The Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) have been honored by the One Club with a prestigious recognition for their Realize/Opportunity/Invest (ROI) campaign.
Along with honoring the Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse in Downtown Long Beach, the Los Angeles Business Journal (LABJ) also recognized the Long Beach Senior Arts Colony, naming it the Best Multi-Family Project of the year.
Downtown Long Beach’s Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse has been given the honor of being named the Best Public Project by the Los Angeles Business Journal.
The Automotive Parts Associates named a Japanese supplier with major offices in Long Beach “Branded Manufacturer of the Year” at its annual conference in Texas last month.
Local oil and gas company Signal Hill Petroleum (SHP) has been honored with three corporate responsibility awards in their role as a self-defined “leading producer of sustainable gas and oil.”
For the third year in a row, Assemblymember Bonnie Lowenthal has selected 30 young women under the age of 30 in her district to honor with a special community award and this year, the list includes leaders, volunteers and community advocates from every corner of Long Beach, San Pedro and Signal Hill.
The League of California Cities—the association of city officials that lobbies in both Sacramento and Washington DC—honored former Long Beach Mayor Beverly O’Neill with a lifetime achievement award for her dedication to public service.
The Los Angeles Business Journal‘s annual report of Best Places to Work in Los Angeles again listed several businesses with offices in Long Beach, including two that moved up from their 2012 rankings.
Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey presented six citizens, each of whom helped criminal investigations and prosecution for Long Beach-based cases, with awards recognizing their courage.