The Bay Harbour neighborhood near Marina Pacifica won approval 44 years ago. Now the state agency tasked with ensuring public access to the coast is taking action to get walkways built through the gated development.
The Belmont Pool replacement project can move forward after winning approval from the California Coastal Commission Thursday, closing a seven-year process that started after the closure of the Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool in 2013.
The replacement project has changed dramatically since plans were initially released in 2016, and with those changes the projected cost was reduced by about $60 million to the current estimate of $85 million.
Tens of thousands of Californians are expected to take part in the 33rd annual Coastal Cleanup Day on Saturday, September 16 throughout the state, including multiple spots in Long Beach.
The State Senate Rules Committee announced today that Long Beach City Councilmember Roberto Uranga has been appointed to the California Coastal Commission as a voting member.
Protestors gathered this morning in front of City Hall to chant appropriated Beatles tunes in the name of anti-fracking and protecting coastal shores as the California Coastal Commission met for its March gathering in Long Beach.