Beverly Hills

The City Council is seeking to fill a vacancy on the Rent Adjustment Board. The vacancy was created by the recent death of Irving Heyman, a retired businessman and community leader.

Board members are appointed by the City Council to two-year terms and serve without compensation. They must be residents of the city and live in single-family homes. They may not own an apartment building in Beverly Hills.

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