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The Health Department continues to encourage flu vaccinations for all people 6 months of age and older. Health officials are reminding Long Beach residents that it’s not too early to get a flu shot now, because outbreaks can occur as early as October.
Mayor Robert Garcia – Photo from Facebook In response to a request by Mayor Robert Garcia, the Long Beach Economic Development Commission will create an Economic Development Blueprint to support the creation of businesses, well-paying jobs, and increased economic activity.
The City of Long Beach has joined the White House Data Driven Justice Initiative (DDJ), joining more than 100 cities seeking to disrupt the cycle of incarceration.
Centro CHA, Mayor Robert Garcia and First District Councilperson Lena Gonzalez are sponsoring an important lecture and panel discussion, Latino Urbanism: Defining a Model for Economic and Cultural Development on Thursday, October 13, 2016, 4:30-7 PM at the Museum of Latin American Art.
The City of Long Beach has announced that a tentative agreement has been reached between the City of Long Beach and the IAM, which represents approximately 2,700 City Employees.
The community is invited to provide input on Sustainable City Action Plan (SCAP) priorities for the coming year, during the Sustainable City Commission meeting on Thursday, August 25, from 4:00 to 6:00 pm in the Long Beach City Council Chamber, 333 W.
Kathryn McDermott City Manager Patrick H. West today named Kathryn McDermott, a highly qualified executive with more than 30 years of experience in business development and real estate, as Interim Director of Economic and Property Development.
At the August 16th City Council meeting, the City Council approved the purchase and sale agreement of 30 parcels near the new Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library by LAB Holding, LLC (The LAB) for $6,943,200. The locations are part of past Redevelopment Agency lots now owned by the City through the Long Beach Successor Agency Long Range Property Management Plan.
Mayor Robert Garcia – Photo from Facebook Mayor Robert Garcia will host the first ever Mayor’s Long Beach Business Awards today, Friday, August 12, at the offices of Keesal, Young and Logan. 50 business leaders will be recognized for outstanding contributions to Long Beach.
At the August 2nd City Council meeting, the City Council approved the purchase of property at Artesia Blvd. and Atlantic Ave. by Frontier Real Estate Investments, LLC for $2,100,000. The location is one of several past Redevelopment Agency parcels now owned by the City through the Long Beach Successor Agency Long Range Property Management Plan.