Los nuevos proyectos de construcción residencial iniciados después de enero de 2021 ahora deberán reservar algunas unidades para inquilinos de bajos ingresos.
Los inquilinos afectados por COVID-19 estarán protegidos del desalojo hasta al menos finales de septiembre en Long Beach
A total of 13 people were cited for fireworks use on the Fourth of July and now city leaders are looking to stiffer fines and better enforcement to ensure a more peaceful holiday next year.
Fire Station 9’s resources were relocated to other stations on opposite sides of the city last year, but the new lease agreement could bring them back under the same roof just miles away from their former home in the Los Cerritos area.
The adopted policy will set aside 11% of new rental units for very-low income households and 10% of new ownership units for moderate income households.
Evictions though the end of September will be barred if a tenant can prove that COVID-19 has financially affected the household.
The inclusionary housing ordinance could require set percentages of new construction project to be affordable housing units. Housing advocates say the majority of those units should be set aside for very-low income households.
The current moratorium that prohibits evictions is set to expire at the end of July, but the City Council could extend it one more month Tuesday night.
The Long Beach Marathon is the next scheduled large event in Long Beach but unlike others during COVID-19, organizers have yet to pull the plug on it.
Long Beach se convertirá en una de las 15 ciudades que experimentarán con dar a los residentes un ingreso básico incondicional a algunos de sus residentes a través de un programa piloto financiado con dinero privado.