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RFP Document

 The proposer or any principal thereof has ever received a notice of default on an agreement related to delivery of taxi service. For each disclosure, full details must be provided, including the person(s) involved, jurisdictions, dates, nature
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/1967224105935247127/BHTaxicabFranchiseRFP52814.pdf
Commission Handbook

on January 28, 1914. The new City of Beverly Hills became synonymous with glamour as early as 1919, when actors Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford took up residence in “Pickfair.” A large migration of motion picture industry people attracted
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/10252339431390288950/CommissionerHandbookFINALneworgchart26-11-14.pdf
Beverly Hills Women's Club Historic Assessment Report

OF HISTORIC PLACES CONTINUATION SHEET Section 8 Page 3 Beverly Hills Women's Club Los Angeles County, California Hotel, Margaret Anderson, developed the famed Beverly Hills Hotel to attract a wealthy out-of-state clientele. This institution, designed
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/12915605441450492091/BeverlyHillsWomen'sClub.pdf
Strategic Plan Vol. 3

Because of Beverly Hills' special business culture, history and geographic setting, the City attracts thousands of tourists year round. The City contains 5.5 square miles including developed areas and open spaces. The January 2010 population,
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/1700900012193066984/Vol.3.pdf
Historic Resources Inventory (1985-1986)

and community design features of particular architectural histori cal or cultural importance to the City and to make this information available to the community. The City’s thoughtful city plan, laid out in 1906 by Wilbur Cook, Jr., its attractive streets,
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/6333100111590038901/HistoricResourcesInventory(1985-1986).pdf
Staff Report - 1/29/2014 Public Hearing

and high-paying jobs. • Policy ES 1.5 Attract New Business and Industries. Consistent with future economic sustainability plans, encourage and attract new businesses in existing industries and new industries to locate and expand within the City in order
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/15491436736097982/VendomeStaffReport-1-29-2014.pdf
FY 2005-06 Budget

objective. Over the last few years, Beverly Hills has become the home of many entertainment industry headquarters, especially in the music recording field. The City has also attracted the most prestigious art galleries in the country, and all
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/2507--FY 2005-06 Budget.pdf
Matrix Study of the Community Development Department

development dollars, more efficient permit processes can attract investment from other areas; • Accelerating permit processes can permanently increase local government revenues; • Increased construction spending provides broader economic benefits;
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/4628--Beverly Hills CDD Final Draft Report.pdf
FY2013/14 Proposed - Department Pages

Capital Assets and Housing City Council and Administrative Support Intergovernmental Relations Citywide Governance (Health and Safety Commission) Tourism and Marketing Business Attraction Business Retention and Expansion
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/2823104561107892015/DepartmentPages.pdf
TAB 2 - Tory Burch

of the pedestrian-oriented retail shopping areas, which are typified by a variety of retail shops with displays to attract and hold the interest of pedestrian shoppers, to ensure the continuity of the pedestrian experience.  Policy LU 15.1 Economic Vitality and Business
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/503711412342292992/TAB2-ToryBurch.pdf
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