Miss last week’s headlines? Here’s a look back on what happened in West Hollywood last week.
Faced with a state-mandated deadline of June 30 to have its budget in place, the at its Monday night meeting. Although there were changes the Council wanted to make, it passed the budget as presented. The Council will vote on revisions at future meetings. The 272-page budget came under fire from residents and Councilmembers for lacking specifics about exactly how and why the money is being spent.
The El Mirador apartment building came before the City Council . However, when the Council was unable to reach a consensus on the matter, it voted to table the discussion until its July 2 meeting. Mayor Jeff Prang had to leave the meeting early, thus causing the 2-2 deadlock on the matter.
West Hollywood’s 90069 is the according to a new survey comparing census data on same-sex male households with zip codes. Topping the list were the Castro area in San Francisco, Provincetown, Mass. and two Palm Springs zip codes.
The City of West Hollywood won a thanks to the new West Hollywood Library. The USCM summary cited the library’s architecture, vistas and collection of books tailored to its gay and Russian populations as a main reason for bestowing the award.
Patch relaunched it s The nomination period will be open through July 9, after which Patch will create polls where readers can vote for best business in each category.
Dating/relationship blogger Meghann Novinskie talked about “First and foremost, take time to grieve your past relationship,” Novinskie said in her post. “Rushing back to dating after a short period of time can only lengthen your healing process.”