Long Beach public meeting
The City of Long Beach is in the final stages of updating its General Plan, and the public is invited to provide input on the City’s vision for future land use and urban design by attending an Open House on Wednesday, November 2, from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, at the First Congregational Church of Long Beach, 241 Cedar Ave.
The City of Long Beach invites civic leaders from throughout Southern California to attend the California Cities Violence Prevention Network (CCVPN) workshop, to collaborate and share ideas for reducing crime and achieving safe and healthy neighborhoods, as part of the City’s Safe Long Beach efforts.
The Long Beach Parks and Recreation Commission will hold a special meeting on Monday, June 15, at 6:30 pm to seek public comment, and to vote on the type of infill materials to be used for all future synthetic field projects. The Commission will also seek public comment, and to vote on potential amenities such as lights and fencing that will be considered for approval as part of the El Dorado West soccer field conversion.
The City of Long Beach is holding community meetings in each Council District to inform the public, and solicit feedback, about the Long Beach Civic Center Project (Project).
The City of Long Beach has been selected to join a U.S. Department of Justice National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention (Forum). The national designation will enable the City to apply for federal grant awards to implement its Safe Long Beach Violence Prevention Plan (Safe Long Beach).
Jon W. Slangerup expected to be named the Port of Long Beach’s new Chief Executive.
The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners is scheduled to vote Monday, June 30, to name Jon W. Slangerup, a veteran corporate executive with extensive experience in global logistics and environmental technologies, as the Port of Long Beach’s new Chief Executive.
Senator Ted Lieu will host a public hearing next week titled Pollution Risks of Aviation Fuel: Looking Forward to an Unleaded Alternative.
Supporters of cleaner, safer air and reduced pollution from exhaust around high-density areas like Los Angeles will review pollution risks from lead and explore alternatives during a public hearing in Westchester by Sen.
The Covered California Town Hall meeting takes place this Friday on the CSULB campus.
The next few weeks and months will see much debate and actions on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), including enrollment for the ACA which will begin Oct.
Collapsed dome of the Long Beach Polytechnic High School building is visible through the school’s front entrance, after the earthquake of March 10, 1933. Photo from the Long Beach Public Library Digital Archive.
Eighty years ago on March 10, 1933, Long Beach was hit at 5:54 pm by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake, causing an estimated $50 million dollars in damages and 120 deaths.
The community is invited to attend a free public meeting regarding the future of alternative fuels, advanced technology for the transportation industry, and hydrogen fuel cell electric cars. The Long Beach Clean Cities Coalition (Coalition) is hosting the meeting on October 25, 2012 at 2:00 pm at 2600 Temple Ave., Long Beach.