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FY 2013-14 Operating Budget

found in modern urban centers. Beverly Hills is blessed by a healthy business community. Revenues generated from the business sector represent about 65-80% of total General Fund revenues. This allows the City to provide residents with the finest
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FY 2005-06 Budget

offer us the most potential savings from cost efficiency analysis. The Information Technology Fund has been one of our fastest growing budget areas, reflecting our need to upgrade operations for the future. With much help from the Technology
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/2507--FY 2005-06 Budget.pdf
Attachment I : Section 5- Scope of Work

upgrades to its Television Production System relating to the Council Chambers, Room A and Control Room. The general overall scope of work, to be detailed further on in this document is: Council Chambers: Replace/upgrade video distribution system from
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Beverly Hills Water Treatment Plant No.1 Historic Assessment Report

trail  and  campsite,  which  was  located  in  this  general vicinity.  PROPERTY DESCRIPTION AND CONSTRUCTION HISTORY  Description.  Constructed  in  1927‐1928,  the  Beverly  Hills Water  Treatment  Plant  No.  1  is  a 
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Housing Element Appendix B

and requiring review periods prior to approval of a project. Local land use regulations can also help to define residential character and facilitate housing production. It is important to recognize that the goal of producing housing may at times conflict
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FY 2011-12 Budget

to the Infrastructure, Capital Asset, and Information Technology Funds helps to support critical projects in the 5-year CIP. Major capital initiatives for the coming year include installation of traffic signals for signal synchronization, improvement of Santa Monica
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/9588--FY 2011-12 Adopted Budget - RGB format for web.pdf
CAFR 2011

projects. A $8.5 million General Fund contribution to the Infrastructure, Information Technology, and Capital Asset Funds helps to support critical projects in the 5-year CIP. Major capital initiatives for the coming year include: installation
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/9987--CAFR 2011.pdf
Urban Water Management Plan 2010

additional oversight of the Basin's groundwater quality and help monitor contaminant levels. The key characteristics of the Hollywood Subbasin are summarized below in Table 2.2: Table 2.2 Hollywood Subbasin Summary of Characteristics Item Amount Max.
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/9152--Urban Water Management Plan 2010_8-30-11.pdf
Addendum #2- Revised Drawings (1 of 2)

Products Models ICE120-S and ICE125-S single cartridge water fi ltration systems help provide consistent high quality water for commercial ice by re- ducing the effects of sediment and chlorine taste and odor at fl ow rates up to 1.5 gpm (5.7 lpm).
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/9636--Revised Sheets.pdf
FY 2008-09 Budget

revenues are projected to be $172.2 million for FY 2008/09, a 2.9% increase from FY 2007/08 year end projection of $167.3 million. In an effort to help the Parking Enterprise Fund (81) due to a change in our free parking policies, for FY 2008/09 staff
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/3732--Budget Document - Volume 1.pdf
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