CEO Elliot Lewis of Catalyst Cannabis examines the ongoing dispute with the Long Beach city council, creating a localized ripple effect of cold-shouldered responses while becoming a beacon of hope for independent cannabis dispensaries.
Tag: Long Beach City Council
Long Beach City Council continues to grapple with homelessness crisis
The Long Beach City Council further addressed the city’s ongoing homelessness crisis by introducing the Homelessness Strategic Plan.
Beach Weekly S10E4: New ASI measures, Long Beach businesses burglarized, SOTU recap & more
Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S10E4: New ASI measures, Long Beach businesses burglarized, SOTU recap & more
Council members vote yes to fund ALPR equipment, residents frustrated
Additional “spy gear” for the Long Beach Police Department brought up issues of privacy, targeted minority arrests and immigration safety.
Beach Weekly S10E3: OHOS protest on campus, China’s spy balloon odyssey & more
Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S10E3 – OHOS protest on campus, China’s spy balloon odyssey & more
Metro policy reevaluated after Long Beach homeless surge
L.A. Metro’s end-of-line policy has been blamed for Long Beach’s growing homeless population.
Long Beach’s new Housing Element encourages CSULB to build their own housing
The Long Beach Housing Element, amongst the first of its kind approved by the state, aims to improve housing conditions in general.
CSULB graduates continue to struggle with finding affordable housing in Long Beach
In an effort to accommodate lower-income residents, the city is in the process of enforcing a policy that requires buildings to designate a certain percentage of units for affordable housing.
Long Beach City Council unanimously recognizes Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month
During Tuesday’s meeting, councilmembers voted to approve the recognition and celebration of the AAPI community during the month of May.
Long Beach City Council approves health strategic plan, moves forward with tree replacement program
Councilmembers came to a unanimous vote in approving the strategic five-year plan for citywide health improvement and an eco-friendly tree replacing motive.