The spike came thanks to an unexpected stream of funds from reassessments in the city’s former Redevelopment Agency project areas.
Proposition 218, also known as the Right to Vote on Taxes Act, added two new articles to the California Constitution that limit local governments’ ability to raise certain taxes without voter approval, particularly those pertaining to property ownership.
City and airport officials gathered this afternoon for the ribbon-cutting of the new facility, which opens for public use on May 4.
The campus-wide business plan competition seeks to reward concrete and innovative ideas from young entrepreneurs that have been developed over a six-month period.
Long Beach is in the midst of updating its Consolidated Plan, a five-year document the city compiles as part of the application process for HUD funds, which city officials anticipate will total over $8 million this year.
The U.S. Maritime Administration issued its final environmental impact statement for the port’s proposed Pier B On-Dock Support Facility last week, allowing the port to claim federal funding for the project.
Beirne has been appointed general manager of the Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center in Florida, the same post he has held at the Long Beach Convention Center since 2012.
The question of how to launch cargo into space without a massive fuel burden is a long-standing conundrum—and it’s one that Long Beach-based SpinLaunch is out to solve.
The recent aerospace boom has come to the Port of Long Beach in the form of two new tenants that have arrived in the last year.