Press Release Submitted to the Beachcomber
08/06/2018 - 7:19pm
Citizens About Responsible Planning (CARP) Monday made the following statements in opposition to charter amendments that will be discussed at the final session for public comment at a meeting to be hosted on August 7 at  3 p.m. in p.m. in council chambers:   CARP opposes placing any measures on any ballot at this time, for the following reasons.   Fiscal responsibility: Ballot placement...
08/02/2018 - 3:10pm
JUMPING FOR JOY and staying active at The Youth Center’s Camp SHARK are (left to right) Daniel Lumme, Tate Leverentz, Connor Leverentz and a few of their friends keeping cool in the shade at Rossmoor Park. The kids got equipment including misters this summer thanks to a grant from Run Seal Beach. The Youth Center also partnered with Rossmoor Community Services District to bring another successful...
08/02/2018 - 3:06pm
The future of Boeing’s former C-17 Globemaster III manufacturing plant is slowly becoming clearer as the City of Long Beach and the aircraft manufacturer continue gathering input from local stakeholders in creating a vision for development at the mostly vacant property. The site, once used for designing, building and maintaining the military cargo plane from the 1980s to late 2015, includes...
NEW TRUSTEE UDUAK-JOE NTUK is sworn in by Long Beach Councilman Rex Richardson as wife Tunua Thrash-Ntuk stands by.
08/02/2018 - 3:04pm
Three members of the Long Beach Community College Board of Trustees were sworn-in during the board’s July 24 meeting. Sunny Zia, who was first elected by the public in 2014 to represent Area 3, was sworn-in for another four-year term as trustee. She also was chosen by her trustee colleagues to become board president, a position that spans one year. Zia was not re-elected, but rather, appointed,...
08/02/2018 - 2:49pm
Mayor Robert Garcia and City Manager Patrick H. West recently presented the City of Long Beach’s Proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 Budget. The proposed FY 19 budget addresses many critical issues that are of concern to Long Beach residents. A few are listed below. Homelessness Currently, the City spends approximately $14 million on Homeless Services, Outreach and Response utilizing Federal...

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