LB CPAC Host Monthly Meeting Thursday, April 4
2013-04-01 · By Editor
The Long Beach Central Project Area Council (LB CPAC) will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, April 4, 2013 at St Mary Medical Center. The meeting will be in the Green Room in the Paar Building. Park in the parking structure.
The agenda will, include two hot topics:
- Mental Health America’s upcoming move to 1955 Long Blvd.; and
- Ice cream trucks in our neighborhoods.
Dave Pilon and Paul Berry of Mental Health America (MHA) have confirmed their attendance at the Apr. 4, 2013 LB CAC meeting. A representative of the City Manager’s Office will also attend. It has been a several year process of transferring the Federally owned Schroeder Hall facility on Willow at Grand to the City of Long Beach. Federal regulations for such a transfer require a “homeless component’ as part of the deal. Putting an MHA facility at the 1955 Long Beach Blvd. site is part of that component. Our panel will be able answer many questions you may have about the accommodation of a “homeless component” as well as the plans for the new facility and its potential impact on the surrounding neighborhood. The property on Willow is expected to become the basis for a new East Division Police – LBPD – Station.
Sammy Portillo Will give a presentation about ice cream truck issues – including noise. He has done extensive research on the matter and will be presenting possible solutions for discussion.
Goals for the LB CPAC Over the next months, the LB CPAC will be setting important goals for the organization. Please bring your ideas and share them during this agenda item.
Representatives of the 6th District City Council Office and of the 7th District City Council Office have been requested to attend to give updates, answer questions and listen to LB CPAC concerns.
The Long Beach Central Project Area Council (LB CPAC) meeting is Thursday, April 4 at 6pm at St. Mary Medical Center 1050 Linden Ave, Long Beach 90813.
The Long Beach Central Project Area Council (LB CPAC) replaces the Central Project Area Committee for Redevelopment which ceased to exist when the Redevelopment Agencies were eliminated by Governor Brown in 2012.
Everyone is welcome to attend the meetings and the group is actively recruiting new members. There are individual, business and community group categories of membership. For more information about LB CPAC, contact the President, Annie Greenfeld at 562-225-9462.