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April 16, 1987
The City Council has appointed a 15-member committee to determine whether a limited charter amendment should be placed on the ballot to make it easier for the city to give direct financial assistance to the school district. A charter change must be approved by a majority of the voters. The proposed change would give the city a legal mechanism to make direct payments to the school district.
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October 11, 2000 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was bad enough, officials in Arizona said, when they discovered that the mayor of Beverly Hills was a slumlord, an owner of one of Phoenix's most squalid, crime-ridden apartment complexes. But officials say the worst part came when Mayor Vicki Reynolds deeded over her share of Canyon Square Apartments to a charity as Phoenix authorities raided the place and demanded a cleanup.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 11, 2000 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was bad enough, officials in Arizona said, when they discovered that the mayor of Beverly Hills was a slumlord, an owner of one of Phoenix's most squalid, crime-ridden apartment complexes. But officials say the worst part came when Mayor Vicki Reynolds deeded over her share of Canyon Square Apartments to a charity as Phoenix authorities raided the place and demanded a cleanup.
NEWS
April 16, 1987
The City Council has appointed a 15-member committee to determine whether a limited charter amendment should be placed on the ballot to make it easier for the city to give direct financial assistance to the school district. A charter change must be approved by a majority of the voters. The proposed change would give the city a legal mechanism to make direct payments to the school district.
NEWS
June 28, 1991
Amelia and Mark Taper Hadassah House, the new headquarters of Beverly Hills Hadassah at 455 S. Robertson Blvd., will be dedicated in ceremonies at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. The house was built with a $1 million grant from the Mark Taper Foundation. The late Amelia (Millie) Taper was active in Beverly Hills Hadassah, which was established in 1938 to strengthen Jewish life in both Israel and the United States.
NEWS
November 19, 1987
Vicki Reynolds, former Beverly Hills Unified School District board president, has become the first announced candidate for next year's City Council election. Mayor Benjamin H. Stansbury and Councilwomen Donna Ellman and Charlotte Spadaro are up for reelection but none have said whether they will run. City Treasurer Ramon I. Gerson, who has been in office 16 years, said he will not seek reelection in the April 12 municipal election. Candidate filing opens Jan. 14 and closes Feb. 9.
NEWS
March 10, 1988
The Concern for Tenant Rights of Beverly Hills said it has added Allan L. Alexander among its endorsements for City Council. Last month the group said that it was endorsing Ellen Stern Harris and Vicki Reynolds, but could not reach a consensus on a third candidate until late last week. The renters' organization has had mixed success with its endorsements in the last four city elections.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 30, 1997
A recent City Council proposal to create a cultural center in a historic post office building has prompted an outcry from some residents who oppose plans to move their mailboxes to another facility, officials said Tuesday.
NEWS
December 7, 1989
Mayor Max Salter said he is proud of his city's stringent new guidelines for taxicab operators but is concerned about cabs licensed elsewhere that give visitors a bad impression of Southern California. "London has immaculate cabs. In Tokyo they have white doilies in the taxis," he said at the City Council's informal session Tuesday. "I've gotten into cabs here that are a disgrace. And Los Angeles is the biggest city on the Pacific Rim."
NEWS
June 12, 1988
Bicycles, skateboards and roller skates would be banned in Beverly Hills business districts under an ordinance introduced on Tuesday. The City Council will have a final vote on the proposed ban on June 21. If adopted, the ban would take effect 30 days later. The ban was proposed after a child riding a skateboard on South Palm was struck and injured by an automobile.
NEWS
October 18, 1990
The City Council on Tuesday approved a controversial proposal to build a 7,000-square-foot house on a hilltop above the city despite objections from neighbors who complained that the structure was out of scale with the surrounding area. The council's 3-2 vote overturned the Planning Commission's denial of the project at 1041 Summit Drive.
NEWS
February 22, 1990
With all five members indicating support, the City Council has instructed its legal staff to draw up a resolution calling for a halt to all malathion spraying until authorities can answer questions concerning possible health risks. "Agricultural interests are important, but cannot supersede the interests of human health," said Councilwoman Vicki Reynolds. Councilman Robert Tanenbaum agreed. "There are too many unknown potential health hazards," he said.
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