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I need spectrum cable at every location of my business if possible

 

Also I need premium service all the bells and whistle at 5800 Wellington drive apartment 10-205

Spectrum here in Austin cut off my cable bill

 

I need medical insurance for all my employees

 

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License Type:

SALESPERSON

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President Margulies and Members of the WLAAPC

April 20, 2017

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Zone RE20-1-H

Mailing Address:

9454 WILSHIRE BLVD

4TH FLOOR

BEVERLY HILLS, CA 90212

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License ID:

01418980

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Expiration Date:

02/26/24

283134 Danny Waters 1203 Kenwood Avenue

License Status:

LICENSED

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Salesperson License Issued:

02/27/04

Zone RE20-1-H

012965224

0141898

| MLS #22-116223

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944 Airole Way, Los Angeles, CA 90077

944 Airole Way, Los Angeles, CA 90077

34°05'17.4"N 118°27'05.1"W

Zone RE20-1-H

See if this is what the problem is this could be the problem you have to change some things around

https://nces.ed.gov/ccd/schoolsearch/school_detail.asp?ID=402277001177

Owners: ☐ Within a 100-Foot Radius And Occupants: ☐ Within a 100-Foot Radius

BOARD FILE: 130109

C.D.: 5

 Within a 500-Foot Radius  Within a 500-Foot Radius

Simplifying 13x + 125 = 944 Reorder the terms: 125 + 13x = 944 Solving 125 + 13x = 944 Solving for variable 'x'. Move all terms containing x to the left, all other terms to the right. Add '-125' to each side of the equation. 125 + -125 + 13x = 944 + -125 Combine like terms: 125 + -125 = 0 0 + 13x = 944 + -125 13x = 944 + -125 Combine like terms: 944 + -125 = 819 13x = 819 Divide each side by '13'. x = 63 Simplifying x = 63

 

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| 9x+3=12x | | x^2+y^2+4y+4=9 | | x^2+v^2+4y+4=9 | | 2x+x=441 | | (3x*2+5x+1)-(3x*2+4)=7x+10 | | 15=5+9p-4p | | y(y-9)(y-6)= | | .16x-1=.5(x+5) | | x^3+2x^2-3x+2= | | 15-b=23 | | 2x=441 | | 4y=4y+40 | | 6m-4m+8=34 | | 6+4x=2(2+3x) | | 7a-6=29 | | 6(x-4)+10=28 | | -2z-7=23 | | 6x+5y+2=0 | | 1.5r=(-5.07) | | 6x+2y+2=0 | | -2x+y+6-(-8x)-7y+(-11)= | | -32-7=23 | | -30-6=b-6+11b | | x+6=30 | | 15+.50c=25+.25c | | -3a(7b+13)= | | (6x*2+3x+1)-(6x*2+3)=7x+15 | | 3x=1000 | | 12=0.9x | | -3a(7a+13)= | | 6a+5=17 | | 15+.50=25+.2c

 

 

2x-2=8 x-3=5 3x+2=18 2x+10=12 6x-2=14 3x=12 4x-2=12 9x-3=6 12+x=5 x+8=13 all equations

 

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☐ Abutting a Proposed Development Site And:  Interested Parties/Others

 

This notice is sent to you because you own property or are an occupant residing near a site for which an appeal from a 

 

Department action was filed with the Department of City Planning. All interested persons are invited to attend the public 

 

hearing where you may listen, ask questions, and/or present testimony regarding the project. The environmental document, 

 

if applicable, will be among the matters considered at the hearing. The decision-maker may consider all the testimony 

 

presented at the hearing, written communications received prior to or at the hearing, and the merits of the project as it 

 

relates to existing environmental and land use regulations. Please note that your attendance at the hearing is optional.

CASE NO. ZA 2015-4727(ZV)

Project Site: 944 North Airole Way

 

Case No.: ZA-2015-4727-ZV-1A Council No: 5 - Koretz

Zone RE20-1-H

CEQA No.: ENV-2015-1578-MND Plan Area: Bel Air-Beverly Crest

 

Hearing Held By: West Los Angeles Area Planning Commission Zone RE20-1-H-HCR

 

Date: July 5, 2017 Plan Area: Bel Air - Beverly Crest

 

Time After 4:30 p.m. Plan Overlay:

ASE NO.

ENV-2013-1578-MND AA 2013

Land Use:

 

Hillside Area

 

Place: Henry Medina West LA Very Low I Residential

 

Parking Enforcement Facility

 

2nd Floor, Roll Call Room

 

11214 West Exposition Blvd.

 

Los Angeles, CA 90064

 

Applicant: Nile Niami, Crestlloyd, LLC

 

Representative: Ben Resnick/Daniel Freedman 

Zone RE20-1-H

of JMBM

TRACT:

BLOCK:

TR 22727 / 9745

-/3

LOT: I, 2 / 3

Staff Contact: Harold Arrivillaga, Commission Executive 

 

Assistant

 

200 N. Spring St., Room 532

 

Los Angeles, CA 90012

 

[email protected]

 

(213) 978-1300

 

Appellant: Nile Niami, Crestlloyd, LLC

 

Representative: Ben Resnick/Daniel Freedman 

BOARD FILE: 130109

C.D.: 5

of JMBM

 

PROPOSED PROJECT:

 

The construction of a second indoor kitchen and the construction of an outdoor kitchen for a single-family dwelling in the 

 

RE20-1-H-HCR.

Base Fee j"7 7'b 1 _ (LO Reviewed and Accepted by

[Project Planner]

Date

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Receii,t No.

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APPEAL:

 

An appeal, in part, of the Zoning Administrator’s determination to deny a variance from Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC) 

CASE NO. ZA 2015-4727(ZV)

Section 12.07.01-A,1 to permit a second kitchen in a single-family dwelling in the RE20-1-H-HCR Zone. 

CASE NO. ZA 2015-4727(ZV)

A Mitigated Negative Declaration, ENV-2013-1578-MND, has been prepared for the project.

D. M. 144B149

_0417344 •ABORMLS #1720300 • ..___________________________

ASE NO.

ENV-2013-1578-MND AA 2013

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CEQA No.: ENV-2015-1578-MND

Henry Medina West LA Very Low I Residential

Parking Enforcement Facility

2nd Floor, Roll Call Room

11214 West Exposition Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90064

Applicant: Nile Niami, Crestlloyd, LLC

Representative: Ben Resnick/Daniel Freedman

of JMBM

Staff Contact: Harold Arrivillaga, Commission Executive

Assistant

200 N. Spring St., Room 532

Los Angeles, CA 90012

[email protected]

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CASE NO. ZA 2015-4727(ZV)

D. M. 144B149

Subject Property

Permit No. 13010-30001-01330 - On April 9, 2014, the Department of Building and

Safety issued a supplemental to permit #13010-30000-01330 to change use from

single family dwelling to new Accessory Living Quarters.

Permit No. 13047-30000-00520- On March 26, 2014, the Department of Building

and Safety issued a permit for a new 63'8" x 121'4" swimming pool adjacent to

dwelling at south side of property.

Permit No. 13047-30000-00644- On March 26, 2014, the Department of Building

and Safety issued a permit for a new 72'2" x 148'10" swimming pool and spa

adjacent to accessory living quarters at north side of property.

Permit No. 13047-30000-00645- On March 26, 2014, the Department of Building

and Safety issued a permit for a new 26'3" x 55'8" swimming pool at 2nd floor roof

deck of dwelling at south side of property.

Permit No. 13020-30000-01077 - On March 26, 2014, the Department of Building

and Safety issued a permit for a new 1 O' height site retaining wall at northern part of

property.

Permit No. 13010-30000-01329 - On March 26, 2014, the Department of Building

and Safety issued a permit for a new 50'8" x 98' 1" irr one story, type VB, accessory

living quarters with att deck.

Permit No. 13010-30000-01330 - On March 26, 2014, the Department of Building

and Safety issued a permit for a new 113'8" x 133'7" irr two (2) story, type VB, single

family dwelling with 2nd story deck and swimming pool.

Permit No. 13010-30000-01331 - On March 26, 2014, the Department of Building

and Safety issued a permit for a new two story, type V-B, single family dwelling over

basement with attached 5-car garage.

Permit No. 13047-30000-01419- On March 26, 2014, the Department of Building

and Safety issued a permit for a new 28'8" x 47'3" swimming pool at 2nd floor of

single family dwelling adjacent to master bedroom.

Permit No. 13047-30000-01420- On March 26, 2014, the Department of Building

and Safety issued a permit for a new 16' x 62' swimming pool at basement of single

family dwelling.

Permit No. 13010-30000-02338 - On March 26, 2014, the Department of Building

and Safety issued a permit for a new 112' x 120' trellis.

Permit No. 13010-30000-02339 - On March 26, 2014, the Department of Building

and Safety issued a permit for a new 25'8" x 48'6" irr, one story, type-VB, fully

sprinklered, accessory living quarters with roof deck and attached deck.

Permit No. 13010-30000-03648 - On March 26, 2014, the Department of Building

and Safety issued a permit for a new single level basement, type VB, accessory

living quarters (staff quarters).

Permit No. 13019-30000-02495 - On March 26, 2014, the Department of Building

and Safety issued a permit for the demolition of existing 100' x 210' single family

dwelling, tennis court, 40' x 70' accessory building, and garage to clear lot.

Permit No. WLA 36661 - On November 10, 1981, the Department of Building and

Safety issued a Certificate of Occupancy for a one story, type V, 40' x 70'6" irregular

shaped accessory living quarters, accessory to an R-1 occupancy.

Permit No. WLA 81966W- On November 30, 1972, the Department of Building and

Safety issued a Certificate of Occupancy for a one story, Type V, 20' x 22'6",

accessory building, accessory to an R-1 Occupancy.

Permit No. WLA 70963W - On November 19, 1971, the Department of Building and

Safety issued a Certificate of Occupancy for a 39' x 53'3" private swimming pool

with heater and approved enclosure and one story, Type V, 19' x 27', pool

equipment building, Accessory to an R-1 occupancy.

