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Byline: Yvette Cabrera Daily News Staff Writer When members of the Community Police Advisory Board in the LAPD's Devonshire Division asked local teen-agers to paint the town, they meant it in the most literal sense.
Distinguished Advisory Board Will Oversee Ground-Breaking Approach to Unique Area of Appellate Practice PHILADELPHIA -- The Bernard G.
In remarks that were part tribute, part admonishment, Franz told those gathered for the Second Annual Police Advisory Board Summit that the Los Angeles Police Department "continues to be understaffed, and I'll weigh in with my two cents, underpaid.
the "Company") (NASDAQ:BHLB), the holding company for Berkshire Bank (the "Bank"), announced today that the Bank has established an advisory board for its New York Region, comprised of leaders from the Albany area's business, communications and education sectors.
The extensive knowledge of our technical advisory board and their active involvement adds considerably to that of our internal team," said Howard Bubb, Ambric CEO and chairman.
Working as an advisory board to the California Department of Food and Agriculture, BCMA brings together industry and government resources to increase the awareness, consumption and value of California agricultural products, helping the state's consumers enjoy the best of the California lifestyle.
The Advisory Board will provide feedback regarding product direction and discuss best practices related to the use of Paisley Consulting's risk management, compliance and audit software solutions.
NYSE:SFE), today announced the initial meeting of its newly formed Life Sciences Advisory Board providing access to a select group of individuals with a broad range of strategic and operational knowledge and diverse expertise to assist specialty pharmaceutical, biotech, diagnostics and medical device companies introduce new products and services to help optimize their operations and accelerate growth.