Long Beach last year saw a 2% increase in its homeless population.
While homeless populations swelled across much of the region last year, Long Beach saw only a slight increase last year.
Urban Commons said it will utilize funding generated from the 40 surrounding acres, including passenger fees from the Carnival cruise terminal, which the company collects under its lease agreement with the city, and revenue from the many music festivals held near the ship.
A U.S. Army Corps study determined that any changes to the breakwater are too costly and could result in significant changes to the coastline.
City says it plans to appeal judge’s ruling against utility revenue transfer
In a series of letters, the city accused Edward Pribonic of breaching the confidentiality provisions of his contract during media interviews and of refusing to respond to city questions.
The bond would tax property at approximately $25 per $100,000 of assessed value, which would equate to an annual bill of $125 for a home worth $500,000, or .34 cents per day.
Inspector’s firing comes as his critical reports this year made waves for the city and the ship’s operator, Urban Commons.
While Cal State Long Beach has become less accessible for some students in the past decade, administrators are working to increase enrollment and make the university more accessible in the coming decade.
Nonprofit QMI Restore the Queen says it received a cease and desist letter from the city regarding trademark infringement.