La multa máxima de la ciudad no cambia, que sigue siendo de $ 1,000, pero permitirá a la oficina del fiscal de la ciudad emitir multas municipales y buscar el costo de recuperación para la policía, los bomberos y otro personal de la ciudad de aquellos que violen la ley.
Activists including Common Cause and Equity for Cambodians—working to combat gerrymandering—campaigned for a measure they hoped would reunify the city’s Cambodian community into one district for more voting power.
Un memorando que describe 32 calles de la ciudad, todas las cuales tienen malas calificaciones en el índice de condición del pavimento de la ciudad, podría ser aprobado por el consejo el martes.
Tres puestos de concesión de playa tendrán nuevos vendedores de comida este verano después de que el ayuntamiento de Long Beach aprobó los contratos el martes por la noche para las operaciones que comenzarán en julio.
Police said that Mary Margaret Robinson was last seen around 11:35 a.m. Wednesday morning traveling in an unknown direction in a wheelchair near the 1700 block of Termino Avenue after an appointment at the hospital.
Senate Bill 1 was signed into law in April 2017 with the hopes of investing $54 billion into California’s roadways over the next decade with half of that money going toward state highways and other assets, and the other half to local streets and infrastructure investments.
Mayor Robert Garcia said the rules that Long Beach residents can expect after the California economy fully reopens could be released in the next few days, but they won’t include a requirement to prove vaccination status to go maskless.
The concession stands at Mother’s Beach, Bayshore Beach and Junipero Beach all had contracts approved by the council Tuesday night with Louisiana Charlie’s, Grill ‘em All and Saltwater Deck winning the contracts at those respective locations.
The vote will allow the city attorney’s office to issue municipal citations and seek the cost of recovery for police, fire, and other city personnel from those violating the law.
Proposed changes to the speed limits in the area as well as other street improvements in the neighborhood were discussed during a public meeting Monday night hosted by Councilwoman Suzie Price who represents the area.