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Belmont

(bĕl`mŏnt). 1 City (1990 pop. 24,127), San Mateo co., W Calif., a residential suburb midway between San Francisco and San Jose; laid out 1851, inc. 1926. There is light manufacturing, and the College of Notre Dame (est. 1851) is there. 2 Town (1990 pop. 24,720), Middlesex co., E Mass., a residential suburb of Boston; settled 1636, inc. 1859.
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Liquidity support for Belmont CP is provided by transaction-specific liquidity asset purchase agreements (LAPAs).
Then they could've conducted the ultimate science experiment by finishing Belmont with the students serving as the guinea pigs.
However, school board member Jose Huizar, who represents the neighborhood surrounding Belmont, is not ready to give up.
The school board insists that it's learned the lessons of Belmont, that experts are now in charge, that the public's money won't be wasted or its children endangered again.
In his new position with Belmont Associates, Sullivan will work with the firm's client companies and individuals in developing and implementing executive benefits programs, estate plans, insurance plans, financial and retirement plans.
Romer is exploring whether Belmont can be salvaged, possibly in a new reconfiguration on the site, and at what cost.
Colleen Kelly's proven expertise in employee benefits and human resources are vital enhancements to the Belmont Associates Consultants team and our ongoing commitment to providing our clients with Total Quality Service in employee benefits, human resources, and financial services," said Thomas Belmont, Jr.
Actually, it was time for the LAUSD to cut its Belmont losses long ago, especially in 1999, when the school board scrapped the project for the first time.
The history of the Belmont Learning Center has been a roller-coaster ride.
Belmont National Bank also reported that the level of non-performing assets as of March 31, 2002 was $2,536,000 compared to $9,763,000 at March 31, 2001, a reduction of $7,227,000, or 74%.
A year and a half before ground was broken on Belmont, the district's own environmental consultant said in a December 1995 notice of preparation for an environment report that geological/seismic issues at Belmont needed to be investigated, characterizing them as ``significant'' conditions.