05/19/2023 - 8:02am
The Port of Long Beach has released plans for an ambitious facility conceived to help California and the nation reach renewable energy targets in the coming decades. The floating offshore wind facility – known as Pier Wind – would support the manufacture and assembly of offshore wind turbines standing as tall as the Eiffel Tower. It would be the largest facility at any U.S. seaport specifically...
05/19/2023 - 8:00am
In 2013, the Port of Long Beach began a construction project on a new bridge to replace the Gerald Desmond Bridge. The project for the new bridge was funded by the Port of Long Beach, Caltrans, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration and Los Angeles Metro. Along with a new bridge, the project also called for a new bike path to be created, for Long Beach’s local...
Long Beach History
05/19/2023 - 7:52am
In my March 24 article about El Dorado Park, I discussed how the park came to be. But progress wasn’t over. 1965 saw the start of development of El Dorado Park East, its design created to provide an “outdoors” atmosphere for those who did not have time to visit the mountains as often as they would like. It was paid for partly with state bond funds. On July 27, 1965, work began on a 75-acre flat...
THE CENTER DIVIDER on Santa Fe Avenue in west Long Beach is marked by trees and shrubbery. Some of that has come from programs supported by the city and local businesses in recent years.
05/19/2023 - 7:41am
The Long Beach City Council earlier this month voted to approve two west side redevelopment corridors – to improve quality of life for local residents and to bring more opportunities for economic development to the city. The council approved updates to zoning ordinances in the two corridors – one is on Santa Fe Ave. between Wardlow Road and Pacific Coast Highway; and the second corridor is on...

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