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Los Angeles County, CA March 6, 2001 Election
Council Member; City of Beverly Hills Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Order is random and changes daily.

Jeanette Parker, Ph.D.

  • Occupation: University President
  • A.A., B.A., M.A., Ph.D. degrees
  • Beverly Hills PTA President
  • Beverly Hills Board of Governors, Maple Counseling Center
  • Board of Directors, Beverly Hills Family "Y"
  • Board of Directors, Beverly Hills Little League
  • Beverly Hills Appointee, First Team Beverly Hills Leadership Program
  • Open up City Council government so that voters may participate more in the process.
  • Keep a closer check on development, so that a balance is maintained between business and residential areas. Listen to the residents closely.
  • Keep a close watch on our city budget and save taxpayer dollars by calling to eliminate "refuse fees" from our water bills.
Mary Levin Cutler
Mitch Waldow
  • Occupation: Broadcaster
  • 25 years in L.A. radio and television
  • Raised in Beverly Hills
  • 8-year-old son, Benjamin, attends El Rodeo
  • Co-founded B.H. South Homeowners Assn.
  • Make residents' concerns the #1 priority at City Hall
  • I support a strong conflicts of interest ordinance and term limits
  • Stop overscale commercial projects before they get started
Martin D. Geimer
  • Occupation: Business Executive/City Commissioner
  • Chair, City of Beverly Hills, Recreation and Parks Commission
  • Vice President , City of Beverly Hills, Greystone Foundation
  • Past President Beverly Hills Historical Society 1992-1997
  • Board member Beverly Hills CPR since 1995
  • Beverly Hills Police Dept. volunteer since 1992
  • Committee member - City medical emergency preparedness project.
  • Improve methods of communication between council and community
  • Reduce traffic through modernized traffic management systems, diversion programs
  • Direct community involvement in advanced planning
Herm Shultz
Kurt Haber
James E. Fabe
  • Occupation: Dentist
  • Consultant
  • Farmer
  • Population Density Management
  • Traffic Density Management
  • Information Technology Management
Mark Egerman
Linda J. Briskman
  • Occupation: Business Executive/Commissioner
  • Chair, The Maple Counseling Center, current
  • Chair, Beverly Hills Planning Commission, 1999
  • Commissioner, Beverly Hills Planning Commission, current
  • Chair, Beverly Hills Traffic and Parking Commission, 1996
  • Chair, Beverly Hills Education Foundation, Past
  • Co-owner, Timely Trends, apparel manufacturing,,, 1988-2000
  • My commitment to you: public safety, health and welfare, fiscal responsibility, and community planning.
  • Insure the funding to provide for the highest quality education for our children.
  • Use my extensive business experience to make prudent financial decisions.
Tom Levyn
Steve Webb
  • Occupation: Attorney at Law
  • Chairman, Planning Commission
  • Director, Beverly Hills Community Sports Center
  • Board of Governors Century City Hospital
  • Member of Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce
  • Chairman, Traffic & Parking (past)
  • Co-Chairman Livable Streets Committee (past)
  • Create a long-term plan to reduce traffic and increase parking
  • Create a long-term plan to control city growth
  • Create a Community Center for our children, families and seniors
Philip F. Margo

Basic candidate data supplied by the applicable elections official. Order of candidates is random and changes daily.
  Official Information

Municipal Election Website
News and Analysis

Twelve Candidates File For Three City Council Seats
By Margaret Harris, Beverly Hills 90210 (12/22/2000)
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