Permit No. WLA 55797 - On November 19, 1971, the Department of Building and

Safety issued a Certificate of Occupancy for a two-story, Type V, 191' x 89', one

Case No. ZA 92-0308(ZV)-

(Amended by Ord. No. 149,118, Eff. 2/5ll7.)

A. Natural gas outlet.

B. 220 AC electrical outlet

C. Double sink.

D. Bar sink exceeding one square foot.

E. Hot water line to bar sink.

F. Refrigerator exceeding 10 cubic feet or place designed for it.

G. Garbage disposal.

H. Dishwasher space exceeding 10 square feet.

I. Any device designed for cooking or heating of food.

J. Total counter space exceeding 10 square feet.

76 South Beverly Park Lane - Case No. ZA 2012-3525(ZV) in the RE40

Zone; Beverly Glen (3.25 miles northeast).

• 1600 North San Onofre Drive and 1555 North Casale Road - Case No. ZA

2010-0615(ZV)(ZAA)(F) in the RE15 and RE40 Zones, Brentwood (2 ½

miles west)

• 1120, 1150, 1200 and 1210 North La Collina Drive - Case No. 2009-

0238(ZV)(ZAD)(ZAA) in the RE11 Zone, Hollywood

• 49 North Beverly Park Circle - Case No. ZA 2005-9994(ZV)(YV) in the RE40

Zone, Beverly Glen (3 miles northeast);

• 14880 Corona Del Mar - Case No. ZA 2003-0196(CDP)(ZV)(YV) in the

RE20 Zone, Pacific Palisades

• 60-62 North Beverly Park Drive - Case No. ZA 2002-0042(ZV), Case No. ZA

2004-141 0(ZV), Beverly Crest

• 10550 West Bellagio Road - Case No. 2000-0559(ZV)(ZAD)(ZAA) in the

RE20 Zone, Bel Air (0.6 miles southeast)

• 10442 Bellagio Road - Case No. ZA-2006-6058(ZV) in the RE20 Zone, Bel

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944 NORTH AIROLE WAY ENV-2013-1578

0417344 •ABORMLS #1720300 • ..

 

Air (0.85 miles southeast)

• 56 West Beverly Park Way-Case No. ZA 1996-0088(ZV) in the RE40 Zone,

Beverly Glen (3 miles northeast)

• 642 North Siena Way- Case No. ZA 1994-0463(ZV) in the RE40 Zone (0.4

miles southeast).

• 1515 North Amalfi Drive - Case No. ZA 1987-1202(ZV) in the RE15 Zone

Brentwood (3.6 miles west).

• 760 Lausanne Road-Case No. ZA-92-0308(ZV) in the RE40 Zone (RE1 5 at

the time of the decision, currently RE40), Bel Air (740 feet southeast)

• 620 N. Stoney Canyon Road - Case No. ZA-2008-3704(ZV) in the RE20

Zone, Bel Air (0.5 miles southeast

Description: Lot 1&2,Arb2;FR2;FR3 Block

CASE No. ___ ZA_·-__.2_0=-1-'--'5_-_4~7 "'--2 +-7- ·- z_v _

Base Fee j"7 7'b 1 _ (LO Reviewed and Accepted by

[Project Planner]

Date

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944 NORTH AIROLE WAY ENV-2013-1578

BOARD FILE: 130109

C.D.: 5

130109.FAL

130109.FAL

TRACT:

BLOCK:

TR 22727 / 9745

-/3

LOT: I, 2 / 3

2 GARAGE1 CONCRETE SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 467 SF 90' - 10" 9' 4 GUESTROOM WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 244 SF 67' - 8" 10' 5 GAME ROOM WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 768 SF 155' - 7" 9' 1" 7 MECH WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 193 SF 69' - 0" 9' 1" 8 HVAC WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 343 SF 78' - 8" 9' 1" 9 GAME ROOM WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 650 SF 102' - 4" 9' 1" 10 CLO. 5 WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 99 SF 40' - 5" 9' 1" 11 BEDROOM 5 WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 185 SF 54' - 7" 9' 1" 12 BATH 5 TILE SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 72 SF 36' - 0" 9' 1" 13 COMMON AREA WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 709 SF 209' - 7" 9' 1" 14 CLO. 4 WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 90 SF 38' - 0" 9' 1" 15 UTIL. TILE SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 108 SF 42' - 0" 9' 1" 16 BEDROOM 4 WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 208 SF 58' - 0" 9' 1" 17 BATH 4 TILE SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 78 SF 38' - 0" 9' 1" 18 BATH 3 TILE SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 79 SF 38' - 4" 9' 1" 19 BEDROOM 3 WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 213 SF 58' - 9" 9' 1" 20 CLO. 3 WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 28 SF 21' - 4" 9' 1" 21 BEDROOM 2 WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 150 SF 49' - 9" 9' 1" 22 BATH 2 TILE SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 46 SF 28' - 6" 9' 1" 23 CLO. 2 WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 56 SF 30' - 1" 9' 1" 24 MECH. CHASE WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 77 SF 37' - 7" 25 GARAGE 2 CONCRETE SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 469 SF 86' - 11" 12' 6" 26 UTILITY TILE SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 103 SF 41' - 10" 10' 27 MUD ROOM WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 80 SF 36' - 0" 10' 28 MASTER CLOSET WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 277 SF 68' - 5 1/2" 10' 29 MASTER BEDROOM WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 441 SF 91' - 3" 10' 30 LIVING AREA WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 1570 SF 268' - 0 1/2" 11' 6" 31 BATH 1 TILE SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 54 SF 31' - 6" 10' 32 BEDROOM 1 WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 244 SF 63' - 10" 10' 34 POWDER TILE SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 43 SF 27' - 4" 10' 37 PANTRY WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 60 SF 31' - 1" 10' 38 MASTER BATH TILE SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 107 SF 41' - 7 1/2" 39 MECHANICAL WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 342 SF 234' - 0 21/32" 9' 40 KITCHEN WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 439 SF 111' - 1" 10' 41 MASTER BATH TILE SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 187 SF 81' - 2 1/2" 10' 42 GAME ROOM WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 369 SF 76' - 10" 12' 43 BATHROOM TILE SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 50 SF 30' - 0" 10' 44 CLO. 1 WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 33 SF 23' - 5" 10' 46 COAT CLOSET WOOD SHEETROCK SHEETROCK 24 SF 20' - 1" 

8 FLUSH DOOR 1 2' - 6" 6' - 8" 9 FLUSH DOOR 3 2' - 8" 8' - 0" 10 FLUSH DOOR 2 3' - 0" 8' - 0" 80 SINGLE FLUSH DOOR 13 2' - 8" 8' - 0" 84 SINGLE FLUSH DOOR 4 2' - 6" 8' - 0" 95 POCKET DOOR 1 2' - 8" 8' - 0" 97 POCKET DOOR 2 3' - 0" 8' - 0" 118 SINGLE FLUSH DOOR 9 2' - 4" 8' - 0" 119 SINGLE FLUSH DOOR 2 3' - 0" 8' - 0" 122 SWING 4 2' - 8" 8' - 0" 129 POCKET DOOR 2 2' - 6" 8' - 0" 151 SLIDING DOORS 1 6' - 0" 8' - 0" 153 SLIDING DOORS 1 5' - 0" 8' - 0" 160 MAIN ENTRY PIVOT DOOR 1 5' - 0" 10' - 0" 162 Aluminum Standard Doors 1 16' - 0" 10' - 1" 164 GLASS GARAGE DOOR 1 20' - 0" 8' - 0" 169 Aluminum Standard Doors 1 14' - 8 1/2" 10' - 1" 170 SLIDING DOORS 3 6' - 0" 9' - 1" 173 3 SLIDING PNELS + 1 FIXED PANEL 1 15' - 10" 9' - 1" 174 5-PANEL SLIDING GLASS DOOR 1 18' - 0" 10' - 1" 176 GLASS GARAGE DOOR 1 19' - 0" 8' - 0" 177 FLUSH DOOR 1 2' - 0" 8' - 0" 178 ELEVATOR DOORS 3 5' - 0" 8' - 0"

 

136 Picture 2 LEVEL -1 3' - 0" 5' - 0" 11' - 6" 6' - 6" 142 Picture 2 5' - 0" 2' - 0" 145 Picture_2_Lites_Vertical 1 LEVEL 1 7' - 2 1/8" 10' - 1" 10' - 1" 0' - 0" 146 Picture 4 LEVEL 1 3' - 6 1/2" 10' - 1" 10' - 1" 0' - 0" 147 Picture 2 LEVEL 1 2' - 5 1/2" 10' - 1" 10' - 1" 0' - 0" 148 Picture_2_Lites_Vertical 5 7' - 2" 9' - 1" 9' - 1" 0' - 0" 149 Picture 2 LEVEL 2 3' - 6 1/2" 9' - 1" 9' - 1" 0' - 0" 150 Picture_3_Lites_Vertical 2 LEVEL 3 10' - 9" 9' - 1" 9' - 1" 0' - 0" 151 Picture 1 LEVEL 2 5' - 0" 9' - 1" 9' - 1" 0' - 0" 161 Window-Casement-Inside-Outside 2 LEVEL 2 3' - 6 1/2" 9' - 1" 9' - 1" 0' - 0" 163 Picture 1 LEVEL 1 3' - 3" 2' - 0" 10' - 0" 8' - 0" 165 Picture_3_Lites_Vertical 2 LEVEL 1 13' - 6" 2' - 0" 10' - 0" 8' - 0"

 

167 Picture_3_Lites_Vertical 1 LEVEL -1 10' - 9" 10' - 1" 15' - 7" 5' - 6" 171 Picture 6 5' - 5" 9' - 1" 177 Full_Casement 1 LEVEL -1 3' - 0" 6' - 0" 13' - 7 1/8" 7' - 7 1/8"

 

