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Community Hospital One Step Closer To Reopening The Long Beach City Council is making a decision next Tuesday, February 19, on an agreement with Molina,...

Rental Properties – City Council To Consider Tenant Protection Policies

When city staff invited Long Beach property owners and tenant advocates for a joint “tenant protections focus group” meeting in September 2018, it quickly...

U.S. Navy Letter Raises Serious Concerns About Modifications To Breakwater

The United States Navy has serious concerns about the City of Long Beach’s East San Pedro Bay Ecosystem Restoration Study, an ongoing endeavor by...

With Huntington Beach Lawsuit, Newsom Signals Aggressive Housing Strategy

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has directed the state to sue the City of Huntington Beach for failing to comply with its affordable housing goals....

Hotel Association Lawsuit Over Measure WW Might Lead To Changes Across The State

Measure WW, a ballot initiative that created safety and workload regulations for hotel workers in Long Beach, is now the subject of a lawsuit...

Acura Grand Prix Of Long Beach New Title Sponsor Of The ‘Number One Street...

Honda luxury brand Acura has signed a multi-year agreement to become the title sponsor of the Grand Prix of Long Beach – just in...

Long Beach Police Officers Issued 50,000 Fewer Tickets For Moving Violations In 2017 Compared...

Data provided to the Business Journal by Long Beach Director of Financial Management John Gross shows that annual moving violation revenues generated by Long...

Long Beach Approves Purchase Of Year-Round Homeless Shelter

The Long Beach City Council has approved the establishment of a year-round, 125-bed homeless shelter and services center located in Long Beach’s 9th Council...

Vice Mayor Dee Andrews Kicks Off City Effort To Develop 2030 Strategic Plan

A motion made by Long Beach Vice Mayor Dee Andrews during the February 5 city council meeting kicked off the city’s process to create...

City Council Begins Process To Form Voter-Approved Ethics Commission

On November 6, 2018, Long Beach voters approved Measure CCC, starting the process to establish an ethics commission for the City of Long Beach. During...

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