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Beverly Hills Mayor Talks City's Centennial

Mayor John Mirisch But in many ways its a community, like a small town or village, which made it very special growing up. John Mirischs now 6-year-old son, Vin, joined him for his swearing in as mayor last March. Beverly http://www.iamsport.org/pg/blog/barrettiync Hills doesnt directly elect its mayor. Rather, the city council is elected and then the mayor is chosen on a rotating basis. In the past, Mirisch had been a member of the council and had served as vice mayor after spending years working in film distribution in Sweden and Austria. He holds the distinction of being both a Swedish and American citizen, and is the first Swedish national to serve as mayor of Beverly Hills (of course). His passions are easy to decipher. He adores the new Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts , housed in the old post office building former honorary Mayor Will Rogers once urged the city to build.
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