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briefs, s== brie[ .==== bllefs .w = hps lQrl 4 = Pl5  Sy Nges e-9 I I WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND? You can write us at: 140 South Beverly Drive #201 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 You can fax us at: 310.887.0789 email us at: SIJAPS:HOT I Read this issue on your smart phone by scanning the QR code. All you need is a QR scanner application. briefs 9900 Wilshire demolition phase scheduled to begin in summer 9900 Wilshire rendering Representatives for the 9900 Wilshire project gave a presentation at the Board of Education meeting Tuesday to address community concerns on the upcoming construction work projected to start in May. The 9.900 Wilshire project is located between The Beverly Hilton and the Los Angeles Country Club, with E1 Rodeo to the north and Beverly High to the south. The first stage includes construct- ing a 12-foot high fencing barrier along the project's perimeter that will remain standing throughout the construction. The fence is for safety and to minimize sound, according to Rudolph and Sletten President Martin Sisemore. A lighted, 5HE. 5AID ',/ES! Planning c_.ommisston Chair Brian Roenstein (left) and Brooke ilstein (right) annonceti er engagement on April 18. ilein was born anti raiseti in develanti, Ohio anti urrentl V resities in New x/0 Olx/. Her parent are carl anti Santira ilein. Page 2 Beverly Hills Weekly protective canopy will be along Santa Monica and Wilshire Boulevards. Rudolph and Sletten is the construc- tion manager and general contractor for the project, who also worked on Beverly High's Science and Technology Center and Beverly Vista's modernization proj- ect Once permits are approved, abatement, which is removing leftover harmful mate- rials such as asbestos and lead paint, of the Robinson's May building will occur at the same time the fence is being con- structed. The structure will be wrapped to contain any harmful materials and dust from contaminating the outside environ- ment, and a filtration system will be in place. Workers will be wearing protective gear. "The building itself is the envelope for the natural protection of the employees and the community," Sisemore said. The parking structure will be demol- ished while E1 Rodeo is out of school in early June. E1 Rodeo students will attend summer session on another BHUSD campus while sewer improvements are being done, according to Principal Kevin Painter. After the parking structure demolition and the abatement process is finished, the Robinson's May building will be demol- ished.-The demolition phase will be com- plete before El Rodeo returns to school session, according to Sisemore. "It's our obligation to make sure that all demolition work is completed within that briefs cont. on page 3 Issue 760 April 24, 2014 - April 30, 2014 Beverly Hills Weekly Inc. Founded: October7, 1999 Published Thursdays Delivered in Bevedy Hills, Bevedywood, Los Angeles ISSN#1528-851X Publisher & CEO  Josh E. Gross Reporter Nancy Yeang Sports Editor Steven Herbert Contributing Editor Rudy Cole (1925-2013) Advertising Representatives Jasmin Boodaie Legal Advertising Mike Saghiafl Eiman MatJa Mathew Mokhtarzadeh 140 South Beverly Drive #201 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 310.087.0788 phone 310.887.0789 fax CNPA Member All staff can be reached at: first name 1 year subscriptions are available. Sent via US Mail $75 payable in advance Adjudicated as a newspaper of general circulation for the County of Los Angeles. Case # BS065841 of the Los Angeles Superior Court, on November 30. 2000. I Unsolicited materials will not be returned. 02013 Bevedy Hills Weekly Inc. OUR DATA f,PEAKS VOLUMES