DRC March Forum to Feature Presentation on Proposed Civic Center Project
2014-03-14 · By Editor
On March 17, 2014, at 7pm, the Downtown Residential Council (DRC) will hold its March Forum at The Reef Restaurant, 880 Harbor Scenic Drive. The Forum will feature a presentation and discussion on the Proposed Civic Center Project. Amy Bodek, Director of Development Services at the City of Long Beach will be the guest speaker.
The project is of special interest to downtown residents who are part of the DRC, but the public is welcome to attend the free event. The Reef Restaurant will have St. Patrick’s Day bar specials, and The Queen’s Room where the event takes place has a commanding view of downtown, including the current city hall building.
The Downtown Residential Council is composed of resident leaders from the six Downtown neighborhood associations: Promenade Area Residents Association, Ocean Residents Community Association, North Pine Neighborhood Alliance, West Gateway Community Association, Willmore City Heritage Association, and East Village Association.
“The DRC has representatives from a cross section of downtown residents within our affiliated neighborhood organization members. We share a common goal and passion for helping to make our urban neighborhoods a desirable and fun place to live and work. The proposed Civic Center Project is important to our residents and we are pleased that Amy Bodek will be our guest speaker” said Joe Ganem, DRC President.