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programs, including those encouraging the development of affordable housing for senior and disabled persons, greater ability for homeowners to constuct second units,
changes to the City development standards for apartments and condominiums,
Beverly Hills Presents 2009-2010 Budget Outlook
of approximately $18 million due to recessionary impacts. In order to achieve a balanced budget for the fiscal year 2009-2010, the City is
several proposals to make budget reductions in operational and programmatic areas. The City’s budget
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/5092--Budget Process 2009 Update_FINAL.pdf
Try It, You'll Like It offer Returns to Beverly Hills
from Scottish line dancing to Zumba are available for adults, ages 18 and older. Seniors, ages 55 and above, can
one of 14 active adult or senior classes, including French for fun, yoga, acting, balance, dancing, stretching, and multi-media
Public Art Restoration Press Release - November 2012
locations for a future dog park in Beverly Hills. For more information on Beverly Hills parks please visit www.beverlyhills.org/
Farmers' Market Location Change Press Release - August 2012
www.beverlyhills.org/BHRegOnline to register for the class or visit the Farmers’ Market any Sunday, rain or shine.
the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market online at http://www.beverlyhills.org/attractions/market/default.asp or call 310-285-6830 for general information.
Recreation & Parks Winter Camps Press Release - December 2012
Community Center. The popular SmART Space Camp (ages 5-10) runs 12/26 – 12/28. Using the theme “Winter Wonderland,” campers will
the exciting world of creativity through painting, 3D sculpture, pastels, paper-mache, mask-making, mixed media,
Fun Winter Break Camps for Kids
for Beverly Hills residents and on Monday, December 22 nd for non-residents. To
a full listing of camps offered during the winter for boys and girls ages 5-14 years old, visit www.beverlyhills.org/bhreg or call (310) 285-6810.
Bicycle Feasibility Study Presentation 11-16-2011
route signage and “sharrow” roadway stripingy p g •
intersection treatments 13 Study Corridor: Charleville Blvd • Existing Roadway Characteristicsg y • 2-lane roadway • 35’ curb to curb width • Time limit
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/9841--Beverly Hills Bicycle Feasibility Study 11-16-2011.pdf
Bicycles Feasibility Study by Fehr & Peers 4-11-2012
within current roadway cross-section • Install bicycle route signage and “sharrow” roadway striping •
intersection treatments 15 Study Corridor: Charleville Blvd 16 Study Corridor: Charleville Blvd
met with our deferred compensation plan provider (ICMA-RC) to
defined contribution options not currently offered. 3. City goals were to cut costs, lower unfunded OPEB liabilities and change the benefits structure from a defined benefit
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