A council item recommends a one-time Artists Fund be established to provide “$500 direct or other financial support for a period of six months.”
Already battered by the coronavirus pandemic, Long Beach restaurants are asking the City Council to extend a break on licensing and inspection fees to help keep them afloat.
Long Beach for the eighth year in a row has been named as a top city for its LGBTQ-friendly local laws and policies, according to the 2019 Municipal Equality Index from the nonprofit Human Rights Campaign.
To capitalize on the craft beer industry’s momentum and to make the city more appealing to potential business partners, the City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to amend the city’s zoning laws to allow for craft brewers in need of home to consider Long Beach for the first time.
By Terry Braunstein and Craig Stone | We are strongly recommending that the City Council on Tuesday vote against the proposed pedestrian path that has been referred to by the press as the “two-lane highway.” The press nailed it–we are against approving this path because it is the most simplistic solution to moving people on the beach–it is based upon an uninspired 25-year old bike path.