179 Picture_3_Lites_Vertical 1 LEVEL 1 8' - 1" 2' - 0" 10' - 0" 8' - 0"

 

180 Picture_2_Lites_Vertical 1 LEVEL 2 7' - 0 5/8" 9' - 1" 9' - 1" 0' - 0" MULLED WINDOW 1/3

 

180 Picture_2_Lites_Vertical 1 LEVEL 2 7' - 0 5/8" 9' - 1" 9' - 1" 0' - 0" MULLED WINDOW 2/3

 

180 Picture_2_Lites_Vertical 1 LEVEL 2 7' - 0 5/8" 9' - 1" 9' - 1" 0' - 0" MULLED WINDOW 3/3

 

181 Picture_2_Lites_Vertical 1 LEVEL 1 7' - 1 1/8" 10' - 1" 10' - 1" 0' - 0" MULLED WINDOW 1/2

 

181 Picture_2_Lites_Vertical 1 LEVEL 1 7' - 1 1/8" 10' - 1" 10' - 1" 0' - 0" MULLED WINDOW 2/2

 

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2021-06

283134 Danny Waters 1203 Kenwood Avenue

944 × 1 = 944

 

944

 

944 × 2 = 1888

 

944 + 944 = 1888

 

944 × 3 = 2832

 

944 + 944 + 944 = 2832

 

944 × 4 = 3776

 

944 + 944 + 944 + 944 = 3776

 

944 × 5 = 4720

 

944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 = 4720

 

944 × 6 = 5664

 

944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 = 5664

 

944 × 7 = 6608

 

944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 = 6608

 

944 × 8 = 7552

 

944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 = 7552

 

944 × 9 = 8496

 

944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 = 8496

 

944 × 10 = 9440

 

944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 + 944 = 9440

944

 

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1

 

=

 

944

 

944

 

×

 

2

 

=

 

1888

 

944

 

×

 

3

 

=

 

2832

 

944

 

×

 

4

 

=

 

3776

 

944

 

×

 

5

 

=

 

4720

 

944

 

×

 

6

 

=

 

5664

 

944

 

×

 

7

 

=

 

6608

 

944

 

×

 

8

 

=

 

7552

 

944

 

×

 

9

 

=

 

8496

 

944

 

×

 

10

 

=

 

9440

 

944

 

×

 

11

 

=

 

10384

 

944

 

×

 

12

 

=

 

11328

 

944

 

×

 

13

 

=

 

12272

 

944

 

×

 

14

 

=

 

13216

 

944

 

×

 

15

 

=

 

14160

 

944

 

×

 

16

 

=

 

15104

 

944

 

×

 

17

 

=

 

16048

 

944

 

×

 

18

 

=

 

16992

 

944

 

×

 

19

 

=

 

17936

 

944

 

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20

 

=

 

18880

13x+125=944

Simplifying 13x + 125 = 944 Reorder the terms: 125 + 13x = 944 Solving 125 + 13x = 944 Solving for variable 'x'. Move all terms containing x to the left, all other terms to the right. Add '-125' to each side of the equation. 125 + -125 + 13x = 944 + -125 Combine like terms: 125 + -125 = 0 0 + 13x = 944 + -125 13x = 944 + -125 Combine like terms: 944 + -125 = 819 13x = 819 Divide each side by '13'. x = 63 Simplifying x = 63

 

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| 9x+3=12x | | x^2+y^2+4y+4=9 | | x^2+v^2+4y+4=9 | | 2x+x=441 | | (3x*2+5x+1)-(3x*2+4)=7x+10 | | 15=5+9p-4p | | y(y-9)(y-6)= | | .16x-1=.5(x+5) | | x^3+2x^2-3x+2= | | 15-b=23 | | 2x=441 | | 4y=4y+40 | | 6m-4m+8=34 | | 6+4x=2(2+3x) | | 7a-6=29 | | 6(x-4)+10=28 | | -2z-7=23 | | 6x+5y+2=0 | | 1.5r=(-5.07) | | 6x+2y+2=0 | | -2x+y+6-(-8x)-7y+(-11)= | | -32-7=23 | | -30-6=b-6+11b | | x+6=30 | | 15+.50c=25+.25c | | -3a(7b+13)= | | (6x*2+3x+1)-(6x*2+3)=7x+15 | | 3x=1000 | | 12=0.9x | | -3a(7a+13)= | | 6a+5=17 | | 15+.50=25+.25c |

 

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2x-2=8 x-3=5 3x+2=18 2x+10=12 6x-2=14 3x=12 4x-2=12 9x-3=6 12+x=5 x+8=13 all equations

1/2 x 944 = 472.00

 

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Inquiry ID GL-220919-002

march 4th my docket # is j2cv18000744 they r using eviction to take people out of what they own i have a way yall can track my receipt to my warranty deed my debit card is master card5245701200219944 my reference #is mcafyreh my authorization # is 034726 yall their are account missing from my quail Creek LLC I'm a member of fdic

 

ARS BS

DTA Manual, Appendix Q: Organization Naming Sequence

FOIA Tracking Number 21-HQ-F-00603

2018-08-116: 009368

46433NCKRS.pdf (The Equal Rights Review, Vol. Five (2010))

FDIC Certificate #: 21848

(JP 3-17)

(JP 3-01)

Landsberg Am Lech

Fortress Prison

Confirmation number:

Frost# 8152

 

Frost# 8136

 

RTEV0922202232103

 

Transaction date/time:

 

09/22/2022 2:17PM

 

Company name:

 

Orelius Davis

 

October 16, 1924

(H138) (CJCSI 5705.01.)

(JP 5-0)

(JP 2-01.2)

https://youtu.be/J0D_VojlE9o

(JP 3-02)

OK/1 21.021.05219

ID: (#200636)

(DODI 8260.03)

(JP 4-01.6)

 Threat  (CTIAC) IWTC Virg

PHIBRON. (JP 3-02)

Subj. Category Text: AERODYNAMICS

 A‑232‑4413 

Form Approved

OMB No. 0704-0188

IRIS #1013485 copy

35521418.

Art. 47.01a

(a) C.C.P.

2598

(JP 1)

136592

100656

ID:571596

 

Synopsis of Significant Changes·········································· 5

Amendment110.26(E)(2)(c) Outdoor Work Space ···················· 16

Amendment 210.8 Cabinet Doors········································ 17

Amendment 210.8(A) GFCI for Dryers, Ranges and etc. ··········· 18

Amendment 210.8(A)(2) Exception For Door Openers·············· 18

Amendment 210.8(A)(3) Outdoors (Sewer Lift Pump) ·············· 19

Amendment 210.8(A)(5) Exception For Fire Alarm Systems······· 19

Amendment 210.8(B)(4) Outdoor GFCIs······························ 20

Amendment 210.8(F) Delete All Outdoor Outlet Protection········ 21

Amendment 210.12(D) Branch Circuit Extensions or

Modification ·································································· 21

Amendment 210.52(B)(2) Outlets On Small Appliance Circuit···· 23

Amendment 210.52(C)(2) Counter Top Outlets······················· 24

Amendment 230.67 Surge Protection···································· 25

Amendment 230.71(B) Construction Site Services ··················· 26

Amendment 230.85 Emergency Disconnects··························· 27

Amendment 250.50 Grounding Electrode System···················· 28

Amendment 250.53(A)(2) Ground Rods Required (SS) ············· 29

Amendment 250.140 Frames of Ranges and Clothes Dryers······· 30

Amendment 250.142(B) Load-Side Equipment ······················· 31

Amendment 300.3(B) Existing Dwelling Panelboards ··············· 32

Amendment Table 300.5···················································· 36

Amendment 300.9 Raceways in Wet Locations Above Grade······ 38

Amendment 320.23(A)······················································ 39

Amendment 334.15(C) Unfinished Basements and Crawl Spaces· 40

Amendment 406.4(D)(4)··································

 

Member ID:515109908

 

2-8317-0602-5

Amendment 410.2 Closet Self Space ·····································42

Amendment 410.16(C) ····················································· 44

Amendment 555.35(A)(3) ·················································· 45

Amendment 680.4···························································· 45

Amendment 680.21(D)······················································ 46

Amendment 695.2···························································· 47

Amendment 695.3···························································· 49

Article 10 Administrative Section ································50

Table 310.15(B)(7) ··························································· 55

Table 250.66 ··································································· 56

Table 250.122 ···············

Docket No. 210726-0151:

Order 2014-0057-DWQ

Refer To: A-14-20-50947

A-14-20-50947 August 2022

A-14-20-50947

 

th Shore Tour

Billet:

CSEL/SEA/DLCPO/ECM/DET,

FLT/FORCE/TYCOM RATING

LEAD

Duty: National Agency,

OPNAV, FFC, ISIC,

NUMBERED FLT MOC/MIOC,

TRNG Staff, TYCOM, SOCOM

and NSW Cmds and NECC Cmds

Qualifications:

IW/SW/AW/EXW/SEA

23-26 ISCM

ISCS

24.2 Yrs

19

CSEL 36 4

th Sea Tour

Billet: CSEL/DLCPO.

Duty: CSG 4/15, FLT Staff,

NEIC, CVN/LHD, JSOC,

DEVGRU, NSWTACDEVRON,

SOCOM and NSW Cmds, NECC

and Expeditionary Cmds.

Qualifications: IW/

SW/AW/EXW/SEA

20-23 ISCM

ISCS

ISC

24.2 Yrs

19

13.2

CSEL,CWO 48 3

rd Shore Tour

Billet: SEL/SEA/DLCPO/LCPO/

ECM/Detailer/ISIC/INST/TRNG

MGR,

FLT/FORCE/TYCOM RATING

LEAD, CI Support Officer

(CISO) or CI Agent

Duty: JIOC/JOC, NIOC,

MIOC/MOC, TYCOM, COCOM,

TRNG Staff, OPNAV, National

Agencies, NUMBERED FLT

MOC/MIOC, Cyber Teams,

Attaché, SOCOM and NSW

Cmds, NCIS, BCME,

BUPERS/NPC, NECC and

Expeditionary Groups (EOD,

NMCB & Maritime Security),

Expeditionary Warfighting

Development Center, Task Force

Staff

Qualifications: IW, Various

Watch quals, MTS

BCC-LIC-007 (Rev. 2/20)

42 U.S.C. § 14141

(COPS)

(CRS)

UoF_2016-07-08-1130.pd

Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. v. Massachusetts, 471 U.S. 724,

756 (1985).

