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Beverly Hills This Week - 10/24/2014
Stories for the October 24th edition: 1. THE BEVERLY HILLS ART SHOW 2. HEALTHY CITY LUNCH SERIES PRESENTS: "
A PREPARED COMMUNITY" 3. SUPPORTING BULLY PREVENTION 4. CENTENNIAL TREE & ROSE VOLUNTEER COMMITTEE HONORED BY CITY COUNCIL
and construction began on the first school in the district in spring of 1914. In 1928, the original
was razed and the current quadrangle was built.
A-0-0_Cover Sheet A-0-1_Project Data, Site Plan A-0-2_General Notes & City Standard Forms A-0-3_Green
List A-0-4_ADA Notes A-0-5_ADA Notes A-1-0_Demo Plan A-1-1_Proposed site Plan A-2-1_Proposed Floor
is dominated by an eight-story tower, which represents commerce. But the beauty of the
, with its tiled dome and gilded cupola, soon transcended the typical government
and has become a beloved local landmark. After 50 years of service, City
It's a Wonderful City
to expand his offices in the business area and learns the importance of the
permit process and architectural and design review commissions. Be careful what you wish for George!
Historic Plaques Program
Register of Historic Properties, are eligible to apply for a Beverly Hills Historic Property Plaque. The Plaque is to be placed on the exterior façade of the
or at the front of the property to acknowledge the date when the resource was constructed
Solar Energy Project
of the Civic Center
and provide energy for the Library. You can view the minute-by-minute energy use at http://datareadings.com/client/moduleSystem/Kiosk/site/bin/kiosk.cfm?k=L7TMUuVa
FAQ - Where do I pick up the permit once my project is approved?
Once you receive a letter from the planning department stating that the project has either been approved or conditionally approved, you can pick up the permit from the
and Safety Department located at 455 N Rexford Drive. The Open-air
Addendum #6- Revised Appendix
Manager does not constitute approval by the City’s Department of Community
and Safety Division. The City’s Project Manager shall represent the “owner”. 3.9 Field Orders may be issued by the City, or by the Architect
Greystone Mansion Historic Assessment Report
that land to Paul Trousdale who developed it as the Trousdale Estates. The remaining 18.3 acres of land, including Greystone Mansion, were sold in 1955 to Henry Crown, a Midwest millionaire who at the time owned the Empire State
. He never
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