This week, the Chair of the Long Beach Independent Redistricting Commission, Alejandra Gutierrez, provides insight into how the process works.
The jury will now sort through evidence including wiretapped calls, confidential police reports, surprise witness testimony, gang colors and a red dress.
The delta variant “is now everywhere,” including in Long Beach. It sent case rates soaring, but—so far—hospitalizations haven’t spiked nearly as much.
Setting the track up will take about 53 days, according to race organizers and a total of about two and half weeks to tear down.
“It was hell,” former Councilwoman Rae Gabelich said, recounting the redistricting process from 2011. “It was absolute hell.”
Every California voter will get a ballot in the mail before the Sept. 14 recall contest, but Republicans appear more eager to participate.
Colonna is happy enough going back to the home at the tip of the Peninsula—moving between the two locations is sort of the luxury version of “out of the frying pan, into the kettle.”
CSULB is one of five campuses that received funding from the state university system to start new chapters of Project Rebound.
The chicks, who aren’t quite ready to fly or swim, keep stumbling off into the water from two anchored 180-foot-long barges, according to officials.
Ruben Garcia developed a high-tech bonnet that covered a ship’s smokestack while it idles in port, an innovation that promised to capture as much as 80% of its emissions. But one of his more than 50 creditors is alleging his companies were a kind of Ponzi scheme.