Graham v. Connor, 490 U.S. 386, 396-97 (1989) (stating that in “determining whether the force used to effect a

particular seizure is ‘reasonable’ under the Fourth Amendment requires a careful balancing of “‘the nature and

quality of the intrusion on the individual’s Fourth Amendment interests’” against the countervailing governmental

interests at stake”) (internal citations omitted).

35440Previous Company Numbers

 

C3544097

 

StatusActiveIncorporation Date18 March 2013 (over 9 years ago)Company TypeDOMESTIC STOCKJurisdictionCalifornia (US)Registered Address

 

11766 WILSHIRE BLVD., SUITE 900

LOS ANGELES CA 90025

 

United States

(JP 3-17)

Agent NameCHRIS MAYSAgent Address11766 WILSHIRE BLVD., SUITE 900, LOS ANGELES, CA, 90025Directors / Officers

 

CHRIS MAYS, agent

 

VIRGINIE BESSON-SILLA, chief executive officer

PUBLIC LAW 107–56—OCT. 26, 2001

(11:58:18 AM) (System) said : Thank you forcontacting the ArmyNationalGuard. Weareclosed in observance

ofthefederal holiday, butappreciate your interest in the Guard. We willre-open

October 11th at 7:00 amCentralTime. Please visit Get Started at

https://www.nationalguard.com/contact to get in touchwith a NationalGuard

recruiter. Thank you

Section Charge Offense

1-§001-10 Unspecified Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Duration of

Employment

1-§002-10 Accepting bribes or gratuities

for permitting illegal acts.

Dismissal ------------- ------------- -------------

1-§003-10 Failure to immediately report, in

writing to their Commanding

Officer, offers of bribes or

gratuities to permit illegal acts.

10 days to

Dismissal

Dismissal ------------- 2 Years

1-§004-10 Failure to officially report

corruption, or other illegal acts.

10 days to

Dismissal

Dismissal ------------- Duration of

Employment

1-§005-10 Failure to stop, or attempt to

stop, an officer using force

when that force is no longer

required.

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

5 Years

1-§006-10 Soliciting for attorneys,

bondsman, tow operators or

other unauthorized persons.

30 days or

Dismissal

Dismissal ------------- 2 Years

1-§007-10 Knowingly lying under oath to

any material facts in any

proceeding.

Dismissal ------------- ------------- -------------

1-§008-10 Failure to cooperate in any

Departmental investigation.

10 days to

Dismissal

30 days or

Dismissal

Dismissal Duration of

Employment

1-§009-10 Lying or attempting to deceive

regarding a material fact

during the course of any

Departmental investigation.

10 days to

Dismissal

Dismissal -------------- Duration of

Employment

1-§010-10 Knowingly and willfully

making a false entry in any

Department record or report.

5 days to

Dismissal

15 days to

Dismissal

Dismissal 5 Years

Section Charge Offense

1-§011-10 Abuse of authority Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

5 Years

1-§012-10 Unauthorized and/or excessive

use of force in your official

capacity.

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

5 Years

1-§013-10 Knowingly and intentionally

associating, fraternizing or

socializing with persons actively

engaged in criminal conduct, or

fugitives from justice, or others

that compromises, discredits,

prejudices or otherwise makes

suspect an employee’s authority,

integrity, or credibility.

20 days to

Dismissal

Dismissal -------------- Duration of

Employment

1-§014-10 Fighting/quarreling with

members of the Department

while one or both are on-duty.

Reprimand to

10 days

10 to 20 days 20 days to

Dismissal

2 Years

1-§015-10 Engaging in threatening, or

harassing, intimidating, or like

conduct towards another

member of the Police

Department.

Reprimand to

10 days

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

5 Years

1-§016-10 Inappropriate language conduct

or gestures to Police Department

employees while on-duty.

Reprimand

to 10 days

10 to 15 days 15 to 20 days 2 Years

1-§017-10 Inappropriate language conduct

or gestures to the public while

on-duty.

Reprimand

to 5 days

5 to 10 days 15 to 20 days 2 Years

1-§018-10 Sexual behavior while on-duty. 30 days or

Dismissal

Dismissal -------------- Duration of

Employment

1-§019-10 Sexual behavior in a city, state,

or federally owned or leased

vehicle or facility while off-

duty.

30 days or

Dismissal

Dismissal -------------- Duration of

Employment

DISCIPLINARY CODE,

Section Charge Offense

1-§020-10 Repeated violations of any

Departmental rules or

regulations.

30 days or

Dismissal

Dismissal -------------- 5 Years

1-§021-10 Any incident, conduct, or course

of conduct, which indicates that

an employee has little or no

regard for his/her responsibility

as a member of the Police

Department.

30 days or

Dismissal

Dismissal -------------- 5 Years

1-§022-10 Any act, conduct or course of

conduct, which objectively

constitutes discriminating or

harassing behavior based on

race, color, gender, religion,

national origin, age, ancestry,

sexual orientation, disability, or

gender identity.

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

5 Years

1-§023-10 Inappropriate communication(s)

based on race, color, gender,

religion, national origin, age,

ancestry, sexual orientation,

disability, or gender identity

conveyed in any manner.

Reprimand to

15 days

Reprimand

to Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

5 Years

1-§024-10 Any act, conduct or course of

conduct, which objectively

constitutes sexual harassment.

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

5 Years

1-§025-10 On-duty or job-related

inappropriate sexually based

communication(s) conveyed in

any manner.

Reprimand to

15 days

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

5 Years

1-§026-10 Engaging in any action that

constitutes the commission of a

felony or a misdemeanor, which

carries a potential sentence of

more than one (1) year.

Engaging in any action that

constitutes an intentional

violation of Chapter 39 of the

Crimes Code (relating to Theft

and Related Offenses). Also

includes any action that

constitutes the commission of an

equivalent offense in another

jurisdiction, state or territory.

Neither a criminal conviction

nor the pendency of criminal

charges is necessary for

disciplinary action in such

matters.

30 Days or

Dismissal

Dismissal ------------ Duration of

Employment

Section Charge Offense

2-§001-10 Unspecified Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

2 Years

2-§002-10 Drinking alcoholic beverages

while on-duty.

30 days or

Dismissal

Dismissal Dismissal 2 Years

2-§003-10 Odor of alcohol on breath while

on-duty.

Reprimand to

10 days

10 to 15 Days 30 Days or

Dismissal

5 Years

2-§004-10 Impaired on-duty. 30 days or

Dismissal

Dismissal -------------- 2 Years

2-§005-10 Intoxicated off-duty in full or

partial uniform.

5 to 10 days 10 to 20 days 25 to 30 days 2 Years

2-§006-10 “Driving under the influence”

off-duty.

30 days or

Dismissal

Dismissal --------------- 5 Years

2-§007-10 “Driving under the influence”

pleas, convictions or ARD under

one of the following

circumstances: (a) a second or

subsequent DUI offense while

employed by the City of

Philadelphia within the

reckoning period (regardless of

whether or not off-duty); (b)

involving a hit and run of a

person, vehicle or property; or

(c) operating, driving or

physically controlling a city,

state, or federally owned/leased

vehicle.

30 days or

Dismissal

Dismissal --------------- 5 Years

2-§008-10 Operating, driving or physically

controlling a city, state, or

federally owned/leased vehicle

after imbibing in any amount of

alcohol and/or illegal substance.

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Section Charge Offense

2-§009-10 Socializing or drinking in an

alcoholic beverage establishment

in full or partial uniform while

off-duty.

Reprimand to

5 days

5 to 10 days 10 to 15 days 2 Years

2-§010-10 Constructive or actual possession

of alcoholic beverages not

related to the legal confiscation

of same while on-duty.

Reprimand to

10 days

10 to 20 days 20 to 30 days 2 Years

2-§011-10 Any use or ingestion of any

illegal substances, prohibited

under 35 P.S. §780-101 et

seq.(Controlled Substance, Drug,

Device and Cosmetic Act), or

any substance that constitutes the

commission of an offense under

federal law or in any other

jurisdiction, state or territory,

either on or off-duty.

Dismissal -------------- -------------- --------------

2-§012-10 Inappropriate use of a

prescription drug.

10 days to

Dismissal

Dismissal -------------- 5 Years

2-§013-10 Constructive or actual

possession of a controlled

substance not legally prescribed

or related to the legal

confiscation of same.

30 days or

Dismissal

Dismissal -------------- 5 Years

Section Charge Offense

3-§001-10 Unspecified Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Duration of

Employment

3-§002-10 Inability to perform the

essential duties of a sworn

police officer as defined by the

Municipal Police Officer

Education and Training

Commission (MPOETC);

inability to legally operate a

motor vehicle; inability to or

failure to maintain state

certification under the

MPOETC.

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Duration of

Employment

3-§003-10 Prohibited from accessing,

inputting or otherwise acquiring

information from any law

enforcement system, database,

or program.

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Duration of

Employment

3-§004-10 Failure to maintain a bona fide

residence in the City of

Philadelphia or Commonwealth

of Pennsylvania consistent with

the current collective bargaining

agreement/civil service

regulations.

Dismissal

Section Charge Offense Reckoning

Period

4-§-001-10 Unspecified Reprimand to

30 days

Reprimand to

30 days

Reprimand to

30 days

2 Years

4-§-002-10 Refusal to promptly obey

proper orders from a superior

officer.

5 to 30 days 15 days or

Dismissal

Dismissal 2 Years

4-§-003-10 Profane, insulting, or improper

language, conduct, or gestures

toward, in the direction of, or in

relation to, a superior officer.

