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Program Policy 2014

collections by helping to meet the educational, informational, recreational, and cultural needs of our diverse community. Programs may be ongoing, a series, or a one-time event. Library programs benefit the community by introducing users and potential
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/11268069471291830054/Policy_Program_2014.pdf
Helpful Links

Helping Children Cope with Disaster http://www.ready.gov/coping-with-disaster FEMA Family Communications Plan http://www.ready.gov/emergency-planning-checklists FEMA for Kids http://www.fema.gov/kids/ Department of Homeland Security Ready Kids
http://www.beverlyhills.org/living/emergencymanagement/helpfullinks
Website Policies

the addresses to help diagnose problems with the server and to compile statistics on usage. The City does not retain IP addresses in the ordinary course of business. Some sections of this site may use cookies to collect information for statistical purposes
http://www.beverlyhills.org/onlineservices/websitepolicies
Your Event at Greystone

and caterers. We listen to your needs to help you execute your vision. you're in good company Greystone has hosted Dreamworks, BAFTA, The Democratic National Committee, the Los Angeles Food Bank, The Beverly Hills Bar Association, LAX Art, The Institute
http://www.beverlyhills.org/exploring/greystoneparkmansion/youreventatgreystone
Fire & Life Safety Inspections

that visit and live in Beverly Hills. Additionally, Beverly Hills is one of only sixty cities in the country that enjoys a Class One rating from the Insurance Services Office, which helps to establish lower property insurance costs for the residents
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/departments/firedepartment/firepreventionbureau/firelifesafetyinspections
2013 Historic Resources Survey FAQs

/historicpreservation/l ocalregisterofhistoricproperties/ How will the survey results be used? Survey results will be used in a variety of ways. They provide an important planning tool for various City agencies and departments, and can help inform zoning
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/8236287851563212562/CitywideHistoricSurveyFAQs.pdf
2013-12-10 Blue Ribbon Committee Meeting Notes

path on Santa Monica Blvd is a bad idea. Repairs to pavement and drainage are needed.  Jim Pocrass - Bike Accident attorney. Can provide help where needed. o Bike Lanes reduce accidents o Federal funding is available for bike lanes.  Albert
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/1107242716996620838/12-10-13Notes.pdf
Mayors Cabinet Meeting Highlights - October 7, 2013

The mayor asked the Cultural Heritage Commission to consider working with resident and documentarian Phil Savenick to help develop a visual archive of the City by collecting and creating video footage about Beverly Hills history. In upcoming items
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/1744624218838777778/MayorsCabinetMeetingOctober-2013.pdf
Draft 2014-2021 Housing Element Appendix D

Objective (Actual) Conservation Objective (Actual) Total 554(287) 220 (139) 150 (150) Rehabilitation of the existing housing stock helps preserve the quality of neighborhoods and housing. The City continues to fund the Handyworker program, which
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/19425091561586799900/2014-2021HEAppendixDReviewofPastAccomplishmentsHCDclean.pdf
Mayor's Cabinet Meeting Highlights - Tuesday, August 5, 2013

include the entire City, rather than just homes south of Sunset, but there are issues with staff resources. The Planning Commission’s R1 Residential Task Force will help define additional tools that can be used to control the bulk and mass
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/961117145821570817/MayorsCabinetMeetingAugust-2013.pdf
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