LB CPAC Invites Residents To Provide Input on New Civic Center Project at March Meeting

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The Long Beach Central Project Area Council, Inc. (LB CPAC) will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, March 5, 2015, at Queens Wharf Restaurant / Berth 55 Fish Market and Seafood Deli.

The focus of the meeting will be a conversation with Plenary-Edgemoor Civic Partners (PECP) about the new Civic Center in downtown Long Beach.  PECP is the team selected by the City Council to develop this important project.  The meeting is a special community outreach event to directly engage residents of the community in order to share information and gather input to PECP about ideas, issues and opinions.  Several community groups within LB CPAC are very much interested in the new Civic Center project and LB CPAC looks forward to the opportunity to provide meaningful community input at this meeting.

Berth 55 will be providing some of their fantastic appetizers as well as soft drinks.  Their terrific seafood meals – there is also a full bar – will be available for purchase.  They will be staying open later that evening especially for the meeting.

Everyone in Long Beach is invited to attend.  LB CPAC looks forward to seeing a large turnout.  In addition to the main topic, there will be opportunities for members of the community to briefly address the group about other concerns and issues.

The Long Beach Central Project Area Council meeting is Thursday, March 5, 2015, at 6pm at Queens Wharf Restaurant / Berth 55 Fish Market and Seafood Deli, 555 Pico Avenue, Long Beach, 90813.

The Long Beach Central Project Area Council, Inc. (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.
All are 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, Annie Greenfeld, President, at 562-225-9462.

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