5 to 10 days 15 to 30 days Dismissal 1 Year

4-§-004-10 Threatening to or using physical

force against a superior officer

when either is on-duty.

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Reprimand to

Dismissal

Duration of

Employment

4-§-005-10 Omitting title when addressing

any superior officer.

Reprimand to

5 days

5 to 10 days 15 to 20 days 5 Years

4-§-006-10 Reporting off sick in response

to receiving an assignment.

5 to 10 days 10 to 20 days 30 days or

Dismissal

2 Years

Section Charge Offense

5-§001-10 Unspecified Reprimand to

15 days

15 to 30 days 30 days or

Dismissal

2 Years

5-§002-10 Failure to take police action

while on-duty.

Reprimand to

10 days

10 to 30 days 15 days to

Dismissal

2 Years

5-§003-10 Failure to properly patrol area

of responsibility.

Reprimand to 5

days

5 to 10 days 15 to 20 days 2 Years

5-§004-10 Failure to respond to an

assignment by any means

transmitted. (Use of personal

cell phones shall not be

required by officers.)

Reprimand to 5

days

5 to 10 days 15 to 20 days 2 Years

5-§005-10 Failure to make a

required written report.

Reprimand to 5

days

5 to 10 days 10 to 15 days 2 Years

5-§006-10 Failure to conduct a proper,

thorough, and complete

investigation.

Reprimand to 5

days

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(). ABSTRACT.

Logistic multiple regression is a

special case oT the generalized linear

model utilizing the logit link function

with binomial response data (NeIder and

Wedderburn, 1972). Maximum likelihood

estimation, via the method oT scoring~

is commonly imposed to estimate unknown

parameter ve'Ctor~ 2., in the -following

relationship:

Iogit (H) X f!.

Estimation and prediction problems,

similar to those of least squares

multiple regression can arise in

logistic regression resulting from

multicollinearity among continuous

regressors in the X matrix. Traditional

multicollinearity diagnostics using SAS~

software, as presented in PROC REG~ may

not be relevant to logistic regression

since they are based on the condition OT

X'X. Further theoret i ca.l exami nat ion

suggests that the condition oT the

!stimated information matrix, X'VX, where

V = diag {n. (l-fr~)}, is more pertinent

to .the logistic regression. This paper

presents weighted multicollinearity

diagnositics based on the ill

conditioning OT X'YX. A macro, using the

SASl system, is developed to include

logistic regression output from PRQC

LOGIST supplemented with weighted

multicollinearity diagnostics. The

-diagnostics can help choose a proper

subset model as an alternative to

stepwise model selection procedures or

perhaps suggest an alternate estimation

technique to that OT maximum likelihood

(S~haefer, 1979).

1. INTRODUCTION.

It is common in research to obtain

binary data on a number oT individuals.

For example~ each individual may be

given or denied a car loan, may favor or

oppose a political issue, mayor may not

acquire a disease. Usually this binary

datum is recorded with a aet oT

explanatory regressor variables; perhaps

levels aT blood glucose, antibodies and

urine protein are on a medical record.

In many instances, the researcher

desires to relate this binary variable

to explanatory regressor variables,

which are continuous in nature.

Traditionally, with least squares

estfmat~ort in standard multiple

regress~on, spectral decomposition OT

the correlation matrix of regressors,

1203

X'X, has been examined a$ a diagnostic

tool to determine the ill-eTfects of

multicollinearity on parameter

estimation and prediction. Schaefer

(1979 and 1986) has presented arguments

justifying the application oT

multicollinearity diagnostics based on

XIX for logistic regression. However,

further theoretical investigation (Marx,

1988) suggests that diagnostics should

be oriented toward the spectral

decomposition of X'VX. Multicollinearity

diagnostics can be formulated among the

weighted explanatory regressor variables

which oTten yield more pertinent

information Tor selection of a candidate

model.

For the model

logit (11,) = In rl'::~i] = ~/d!'" '

define "i = P(Y=lb:s.'i), ?5. 1

• to be the i th

row vector or the N x (p+l) matrix oT

continuous explantory variables (with a

constant) and! to be the (p+l) x 1

unknown parameter vector. The iterative

maximum likelihood scheme can be

expressed as

(1.1 )

where t denotes the iteration step

~ntil specified convergence,

V = diag {iii (l-:nJ}, and l!.. is the

vector predicted prob~bilities.

Entangled in this iterative scheme is

the estimated information matrix for ~,

i = XlVX. An ill-conditioned

information matrix can result in

undesirable asymptotic properties oT the

logistic regression such as large

variances associated with aprameter

estimates· and certain prediction

regions. Other detriments include

extreme sensitivity to small

perturbations or the X data, and low

power for parameter t€sts.

2. WEIGHTED MULTICOLLINEARITY

DIAGNOSTICS.

The estimated information matrix, ~~

is ill conditioned if it has nearly

1 inear dependent col ums of S = y1/ 2

X .

The strength OT the linear dependence

among the columns oT X does does not

effect the condition oT i unless the

d · It' V-lI lagona rna rlX ' ~ kI reqUIrIng .. not

only independent Yi but also nearly

homogeneous variance. Diagnostics

should be developed accordingly.

 

In developing suitable diagnostics, 

 

scaling of the information matrix is 

 

necessary in order to have a standard 

 

Tor comparison (Bel~ley, Kuh and Welsch, 

 

1980). A natural scaling method is one 

 

which gives the columns OT S unit 

 

length. The author also chooses to 

 

center the col umns of' S; hence ~ .. = S'"'S'" 

 

is in correlation Torm. 

 

In assessing the degree of ill-

 

conditioning of' a general matrix B, 

 

Hartree (1952) pointed out the 

 

importance OT a condition number. 

 

Belsley, Kuh and Welsch (1980) argue 

 

that if a 'small' eigenvalue is used as 

 

a multicollinearity diagnostic, then 

 

there is a natural tendency to compare 

 

small to the wrong standard, namely 

 

zero. Hence, the ratio oT -functions OT 

 

eigenvalues, rather than the eigenvalues 

 

alone, have been useful diagnostics. 

 

For the sake of consistency with PROC 

 

REG, condition numbers are defined 

 

(2.1) 

 

where the Ai were the ordered eigenvales 

 

of i". 

 

Perhaps the most obvious 

 

construction oT weighted variance 

 

in~lation factors (WVIFs) Tor logistic 

 

regression is to consider the diagonal 

 

elements of i .. -l~ Un~er ideal cQnditons, 

 

i~e. the columns of S are orthogonal 

 

then i'" = j,"-l = I ~ WVIFs can be ' 

 

cons~racted in the same manner that PROC 

 

REG constructs VIFs -(Marx, 1989). 

 

Observe that there is a VIF associated 

 

with the interc~pt since the centering 

 

and scaling OT S does not involve_a 

 

constant column OT ones, rather yJ/21.. 

 

It is informative to determine the 

 

extent what proportion of variance or 

 

each coefficient is attributed to each 

 

near dependency in the information 

 

matrix. The table of weighed variance 

 

proportion decompositions requires the 

 

spectral decomposition of i+. A small 

 

eigenvalue deposits its influence to 

 

some degree, on all variances. Derine 

 

Pij as the proportion oT weighted 

 

variance inflation associated to the jih 

 

estimated coefTicient, attributed to ith 

 

eigenvalue OT the "''". 

 

A matrix of proportions can be 

 

formatted as in Table 1. Hence, a small 

 

eigenvalue (relative to the maximum 

 

eigenvalue) responsible Tor at least two 

 

large proportions say~ Pi/ and Pi; 

 

suggests that weighted multicollinearity 

 

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is damaging desirable properties oT the 

 

logistic regression. Action should be 

 

taken accordingly. Ix a large WVIF is 

 

present, then the research~r should 

 

consider deletion oT one of the 

 

va.riables responsible Tor a large Pi; 

 

(associated with a small eigenvalue) or 

 

an alternation estimation technique, Tor 

 

example logistic ridge estimation 

 

(Schaefer, 1979). 

 

Table 1. WEIGHTED VARIANCE PROPORTION 

 

DECOMPOSITION 

 

Proportion of 

 

Ordered 

 

Eigenvalue 

 

AO 

 

Al 

 

 

 

Var (~O) 

 

POO 

 

P10 

 

Var (~l) Var (~p) 

 

POl POp 

 

Pu Plp 

 

Details regarding the construction 

 

OT weighted multicollinearity 

 

diagnostics can be Tound in Marx (1989). 

 

3. USAGE OF MACRO. 

 

Using the SAS~ system, a macro is 

 

provided in Appendix I. %Macro ILL 

 

utilizes SASjIML™ (1985) and PROC 

 

LOGIST or SUGI Supplemental Library 

 

User's Guide (1986). The attached macro 

 

requires the specification of three 

 

arguments. ~DATA =' specifies the 

 

regression data set to be used in the 

 

analysis (the default is _LAST_). 

 

'DEPVAR =' spe-ciTies the 'binary response 

 

vector and 'VARLIST =' specifics the 

 

list OT continuous explanatory 

 

regressors to be used in the model. 

 

%Macro ILL is capable oT providing all 

 

the options or PROC LOG 1ST and 

 

augmenting the output with weighted 

 

multicollinearity diagnostics. A 

 

correlation matrix is Rrinted of the 

 

weighted regressors VI X~ along with the 

 

weighted variance inflation factors, 

 

eigenvalues and condition indices of th

 

variance proportion decompositions. 

 

Rules of thumb used Tor measure of 

 

severity in weighted multicollinearity 

 

are consistent with ones presented in 

 

Belsley, Kuh and Welsch (1980). For 

 

example, VIFs > 10 and condition numbers 

 

> 30 are commonly used as cutoffs (see 

 

Myers t 1986). 

