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Monthly Report April 2014

FOR COMPLETION BY END OF FY AM RADIO FULLY FUNCTIONAL VIA IT MULTIMEDIA SERVICES. MIGRATE TELEPHONE NOTIFICATION SYSTEM OVER TO NEW PLATFORM 100% ON TARGET FOR COMPLETION BY END OF FY ALL CONTACT DATA SUCCESSFULLY MIGRATED. DATA IS LIVE AND FULLY FUNCTIONAL.
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/12043689851999593606/2014-04MonthlyReport.pdf
Monthly Report March 2014

BEVERLY HILLS POLICE DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT MARCH 2014 David L. Snowden Chief of Police 9%5,509 FIELD STATISTICS 911 CALLS RECEIVED RESPONSE TIME TO EMERGENCY CALLS COMMUNITY GENERATED CALLS FOR SERVICE 2,622 2.5 2,177 % CHANGEYTD%
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/962857031161594081/2014-03MonthlyReport.pdf
July 2 Regional Projects Report

provided a list of potential issues to be studied including aesthetics; air quality; circulation impacts, both during emergencies as well as day-to-day effects; neighborhood traffic impacts, and recreation & public services; and noise. 0 Century City
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/6961944401577323558/2013-07-02Signedreport.pdf
Monthly Report December 2013

BEVERLY HILLS POLICE DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT DECEMBER 2013 David L. Snowden Chief of Police N/AN/A FIELD STATISTICS 911 CALLS RECEIVED RESPONSE TIME TO EMERGENCY CALLS COMMUNITY GENERATED CALLS FOR SERVICE 2,120 2.3 1,990 % CHANGEYTD%
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/2591703711077771740/2013-12MonthlyReport.pdf
Monthly Report February 2014

BEVERLY HILLS POLICE DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT FEBRUARY 2014 David L. Snowden Chief of Police 7%3,570 FIELD STATISTICS 911 CALLS RECEIVED RESPONSE TIME TO EMERGENCY CALLS COMMUNITY GENERATED CALLS FOR SERVICE 2,182 2.3 1,795 % CHANGEYTD%
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/1729616336165347090/2014-02MonthlyReport.pdf
Ready Set Go Brochure

that are in compliance with defensible space requirements or a fuel modification program and have been hardened in accordance with Chapter 7A of the California Building Code. Zone A • Property owned and maintained • 30 feet wide and on level ground,
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/1637455768949471125/Ready Set Go Brochure 2010 rev4.pdf
Brush Clearance Brochure

procedures: ■ During the annual Brush Clearance Inspection process, if the property is cited for noncompliance, the property owner must abate the hazard within 15 days as provided by the Los Angeles Municipal Code, Sections 57.21 et seq.
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/168441310326448899/brushclearancebrochure2014.pdf
TAB 5 - Current Cases

Plan Amendment and an Overlay Zone are proposed to allow the building height to exceed code requirements (maximum 55 feet allowed on the site closest to Wilshire and 45- feet allowed elsewhere on the site). The Overlay Zone would also allow
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/5331624641501006351/TAB5-CurrentCases.pdf
Addendum 1 to Bid 13-17

Existing control system programming code files will be made available to the awarded bidder with no warranty that the files can be used for the new programming. There is no operations manual; however there are screen shots of the existing staff desk
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/193165314938713936/ADDENDUM-1_BidNo.13-17.pdf
Trousdale Area Traffic Safety - Public Draft Report

are driving at or below this speed. The 85th percentile speed is used to establish speed limits per the California Vehicle Code. The results are shown on Figure 4 and in Table 1 that follows. Trousdale Area Traffic Safety June 2014
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/19006694436391476/TrousdaleDraftReport.pdf
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