At the JetBlue Long Beach Marathon Sunday, members of the Native community raised awareness about the administration’s discussions of adding a temporary parking lot at Puvungna.
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Plans to build affordable housing in Downtown Long Beach are in the works, according to Garcia. His goal is to help Long Beach teachers and students.
Long Beach Unified School District’s decision to restrict after hours access to Fremont Elementary playground draws outrage from concerned parents.
Many Long Beach residents are angry with changes made to Broadway. With fewer lanes and less space, bikers and drivers alike have raised safety concerns.
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.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke about housing, gentrification, corporate lobbying and gun reform at a rally at Long Beach City College, Tuesday.
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.
As the nationwide epidemic continues to spread, Long Beach has warned individuals of location of possible contamination.