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At a regular city council meeting on Tuesday, January 18, 2022, the City Council moved to consent agenda item 5.D. approving the sponsorship of a series of community cleanup events, each focusing on a specific area within the City...
Members of the Stonewall Democratic Club​ are joining gatherings across the nation for a candlelight vigil demanding justice for treason on the anniversary of the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. The Event is taking place at Sal...
West Hollywood Mayor Pro Tempore Sepi Shyne, Councilmember Lindsey P. Horvath and Councilmember John M. Erickson, joined representatives from worker's union UNITE HERE Local 11 for a press conference to discuss and celebrate West Hollywood City Council's vote to unanimously...
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...
At the city of West Hollywood's annual City Council Reorganization and Installation meeting, former council member John Heilman swore-in Lauren Meister as the new Mayor of WeHo and California Democratic Secretary Melahat Rafiei, swore-in Sepi Shyne as the city's...
"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...
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...
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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