The Westside cities – West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Culver City, and Santa Monica – are all on different but overlapping paths to bright futures. Santa Monica is becoming Silicon Beach, Culver City welcomed the Expo Line, eclectic projects continue to break ground in West Hollywood, and Beverly Hills looks forward to cutting the ribbon on the new Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. Each city has strategies to achieve distinct goals. Do they need to work together to achieve mutual success or is competition healthy as each city works to attract businesses and discretionary dollars? How do decisions made in each city affect the Westside as a whole? What is each mayor’s vision for the future of these unique, but connected cities? Please join the Westside Urban Forum at the Olympic Collection on Friday, February 15th at 7:30 am with the Mayors of each of these cities in a timely conversation moderated by JR DeShazo, Director of the UCLA Luskin Center.ModeratorJR DeShazo, UCLA Luskin Center for InnovationPanelistsHon. Willie Brien, Mayor of Beverly HillsHon. Pam O’Connor, Mayor of Santa MonicaHon. Jeffrey Prang, Mayor of West HollywoodHon. Andy Weissman, Mayor of Culver CityFor more information and to regiister CLICK HERE
Westside Mayors 2013
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