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City Holds 25th Youth in Government Day

of the democratic process in City government. During their day at City Hall, students also participated in a mock City Council meeting, with each student playing the role of a City Councilmember or department head during the meeting. The student participants
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City Holds 24th Youth in Government Day

their interest now, it will result in a lifelong engagement in community issues and local government,” he continued. The student participants were: Role/Student School * Mayor – Jared Sleisenger (HAW) City Council Members Max Schwartz (BV) Nina
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The E-Government Program focuses on providing public access to the department’s services and information using on-line technology and the internet. This includes plan review submittals, permit applications and issuance, on-line payment collections,
FAQ - How can I participate in City government?

Citizens can participate by attending City Council or commission meetings. Other public meetings and hearings are scheduled periodically through the year. A complete schedule can be found on the City Calendar
Beverly Hills Honors 25th Youth in Government Class

Honors Its 25th Youth in Government Class Beverly Hills, CA – The City Council declared May 28, 2009 to be “Youth in Government Day” in the City of Beverly Hills, celebrating the 25th annual program sponsored by the City and the Beverly
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Mayors Cabinet Meeting Notes - December 17, 2014

and is trying to find additional parking for residents. MAYOR’S REPORT The City Council held its annual priority setting session, which, for the first time, included input from the commissions. A complete list of the Council priorities
Mayors Cabinet Meeting Highlights - October 7, 2013

reconstruction project, particularly on bike lanes and median strips. MAYOR’S REPORT The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, aka The Wallis, is holding a series of opening events. The City Council will be participating on the 15th and 17th.
Mayors Cabinet Meeting Notes - September 24, 2014

on the list, eight have been removed. The vice chair gave a report on possible criteria for ranking applicants for the City’s block grant funding. Cultural Heritage Commission – Chair Maralee Beck The City Council approved a request to rename
Mayors Cabinet Meeting Highlights - January 6, 2014

that this meeting is intended to exchange information on commission activities; no official actions are taken. MAYOR’S REPORT Medical use and other changes to the 8767 project is being considered Jan. 7 by the City Council de novo by after
Mayors Cabinet Meeting Notes - November 26, 2014

There have been a lot of complaints recently about traffic noise in certain areas of the City. MAYOR’S REPORT Two major issues coming up at the next City Council meeting are taxi franchises and Santa Monica Boulevard reconstruction. Happy
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