Nineteen people signed onto the letter calling for Julio Perez, the former executive director of the Orange County Labor Federation to be terminated. The include seven current Orange County council members and mayors and the char of the Democratic Party of Orange County.
Long Beach Police Department officers responded to the area of 14th Street and Cedar Avenue around 9:40 p.m. to a report of gunfire and found another witness that notified them of a man down two blocks north near Pacific Avenue and 15th Street, police said.
LBUSD spokesperson Chris Eftychiou said that the fight started during lunchtime and multiple students were detained.
The three-page online survey asks residents to describe their communities of interest by using neighborhoods, landmarks and other boundaries and to explain the shared values, interests or histories that hold those areas together.
A virtual public meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday where city officials will reveal renderings for the park that has been closed since 2017 due to the ongoing construction around old city hall. The park is projected to reopen in February 2022.
All district employees regardless of their current work assignment will need to provide proof of vaccination by Jan. 3, and students will need to show proof by Jan. 22 to be allowed on campus.
The commission was scheduled to approve up to three draft maps Wednesday, but only the one will be available leading up to that meeting after a contentious meeting at City Hall Wednesday.
Long Beach is requiring all of its 6,069 employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19—and those workers will face uphill battle if they seek an exemption to the requirement, officials say.
Senate bill 1383 was signed into law in September 2016 and gave local governments until January 2022 to set in place rules that require residential and commercial customers to separate yard clippings and food scraps into different containers to be recycled as the state tries to cut back on methane emissions from landfills.
The project was initially scheduled to be completed by April 2020 but multiple extensions were given to the previous contractor, Klassic Engineering and Construction Inc., before the city ultimately found it in default of the contract on Aug. 17.