 - 2/24/2017

Stories for the February 24th edition: 1.The City of Beverly Hills is working with Metro to establish a "Memorandum of Agreement" concerning construction activity on Section Two of the Purple Line Subway Project. 2. The Beverly Hills Municipal Election takes place on Tuesday March 7th. Polls are open from 7:00 am - 8:00 pm. To locate your polling place check on the back of your ballot or go to LAVote.net/locator 3. The Beverly Hills Active Adult Club will be hosting the final Candidate Forum of the year on Monday February 27th at the Roxbury Park Community Center. 4. Vote by Mail Ballots may now be dropped off at the City Clerk's Office. For more information call 310-285-2400. 5. Join Beverly Hills' finest for "Coffee with a Cop" on Wednesday March 8th from 9:00 - 10:30 am at Nespresso Beverly Hills. Contact Sgt. Max Subin at 310-288-2616 for more info. 6. To welcome Spring and the Persian New year, the City Council learn more about this year's Norooz celebration and the beauty of the Haft-Seen table. 7. Former Mayor Steve Webb was honored at the February 21st 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 - 2/17/2017

Stories for the February 17th edition: 1. The City of Beverly Hills will hold a Municipal Election on March 7th. Go to beverlyhills.org/election for a complete list of upcoming Candidate Forums, replays and other helpful voter information. 2. Vote by Mail Ballots may now be dropped off at the City Clerk's office in room 290 on the second floor of City Hall. For information call 310-285-2400. 3. As California is hit with a series of powerful winter storms, Beverly Hills residents are urged to stay prepared. 4. Sunday February 26th is Community Services Showcase Day at the Beverly Hills Farmers' Market. Call 310-285-6810 for more info. 5. Former Mayor Mark Egerman was honored at the February 7th 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 - 2/10/2017

Stories for the February 10th edition: 1. The Beverly Hills Municipal Election will take place on Tuesday March 7th. Voters are encouraged to get involved with the election process. Go to beverlyhills.org/election for more information. 2. Vote by Mail Ballots may now be dropped off at the City Clerk's office in room 290 on the second floor of City Hall. For more information call 310-285-2400. 3. Several Candidate Forums are scheduled in the next few weeks. To see a replay of The Municipal League's February 8th forum in Council Chambers.Go to beverlyhills.org/bhtv 4. Work continues on the North Santa Monica Blvd Reconstruction between Wilshire and Rodeo Drive. For more information on construction updates, lane closures, detours and everything else associated with the project go to: beverlyhills.org/smblvd. 5. On Sunday February 19th, The "Sunset Trio" perform at Greystone's "Music in the Mansion" concert series. For more information call 310-285-6850. 6. Mark your calendars! Sunday February 26th is Community Services Showcase Day at the Beverly Hills Farmers' Market. Call 310-285-6810 for more info. 7. Former Mayor Meralee Goldman was honored at the February 7th City Council Formal meeting for her "Legacy of Service" to the city and people of Beverly Hills.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 2/3/2017

Stories for the February 3rd edition: 1. Beverly Hills will hold a Municipal Election on March 7th. Several Candidate Forums have been scheduled in the next few weeks to offer voters the opportunity to hear from the candidates. Go to beverlyhills.org/election for a complete list of upcoming Forums, replays and other helpful voter information. 2. Work continues on the North Santa Monica Blvd Reconstruction between Wilshire and Rodeo Drive. For more information on construction updates, lane closures, detours and everything else associated with the project go to: beverlyhills.org/smblvd. To sign up for email alerts go to: beverlyhills.org/askbev. The city has also set up a helpline which can be reached by calling (424) 339-9033. 3. The community is encouraged to attend a meeting to discuss Metro's PurpleLine Extension Project and the future Wilshire/Rodeo Station. For more info go to: beverlyhills.org/purpleline. 4. Community volunteers, outreach workers and city staff joined together to participate in the "2017 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count". For more information on how you can get involved call Human Services Administrator Jim Latta at: 310- 285-1006.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 1/27/2017

Stories for the January 27th edition: 1. Work on the North Santa Monica Blvd Reconstruction is underway with utility work beginning between Wilshire and Rodeo Drive. For more information on construction updates, lane closures, detours and everything else associated with the project go to: Go to beverlyhills.org/smblvd. To sign up for email alerts go to: beverlyhills.org/askbev. The city has also set up a helpline which can be reached by calling (424) 339-9033. 2. Two Community meetings on the SMBLVD Reconstruction Project will held on January 31st. An AM meeting will begin at 8:30 am at the BH Chamber of Commerce. An evening meeting will begin at 7:00 pm in the Municipal Gallery of City Hall. 3. With Metro's PurpleLine Extension Project moving forward the City encourages everyone to attend a community meeting to discuss Phase 2 and the future Wilshire/Rodeo Station. For more info go to: beverlyhills.org/purpleline. 4. Several Candidate Forums have been scheduled in the next few weeks to offer voters the opportunity to hear from the candidates themselves. Go to beverlyhills.org/election for a complete list of upcoming Forums, replays and other helpful voter information. 5. At the January 24th Formal meeting the City Council unanimously voted to support a city based initiative to combat voter fraud in Beverly Hills. If you witness or suspect any voter fraud contact the city clerk's office at (310) 285-2400 or go to the city's website at: beverlyhills.org/voterfraud. 6. The City Council honored "Neighbors Helping Neighbors" for their effort in organizing the Beverly Vista School Blood Drive taking place on February 4th from 9:00 to 3:00pm. To register go to: donatebloodcedars.org and use the code "bevs". 7. Beverly Hills celebrated the 6th Annual China New Year Celebration at the historic Saban Theatre.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 1/20/2017

Stories for the January 20th edition: 1. The North Santa Monica Boulevard Reconstruction Project is underway and the community is encouraged to stay informed. Go to beverlyhills.org/smblvd for more info or sign up for email alerts at beverlyhills.org/askbev. 2. To help voters make an informed choice, several Candidate Forums have been scheduled before the March 7th Election. For more info about the election and a complete list of Forums scheduled, Go to beverlyhills.org/elections. 3. During times of severe weather the City of Beverly Hills offers residents up to 10 sandbags per household. Call the Public Works Dept. at (310) 285-2467 for more info. 4. Whenever there is measurable rain is in the forecast, be sure to turn off your sprinklers off. 5. Members of the Beverly Hills Active Adult Club are invited to the annual "Valentine's Day Dance and Dessert event" taking place at the Roxbury Park Community Center. Call (310) 285-6840 to RSVP. 6. Anyone 55 years and older can join the Beverly Hills Active Adult Club. The cost is $5 dollars per year for residents and $7 for those living outside the city. Call (310) 285-6840 for more information. 7. Southern California marks the 23rd anniversary of the 1994 Northridge Earthquake. The City of Beverly Hills offers an extensive list of programs and services to help the community stay prepared. For more information go to beverlyhills.org/emergencymanagement.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
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

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