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Residents Ready for Another Round of Visioning Workshops in Second District

4th St and 7th St Visioning Workshops On Saturday, July 26, stakeholders are invited to participate in one or both workshops with an urban design architect funded by Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal to help stakeholders living and working along 4th & 7th Streets craft a visioning plan for both corridors.

Councilmember Lowenthal to Host 4th & 7th Street Visioning Workshops

Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal Councilmember Suja Lowenthal Councilmember Suja Lowenthal is funding an urban design architect to help stakeholders living and working along 4th & 7th Streets craft a visioning plan for both corridors. The goal is to enhance their status as community serving business corridors while making them safer and more pedestrian friendly.

Volunteers needed for East 7th Street Corridor Community Clean Up

9th district spring cleaning Volunteers are needed for a Community Clean Up hosted by Councilmember Suja Lowenthal on Saturday, March 22 from 9:00am to 12:00pm along the East Seventh Street corridor. Activities will include mulching 125 newly planted trees, litter pick up, chalk stenciling with youth at transit stops, small business meet & greet teams and Go Long Beach reporting crews.

Officials Dedicate Craftsman Village Park this Saturday

Craftsman Village Park Craftsman Village Park will open Saturday, September 14, 2013. Photo from the Craftsman Village Facebook Page. The office of Vice Mayor Robert Garcia and the Departments of Parks, Recreation & Marine, and Public Works invite the public to attend a dedication ceremony for the new Craftsman Village Park on Saturday, September 14 at 10 am.

7th Street Tree Planting Helps to Revitalize Historic Corridor

sujalowenthal-7thstreet-tre Councilmember Suja Lowenthal (center) with volunteers and leaders from the Rose Park Neighborhood Association, East 7th Street Collaboration, Craftsman Village Historic District and North Alamitos Beach Association. On Saturday, Councilmember Suja Lowenthal planted one of fifteen trees to mark the end of a busy week with 88 new trees being placed in empty tree wells all along East 7th Street from Alamitos to Junipero Avenue.

Celebrate 7th Street Corridor Improvements with a Tree Planting this Weekend

7th Street Corridor tree planting Volunteers are needed for a community tree planting along the Seventh Street corridor in Rose Park this weekend. Second District Councilmember Suja Lowenthal, residents and volunteers from Rose Park Neighborhood Association, East Seventh Street Collaboration, Craftsman Village Historic District and North Alamitos Beach Association will also celebrate recent and ongoing improvements contributing to the revitalization of the historic corridor prior to planting trees.

Councilmember Suja Lowenthal to Host Second District Budget Forums

Suja-Lowenthal-th Councilmember Suja Lowenthal With the recent release of budget proposals from the Mayor and City Manager, the City Council will be considering significant changes to the structure of your local government leading up to adoption in mid-September.

Residents Join Together for an Evening of History, and Conversation at the Annual E. 7th St. Birthday Party

the Annual E. 7th St. Birthday Party The collective neighborhoods of Craftsman Village, North Alamitos Beach and Rose Park along with their E. 7th St. retailers will once again celebrate shared history Tuesday, November 29th at Rivera’s Mexican Restaurant. A 1.5 mile square area that includes these neighborhoods was annexed to the City of Long Beach on November 29, 1909.

Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal Presents the State of the Second District 2011

Suja-Lowenthal-th Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal On Tuesday, September 27, 2011, at Bixby Park, Vice Mayor and Second District Councilmember Suja Lowenthal will deliver the State of the Second District 2011 and share achievements, challenges and goals for the future with residents and business owners.

Caltrans Grants $900,000 to Repair City’s Worst Intersection

beware of scams Project paves way for “Armory Park,” for which City will seek $1.82 million State grant Councilmember Robert Garcia announced Tuesday that a $900,000 grant from Caltrans will fund major traffic repairs and mitigation measures at the City’s most dangerous intersection, removing the biggest obstacle to the long-envisioned creation of a park at that location.

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