Bring Your Own Long Beach Offers Customers a sustainable option that help reduce the City of Long Beach’s Ecological Footprint
Author: Nikki Nelsen
The California State University Board of Trustees discussed adding a quantitative reasoning course requirement as a way to better prepare students for the difficulty of attending a CSU out of high school.
ASI purchased a new solar cart early September after being selected to receive a Calrecycle grant for $60,000. The cart helps ASI transport non-perishable food selections to the Beach Pantry.
The city council limited public comment to three speakers per item and delegated only 90 seconds if there are more than 10 people speaking on an issue. The adjustment was made in hopes of lessening the length of city council meetings.
The allocated funds for language interpretation services upset many Long Beach residents who use them. City council voted to not increase the language interpretation budget after a five hour meeting.
CSULBl has hired new people as chief of staff and ASI executive director. Both administrators are excited to become part of the university and bring with them a passion for education.
The Mammal Lab’s survey asks pet owners to answer questions about their experiences with coyotes. Over 1,200 submissions have been received so far, and it will run through the fall semester.
City council members, employees and nearly 2,000 guests gathered to celebrate the grand opening of the new city hall, civic center and Port of Long Beach headquarters, Monday.
Close to 250 people gathered at Harvey Milk Park July 6, and marched to the Long Beach Immigration and Customs Enforcement office to protest the agency’s presence in the city.
LBSU Swing Dance club offers people social dance with swing dance.