Long Beach City council members are bracing for revenue shortfalls after reviewing the city’s 2020 fiscal year budget update Tuesday night.
The Daily Forty-Niner, in conjunction with the Long Beach Post, held a live-streamed conference with President Jane Close Conoley, April 9. Conoley answered COVID-19-related questions that were submitted by the Long Beach State community.
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.
Members outlined their vision for the future in detailed document
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The 54 page document funds everything from salaries to events
Each semester, The Daily 49er tries to fit into President Jane Close Conoley’s busy schedule to catch up with her
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