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EOP 2013 Management Section

and coordinate VIP tours with the PIO, Police Department, Director of Emergency Services (EOC Director), and/or City Council. Contact representatives from organizations, agencies etc. to determine level of damage to facilities, ability to do business
CIP Report

of the City, as shown in Exhibit B. See the table for Project 01-000 and Exhibits 1A-1C for the project facilities and locations. 1.6.2 CCTV Area 2 Improvement Projects This project includes the rehabilitation and replacement of selected sewer
FY 2014-15 Budget In Brief

improvements in parking facilities. Overall, the General Fund will provide net transfers of about $9 million to fund: the payment of infrastructure fund debt service, $5 million for Capital Improvement Program, and a $2.6 million subsidy for the Clean Water
Greystone Rehab Appendices F and G

Section 08800 - Glazing: Glass for doors and borrowed lites. C. Section 09900 - Paints and Coatings: Field painting. 1.03 REFERENCES A. ANSI/ICC A117.1 - American National Standard for Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities; International Code
Department Pages FY2016-17

by outside parties that damage City facilities. 46000602 Implement possible safety incentives program for the City of Beverly Hills. 48000605 Investigate a new liability claims tracking software for possible replacement of existing software.
FY 2011-12 Combined Budget and CIP

years for water. The Parking Enterprise Fund has been running a deficit in order to continue to offer two hours of free parking at most City facilities. The costs of the City’s Alternative Retiree Medical Program were not considered in any
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/9452--BH Budget and CIP.pdf
CAFR 2005

for the City’s vehicle repair shop and several other repair facilities. When completed, this facility will centralize several of the City’s Public Works divisions currently located in several older facilities. Demolition of these older facilities has been
Proposed Annual Budget for Fiscal Year 2012/13

 Parking Operations Fund (81) – This fund accounts for the City’s parking operations. The City provides parking operations as a contractor to the Parking Authority. Most of the City’s parking facilities, including parking meters were transferred
Discontinuation of Uses

facilities • Private training centers over 2,000 square • Mini shopping centers feet of floor area. Examples of uses that are conditionally permitted in residential areas of the City include: • Educational institutions • Childcare uses • Museums • Senior
Proposed FY2013/14 - Introduction

provides parking operations as a contractor to the Parking Authority. Most of the City’s parking facilities, including parking meters were transferred to the Parking Authority in FY 2011/12. The City retains the Civic Center parking facility
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