The law, called the Surplus Land Act, was a major hurdle in the city’s plan to pay back significant losses to the hospital’s operator, Molina Wu Network, by transferring ownership of the 8.7-acre property in East Long Beach.
If a recent poll holds true on Tuesday, a frequent antagonist of Long Beach City Hall could beat out the institutional pick and take over the powerful position of city attorney.
While desalination has been critical for the island’s water security, officials say Catalina must make tough choices as its reservoir levels continue to plummet.
A Democratic Party power player accused of trying to bribe Irvine City Council members has been part of many Long Beach campaigns.
The campus is the first in the Cal State University system to have mental health professionals respond to mental health emergencies in place of campus police.
The funding comes more than a year after the city approved its recovery plan and received more than $60 million in federal COVID relief aid to address fiscal issues and urgent needs in the community.
Experts and a source within the District Attorney’s office said officials may be wary of prosecuting cases connected to online vigilante groups due to a myriad of legal concerns.
Long Beach last year received more than $60 million in federal COVID relief aid to address fiscal issues and urgent needs in the community, but a year later, the majority of those funds have yet to be spent.
An excavator with a large metal claw tore into the lifeboats this morning as part of the disposal process after no qualified bidders wanted the historic boats.
Health officials urge people to get vaccinated and get booster shots ahead of the Memorial Day holiday