Long Beach Don Knabe
Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe, former Long Beach Mayor Beverly O’Neill and Long Beach Rescue Mission Executive Director Robert Probst present Cathy Taylor the Community Leadership Award.
Business, nonprofit, educational, church, healthcare, government and community leaders gathered at the Renaissance Friday to celebrate community and to pray for those serving and working in Long Beach.
Keynote speaker Phil Cooke with former Long Beach Mayor Beverly O’Neill
Business, nonprofit, educational, church, government and community leaders gathered at the Renaissance Thursday to celebrate community and to pray for those serving and working in Long Beach.
Mayor Bob Foster, Sixth District City Councilmember Dee Andrews and the Departments of Parks, Recreation & Marine and Public Works invite the public to a grand opening event for the Chittick Field sports complex, on Wednesday, April 23 at 11:00 am.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe addresses the crowd in Long Beach during the annual State of the County speech.
Supervisor Don Knabe addressed the state of Los Angeles County and the Fourth District at a luncheon at the Long Beach Convention Center last week.
More than 8,000 children in Los Angeles County, including 600 children from the greater Long Beach area are in need of a temporary safe, stable and loving foster home. In L.A. County, nearly 500 children of all ages and ethnicities are waiting for a permanent, loving adoptive family of their own.
4th District Supervisor Don Knabe delivers his State of the County speech.
Last week in Long Beach, Supervisor Don Knabe addressed the current state of Los Angeles County before a crowd of more than 1,500 community and business leaders.
The Termino Avenue Drain Project has successfully improved protection from floods that FEMA has relieved homeowners in the area of insurance requirements. (Photo from Termino Avenue Drain Project EIR 2007)
Long Beach property owners near Colorado Lagoon will no longer be required to obtain mandatory flood insurance for federally backed mortgages, Supervisor Don Knabe announced today.
Victim Lashown Fils pictured with his son
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, at the recommendation of Supervisor Don Knabe, issued a $10,000 reward for information leading to arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the murder of 26-year-old Lashown Fils of Long Beach.
Los Angeles Supervisor Don Knabe
This week, I have asked the Board of Supervisors to declare September “School Attendance Month.” For many of us, attending school is a no-brainer. But for some children, it can be an ongoing challenge, with devastating results.
Don and Julie Knabe
On May 31, Rancho Los Alamitos will honor Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe and his wife Julie with the inaugural Cottonwood Award for their leadership and support of historic, cultural and environmental preservation.