 

4. EXAMPLE. 

 

The data presented in SUGI 

 

Supplemental Library User's Guide~ 

 

Version 5 (page 193) considers the 

 

logistic regression continuous 

 

explanatory variables: Cell Index, 

 

Smear Index, Inri1 Index, LI Index, 

 

Blast Index and Temperature. The binary 

 

response is occurrence or nonoccurrence 

 

or complete cancer remission in 

 

patients. Forward selection and 

 

backward elimination procedures are 

 

performed for these data. The Torward 

 

selection procedure in PROe LOG 1ST 

 

chooses explanatory variables LI Index, 

 

Temperature and Cell Index. Consider an 

 

examination oT the weighted 

 

multicol11inearity diagnostics« 

 

CORRELATION MATRIX OF WEIGHTED REGRESSORS 

 

INTCPT 

 

LI 

 

TEMP 

 

CELL 

 

INTCPT LI TEMP CELL 

 

LOOOQ 0.8641 0.9998 0.9308 

 

0.8641 1.0000 0.8684 0.8353 

 

0.9998 0.8684 1.0000 0.9314 

 

0.9308 0.8353 0.9314 1.0000 

 

WGHTD VARIANC£ INFLATION FACTORS 

 

INTCPT 

 

LI 

 

TEMP 

 

CELL 

 

4191.3 

 

5.3300 

 

4332.1 

 

7.7111 

 

WGTD VARIANCE PROPORTION DECOMPOSITION 

 

EVALUE CONDNMBR INTCPT LI TEMP CELL 

 

3.7174 1.0000 L 1£-05 0.0116 1.6[-05 .0086324 

 

0.1915 4.4055 8.3E-OS 0.7507 6.9£-05 0.0739 

 

0.0909 6.3944 4.7.&-04 .0083564 4.4£-04 0.9166 

 

1.2.£-04 178.0 0.9994 0.:1293 0.9995 8.6£"04 

 

Notice the large correlations in.· the 

 

weighted correlation matrix. The WVIFs 

 

are particularly large Tor the intercept 

 

and Temperature. By examining the table 

 

or-variance proportion decompositions, 

 

1205 

 

the diagnostics suggest the deletion of 

 

temperature since it is responsible Tor 

 

greater than 99% of the increase in 

 

coeTficient variance Tor temperature due 

 

to the weighted multicollinearity with 

 

the intercept. The deletion oT the 

 

temperature regressor reduces some WVIFs 

 

by a factor oT 100. Further 

 

investigation suggests that the cell 

 

index should also be deleted from the 

 

model. Hence the LI Index is the only 

 

explantory variable Tor model choice 

 

utilizing the weighted diagnostics. 

 

Coincidently the same model (LI Index) 

 

is selected by fast backward elimination 

 

in PROC LOGIST. 

 

SUMMARY 

 

The macro in Appendix I provides a 

 

range of diagnostic tools aimed at 

 

detecting ill-conditioned inrormation 

 

and the associated deteriments to 

 

logistic regression. Multicollinearity 

 

diagnositics, traditional with PROC REG, 

 

do not provide the sensitivity needed to 

 

make decisions on variable deletion. In 

 

many experimental settings the PROC REG 

 

diagnostics can provide consistent 

 

results; however, this is not the case 

 

in general. 

 

REFERENCES 

 

.. De-Isley, D.A., E. Kuh and R.E. Welsch. 

 

1980. Regression Diagnostics; Influential Data and 

 

Souras ef CoUinearity. NY! John Wiley 

 

Co. 

 

Hartree, D.R. 1952. Numerical Analysis. 

 

London: Oxford University Press. 

 

Marx, Brian D. 1989. Department "I Experimental 

 

Statistics Research Report 02/89, Lou is i ana. 

 

State University, Baton Rouge, LA. 

 

Marx, Brian D. 1988. Iii-conditioned Infonnatien 

 

Matrices and the· Generalized Linear Model: An 

 

A8ympto~icany Biased Estimati(Jn Approach. 

 

Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. 

 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and 

 

State University. 

 

Myers, Raymond H. 1986. Cla.ssicol and Modern 

 

Regression with. Applications. Boston: 

 

Duxbury Press. 

 

NeIder, J. and R. Wedderburn. 1972. 

 

Generalized linear models. Journal 0/ 

 

tlte Royal Sl4ti.~tical Society, Vo 1. 135, No.

 

I want to make a list of plots and my functions are named C1, C2... Cn.

 

 

The command I wish to execute is:

 

 

Table[Plot[Cn[t], {t, 0, 1}], {n, 1,6}]] 

 

 

which obviously doesn't work. How is the equivalent of the above done in Mathematica?

 

 

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You can also use ToExpression to join the index n to your base function name, C, as in the following example:

 

 

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Agent NameABEL MARTINEZAgent Address646 South Flores St., San Antonio, TX, 78204, USADirectors / Officers

 

ABEL MARTINEZ, agent

 

HEBCO GP, LLC, general partner

 

Registry Pagehttps://mycpa.cpa.state.tx.us/coa/

 

 

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MAILING ADDRESS

 

PO BOX 839999, SAN ANTONIO, TX, 78283

 

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Quail Creek Bank, National Association

 

Quail Creek Bank, National Association in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (OK)

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Quail Creek Bank, National Association in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (OK)

 

 

 

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Quail Creek Bank, National Association - Overview

 

General

 

FDIC Certificate #: 21848

Status: Active

Federal Reserve ID: 507152

Bank Holding Company (Regulatory Top Holder): Quail Creek Bancshares, Inc. (RSSDID: 1057962, Location: Oklahoma City, OK)

Date Established: December 04, 1974

WWW: http://www.quailcreekbank.com

Trust Powers Granted: No

Bank Charter Class: Commercial bank, national (federal) charter and Fed member, supervised by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)

Offices: 2 (Domestic: 2, Interstate: No)

OTS Docket #: 10048

FDIC's unique #: 15137

Numeric code: 3

Regulator: OCC

Insurance Fund Membership: Deposit Insurance Fund (DIF)

Insured commercial Banks: Yes

FDIC Insured: Yes

Deposit Insurance Fund member: Yes

Ownership Type: Non-Stock

FFIEC Call Report 31 Filer: No

State Chartered: No

Subchapter S Corporations: Yes

Asset Concentration Hierarchy: Commercial Lending Specialization

Date of Deposit Insurance: December 04, 1974

Last Structure Change Effective Date: March 31, 2006

Last Structure Change Process Date: November 03, 2006

Last Data Update: November 03, 2006

Data Source Date: April 05, 2012

 

Location

 

Address: 12201 North May Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73120

County: Oklahoma

Quarterly Banking Profile Region: Dallas

FDIC Geographic Region: Dallas

FDIC Supervisory Region: Dallas

FDIC Field Office: Oklahoma City 

Office of the Comptroller the Currency (OCC) District: Southwest

Office of Thrift Supervision Region: West

Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA): Oklahoma City, OK (#5880)

Combined Statistical Area (CSA): Oklahoma City-Shawnee, OK (#416)

Core Based Statistical Area (CBSA): Oklahoma City, OK (#36420)

CBSA Metro Statistical Area: Oklahoma City, OK (#36420)

 

History of Changes

 

Merge BIF and SAIF Funds into DIF

 

Financial Summary

 

Total assets: $468.3 mil

Equity capital: $45.9 mil

Deposits held in domestic offices: $412.9 mil

Return on assets (ROA): 2.28% ($10.7 mil)

Quarterly return on assets: 2.06% ($9.6 mil)

Return on Equity (ROE): 24.28% ($11.2 mil)

Quarterly return on equity: 21.41% ($9.8 mil)

Net income: $10.4 mil

Quarterly Net income: $2.4 mil

Pretax return on assets: 2.28% ($10,677.7 mil)

Quarterly Pretax return on assets: 2.06% ($9,647.4 mil)

 

1992 - 1999 Historical total assets, liabilities and capital ($ mil)

 

CapitalLiabilitiesAssets'92'93'94'95'96'97'98'99050100150200250

 

2000 - 2011 Historical total assets, liabilities and capital ($ mil)

 

CapitalLiabilitiesAssets'00'01'02'03'04'05'06'07'08'09'10'110200400600

 

Historical Total Incomes ($ mil)

 

InterestNoninterest'97'98'99'00'01'02'03'04'05'06'07'08'09'10'110102030

 

Historical Total Expenses ($ mil)

 

InterestNoninterest'92'94'96'98'00'02'04'06'08'10051015

 

'07

● Interest: 12.5

 

Historical total employees (full-time equivalent)

 

'97'98'99'00'01'02'03'04'05'06'07'08'09'10020406080

 

Assets and Liabilities (December 31, 2011)

 

 Dollar figures in thousands

 

74Total employees (full-time equivalent)

 

$468,320Total assets

 

$47,525Cash and due from depository institutions

 

$43,493Interest-bearing balances

 

$40,061Securities

 

$0Federal funds sold & reverse repurchase agreements

 

$373,578Net loans & leases

 

$5,275Loan loss allowance

 

$0Trading account assets

 

$1,789Bank premises and fixed assets

 

$26Other real estate owned

 

$0Goodwill and other intangibles

 

$468,320Life insurance assets

 

$5,341All other assets

 

$422,428Total liabilities and capital

 

$412,950Total liabilities

 

$375,847Total deposits

 

$412,950Interest-bearing deposits

 

$86Deposits held in domestic offices

 

0.00%% insured (estimated)

 

$0Federal funds purchased & repurchase agreements

 

$7,587Trading liabilities

 

$0Other borrowed funds

 

$1,891Subordinated debt

 

$45,892All other liabilities

 

$45,892Total equity capital

 

$45,892Total bank equity capital

 

$0Perpetual preferred stock

 

$1,000Common stock

 

$2,275Surplus

 

$42,617Undivided profits

 

Memoranda

 

$0Noncurrent loans and leases

 

$1,237Noncurrent loans that are wholly or partially guaranteed by the U.S. government

 

$3,701Income earned, not collected on loans

 

$0Earning assets

 

$1,568Long-term assets (5+ years)

 

$457,132Average Assets, year-to-date

 

$57,995Average Assets, quarterly

 

$456,715Volatile liabilities

 

$462,496Insider loans

 

