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BHVBrussel-Halle-Vilvoorde (Flemish)
BHVBazar de l'Hôtel de Ville (French)
BHVBrowser History Viewer
BHVBovine Herpesvirus
BHVBedrijfs Hulp Verlening (Dutch: Business Assistance Grant)
BHVBruxelles Halle Vilvorde (French)
BHVBeacon Hill Village (Boston, Massachusetts)
BHVBead Hive (jewelry makers & bead suppliers)
BHVBig Horn Velo (cycling organization; New York)
BHVBuffet de l'Hôtel de Ville (French; restaurant; Belgium)
BHVBowers Harbor Vineyards (Michigan)
BHVBaker Hughes Video (well logging)
BHVBaring Hellenic Ventures
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Contract awarded for Beacon Hill Village sannae-myeon small water facilities improved construction
In Beacon Hill Village, one of the first "villages" in this country, neighbors came together to develop a support system that enables seniors to continue to live in their own homes.
Now approaching its 10th anniversary, Beacon Hill Village (BHV) embodies the Holy Grail of long-term care: full-service care and support for people aging in place at home.
Another model that fascinates me is the Beacon Hill Village in Boston.
According to the Beacon Hill Village Web site, www.
Beacon Hill Village was established as the result of several longtime residents having no desire to leave their treasured neighborhood and move to traditional retirement settings.
If residents of the neighborhood are of moderate means and wish to become members of Beacon Hill Village, reduced rates and credits are available to them and generously supported by neighbors and foundations.