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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 - 4/29/16

Stories for the April 29th edition: 1. The Teen Advisory Committee is honored at the April 19th City Council Meeting. 2. Local students participate in Teen Leadership Day. 3. The annual "Youth in Government Day" takes place on Tuesday May 10th with students conducting a mock council meeting.. 4. The Beverly Hills Bike Share Program takes off on Tuesday May 10th with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on the north east corner of City Hall. 5. Fire Service Day is coming up on Saturday May 14th from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. in front of Fire Station #1. 6. A Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Beverly Hills Dog Park takes place on Tuesday May 3rd at 1:00pm.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 4/22/2016

Stories for the April 22nd edition: 1. Beverly Hills held its 13 annual Earth Day Celebration last Sunday at the Farmers' Market. 2. The Honorable Donna Ellman-Garber is awarded The Key to the City for her years of devotion to the city of Beverly Hills. 3. The community is invited to the official groundbreaking ceremony for the new Beverly Hills Dog Park on May 3rd. 4. The Greystone Concours D'elegance takes place on Sunday May 1st. Go to Greystoneconcours.org for info. 5. Beverly Hills and the City Council observe moment of silence for the legendary Fred Hayman.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 4/15/16

Stories for the April 15th edition: 1. The Beverly Hills Police Department holds a Town Hall meeting to address concerns over increases in home burglaries throughout the State of California. 2. Mayor Mirisch and the City Council move forward with plans for an Autonomous Vehicle Program. 3. April is "Donate Life Month" and the city honors local Doctor for his efforts in raising awareness. 4. Join Mayor Mirisch and the Council for an afternoon of Lawn Bowling at Roxbury Park on Saturday April 30th. 5. Author M.T. Anderson will speak at the Beverly Hills Library on Thursday April 28th at 7:00pm. 6. The Greystone Concours d' Elegance returns on Sunday May 1st. For more info: GreystoneConcours.org. 7. Loma Vista Drive will be closed temporarily for Road Testing on Sunday April 17th & on Wednesday April 20th.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 4/8/2016

Stories for the April 8th edition: 1. Beverly Hills celebrates the restoration of the historic Electric Fountain. 2. The Honorable Richard Stone is awarded The Key to the City for his years of devotion to the city of Beverly Hills. 3. Beverly Hills new Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli is sworn in by Mayor John Mirisch. 4. The City is partnering with Major League Baseball to make June through August the Summer of Play Ball. 5. Celebrate Earth Day on Sunday April 17th at the Beverly Hills Farmers' Market.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 4/1/2016

Stories for the April 1st edition: 1. Beverly Hills holds it's first "Sing Along with the Mayor & Council" in the Samuel Goldwyn Theatre. 2. Everyone is invited to the The Electric Fountain Ribbon Cutting and Dedication Ceremony taking place on Tuesday April 5th in Beverly Gardens Park. 3. The Beverly Hills Adult Sports League is gearing up for Spring and Summer. Go to: BeverlyHillsAdultSports.org 4. BritWeek 2016 kicks off at the Wallis on April 23rd with a night of William Shakespeare. 5. Earth day takes place at the Farmers' Market on Sunday April 17th at 9:00 am. 6. The Library is offering to wave late charges with the "Food For Fines" program during National Library Week.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 3/25/2016

Stories for the March 25th edition: 1. Beverly Hills Public Library offers free Adult Literacy courses. For more info go to BHPL.org or call 310-288-2207. 2. To celebrate "National Library Week" Beverly Hills is offering to clear late charges with the "Food For Fines" Program. 3. To celebrate the life of William Shakespeare and the beginning of "BritWeek", Beverly Hills declares April 23rd as "William Shakespeare 400 Day". 4. The Electric Fountain Ribbon Cutting and Dedication Ceremony takes place on Tuesday April 5th at 1:30 pm.in Beverly Gardens Park.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 3/18/2016

Stories for the March 18th edition: 1. City Council Reorganization Ceremony from The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Building 2. John A. Mirisch is sworn in as the new Mayor 3. Nancy Krasne is sworn in as new Vice Mayor 4. William W. Brien bids farewell to the City of Beverly Hills 5. Sing Along with the Mayor and City Council ,Thursday March 24th at 7:30 P.M. in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Building 6. Inside the Audiobook Studio - an Audiobook readers Panel Discussion to be held Wednesday, March 23rd at 7:30 P.M.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 3/11/2016

Stories for the March 11th edition: 1. The Beverly Hills Synagogue played host to the first California- Israel Water Summit. 2. Mayor Gold & the City Council honor the work of the Police & Fire Department with a Step-Up Recognition. 3. The official City Council Installation Meeting will take place on Wednesday March 16th in the Samuel Goldwyn Theatre. 4. Mayor -Elect Mirisch & the City Council will lead a community Sing-Along Event at the Academy Theatre on Thursday March 24th. 5. The Music in the Mansion Concert Series returns on Sunday March 20th at 2:00pm. Call 310-285-6850. 6. The 3 vs 3 Teen Basketball Tournament takes place on Sat. March 19th. Go to: Beverlyhills.org/teensCast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 3/4/2016

Stories for the March 4th edition: 1. Beverly Hills names Chief Sandra Spagnoli from the City of San Leandro as the city's next Police Chief. 2. City Council honors Interim Police Chief Dominck Rivetti for his work leading the department. 3. The Beverly Hills Police Foundation honors "Hall of Fame" donors who have made significant contributions. 4. Beverly Hills Water Customers encouraged to continue their conservation goals. 5. Great turnout for the 4th annual "Community Services Showcase Day" at the Farmers' Market. 6. BH Charitable Foundation now accepting tax deductible donations to improve the new Dog Park. Call 310-285-2531.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 2/26/2016

Stories for the February 26th edition: 1. The Beverly Hills Historical Society held its 2nd ever "Former Mayors Symposium" at Roxbury Park this week. 2. The City Council Installation Ceremony takes place on Wednesday March 16th at 6:00pm in the Samuel Goldwyn Theater. 3. The first-ever "California - Israel Water Summit" will take place at the Wallis Annenberg Center. 4. Woofstock 90210 returns to Roxbury Park on Sunday March 6th from 11 - 3pm. Go to Beverlyhills.org/woofstock for more information. 5. Crescent Drive will be closed between North and South Santa Monica Blvd. until March 3rd. Crescent Drive Business will be open and offering specials during the closure.Cast: Beverly Hills Television

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