The homeowner was working in his backyard when he was hit by the debris from the damaged home.
The AES power plant will be firing up its generators until Oct. 13.
The shooting took place near 65th Street and White Avenue near Coolidge Park in North Long Beach.
Moviegoers self-evacuated after the suspicious man, who was wearing a backpack, walked in front of the theater and surveyed the crowd, authorities said.
The incident happened on the northbound 405 freeway Sunday afternoon.
Third District Councilwoman Suzie Price proposed the idea which, if approved by the council, would direct the city attorney to draft an ordinance that would temporarily ban the sale of flavored vapor products in Long Beach.
The driver of the vehicle suspected in the shooting was arrested for DUI after crashing on the 710 freeway.
The 23rd annual Long Beach Veterans Day Parade is scheduled for Nov. 9.
The victim was shot in his lower body, police said.
The goal of the group is to walk and take photos of any potholes, graffiti or other issues they encounter and submit them on the Go Long Beach app as maintenance tickets for city staff to fix.