Starting in November, travelers out of Long Beach can fly non-stop to Austin and Phoenix on Southwest Airlines.
Interim Superintendent-President Lou Anne Bynum was granted a $48,000 raise and a 6-month extension in a Thursday morning 3-2 vote.
Campaign contribution limits have remained relatively untouched since a 1994 resident initiative established caps on how much individuals can give to candidates.
Lou Anne Bynum was appointed as head of the college district in March at a salary that pays her about $20,000 per month. The board could extend Bynum’s interim contract to next March and give her a $4,000 bump in monthly compensation.
For those who do vote in person, stations will be sanitized after each voter, social distancing measures will be put in place and gloves will be available at the request of individual voters.
Renters will now be able to miss payments through July 2020 and have until July 2021 to make up those payments under the new ordinance.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn has asked the governor to allow non-essential businesses to open to the public so long as they can follow safety protocols in place at essential businesses.
Under the program the city could pay up to $1,000 per month for three months to qualifying residents’ landlords.
A hiring freeze and the cancellation of some city projects are options being weighed as the city tries to re-balance a budget that now has a shortfall of up to $41 million.
Residents that can prove they’re experiencing financial hardships related to the virus can have their first citation waived as the city eases back into regular street sweeping activity.