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Walk with the Mayor
All walks are weekly and will depart from the Crescent Drive side of City Hall. You can access the route
by downloading the City's Explore Mobile Beverly Hills app. For more information, contact 310-285-1013
meets the second Wednesday afternoon of each month with additional meetings as necessary. Meetings are held in Room 280-A of the City Council Chambers at Beverly Hills City Hall. All meetings are webstreamed and broadcast
on BH10. To view
for housing that meets the needs of all community members including seniors and persons
with disabilities. For more information on the City's Housing Element contact Timothea Tway, Associate Planner at 310-285-1122, or by email
Julian A. Gold M.D.
Mayor Gold has
in Beverly Hills for 16 years. He and his wife, Michele E. Gold, CRNA, PhD, have a daughter, Rebecca, who attended Beverly Hills public schools. He can be reached at MayorandCityCouncil@beverlyhills.org.
Beverly Hills Presents 'Celebrate Your Heritage Week'
at the Farmers’ Market—purchase from a tasty selection of foods from different lands, including French crepes, Mexican tamales, American sausages, and Greek and Asian specialties; enjoy children’s activities and the wares of special guest vendors;
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/5182--Heritage Week 2 2009 FINAL.pdf
April Employee Campaign - Financial Preparedness
A disaster, such as an earthquake, can damage or destroy your property, force you to temporarily
somewhere else, cut the flow of wages and other income, or ruin valuable financial records. What you do today, will determine what your life will be like
September Employee Campaign - Technological Preparedness
Choose a relative or someone who
nearby and inform them that they are your emergency contact. If you are in an accident, emergency personnel can check your ICE listing to reach them. Know how to send text message updates. After a disaster,
Press Release - Artist List for May 2015
professor Robert Miller, art critic Shana Nys Dambrot, and jewelry expert Rone Prinz. “The show continually strives to welcome new artists, so be prepared for a few aesthetic surprises, and the chance to chat with artists who
down the street
and not in prison or on parole for a felony conviction. What type of information will I provide? Voter last name, first name, middle name, present address where you
(no PO Box or business address), mailing address if different from where you
Tab 8 - Election Civility Statement
take a stand in support of an environment where respect and responsible actions prevail in every aspect of our community life. We hope that you will be inspired to
this message and carry it to others as well. The Human Relations Commission
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