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October 6, 1994

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P.oE 4 I BEVERLY HILLS NEWS Neighbors complain of demolished building along S. Reeves Drive the past two weeks, Olga Graham has complaining to the Bevedy Hills ilding and fire departments about the half torn down apartment building next to her S. Reeves Drive home. "It's unbelievable that Bevedy Hills would allow anything like this," she said of the unsightly pile of lumber piled up to a height of nearly two stories. "On the front, back and sk,  a p ot woed...,  jt casually walked by and dropped a match, the whole street would go up in flames." "Some of my friends who've dropped by said they can't believe this is Beverly Hills," Graham added. "Were taken a lot of calls from neighbors," Residents have been complaining for the past two weeks about this half-demolished building in the 100 block of S. Reeves Drive. 6 - 12, 1994 said Chief Building Inspector George Chavez. tion will beg =We've been working with the contractor to try N this to persuade him to get the site in order." the According to Chavez, building officials have been given assurances that the remain- "It der of the building will be tom down within a week. After demolition is completed, excava- move Museum described as 'creative community D e it as a place 'lhem the creative community will congre- the gate," the president of the Museum of Television and Radio presented designs for a west coast branch of the museum to the Beverly Hills Planning Com last week.  The proposed museum at 469 N. Bev- edy Dr. will be a statement of "quality and taste," Robert M. Batscha told the tional commission, Officials with the museum are seeking tion, a conditiord use permit, development Police find alleged burg ar victim knew she'd been n this case police solved the burglary before the victim knew she'd been robbed. Bever- ly Hills Police Officers Kevin Bemey and Will Howard were patrolling in the 100 block of N. Gale Drive shortly before 4 a.m. last Thursday when they spotted a car without its lights on backing up along the curb to a driveway and then tuming around. Upon motorist ident" without found tWO etand conrxJ Serving the community THE OLDEST HOMEO] IN BEVERLY A dedicated staff to provide traditional & homeopathic Many Insurance Plans Delivery Charge 9730 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA (310) 276-1057