$363,689FHLB advances

 

$463,961Loans and leases held for sale

 

$0Unused loan commitments

 

$0Tier 1 (core) risk-based capital

 

$44,443Tier 2 risk-based capital

 

$0Total risk weighted assets

 

$0Total unused commitments

 

$29,144Restructured Loans and leases

 

$944Derivatives

 

Income and Expense (December 31, 2011)

 

 Dollar figures in thousands

 

$24,587Total interest income

 

$3,222Total interest expense

 

$21,365Net interest income

 

$2,000Provision for loan and lease losses

 

$1,474Total noninterest income

 

$0Fiduciary activities

 

$474Service charges on deposit accounts

 

$0Trading account gains & fees

 

$1,000Additional noninterest income

 

$10,418Total noninterest expense

 

$6,818Salaries and employee benefits

 

$763Premises and equipment expense

 

$2,837Additional noninterest expense

 

$10,421Pre-tax net operating income

 

$0Securities gains (losses)

 

$0Applicable income taxes

 

$10,421Income before extraordinary items

 

$0Extraordinary gains - net

 

$10,421Net income attributable to bank

 

$0Net charge-offs

 

$10,421Cash dividends

 

$903Sale, conversion, retirement of capital stock, net

 

$7,079Net operating income

 

Performance and Condition Ratios (December 31, 2011)

 

 Dollar figures in thousands

 

Performance Ratios (%, annualized)

 

5.52%Yield on earning assets

 

0.72%Cost of funding earning assets

 

4.80%Net interest margin

 

0.33%Noninterest income to earning assets

 

2.34%Noninterest expense to earning assets

 

2.28%Net operating income to assets

 

2.28%Return on assets (ROA)

 

2.28%Pretax return on assets

 

24.28%Return on equity (ROE)

 

7.79%Retained earnings to average equity (YTD only)

 

0.24%Net charge-offs to loans

 

221.48%Credit loss provision to net charge-offs

 

13.76%Efficiency ratio

 

45,615Assets per employee

 

6.33%Cash dividends to net income (YTD only)

 

Condition Ratios (%)

 

67.93%Loss allowance to loans

 

1.39%Loss allowance to noncurrent loans

 

142.53%Noncurrent assets plus other real estate owned to assets

 

0.80%Noncurrent loans to loans

 

0.98%Net loans and leases to deposits

 

90.47%Net loans and leases to core deposits

 

100.57%Equity capital to assets

 

9.80%Core capital (leverage) ratio

 

9.58%Tier 1 risk-based capital ratio

 

12.22%Total risk-based capital ratio

 

Memoranda

 

$13Average assets

 

$456,715Average earning assets

 

$42,923Average equity

 

$445,230Average loans

 

List of branches

 

2 Oklahoma Branches as of April 05, 2012

 

NoIDNameAddressEstablishedService TypeMap015137Quail Creek Bank, National Association12201 North May Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73120December 04, 1974Full Service Brick and Mortar

 

135904712201 North May Avenue Branch12201 North May Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73120January 02, 2001Full Service Cyber

 

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deposits$01,441Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,036Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2022-03-31RankTotal deposits$765,687,0001,100Deposits held in domestic offices$765,687,0001,100Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$742,585,0001,031U.S. Government$0814States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$21,860,0002,244Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$1,242,0001,278Banks in foreign countries$069Foreign governments and official institutions$044Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$331,998,000885Demand deposits$243,987,000834Nontransaction accounts$433,689,0001,177Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$319,908,000691Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$30,688,0002,581Total time deposits$83,095,0001,582Total time and savings deposits$521,700,0001,161Noninterest-bearing deposits$220,663,000973Interest-bearing deposits$545,024,0001,119Retail deposits$729,102,0001,079Estimated insured deposits$494,206,0001,121IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$01,192Brokered deposits$01,604Fully insured brokered deposits$01,439Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,039Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2021-12-31RankTotal deposits$763,084,0001,099Deposits held in domestic offices$763,084,0001,099Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$739,834,0001,030U.S. Government$0909States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$22,008,0002,246Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$1,242,0001,295Banks in foreign countries$071Foreign governments and official institutions$042Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$332,065,000848Demand deposits$243,963,000805Nontransaction accounts$431,019,0001,188Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$315,938,000698Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$30,213,0002,542Total time deposits$84,868,0001,603Total time and savings deposits$519,121,0001,161Noninterest-bearing deposits$225,374,000966Interest-bearing deposits$537,710,0001,114Retail deposits$727,759,0001,070Estimated insured deposits$491,376,0001,124IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$12,207,0001,500Brokered deposits$01,622Fully insured brokered deposits$01,440Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,072Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2021-09-30RankTotal deposits$752,106,0001,098Deposits held in domestic offices$752,106,0001,098Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$731,895,0001,029U.S. Government$0842States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$18,969,0002,371Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$1,242,0001,316Banks in foreign countries$071Foreign governments and official institutions$045Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$322,985,000823Demand deposits$243,538,000775Nontransaction accounts$429,121,0001,214Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$311,297,000707Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$26,016,0002,742Total time deposits$91,808,0001,572Total time and savings deposits$508,568,0001,175Noninterest-bearing deposits$216,578,000983Interest-bearing deposits$535,528,0001,111Retail deposits$710,871,0001,077Estimated insured deposits$479,588,0001,158IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$01,256Brokered deposits$01,690Fully insured brokered deposits$01,502Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,109Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2021-06-30RankTotal deposits$756,810,0001,081Deposits held in domestic offices$756,810,0001,081Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$734,038,0001,015U.S. Government$0841States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$21,778,0002,212Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$994,0001,441Banks in foreign countries$075Foreign governments and official institutions$049Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$320,249,000788Demand deposits$228,916,000777Nontransaction accounts$436,561,0001,195Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$311,299,000691Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$25,898,0002,719Total time deposits$99,364,0001,490Total time and savings deposits$527,894,0001,133Noninterest-bearing deposits$202,998,0001,012Interest-bearing deposits$553,812,0001,066Retail deposits$711,176,0001,055Estimated insured deposits$480,632,0001,148IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$14,307,0001,342Brokered deposits$01,708Fully insured brokered deposits$01,545Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,138Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2021-03-31RankTotal deposits$756,666,0001,058Deposits held in domestic offices$756,666,0001,058Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$735,912,0001,001U.S. Government$0837States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$19,760,0002,292Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$994,0001,455Banks in foreign countries$074Foreign governments and official institutions$043Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$311,302,000759Demand deposits$225,374,000738Nontransaction accounts$445,364,0001,170Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$302,617,000694Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$23,113,0002,845Total time deposits$119,632,0001,278Total time and savings deposits$531,292,0001,128Noninterest-bearing deposits$196,440,0001,025Interest-bearing deposits$560,226,0001,044Retail deposits$696,666,0001,043Estimated insured deposits$478,286,0001,146IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$01,269Brokered deposits$01,785Fully insured brokered deposits$01,593Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,164Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2020-12-31RankTotal deposits$687,404,0001,093Deposits held in domestic offices$687,404,0001,093Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$676,621,0001,019U.S. Government$0909States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$10,038,0003,021Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$745,0001,575Banks in foreign countries$072Foreign governments and official institutions$039Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$291,113,000692Demand deposits$208,388,000681Nontransaction accounts$396,291,0001,271Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$251,570,000765Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$20,363,0002,920Total time deposits$124,358,0001,266Total time and savings deposits$479,016,0001,197Noninterest-bearing deposits$185,157,000977Interest-bearing deposits$502,247,0001,104Retail deposits$624,415,0001,072Estimated insured deposits$451,121,0001,145IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$14,969,0001,291Brokered deposits$01,837Fully insured brokered deposits$01,647Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,214Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2020-09-30RankTotal deposits$675,384,0001,082Deposits held in domestic offices$675,384,0001,082Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$664,849,0001,005U.S. Government$0867States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$10,038,0002,992Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$497,0001,675Banks in foreign countries$074Foreign governments and official institutions$036Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$283,506,000646Demand deposits$200,922,000658Nontransaction accounts$391,878,0001,269Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$243,536,000759Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$19,623,0002,915Total time deposits$128,718,0001,262Total time and savings deposits$474,462,0001,185Noninterest-bearing deposits$175,347,000987Interest-bearing deposits$500,037,0001,079Retail deposits$612,958,0001,062Estimated insured deposits$448,590,0001,140IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$01,324Brokered deposits$01,897Fully insured brokered deposits$01,686Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,250Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNA

