The bill would require corporations to build, manage and finance waste recycling systems.
Most of the improvements are expected to be completed by 2022
Fred Allen III just wanted his business marquee to be fresh but now its jokes have a following all its own.
Other colleagues of Al Austin described him as one of the most respectful councilman they’ve worked with. The dispute stems in part from Austin’s vote on hotel worker protections.
The project was originally estimated to cost $58 million but it could now cost as much as $110 million when accounting for contingencies and soft costs.
With the Alamitos concession stand already under construction, the city will now focus on the Granada and Junipero locations. The latter are expected to be done by summer 2020.
The City Council voted unanimously to include straws in its current ban on foam products on Tuesday, Feb. 4.
Seven candidates vying to represent Downtown Long Beach on the City Council answered questions on housing, homelessness and the Broadway Corridor Thursday night.
Fire Station 9 closed in June 2019 because of ongoing mold issues but the city says it’s making progress toward bringing it home.
The group Save Our Fremont Playground was organized in September after the Long Beach Unified School District announced it was fencing off Fremont Elementary School—the last school to be closed due to safety concerns, district officials said.