Josh Flagg is adding yet another title to his long and already impressive resume. The Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles cast member has officially been sworn in as the new commissioner of Beverly Hill’s Cultural Heritage Commission, which works to preserve and safeguard historic properties throughout the city.
Josh, who is considered to be a leading expert of historical homes in Beverly Hills, took to Instagram to share the announcement on July 3, posting an article from the Beverly Hills Courier confirming his new role.
“Very honored to step in and take Noah Furie’s place as commissioner,” he wrote in the caption of the post. “Thank you Noah for all your years of hard work! I have very big shoes to fill.”
Josh was sworn in as a city commissioner on July 8, which was streamed on Beverly Hill’s city website and its local news channel.
For Josh, his new gig as commissioner is a natural stepping stone, given his lifelong passion for historical architecture and design. The real estate broker has also frequently put his dedication to Beverly Hills on display. Earlier this year, he paid a visit to the city’s mayor, capturing the special moment on Instagram.
"Having lunch in the Mayor of Beverly Hills’ office this afternoon. It is so impressive to see how much work is put into this position," he wrote at the time. "It’s truly so impressive to see a desk stacked with papers and the residents of Beverly Hills should know this is not an easy job and entails so much commitment. I was truly impressed and honored to sit in there. Beverly Hills is Beverly Hills for a reason!"
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