Lou Anne Bynum was named interim superintendent-president of Long Beach City College District during a special meeting of the college’s Board of Trustees Saturday.
Tracy Egoscue officially became a Harbor Commissioner for the Port of Long Beach yesterday after the the City Council unanimously approved her appointment by Mayor Robert Garcia.
The Executive Vice President of College Advancement and Economic Development for Long Beach City College, Lou Anne Bynum, is officially the 66th commissioner to serve on the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners after she was approved by the City Council yesterday.
Having been empty since November following the ousting of former President Thomas Fields, the search to fill the Harbor Commission’s remaining vacant seat may soon be complete: Lou Anne Bynum, Executive Vice President of College Advancement & Economic Development at Long Beach City College, has been nominated by Mayor Bob Foster and will face the City Council for confirmation at their May 20 meeting.
Former 3rd District Councilmember and current Harbor Commissioner Doug Drummond was elected president of the Long Beach Port Board Harbor of Commissioners this week.
Long Beach City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to appoint the City’s former finance director, Lori Ann Farrell, to the Board of Harbor Commissioners, filling one of the body’s two current vacancies.
Just shy of a week of dismissing Board of Harbor Commissioner President Thomas Fields and days after other Boardmember Nick Sramek resigned, Mayor Bob Foster has announced that will appoint current City of Huntington Beach Director of Finance Lori Ann Farrell to the board.
Nick Sramek, a member of the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners who briefly became acting president of the body, resigned Thursday, less than 48 hours after City Council voted to fire its former president Thomas Fields.
Long Beach City Council voted 6-3 Tuesday night to remove Harbor Commissioner Thomas Fields, a confirmation of a recommendation made by Mayor Bob Foster, with whom he has butted heads since taking the position four years ago.
After more than a year and a half of vacancy, the Harbor Commission is expected to appoint a new interim deputy director for the Port of Long Beach at its meeting today.