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2012, 2022

West Hollywood Installs New Council Members, Elects New Mayor

By |December 20th, 2022|

“You walked the walk, you talked the talk. You knocked on so many doors, and I never doubted you for a second. Congratulations Councilmember Chelsea Byers,” said Councilmember John Erickson to his new colleague just prior to her swearing in on Monday evening in West Hollywood. Byers was joined by returning Councilmember John Heilman and Mayor Lauren Meister in being installed for a four-year term. Erickson was equally as complimentary of Heilman, saying “It has always been my honor to one day serve with someone I consider a personal hero and I’m really excited to start this next chapter.”

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WeHo Officials Reflect on State of the Community and Present Capital Improvement Projects

By |December 1st, 2022|

As part of the City of West Hollywood’s 38th Birthday Celebration on Tuesday, November 29, City Manager David Wilson and Assistant City Manager Oscar Delgado spoke to the audience of about 175 residents, city councilmembers, appointed city commissioners, and city staff about the state of the community and presented an update on several capital improvement projects the city has invested in.

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West Hollywood Activists Gather to Celebrate 38 Years of Cityhood

By |December 1st, 2022|

“Tonight, let’s celebrate West Hollywood for all the unique things it is,” said City Manager David Wilson, as he addressed about 175 residents, commissioners, fellow councilmembers, and city staff on Tuesday evening as the City of West Hollywood commemorated 38 years since its incorporation on November 29, 1984.

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ENDORSEMENTS: Adolphson, Byers, and Wright for WeHo Council

By |October 31st, 2022|

West Hollywood continues to change, and it’s time for this progressive city to move on from a previous generation of leaders that, while important from WeHo’s founding until recent years, have had more than their share of time on the council dais. People like Steve Martin and John Duran enjoyed many years of service, and in Martin’s case, remain so active they comment on items at just about every city council meeting. However, Duran’s behavior has soiled his reputation and he is no longer a qualifying candidate that should be given any consideration. John Heilman served well in his time on council, and, after narrowly losing re-election in 2020, certainly has every right to try and reclaim the council mantle.

West Hollywood Installs New Council Members, Elects New Mayor

By |December 20th, 2022|

“You walked the walk, you talked the talk. You knocked on so many doors, and I never doubted you for a second. Congratulations Councilmember Chelsea Byers,” said Councilmember John Erickson to his new colleague just prior to her swearing in on Monday evening in West Hollywood. Byers was joined by returning Councilmember John Heilman and Mayor Lauren Meister in being installed for a four-year term. Erickson was equally as complimentary of Heilman, saying “It has always been my honor to one day serve with someone I consider a personal hero and I’m really excited to start this next chapter.”

WeHo Officials Reflect on State of the Community and Present Capital Improvement Projects

By |December 1st, 2022|

As part of the City of West Hollywood’s 38th Birthday Celebration on Tuesday, November 29, City Manager David Wilson and Assistant City Manager Oscar Delgado spoke to the audience of about 175 residents, city councilmembers, appointed city commissioners, and city staff about the state of the community and presented an update on several capital improvement projects the city has invested in.

West Hollywood Activists Gather to Celebrate 38 Years of Cityhood

By |December 1st, 2022|

“Tonight, let’s celebrate West Hollywood for all the unique things it is,” said City Manager David Wilson, as he addressed about 175 residents, commissioners, fellow councilmembers, and city staff on Tuesday evening as the City of West Hollywood commemorated 38 years since its incorporation on November 29, 1984.

ENDORSEMENTS: Adolphson, Byers, and Wright for WeHo Council

By |October 31st, 2022|

West Hollywood continues to change, and it’s time for this progressive city to move on from a previous generation of leaders that, while important from WeHo’s founding until recent years, have had more than their share of time on the council dais. People like Steve Martin and John Duran enjoyed many years of service, and in Martin’s case, remain so active they comment on items at just about every city council meeting. However, Duran’s behavior has soiled his reputation and he is no longer a qualifying candidate that should be given any consideration. John Heilman served well in his time on council, and, after narrowly losing re-election in 2020, certainly has every right to try and reclaim the council mantle.

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