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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 - 9/22/2017

Stories for the September 22nd edition: 1. Council Approves Firs Reading of Multi-Unit Smoking Ban 2. Assistant City Manager George Chavez Receives Fred C. Cunningham Award 3. Destination Beverly Hills Team Honored 4. 60 Second Shout-Out for "Meals-On-Wheels" 5. Weekend Metro Construction Continues on La Cienega StationCast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 9/15/2017

Stories for the September 15th edition: 1. Purple Line Construction Update 2. Dog Park celebrates One Year Anniversary 3. Senior Health Fair at Roxbury Park 4. New Smoking Ordinance considered at next Council Meeting 5. Next Night Block Party on South Beverly Drive 6. Beverly Hills holds 9-11 Memorial TributeCast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 9/8/2017

Stories for the September 8th edition: 1. City Council honor Hurricane Harvey victims with moment of silence 2. Mayor Bosse's Emergency Preparedness statement 3. 60 Second Shout-Out - The Palm Restaurant 4. 100 Years, 100 Stories Promo 5. Next Night Promo 6. Embrace Civility Award Applications 7. 9/11 Memorial PromoCast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 9/1/2017

Stories for the September 1st edition: 1. Police Service Day & Pancake Breakfast 2. Agricultural quarantine in effect for portions of Los Angeles County 3. Next Night Block Party on South Beverly Drive - Saturday, Sept 23rd 4. "Barks & Breakfast" Birthday party for the Beverly Hills Dog Park - Sunday, September 10th 5. Senior Health Fair at Roxbury Park Community Center - Monday, September 11th 6. Bullying Prevention Video Contest for Beverly Hills Students - Deadline for submitting September 15th 7. Beverly Hills Hazardous Waste Round Up - Saturday September 16thCast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 8/25/2017

Stories for the August 25th edition: 1. Beverly Hills City Council Issue Statement Condemning Bigotry and Hatred 2. Rodeo Drive Surprise Fashion Show and Dance Party 3. "Bike with the Mayor" Event 4. "Concerts on Canon" Season Finale 5. Ed Massey's "Portraits of Hope: Neon Nights 3-D" Lily Pond Art Installation 6. Roxbury Park "Senior Health Fair" - Monday September 11th 7. Adult Flag Football League Registration Now Open 8. Protective Agricultural Quarantine in Effect for Farmers' MarketCast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 8/18/2017

Stories for the August 18th edition: 1. Mayor Lili Bosse lead a BOLD walk through Beverly Hills last Thursday night at the first "Evening Walk With the Mayor". 2. Check out the "Portraits of Hope Neon Nights 3-D art project at the Lily Pond. Running now through August 31st. Artist Ed Massey and the Portraits of Hope team worked with the community to create this one of a kind floating art project. 3. The community joined with Acro-Yoga superstars Travis Brewer and Leah Russell for a special Yoga S.O.U.L. Session last Sunday morning in Beverly Canon Gardens. 4. Join Mayor Bosse for a special BHHealthy City bike ride on Sunday August 20th beginning at 9:00am. If you need a bike, BH BikeShare bicycles will be on hand. Available on a first come availability. 5. Beverly Hills is going B.O.L.D. All through the month of August, look for exciting activities, world class entertainment and extended shopping hours at some of your favorite restaurants and stores. For more info on all the events taking place got to: BeverlyHills.org/BOLD or LoveBeverlyHills.com/BHOpenLate. 6. The Beverly Hills City Council honors retiring Fire Chief Ralph Mundell for his 31 years of service to the city. 7. Greg Barton, who has served with the city for 22 years, is sworn in as the new Fire Chief for the City of Beverly Hills.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 8/11/2017

