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Municipal Gallery

to the public free of charge. Contact Art & Cultural Events - Community Services at (310) 285-6830 for more information on upcoming events. Municipal Gallery Exhibition Selection Policy
December 17, 2013 Regular Meeting

this is an informational item only. The Commission is not required to approve this event, using the criteria of Fine Art Ordinance. Nor does this project need the approval of the City Risk Management team. Insurance for this installation
Teen Read Week

Teen Read Week Celebrate Teen Read Week with a ZOMBIE-LIOUS LIBRARY EVENT! Teens grades 6-12 only.
http://www.beverlyhills.org/event.jsp?eventid=0&title=Teen Read Week
FY 2015-16 Budget in Brief

system  Designated six new city landmarks for a total of 29 landmarks on the local register of historic places  Concluded centennial celebration year  Developed a business and strategic marketing plan for the future of Greystone  Completed
Historic Resources Inventory (1985-1986)

and document the City’s rich ar chitectural heritage. In 1975, acknowledging that there had been no program to. identify structures of historic importance, the duties of the City’s Ar- chitectural Commission were expanded to include advising the City Council
June 17, 2010

wishing to do more, the Commission was happy with what it had accomplished over the past year. Tab 5. COMMUNITY OUTREACH AD HOC RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DIVERSITY: Commission discussed its options for the next step of diversity training. The Commission
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/7316--HRC Minutes 6 17 10.pdf
FY 2006-07 Budget

Intergovernmental Revenues Use of Money and Property FarmersMarket Concessions Interest Earned Franchise Electric Oil Royalties City Owned Property Lease Income City facilities Rental Income Charges for Current Services Special Events Fees
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/2636--FY 2006-07 Budget.pdf
2006-07 2nd Quarter Status Report

are being allocated to projects and initiatives that are aligned with what the City Council has designated as major priorities for the City. The five overriding themes/goals with total number of Work Plan Initiatives and percentage of Initiatives associated
2006-07 3rd Quarter Status Report

plays a significant role in attracting new businesses as well as local and more distant visitors to the City. Recent efforts in this area over the past quarter include: • Updating of City Council Policy and Operations Manual—100% completed
2006-07 1st Quarter Status Report

visitors to the City. Recent efforts that have been initiated in this area over the past quarter include: • Development of a strategic Communications Plan—40% complete • Development of economic marketing collateral and data— 10% complete • Enhanced
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