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The regular West Hollywood Council Meeting was anything but regular this past Monday, October 18, 2021 as council members made their way back into the council chambers to conduct City business at a hybrid limited in-person meeting after over...
With a 5-0 vote Monday night, West Hollywood’s City Council took steps toward ethics reform by limiting the ability of former city officials to act as lobbyists. However, the Council delayed action on a controversial proposal to end city...
West Hollywood elected and appointed officials will join community leaders, community members, and advocate groups like NCJW-LA, Black Women Lead, Hollywood NOW, Women's March LA, UNITE HERE Local 11 and NWPC LA Westside for a WeHo Rally for Reproduction...
Today marks a year since council member John Erickson launched his campaign for a seat on the West Hollywood City Council. In recognition of the past 365 days, council member Erickson released a statement looking at the beginning of...
The West Hollywood city council unanimously approved a resolution denouncing hate crimes and acts of violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at its regular city council meeting on Monday, April 5, 2021. The resolution is in response to...
It was a slight taste of normal on a sunny day in the City of West Hollywood this past Saturday, March 6, 2021. City officials joined city staff and community members for a day of service by providing meals...
Former West Hollywood resident and LGBT advocate, Ivy Bottini, will remembered at an event taking place at Kings Road Park, located at 1000 N. Kings Road, on Sunday, February 28, 2021, from 3 p.m. - 4 p.m. The activist...
Dog guardians united! The City of West Hollywood is currently going through a series of firsts: WeHo residents elected Sepi Shyne to the city council making her the first out LGBTQ Iranian woman to hold office locally and globally....
The West Hollywood city council will consider directing staff to study the permanent installation of transgender flag crosswalks located at a prominent intersection along Santa Monica Boulevard. The item initiated by council members John Erickson and Sepi Shyne also...
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