The city’s Department of Developmental Services is proposing offering developers more incentives to build moderate-, low- and very-low-income housing, particularly along transit corridors and near job centers.
After plans were scuttled this spring on a controversial plan to widen the 710 Freeway, a new task force convened by Metro is seeking input from the public, particularly residents who will be directly impacted by the work.
A&F Market, an Asian-centered market in West Long Beach, received a new freezer last week, took down beer and cigarette ads and placed fruits at the counter as part of joining the city’s Healthy Market Partnership Program, an initiative aimed to promote healthy food access.
The first ship to sail from Long Beach will be the Panorama, a 4,008-passenger vessel set to depart on a seven-day cruise down the Mexican Riviera.
The state’s occupational safety board today approved new workplace rules that will eliminate the mask-wearing mandate and social distancing requirements for vaccinated workers
The problem occurred during ignition of the Electron rocket’s second stage, the company said in a statement.
The 30-story American Life hotel project has struggled through a long entitlement process and a pandemic, but now its developers are bring it back for approval from the city.
Statewide, the unemployment rate improved to 9.3% in October from 11.1% in September.
The company is still working to finalize an open date but job postings will go live first thing Tuesday morning.
The decision comes after some businesses in the area lamented the negative impact the closure has had on their sales, as the breakfast and lunch crowds struggled to find parking when picking up their orders.