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"@WeHo City just won the 2020 @laedc Award for Most Business-Friendly City in Los Angeles County," reads a post by council member John Erickson. "Thank you to our incredible staff and amazing business, for all that you do to...
The City of West Hollywood has been awarded with a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting and an Award of Financial Reporting Achievement by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for...
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...
Weho City activated its West Hollywood Responds program to encourage community members to donate to organizations in urgent need of contributions to support clean-up, wildlife rescue, and recovery efforts following the devastating oil spill off the coast of Orange County in Southern...
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...
"I’m outraged at the near-total abortion ban that has gone into effect in Texas, despite legal efforts to block it," reads a statement by West Hollywood Mayor Lindsey Horvath. "The enactment of Senate Bill (SB) 8 is shameful. The...
The City of West Hollywood has rescheduled the Eastside Community Update Teleconference Meeting to Wednesday, September 1, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting, which was cancelled due to an URL error on August 17th, will take place via the Zoom...
The West Hollywood City Council elected a new Mayor and Mayor Pro Tempore at a regular city council meeting on Monday, August 16, 2021. Current West Hollywood Mayor Lindsay Horvath elected Mayor Pro-Tempore Lauren Meister as the new Mayor and...
On a 4-1 vote Monday night, West Hollywood’s City Council approved controversial changes protecting hotel workers and placing limits on the number of rooms housekeepers are required to clean per day, while providing additional compensation for going beyond those...
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