Walter Meyer, AIA, principal and co-founder of Meyer Architecture, has been chosen to serve as the sole architect of the seven-member Beverly Hills Architectural Commission, which is appointed by the City Council to make decisions regarding the aesthetics of development on all commercial and multi-family residential projects in the City.  The Commission serves as an advisory body to the City Council regarding the preservation of historic and cultural landmarks in the City, building design, and signage issues.  Walter will bring to the Commission his 30 years experience as an architect as well as his years of service as a former Planning Commissioner on the Community Action Planning Commission of the Los Angeles Third Council District from 2000 to 2002.

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