2022-06-30RankTotal deposits$759,008,0001,105Deposits held in domestic offices$759,008,0001,105Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$736,980,0001,038U.S. Government$0821States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$19,542,0002,377Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$2,486,0001,120Banks in foreign countries$069Foreign governments and official institutions$039Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$332,796,000884Demand deposits$242,702,000851Nontransaction accounts$426,212,0001,168Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$316,402,000689Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$28,348,0002,715Total time deposits$81,462,0001,591Total time and savings deposits$516,306,0001,163Noninterest-bearing deposits$218,063,000985Interest-bearing deposits$540,945,0001,113Retail deposits$722,382,0001,077Estimated insured deposits$485,792,0001,143IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$12,523,0001,444Brokered deposits$01,600Fully insured brokered deposits$01,441Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,036Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2022-03-31RankTotal deposits$765,687,0001,100Deposits held in domestic offices$765,687,0001,100Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$742,585,0001,031U.S. Government$0814States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$21,860,0002,244Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$1,242,0001,278Banks in foreign countries$069Foreign governments and official institutions$044Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$331,998,000885Demand deposits$243,987,000834Nontransaction accounts$433,689,0001,177Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$319,908,000691Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$30,688,0002,581Total time deposits$83,095,0001,582Total time and savings deposits$521,700,0001,161Noninterest-bearing deposits$220,663,000973Interest-bearing deposits$545,024,0001,119Retail deposits$729,102,0001,079Estimated insured deposits$494,206,0001,121IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$01,192Brokered deposits$01,604Fully insured brokered deposits$01,439Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,039Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2021-12-31RankTotal deposits$763,084,0001,099Deposits held in domestic offices$763,084,0001,099Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$739,834,0001,030U.S. Government$0909States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$22,008,0002,246Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$1,242,0001,295Banks in foreign countries$071Foreign governments and official institutions$042Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$332,065,000848Demand deposits$243,963,000805Nontransaction accounts$431,019,0001,188Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$315,938,000698Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$30,213,0002,542Total time deposits$84,868,0001,603Total time and savings deposits$519,121,0001,161Noninterest-bearing deposits$225,374,000966Interest-bearing deposits$537,710,0001,114Retail deposits$727,759,0001,070Estimated insured deposits$491,376,0001,124IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$12,207,0001,500Brokered deposits$01,622Fully insured brokered deposits$01,440Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,072Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2021-09-30RankTotal deposits$752,106,0001,098Deposits held in domestic offices$752,106,0001,098Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$731,895,0001,029U.S. Government$0842States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$18,969,0002,371Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$1,242,0001,316Banks in foreign countries$071Foreign governments and official institutions$045Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$322,985,000823Demand deposits$243,538,000775Nontransaction accounts$429,121,0001,214Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$311,297,000707Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$26,016,0002,742Total time deposits$91,808,0001,572Total time and savings deposits$508,568,0001,175Noninterest-bearing deposits$216,578,000983Interest-bearing deposits$535,528,0001,111Retail deposits$710,871,0001,077Estimated insured deposits$479,588,0001,158IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$01,256Brokered deposits$01,690Fully insured brokered deposits$01,502Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,109Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2021-06-30RankTotal deposits$756,810,0001,081Deposits held in domestic offices$756,810,0001,081Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$734,038,0001,015U.S. Government$0841States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$21,778,0002,212Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$994,0001,441Banks in foreign countries$075Foreign governments and official institutions$049Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$320,249,000788Demand deposits$228,916,000777Nontransaction accounts$436,561,0001,195Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$311,299,000691Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$25,898,0002,719Total time deposits$99,364,0001,490Total time and savings deposits$527,894,0001,133Noninterest-bearing deposits$202,998,0001,012Interest-bearing deposits$553,812,0001,066Retail deposits$711,176,0001,055Estimated insured deposits$480,632,0001,148IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$14,307,0001,342Brokered deposits$01,708Fully insured brokered deposits$01,545Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,138Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2021-03-31RankTotal deposits$756,666,0001,058Deposits held in domestic offices$756,666,0001,058Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$735,912,0001,001U.S. Government$0837States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$19,760,0002,292Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$994,0001,455Banks in foreign countries$074Foreign governments and official institutions$043Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$311,302,000759Demand deposits$225,374,000738Nontransaction accounts$445,364,0001,170Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$302,617,000694Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$23,113,0002,845Total time deposits$119,632,0001,278Total time and savings deposits$531,292,0001,128Noninterest-bearing deposits$196,440,0001,025Interest-bearing deposits$560,226,0001,044Retail deposits$696,666,0001,043Estimated insured deposits$478,286,0001,146IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$01,269Brokered deposits$01,785Fully insured brokered deposits$01,593Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,164Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2020-12-31RankTotal deposits$687,404,0001,093Deposits held in domestic offices$687,404,0001,093Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$676,621,0001,019U.S. Government$0909States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$10,038,0003,021Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$745,0001,575Banks in foreign countries$072Foreign governments and official institutions$039Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$291,113,000692Demand deposits$208,388,000681Nontransaction accounts$396,291,0001,271Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$251,570,000765Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$20,363,0002,920Total time deposits$124,358,0001,266Total time and savings deposits$479,016,0001,197Noninterest-bearing deposits$185,157,000977Interest-bearing deposits$502,247,0001,104Retail deposits$624,415,0001,072Estimated insured deposits$451,121,0001,145IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$14,969,0001,291Brokered deposits$01,837Fully insured brokered deposits$01,647Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,214Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2020-09-30RankTotal deposits$675,384,0001,082Deposits held in domestic offices$675,384,0001,082Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$664,849,0001,005U.S. Government$0867States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$10,038,0002,992Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$497,0001,675Banks in foreign countries$074Foreign governments and official institutions$036Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$283,506,000646Demand deposits$200,922,000658Nontransaction accounts$391,878,0001,269Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$243,536,000759Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$19,623,0002,915Total time deposits$128,718,0001,262Total time and savings deposits$474,462,0001,185Noninterest-bearing deposits$175,347,000987Interest-bearing deposits$500,037,0001,079Retail deposits$612,958,0001,062Estimated insured deposits$448,590,0001,140IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$01,324Brokered deposits$01,897Fully insured brokered deposits$01,686Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,250Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2020-06-30RankTotal deposits$674,743,0001,072Deposits held in domestic offices$674,743,0001,072Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$664,861,0001,002U.S. Government$0863States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$9,385,0003,100Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$497,0001,716Banks in foreign countries$072Foreign governments and official institutions$036Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$282,001,000613Demand deposits$199,311,000623Nontransaction accounts$392,742,0001,278Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$241,728,000739Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$17,900,0002,997Total time deposits$133,115,0001,258Total time and savings deposits$475,432,0001,182Noninterest-bearing deposits$175,482,000980Interest-bearing deposits$499,261,0001,066Retail deposits$610,651,0001,054Estimated insured deposits$452,348,0001,129IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$13,692,0001,403Brokered deposits$01,932Fully insured brokered deposits$01,731Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,281Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2020-03-31RankTotal deposits$636,480,0001,037Deposits held in domestic offices$636,480,0001,037Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$625,870,000963U.S. Government$0886States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$8,405,0003,191Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$2,205,0001,306Banks in foreign countries$073Foreign governments and official institutions$035Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$246,526,000533Demand deposits$167,654,000550Nontransaction accounts$389,954,0001,236Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$233,640,000717Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$14,428,0003,205Total time deposits$141,886,0001,197Total time and savings deposits$468,826,0001,147Noninterest-bearing deposits$144,099,000914Interest-bearing deposits$492,381,0001,037Retail deposits$568,274,0001,021Estimated insured deposits$426,013,0001,107IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$01,344Brokered deposits$01,987Fully insured brokered deposits$01,759Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,319Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2019-12-31RankTotal deposits$620,157,0001,052Deposits held in domestic offices$620,157,0001,052Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$613,876,000975U.S. Government$01,019States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$5,790,0003,604Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$491,0001,742Banks in foreign countries$073Foreign governments and official institutions$034Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$241,271,000541Demand deposits$166,556,000543Nontransaction accounts$378,886,0001,254Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$223,915,000717Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$14,515,0003,167Total time deposits$140,456,0001,211Total time and savings deposits$453,601,0001,170Noninterest-bearing deposits$141,799,000924Interest-bearing deposits$478,358,0001,048Retail deposits$554,897,0001,030Estimated insured deposits$408,156,0001,139IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$10,305,0001,817Brokered deposits$02,032Fully insured brokered deposits$01,808Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,327Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2019-09-30RankTotal deposits$620,068,0001,045Deposits held in domestic offices$620,068,0001,045Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$614,758,000970U.S. Government$0965States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$4,563,0003,822Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$747,0001,580Banks in foreign countries$073Foreign governments and official institutions$033Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$247,462,000497Demand deposits$117,322,000744Nontransaction accounts$372,606,0001,271Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$217,884,000724Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$13,038,0003,375Total time deposits$141,684,0001,219Total time and savings deposits$502,746,0001,084Noninterest-bearing deposits$90,357,0001,366Interest-bearing deposits$529,711,000962Retail deposits$555,598,0001,022Estimated insured deposits$409,081,0001,139IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$01,521Brokered deposits$02,126Fully insured brokered deposits$01,859Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,327Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2019-06-30RankTotal deposits$610,953,0001,047Deposits held in domestic offices$610,953,0001,047Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$603,993,000974U.S. Government$0960States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$5,979,0003,638Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$981,0001,537Banks in foreign countries$076Foreign governments and official institutions$040Deposits held in foreign officesNANAMemoranda:Transaction accounts$236,471,000522Demand deposits$108,456,000807Nontransaction accounts$374,482,0001,258Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)$220,813,000712Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)$13,011,0003,388Total time deposits$140,658,0001,218Total time and savings deposits$502,497,0001,071Noninterest-bearing deposits$77,572,0001,512Interest-bearing deposits$533,381,000947Retail deposits$547,272,0001,036Estimated insured deposits$404,885,0001,149IRAs and Keogh plan accounts$10,525,0001,830Brokered deposits$02,158Fully insured brokered deposits$01,908Deposits obtained via list services, yet not brokered$01,334Noninterest-bearing depositsNANAInterest-bearing depositsNANA2019-03-31RankTotal deposits$615,581,0001,041Deposits held in domestic offices$615,581,0001,041Individuals, partnerships, and corporations$608,657,000953U.S. Government$0998States and political subdivisions in the U.S.$6,628,0003,573Commercial banks and other depository institutions in U.S.$296,0001,873Banks in foreign countries$078Foreign governments and official institutions$034Deposits held in foreign 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An Extraterrestrial Craft
The Air Force research found absolutely no indication that what happened near
Roswell in 1947, involved any type of extraterrestrial spacecraft. This, of course,
is the crux of this entire matter. “Pro-UFO persons who obtain a copy of this
report, at this point, most probably begin the “cover-up is still on” claims.
Nevertheless, the research indicated absolutely no evidence of any kind that a
spaceship crashed near Roswell or that any alien occupants were recovered
therefrom, in some secret military operation or otherwise. This does not mean,
however, that the early Air Force was not concerned about UFOs. However, in
the early days, ”UFO meant Unidentified Flying Object, which literally translated
as some object in the air that was not readily identifiable. It did not mean, as the
term has evolved in today’s language, to equate to alien spaceships. Records from
the period reviewed by Air Force researchers, as well as those cited by the
authors mentioned before, do indicate that the USAF was seriously concerned
about the inability to adequately identify unknown flying objects reported in
American airspace. All the records, however, indicated that the focus of concern
was not on aliens, hostile or otherwise, but on the Soviet Union. Many documents
from that period speak to the possibility of developmental secret Soviet aircraft
overflying US airspace. This, of course, was of major concern to the fledgling
USAF, whose job it was to protect these same skies

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