The annual challenge encourages the community to help beautify their neighborhoods within the district before summer.
Less than a month ago, Councilmember Rex Richardson launched his initiative to beautify parts of District Nine with his Creative Corridor Challenge—asking for Long Beach residents to submit their most creative ideas through October 31.
Ninth District Councilmember Rex Richardson is inviting Long Beach residents to engage in a new cycle of participatory budgeting, in one of six aptly titled Participatory Budgeting Neighborhood Assemblies in 2015.
District 9 Councilmember Rex Richardson is inviting residents to share their voice, and their wishes for the new Houghton Park Community Center.
A city councilmember and a Long Beach Unified School District board member are teaming up in support of a new initiative geared toward helping young men of color achieve life goals.
Newly-minted 9th District Councilmember Rex Richardson is doing something previously unheard of in Southern California: providing residents a direct hand in how to spend $250K in funds given to District 9.
Vice President of the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and “Good Neighbor Award” winner Ben Daugherty announced his candidacy Oct. 24 for the 9th District Council seat, currently held by Steven Neal.
Long Beach City Council voted Tuesday night to enact a pilot program called the Alcohol Nuisance Abatement Ordinance exclusively in the 9th District. This ordinance aims to alter the regulation of many liquor stores who have a type 21 license, which allows for the off-premises consumption of beer, wine and distilled spirits.
The 9th District council race received its first official candidate Monday as Rex Richardson announced he will be running for the seat in next April’s election.
Following questions of whether he would run for Assembly or continue to serve in his seat on Council, 9th District Councilmember Steve Neal has officially announced he will seek the 64th Assembly seat after raising more than $100,000 for his campaign.