Port of Long Beach Seeks Proposals for Stormwater, Water Quality Projects

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The Port of Long Beach (POLB) announced Wednesday that it is now accepting concept paper proposals in response to the 2018 Stormwater and Water Quality Request for Proposals.
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Cleanest, Commercially Available 12-Liter Near-Zero Emission Truck Announced in Long Beach

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During a ceremony at the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo in Long Beach on Monday, representatives from the California Natural Gas Vehicle Partnership, Kenworth Truck Company and AJR Trucking announced the first near-zero emission 12-liter natural gas truck in...
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World Famous VIP Records Launching New Business Incubation Center to Help Start Up Small Businesses

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As World Famous VIP Records continues to work on securing a permanent site for its historic sign, it’s making advances in other projects it has its eyes set on.
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Liberation Brewing Company is Bringing Craft Beer with a Side of Geek Culture and Politics to Bixby Knolls

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Liberation Brewing Co. is the latest brewery to open up in Bixby Knolls. It's grand opening is slated for this Thursday.
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LBS Financial Credit Union to Celebrate CSULB Branch Opening on Tuesday

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Banking is getting a little more convenient for Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) students and faculty, as LBS Financial Credit Union’s newest branch is set to open Tuesday, May 1 at the campus bookstore.
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Port of Long Beach, LA Looking to Fund Clean Air Projects to Help Reach Zero Emissions Goal

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The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles announced last week that they are offering funding for projects that include the development of goods-movement technologies and the improvement of air quality.
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Lara Rallies With Port Drivers as Bill Targeting Retailers’ Role in Port Trucking Issue Heads To Hearing

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The bill seeks to create a list of offenders that have unpaid final judgements against them for misclassifying port truck drivers, not paying fair wages and other labor abuses. If passed, retailers that contract with these companies could be...
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To Reduce Emissions From Port Trucks One Man Proposes Shipping Traffic Out To Sea

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The marine highway system was cast as a money saver in terms of maintenance for the nation’s roads and bridges and as a way to improve air quality by reducing emissions produced by vehicles. By using the nation’s coastlines...
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Starbucks to Close All Stores May 29 for Anti-Discrimination Training Following Philadelphia Incident

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Coffee lovers in Southern California and across the country will find it difficult to get an afternoon cup of coffee at Starbucks on May 29.
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New State Bill Could Hold Retailers Liable For Future Port Truck Driver Wage Theft Claims

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SB-1402, titled the “Dignity in the Driver’s Seat” bill, would make retailers jointly liable for abuses of port truck drivers if they’re found to have hired a trucking company that is not paying fair wages, has unpaid final judgments...
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