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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 - 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
Beverly Hills This Week - 7/14/2017

Stories for the July 14th edition: 1. Work on the Santa Monica Blvd Reconstruction project moves into the next phase of construction. For more info: BeverlyHills.org/SMBLVD. 2. The city's Rent Stabilization Program will be conducting a series of facilitated dialogue sessions to assist in developing fair & balanced rent stabilization ordinance. For more info: BeverlyHills.org/BHRent. 3. To help address the urgent need for blood in Southern California, the city recently partnered with the American Red Cross to hold a blood drive at Fire Station #1. 4. The Concerts on Canon music series presents "Les Zazous" Thursday, July 20 at the Beverly Canon Gardens. For a complete list of acts and showtimes go to: BeverlyHills.org/ConcertsonCanon or call (310) 285-6830. 5. Applications to compete in Picklefest 2017 are due by July 23. For more info: beverlyhills.org/Picklefest or call the Farmers' Market at 310-285-6830. 6. 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.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 7/7/2017

Stories for the July 7th edition: 1. The U.S. Conference of Mayors unanimously adopts Mayor Lili Bosse's Healthy City Platform. 2. The city's Rent Stabilization Program will be conducting a series of facilitated dial will be conducting a series of facilitated dialogue sessions to assist in developing a rent stabilization ordinance. 3. The City Council approved the installation of bike lanes on North Santa Monica Blvd upon completion of the current reconstruction process. 4. The Beverliz Cafe was honored with a Business Shout Out for it's 17 years of service to the people of Beverly Hills. 5. July is Parks and Recreation Month. Learn more about all the great things happening at: Facebook.com/bhrecanparks. 6. The Beverly Hills Public Library presents entertainment for children of all ages at "Terrific Tuesdays". Up next, "The Amazing Dave" performs on Tuesday July 11th in the Civic Center Plaza. For more info go to : Bhpl.org or call (310) 288-2211.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 6/30/17

Stories for the June 30th edition: 1. The U.S. Conference of Mayors unanimously adopts Mayor Lili Bosse's Healthy City Platform. 2. The city's Rent Stabilization Program will be conducting a series of facilitated dial will be conducting a series of facilitated dialogue sessions to assist in developing a rent stabilization ordinance. 3. The City Council approved the installation of bike lanes on North Santa Monica Blvd upon completion of the current reconstruction process. 4. The Beverliz Cafe was honored with a Business Shout Out for it's 17 years of service to the people of Beverly Hills. 5. July is Parks and Recreation Month. Learn more about all the great things happening at Facebook.com/bhrecanparks.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 6/23/2017

Stories for the June 23rd edition: 1. The community turned out to celebrate Fathers Day at the 24th annual Rodeo Concours D'Elegance. 2. The City unveiled a new sculpture on Burton Way by international artist William Kentridge, titled "World on it's Hind Legs". 3. Work continues on the Santa Monica Blvd Reconstruction Project. For more information go to: BeverlyHills.org/SMBLVD. 4. The City Council honored local retailer Burberry with a "60 second shout-out" for their effort in supporting the restoration of Beverly Gardens Park.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 6/16/2017

Stories for the June 16th edition: 1. At their June 13th formal meeting, the Beverly Hills City Council honored the 242nd Birthday of the United Sates Army. 2. In Roxbury Park at a rescheduled Arbor Day Event, Mayor Lili Bosse accepted the city's 32nd consecutive Tree City award from the Arbor Day Foundation. The city added two planted two new tress to honor the event. 3. Beverly Hills celebrated another great Piesta event last Sunday at the Farmers' Market. For a list of contest winners and their recipes, go to: BeverlyHills.org/Piesta. 4. Metro held a family centered art workshop to gather ideas for the 'look and feel' of the upcoming Purple Line Subway stations. 5. The Concerts on Canon music series kicked off last Thursday at the Beverly Canon Gardens. For a complete list of acts and showtimes go to: BeverlyHills.org/ConcertsonCanon or call (310) 285-6830. 6. The Beverly Hills Public Library presents entertainment for children of all ages at "Terrific Tuesdays". The fun begins on Tuesday June 27th in the Civic Center Plaza. For a complete list of acts go to : Bhpl.org or call (310) 288-2211.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 6/9/2017

Stories for the June 9th edition: 1. Starting June 3 construction on Santa Monica Blvd will shift into its next phase. For more info: BeverlyHills.org/SMBLVD. 2. The Rodeo Concours d'Elegance returns on Fathers' Day June 18th. For more info: RodeoDrive-BH.com. 3. Firebird Balalaika Ensemble - Music in the Mansion Sunday June 18th 2:00-4:00 pm. 4. The Concerts On Canon Series runs through August 31. BeverlyHills.org/ConcertsonCanon. 5. The Beverly Hills Public Library presents an Evening with Delia Ephron - Wednesday, June 14 at 7:00pm. 6. On June 12th Mayor Lili Bosse leads the "Walk with the Mayor"Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 6/02/2017

Stories for the June 2nd edition: 1. The 44th Annual Beverly Hills Art Show rolled into town displaying hundreds of fine works of art at Beverly Gardens Park 2. Public Works Day was in full swing as residents got a first hand look at this vital city department. 3. Starting June 3 construction on Santa Monica Blvd will shift into its next phase. For more info: BeverlyHills.org/SMBLVD. 4. May is Older Americans Month as the City Council honored Lou Milkowski and Gloria Jennings Milkowski with the Older American of the Year Award at the May 16th City Council Meeting. 5. The Concerts On Canon Series kicks off once again starting on Thursday, June 8 and runs through August 31. 6. It's not too late to sign up your kids for the Summer Camp classes put on by the Recreation & Parks Department!Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 5/26/2017

Stories for the May 26th edition: 1. The 44th Annual Beverly Hills Art Show rolled into town displaying hundreds of fine works of art at Beverly Gardens Park 2. Public Works Day was in full swing as residents got a first hand look at this vital city department. 3. Starting June 3 construction on Santa Monica Blvd will shift into its next phase. 4. May is Older Americans Month as the City Council honored Lou Milkowski and Gloria Jennings Milkowski with the Older American of the Year Award at the May 16th City Council Meeting. 5. The Concerts On Canon Series kicks off once again starting on Thursday, June 8 and runs through August 31. 6. It's not too late to sign up your kids for the Summer Camp classes put on by the Recreation & Parks Department! 7. City Hall and the Public Library will be closed on Monday, May 29 in observance of Memorial Day.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 5/19/2017

Stories for the May 19th edition: 1. Mayor Lili Bosse and a record crowd welcomed leading health and wellness expert Doctor Deepak Chopra for an historic group meditation session on the steps of city hall. For more info go to: #BHHEALTHYCITY. 2. The Beverly Hills Conference and Visitors Bureau launched it's new campaign "City of Wellth" at a special event held at Alo Yoga on Canon Drive . For more info, special offers and health centered tips go to : LoveBeverlyHills,com/Wellth. 3. The Beverly Hills Fire Department opened it's doors to the public for "Fire Service Day 2017". 4. The Santa Monica Blvd Reconstruction project is moving forward and residents and visitors are encouraged to stay aware for detours or lane closures that may effect their commute. 5. At the May 16th Formal Meeting, Mayor Lili Bosse and the City Council honored the Teen Advisory Committee for their hard work and devotion to the city. 6. Team Beverly Hills is an interactive program designed to give residents an up close look at how their city government works. If you are interested in participating in this year's program, go to: BeverlyHills.org for more info. The deadline for applying is June 12th.Cast: Beverly Hills Television

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