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Beverly Hilton Specific Plan

of a Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control license. • Art shop or gallery. • Barber shop. • Beauty salon. • Bookstore. • Business/conference center. • Car rental office. • Clothing and shoe stores. • Day spa. • Decorating or interior design shop.
Draft Environmental Impact Report for the 9265-9269 Burton Way Condominium Project

City of Beverly Hills 9265 Burton Way Condominium Project Draft Environmental Impact Report SCH# 2013021055 April 2013 9265 Burton Way Condominium Project Draft Environmental Impact
Consumer Confidence Report 2011

provider, we work to control costs by eliminating leaks in the treatment and distribution systems. Leaks inside homes and businesses are the responsibility of the property owner. Leaks waste large amounts of water. A toilet that “keeps running”
Consumer Confidence Report 2008

agencies. Stage B calls for a citywide, mandatory 10 percent reduction in potable water use. The Ordinance recommends conservation measures to be practiced by residents, visitors and businesses with fines imposed for violations. A water surcharge
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/5617--2008 Consumer Confidence Report.pdf
FY2014-15 Supplemental Information - Proposed

139,971,839 28,454,620 301,034,362 437,131,291 Fiscal Year Revenue Bonds Governmental Activities Business-type Activities Total Note Payable Governmental Activities SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION SUP - 23 Employee Benefits Retirement Benefits Through two
FY2014-15 Budget Summaries - Proposed

Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) 29,789,182 31,085,808 32,063,000 34,050,000 35,500,000 Business Tax 37,011,600 37,773,711 37,900,000 39,700,000 40,300,000 Other Taxes 1,032,401
Trousdale Area Traffic Safety - Public Draft Report

allowed during designated time periods (i.e.- peak hours) • Applicants who request a waiver must obtain written approval from property and business owners as deemed necessary by agency. • Closing a lane in residential areas requires solar flashing
Consumer Confidence Report 2006

and businesses to conserve water. The City takes an active part in water conservation by offering an appliance rebate program. Details of the rebate program are available at the Public Works Building at 345 Foothill Rd., by calling (310) 285-2467 or from
Form 460, Preelection Statement 01/20/2013 - 02/16/2013

NUMBER) CODE * AND EMPLOYER (IF SELF-EMPLOYED, RECEIVED THIS DATE CALENDAR DATE (IF REQUIRED) ETNER NAME OF BUSINESS) PERIOD YEAR (JAN. 1 - DEC. 31) First Name Last Name Address Occupation Employer (If Applic.) 2/12/13 Debbie Tibey 3128 Los Verdes Dr.,
Bid- STL Landscape

in November 2010 with the goals of using their vast experience and knowledge to not only benefit the municipalities of Southern California, but themselves. In its three years of business, STL has successfully completed over $10 million dollars in contracts
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