Biden entered the stage in a quad near the auditorium at Long Beach City College to a cheering crowd of about 1,500 supporters as the song “California Soul” played in the background.
Senate Bills 9 and 10 would allow for certain single-family home lots to be converted into duplexes or larger developments if they have the room, or in the case of SB10, if the council agrees to rezone areas to allow 10-unit developments.
Long Beach’s 9th City Council district is bordered by the cities of Carson to the west, Compton to the north and Lakewood to the east, and those unique circumstances have community leaders trained on South Street as a process to redraw the city’s council districts unfolds.
How the CPCC could be reformed was one of the first things the City Council asked after the civil unrest that shook the city after the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer in May 2020.
The new Truck Alert system is intended for port truck drivers but residents and others traveling through the port can opt-in to the system to receive the alerts about road closures, crashes and other conditions inside the port.
An announcement from the Long Beach Police Department said that its homicide detectives have gathered “significant evidence” apparently linking Efren Abril to the Aug. 5 killing of 29-year-old Antonio Parra and 28-year-old Brian Gomez who were found with gunshot wounds in a parking lot near St. Mary’s Medical Center.
Owners Jack Leahy and Jonathan Strader had hoped to open earlier this year, saying in April that they were targeting June 1 as their grand opening, but Wednesday’s opening gives the business partners a much more symmetrical business anniversary.
A Long Beach Police Department spokesman said that officers stopped Jesus Manuel Lopez , a resident of Long Beach, after he collided with another vehicle and drove away after his car was shot at.
Caution tape and orange Public Works cones formed a perimeter around The Loop Wednesday and a large section of it that was ripped off sits displaced in an area that used to be a space for pop-up events and for pedestrians to rest.
A unanimous vote from the council approved a request from Councilwoman Suely Saro for the city to begin a feasibility and vision process for a potential center that could showcase the culture, art and history of the city’s Cambodian population.