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City Council Expected To Vote On Civic Center Rebuild Project In December

The Long Beach City Council is expected to vote on certifying a supplemental environmental impact report (SEIR) and approving a site plan review for...

Long Beach City Council Approves New Master Lessee For Queen Mary

The Long Beach City Council at its meeting on November 17 approved amending a lease contract for the city-owned Queen Mary, allowing Los Angeles-based...

Next Court Hearing On SCIG Rail Yard Project Lawsuit Scheduled For January 28

The next court hearing in the case regarding a proposed $500-million project by Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway to build an on-dock rail...

L.B. Fire Department To Use Online Program For Tracking Fire-Protection System Reports

The Long Beach Fire Department (LBFD) will start using a new online program for tracking reports on the inspection, testing and maintenance of fire-protection...

Ecosystem Restoration Study Tied To Breakwater Reconfiguration To Move Ahead

Following a meeting between Mayor Robert Garcia and Brig. Gen. Mark Toy in San Francisco, the City of Long Beach announced it had reached...

City-Sponsored Minimum Wage Survey Does Not Appear To Be Representative Of The Long Beach...

Mark Twain once said, “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics.”   Surveys can be interpreted in many ways depending upon the...

The Minimum Wage Debate In Long Beach Continues; Economic Development Commission Granted More Time...

Mayor Robert Garcia has granted a request to give the city’s economic development commission (EDC) more time to review studies on the potential impacts...

City Council Overstepping Its Role

Imagine wanting to open a restaurant in Long Beach and the city council dictates the name you must give your establishment, the hours you’re...

Millennials: The Next Generation Of Giving

Recent studies estimate that the millennial generation, those born between 1981 and 1997, stands to inherit between $30 trillion to $59 trillion through a...

Long Beach’s Residential, Commercial Real Estate Markets Continue Positive Trends, With Multi-family Still Driving...

Third quarter data from real estate brokerage firms and organizations illustrate that all of Long Beach’s residential and commercial submarkets are improving, although some...

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