The inclusionary housing ordinance could require set percentages of new construction project to be affordable housing units. Housing advocates say the majority of those units should be set aside for very-low income households.
City officials on Tuesday will propose a Long Beach Violence Interruption strategy, which will use community leaders and organizations to come up with strategies for intervention in vulnerable communities.
For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began, members of the public will soon have the chance to make their voices heard in real time at Long Beach City Council meetings.
A curfew may still be imposed at a later time, depending on “the situation at hand,” City Manager Tom Modica said.
Other colleagues of Al Austin described him as one of the most respectful councilman they’ve worked with. The dispute stems in part from Austin’s vote on hotel worker protections.
After multiple public, council and committee hearings, the Long Beach City Council voted to adopt the proposed Fiscal Year 2017 budget during last night’s long and contentious council meeting.
A move that would consolidate the city’s efforts to combat violence, public safety and access to city services was advanced last night after the Long City Council voted to initiate a study to determine the feasibility of creating an official city department that deals with equity.
A multi-million dollar recycling contract that was poised to be re-awarded to Waste Management of Long Beach was put on hold last night, after the Long Beach City Council voted unanimously to table the issue, while simultaneously opting to delay an initiative that would involve the city auditor’s services to explore if there were any discrepancies in the request for proposal process.
The Long Beach City Council has approved two items that will preserve 148 units of affordable senior housing for 55 years, as well as provide opportunities for affordable housing for lower-income families, according to a release issued Monday.
The unanimous vote by the Long Beach City Council to name a Los Angeles real estate group as the new successor lessee for the Queen Mary will be revoted on next Tuesday, after the November 17 decision was petitioned for possible violations of the Ralph M. Brown Act, a law protecting the public’s right to attend and participate in meetings.