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Council now wants to raise minimum wage to $17.64/hr. for all workers, not just hotel staffers
Monday - October 18, 2021 by Brandon Garcia
Council member John D’Amico confirms he will not seek re-election.
Friday - August 13, 2021 by WEHO ville
Meister: I really would appreciate if we didn’t make a motion before all of us have a chance to ask questions and be heard:
Thursday - August 5, 2021 by Larry Block
D’Amico: ‘We ruined that relationship’ with hotels by passing ordinance
Wednesday - August 4, 2021 by Larry Block
OpEd: The left is starting to look like the right.
Friday - July 30, 2021 by Larry Block
‘Out on Robertson’ will be open this weekend, but awaiting David Cooley decision on next week.
Saturday - July 24, 2021 by Larry Block
Opinion Sunday: John Duran: I love my City.
Saturday - July 17, 2021 by John Duran
City Council returns live and in person at ‘hybrid’ meeting. Update: Saturday 7/17 1:00pm, CANCELLED.
Thursday - July 15, 2021 by Contributor
Opinion Sunday: The People are the City!
Saturday - July 10, 2021 by WEHO ville
Budget passes 3-1. Meister votes against noting need for hotel ordinance impact study.
Tuesday - June 22, 2021 by WEHO ville
Mayor Horvath, Councilmember Shyne appear to be violating the Brown Act to push Hotel Worker Ordinance.
Tuesday - June 15, 2021 by WEHO ville
Let’s Discuss: City Hall still closed but we can dance at the Abbey. Who is in leading the city?
Saturday - May 29, 2021 by Larry Block
WATCH: The Abbey turns 30. Mayor Horvath declares May 23rd, 2021 “The Abbey Day”
Sunday - May 23, 2021 by WEHO ville
Ribbon-cutting for Abbey Road, aka Robertson Blvd.
Saturday - May 1, 2021 by Larry Block
WATCH: D’Amico exits, Erickson throws shade, Horvath refuses to table item.
Saturday - April 24, 2021 by Brandon Garcia
WeHo’s 1st independent Pride festivities set for June 26-27
Friday - April 23, 2021 by WEHO ville
Palms Project approved in fascinating 3-2 decision
Tuesday - April 20, 2021 by Larry Block
WeHo’s LGBTQ Pride Celebration for June 2021 Likely to Be Virtual Events
Thursday - March 25, 2021 by Contributor
WeHo City Manager Paul Arevalo Will Retire This Summer
Monday - March 8, 2021 by James F. Mills
WeHo May Install a Memorial to Honor LGBTQ Lives Lost to Suicide
Thursday - March 4, 2021 by James F. Mills