Phase Three Connected Corridor launches with community meeting at Burnett Library

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connected-corridor-phase-threeAre you someone who is contributing to the neighborhood? The type of person who likes to share the “connectivity news” with others. Then you need to attend the Meet and Greet for the official launch of the Connected Corridor’s Phase Three!

The Leadership Long Beach Connected Corridor committee wants to learn from you who else needs to be included in this transformational project to empower stakeholders and create connectivity along the Atlantic Corridor.

The Phase Three Meet and Greet takes place tonight June 30 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Burnett Library, 560 E. Hill Street. Space is limited so please R.S.V.P. (562) 997-9194 or

Leadership Long Beach is informing and engaging people who work and live along the Atlantic Corridor, now the Connected Corridor. Their mission is transforming neighborhoods into one community by creating connectivity and empowering stakeholders from the top of the town to downtown.

The successes of the Connected Corridor and it’s grantees will be used to create a “Blueprint for the Future” for implementation on other Long Beach corridors. This project is made possible by Long Beach Community Foundation with funding from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

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