With the afterglow of the election night victory fading and the reality of being sworn into office in just over a month creeping closer, Mayor-elect Robert Garcia will be charged with delivering on the promises he campaigned on. Despite having to hit the ground running, Garcia took time to sit
While Long Beach’s Mayor-elect Robert Garcia may be busy with his transitional team, preparing to step into his first term as mayor, he will have at least one less thing on his to-do list:
Mayor-Elect Robert Garcia announced today that current Director of College Advancement, Public Affairs and Governmental Relations for Long Beach City College (LBCC) Mark Taylor will head his mayoral team as its Chief of Staff.
Mayor Robert Garcia and a panel of Long Beach's highest-ranking leaders in education hosted a forum on the campus of California State University Long Beach on July 18 where they discussed the future of learning in the city and how to keep the city as a frontrunner in higher education.
Mayor Robert Garcia released his suggestions for the upcoming fiscal year’s budget at a conference held at City Hall today. He stressed the importance of passing a financially responsible budget while at the same time looking for ways to improve the city.
Two backpack and school supply give aways have generously graced young Long Beach students with a better chance at doing well in school. One is this weekend, where over 1,000 kids will be offered the necessary supplies for a productive life in the classroom.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia has announced thirteen people he proposes to appoint to various commissions and boards throughout the City, including four new members for the Planning Commission (PC) and four for the Long Beach Transit (LBT) Board of Directors.
The Long Beach City Council unanimously approved the vast majority Mayor Robert Garcia’s 61 commissioner appointments at last night’s council meeting, ushering in a new crop of civic leaders to help bring Garcia’s vision of the city to life.
For Mayor Robert Garcia, Long Beach's success hinges on six ideas. At an event this afternoon celebrating the mayor's first 100 days in office, Garcia said Long Beach is utilizing those ideas well.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia is in Washington, D.C. today at the invitation of President Obama for the Cinco de Mayo reception with White House officials, U.S. mayors, members of Congress, and Cabinet secretaries to discuss the President’s initiative to end veteran homelessness
Mayor Robert Garcia and community partners will announce the “Long Beach Internship Challenge” tomorrow at the Aquarium of the Pacific, the Mayor’s office announced today.
Mayor Garcia will be in Washington, D.C. Tuesday and Wednesday to attend the official visit of Pope Francis at the White House, his office announced Tuesday. Garcia will join President Obama on the South Lawn for Francis’ arrival, at Obama’s invitation.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles announced Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia has been selected as co-chair of the organization’s Builders Ball, along with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Wednesday, October 14 from 6:00 to 9:00PM at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia is in Honduras today with the State Department to discuss economic development and human rights issues with the country’s leaders, in addition to meeting with the Latin American LGBT leadership conference and port executives, his office announced today.
Mayor Robert Garcia has announced that he is asking the Sustainable City Commission to lead an expansion of electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure with an item on next week’s Long Beach City Council agenda.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia will continue an on-again-off-again tradition of mayors past when he presents his first Keys to the City to three community members at next week's city council meeting.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia has been appointed Vice Chair of the Ports and Exports Task Force for the U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) by the USCM Chair Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, the Mayor of Baltimore, his office announced Wednesday.
This week, Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia joined 300 mayors across the country, including Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti, in the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Washington, D.C., which began Wednesday.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia wants to meet you—and he’s making it possible with three separate meet and greet events, to be hosted throughout the city this Saturday.
In case you missed the first three Meet the Mayor events, the invitation still stands, as Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia will hold three more meet and greets on Saturday, March 5.
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