Stories for the August 11th edition: 1. Beverly Hills is going B.O.L.D. All through the month of August, look for exciting activities, world class entertainment and extended shopping hours at some of your favorite restaurants and stores. For more info on all the events taking place got to: BeverlyHills.org/BOLD or LoveBeverlyHills.com/BHOpenLate. 2. Join The Stephen Wise Temple Band on Thursday August 17th in Beverly Canon Gardens for a special B.O.L.D. Concerts on Canon. 3. Mayor Lili Bosse will join Acro-Yoga superstars Travis Brewer and Leah Russell for a special demonstration and Yoga S.O.U.L. Session on Sunday August 13th at 11:00 in Beverly Canon Gardens. For more information check out: BeverlyHills.org/Soul. 4. The Farmers' Market held the 5th annual Picklefest Contest and Celebration last Sunday. For a complete list of winners and their recipes go to: BeverlyHills.org/Pickle. 5. At the August 8th formal meeting, Mayor Bosse and the City Council honored Erika Glazer and the Erika Glazer Foundation for their generous contribution to the city's effort in refurbishing Beverly Gardens Park. Erika also is a long time supporter of BHPD's K-9 unit. 6. 1. Work on the Santa Monica Blvd Reconstruction project moves into it's next phase of construction. For more info on the project, lane closures and construction updates, go to: BeverlyHills.org/SMBLVD.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 8/4/2017

Stories for the August 8th edition: 1. Beverly Hills is going B.O.L.D. All through the month of August look for exciting activities, world class entertainment and extended shopping hours at some of your favorite restaurants and stores. For more info on all the events taking place got to: BeverlyHills.org/BOLD. 2. Join Mayor Lili Bosse for a special evening edition of her popular weekly "Walk with the Mayor", on Thursday August 10th. 3. On Sunday August 13th a free, family-friendly yoga session will be held in Beverly Canon Gardens. 4. The City of Beverly Hills celebrated "National Night Out" with a fun and informative evening on Rexford Drive. 5. Registration is now open for Community Services fall classes for residents. August 10 for non-residents. Be sure to sign up! beverlyhills.org/bhregonline. 6. Shakespeare by the Sea returns to Roxbury Park on Thursday, August 10th with "The Taming of the Shrew".Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 7/28/2017

Stories for the July 28th edition: 1. Beverly Hills is going B.O.L.D. and everyone is invited. All through the month of August look for exciting activities, world class entertainment and extended shopping hours at some of your favorite restaurants and stores. The B.O.L.D. initiative kicks off on August 3rd at 6:00pm with a special event on Rodeo Drive. For more info on all the events taking place got to: BeverlyHills.org/BOLD. 2. Check out the "Portraits of Hope Neon Nights 3-D art project at the Lily Pond. Renowned artist Ed Massey teamed up with the community to create a one of a kind floating art project. The installation ceremony takes place on Wednesday August 2nd in Beverly Gardens Park. 3. Join your friends and neighbors as Beverly Hills celebrates "National Night Out" on Tuesday August 1st from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. For more info go to: BeverlyHills.org/NNO. 4. On Sunday August 6th the Beverly Hills Farmers Market celebrates it's 23th anniversary with the 5th annual PickleFest contest and celebration sponsored by legendary delicatessen Nate 'n Al. For more info go to: BeverlyHills.org/FarmersMarket. 5. At the July 18th Formal Meeting, Mayor lili Bosse and the City Council honored retiring Commissioners Andrea Apatow and John Wyka for their many years of service to the city.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 7/21/2017

Stories for the July 21st edition: 1. Work on the Santa Monica Blvd Reconstruction project continues. Project Manager Samer Elayyan tells us what to expect. 2. Join Mayor Bosse and artist Ed Massey at the Farmers' Market on July 23rd and help in the creation of a new art installation for the Lily Pond. 3. Mayor Lili Bosse's B.O.L.D. initiative kicks off on August 3rd at 6:00pm with a special event on Rodeo Drive. For more info on all the events taking place got to: BeverlyHills.org/BOLD. 4. Join the community in celebrating National Night Out on Tuesday August 1st from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. For more info go to: BeverlyHills.org/NNO. 5. Shakespeare by the Sea returns to Roxbury Park on Thursday August 10th with "The Taming of the Shrew". 6. At the July 18th Formal Meeting Mayor Lili Bosse and the City Council "Nespresso" with a 60 Second Business Shout-Out.Cast: Beverly Hills Television

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