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November 2022 is a year away, but West Hollywood Mayor Lauren Meister is not wasting any time announcing that she is running for re-election next year. "Just wanted to let all my Facebook friends know that I will be running...
The West Hollywood City Council unanimously voted in support of changes to the city's local emergency ordinance at a regular city council meeting last night, Monday, July 20, 2020. The council extended the city’s eviction moratorium for residential and...
WeHos next regular City Council meeting will once again take place in a virtual teleconference format. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, April 20, 2020. Community members may view the agenda and live-stream the meeting by...
The City of West Hollywood has sworn-in John Heilman as its new Mayor and John J. Duran as its new Mayor Pro Tempore. An Oath of Office ceremony was administered by City Clerk Yvonne Quarker during the City of...
West Hollywood has adopted a Resolution condemning the Russian republic of Chechnya (Chechen Republic) for establishing concentration camps that detain and torture LGBT people for their sexual orientation. The Resolution was approved unanimously by the City Council of the...
by Scott Olin Schmidt Four years ago, West Hollywood voters overwhelmingly approved term limits. At the time, opponents claimed, "we have term limits, they're called elections."  If we want change at city hall on Tuesday, we must think strategically. Should a...
There are 10 candidates vying for two seats in the March 7 West Hollywood City Council Election. WEHO TIMES has asked each Candidate to answer five questions on hot-button subjects. We will publish one Candidate's answers daily, beginning February...
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