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USPS to continue move to West Hollywood, lease back retail facility on Maple The USPS has begun negotia- tion of the sale and lease-back of the Beverly Hills post office facil- ity at 325 North Maple Drive for retail services. "The Beverly Hills letter carri- ers will move to 820 San Vicente. The same letter carriers will be delivering the same route, but the letter cartier will pick up the mail at 820 San Vicente," said Richard Maher, US Postal Service Spokesperson for LA and Orange counties. "The Beverly Hills community would really not see any change. They'll still buy their stamps on Maple, and their mail will be USPSfacility at 325 Maple Drive delivered by the same carrier," Maher said. All 53 carrier routes that are based at Maple Drive will move to the West Hollywood location on San Vicente. The approval of the sale of the Maple Drive location with plans to lease a smaller facility for retail services was announced on October 30. Maher said the sale and lease-back of the facility on Maple is still in negotiation, and will not be finalized until next year. Blake Mirkin, the property's broker and Vice President of CBRE, did not return a phone call from the Weekly. L to R: Company seniors Charlotte Froyland, Paloma Bloch, Ariella Maman Beverly High Dance Company to perform Beverly High's advanced dance theatre group will perform January 15-18 in the K.L. Peters auditorium. The show features 12 pieces and 4 of them are choreographed by students (Paloma Bloch, Mia Bronson, Ariella Maman, Sydney Navid, Scout Sklarew, and Isaac Spector). Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for general admis- sion and can be bought at the door or on-line at Development Standards. "Across California, teachers and administrators are hard at work making this transition to modern new standards," Torlakson said. "With this framework, we're working to help guide that process, and I look forward to the public's feed- back." The public has until February 13, 2014, to review the ELA/ELD Framework, available in hard copy throughout the briefs cont. on page 4 of you're 45 or over, donors between the ages Program on weekdays. If your children or grandchildren in to register. and fast: participants only need to fill out a form Join our online more information, call (310) 887-0788. For J RESTAUR BAKERY [] December 19- December 25, 2013 Page 5