Plenary/Edgemoor Civic Partnership (PECP) is one step closer to possibly designing Long Beach's future civic center, following last night's vote at the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners meeting.
The steering committee behind analyzing the two proposed designs for Long Beach’s future civic center has opted to support the design presented by Plenary/Edgemoor Civic Partnership (PECP), a recommendation that will be presented to City Council for approval next Tuesday.
The Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) will be entering the new year with a bang of their own as they expand and entirely renovate their offices in order to “ensure creativity and connectivity to the Downtown community remains alive and well,” in the words of DLBA President and CEO Kraig Kojian.
A free screening of the award-winning documentary Growing Cities will be shown on Wednesday, November 12 from 5:00PM to 8:00PM at the Main Library in Long Beach. Attend to learn and discuss better sustainability practices for Long Beach regarding food production.
Those of you environmentally-minded innovators who have ideas burning through your pockets and collecting dust in the back of your mind, now is one of those opportunities to share your genius for a worthy cause: improving Long Beach.
Shortly after the Long Beach Airport was recognized by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), the Colorado Lagoon was also awarded, marking Long Beach’s second acknowledgement this year from the esteemed society.