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3rd District Councilwoman Suzie Price Councilwoman Suzie Price will lead the Long Beach City Council in presenting a resolution celebrating “Norooz,” the Persian New Year at today’s Council meeting. Norooz translates to “New Day” and begins on the first day of spring at the moment of the equinox.
Councilmembers Price and Mungo to Host Reception Honoring Outgoing LBPD East Division Commander Paul LeBaron
Outgoing Long Beach Police Department East Division Commander Paul LeBaron Long Beach City Councilwoman Suzie Price, Third District, and Councilwoman Stacy Mungo, Fifth District, will be hosting a reception to honor outgoing Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) East Division Commander Paul LeBaron on Monday, March 9, 2015 at the Gaslamp Restaurant.
The community is invited to celebrate the addition of Sunday hours at the Bay Shore Neighborhood Library, 195 Bay Shore Ave. on Sunday, February 22, at 1:00 pm. The six-month pilot program to open and offer a full array of library services on Sundays, from 1:00 to 4:00 pm, beginning February 22, and is funded through Council District 3 non-recurring funds.
Mayor Robert Garcia, Councilmember Suzie Price, the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Marine, and the Tidelands Capital Improvement Division invite the public to the Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool “Closing Ceremony” on Sunday, Oct.
SEADIP Project Area Map The public is invited to attend community workshops to learn more about the Southeast Area Specific Plan, a three-year effort to comprehensively review and update the zoning code historically known as the Southeast Area Development and Improvement Plan (SEADIP).
SEADIP Project Area Map The City of Long Beach has begun a new effort to comprehensively review and update the project historically known as the Southeast Area Development and Improvement Plan (SEADIP), an area covering 1,500 acres of southeast Long Beach.
A 1.5-mile section of Atherton Street between Bellflower Boulevard and Studebaker Road is being improved with new center island medians, curbs and gutters. “More than 37,000 pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users and motorists travel along this street daily, and this street enhancement project will benefit them, the community and our city’s infrastructure as well,” Mayor Bob Foster said.
Work is entering the final phase on a project to alleviate congestion at the intersection of southbound Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) at Second Street. The project will add a second left turn lane and provide room for right turns onto Second Street without blocking through-traffic, and add sidewalk along PCH.
Looking for a cool place to beat the heat? Join the City of Long Beach and Friends of Colorado Lagoon (FOCL) as they celebrate the Grand Re-opening of the Colorado Lagoon on Saturday, August 25, 2012 from 10:00am to 2:00pm.
Councilmember Patrick O'Donnell Patrick O’Donnell, a Long Beach City Councilman and Rivers and Mountains Conservancy (RMC) board member, has helped secure $500,000 of grant money to support the Colorado Lagoon Re-vegetation and Restoration Project.