Long Beach State of the City
In his second State of the City address, on January 13, Mayor Robert Garcia will announce that internships for Long Beach students have been increased by 50% in the past year. This puts the City ahead of schedule for meeting the Mayor’s goal of doubling internships in his first term, a commitment that came as part of the City’s partnership in the Long Beach College Promise.
Mayor Robert Garcia – Photo from Facebook
Mayor Robert Garcia delivered his first State of the City Address Tuesday, to an audience of more than 2,000 people, including elected officials, residents and stakeholders at the Terrace Theater in downtown Long Beach.
Due to high demand, an additional 225 tickets will be made available to Long Beach community members who would like to attend the 2014 State of the City. Mayor Bob Foster will deliver his final State of the City in the Pacific Ballroom at the Long Beach Arena on January 14.
Mayor Foster will present the Long Beach State of the City on January 14. – photo courtesy of mayorbobfoster.com
In two weeks, Mayor Bob Foster will deliver the 2014 State of the City address. All Long Beach residents are invited to attend for free, but must reserve a ticket for admission.
Mayor Bob Foster
Mayor Bob Foster will deliver the 2012 State of the City on January 9 at the Center Theater/ Long Beach Performing Arts Center. All Long Beach residents are invited to attend for free, but you must reserve a ticket for admission.
Despite a dismal economy and drastic budget cuts, the City of Long Beach was able to complete several significant environmental initiatives, neighborhood improvement projects and infrastructure improvements, as well as earn several prestigious awards in 2010.
Don’t have tickets for the 2011 State of the City? Don’t worry, it will be webstreamed live tonight at 7:00 pm, at www.longbeach.gov.
LBTV, (Charter channel 3, Verizon FiOs channel 21) will be re-broadcasting the State of the City on the following dates and times:
Councilmember Robert Garcia
City Councilmember Robert Garcia will present his first State of the First District report on Monday August 23 at 6pm in the Renaissance High School Auditorium, 238 East 8th Street. The event is open to the public on a first come first serve basis.
Vice Mayor Val Lerch, 9th District Council Member, will appear on Swoop’s World Radio Wednesday night at 9 P.M. Mr. Lerch will be the second City Council Member to visit the relatively new Long Beach Radio broadcast, following Council Member Tonia Reyes Uranga who appeared on December 30th.
Mayor Bob Foster will deliver the 2010 State of the City on January 12 in the Terrace Theater, at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center. All Long Beach residents are invited to attend for free, but you must reserve a ticket for admission.