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2007-08 2nd Quarter Status Report

and support groups); and close to 5,700 seniors enrolled in weekly classes. The high standard of service that characterizes the City of Beverly Hills cannot be maintained without constant – and conscious – effort. A glance through this report provides
2006-07 1st Quarter Status Report

25%5Beverly Hills Innovation Group Representation/Coordination 2 4800406 Administrative Staff SupportProgram: 412 On-Going 25%4Standard Operating Procedures 2 413 On-Going 25%4Administrative Support for Department 2 414 6/30/2007 50%4Administrative
2007-08 4th Quarter Status Report - Volume I

of this City. In closing, I would like to formally thank the City Council for its support and leadership. The organizational goals put forth by this dedicated group have been of immeasurable assistance in keeping us focused on the tasks ahead, as we worked
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/3962--07-08 4th Qtr Volume 1 8.13.08.pdf
Hawthorne Afterschool Classes

Knights to explore and defend their perilous and unpredictable world in the clouds. As the King’s newest group of Knights, it will be your duty to go on weekly adventures in service of the needs of Skyland. The King will recognize one Knight each week
Addendum #6

the countertops to be by CesarStone color group: light brown or approved equal RFI #71 Floor finish at Stair #4 to be exposed concrete. RFI #72 Contractor to provide structural backing and conduit etc for scoreboard per drawings. Scoreboard to be furnished
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/9777--11-14-11 Addendum No 6 (2).pdf
Beverly Hills Women's Club Historic Assessment Report

members formed various study groups encompassing a Needlework Guild (which produced garments for destitute women and children), a Drama Section, an Art Committee, the Applied Psychology Section ("organized to meet the need created by the world
4-17-13 AC Minutes

Gordon, Associate Planner Applicant: John Hays, Swatch Group US Public Input: None. Page 13 of 15 Architectural Commission Meeting Minutes April 17, 2013 Motion: Motion by Chair Rubins, Second by Commissioner Gardner Apatow to approve the resolution
ARMP Presentation

healthcare program description • CalPERS health program • 10 bargaining groups, each w/ tiered benefit structures • Fixed dollar benefits and varying premium coverage  ARMP - employee option to convert Defined Benefit (DB) to Defined Contribution (DC)
Tab 10 - Parade and Sound Information (BH Municipal Code)

equipment in conjunction with a parade or assembly without a permit issued under article 5 of this chapter. (1962 Code § 4-9.01 et seq.) 4-3-202: DEFINITIONS: ASSEMBLY: Any meeting, demonstration, picket line, rally, gathering, or group of twenty five
Bid- Pacific Waterproofing

Toll-Free 1-800-876-6827 NAS SURETY GROUP ~‘OFRCIALSEAj. DONNA D. SKLENS Notazy Public. State of Illinois My Commission Expiies 10106/2015 Donna D. Skiens, Notary Public NORTH AMEPJCAN SPECIALTY iNSURANCE COM1~NY Bond No. PACWA-ll WASHINGTON
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