City Highlights Newsletter

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  • Spring 2013 [PDF]
    In this issue we take a look at our Community Study Survey, CityLine Shuttle, One City One Pride and more.
  • Fall 2012 Edition [PDF]
    In this issue we highlight the upcoming West Hollywood Book Fair as well as City-funded social services and more.
  • Fall 2011 Edition [PDF]
    In this issue we highlight the new West Hollywood Library, the 10th Annual West Hollywood Book Fair and lots more.
  • Winter 2011 Edition [PDF]
    This issue is packed with information on City issues and events including the General Plan, Climate Action Plan and Environmental Impact Report; the Women's Leadership Conference; WehoGrnWknd; the celebration of the opening of the new West Hollywood parking structure; and the upcoming municipal election.
  • 25th Anniversary Edition [PDF]
    Look back on 25 years of accomplishments!
  • Fall 2008 Edition [PDF]
    In this issue we spotlight the 7th Annual West Hollywood Bookfair!
  • Special Edition 2008 [PDF]
    We focus on the Women's Leadership Conference in this issue.
  • Winter 2008 Edition [PDF]
    In this issue we focus on the City's 25th Anniversary Capital Improvement Project and more!
  • Fall Edition 2007 [PDF]
    In this edition we take a close look at the upcoming Book Fair and the West Hollywood General Plan.
  • CTE Academy Special Edition [PDF]
    Learn about The Building Community Through Engagement (CTE) Academy in this special edition newsletter!
  • Special Edition - 2007 [PDF]
    In this issue, we feature the Women's Leadership Conference.
  • Winter 2007 Edition [PDF]
    In this edition we feature our very own Bonnie Smith and our new Public Safety Awareness Campaign.
  • Special Edition - 2006 [PDF]
    In this issue of the newsletter, we focus on the City's upcoming Housing Summit on Monday, December 4, 2006 at 6 p.m. at West Hollywood Park. The summit will kick-off a community dialogue on how to address the housing challenges we now face throughout California.
  • Spring 2006 Edition [PDF]
    In this issue we focus on Senior Month, the 5th Annual Russian Cultural Month and feature City employees, Long Thu and Leslie Isenberg.

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