Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia is heading to Belmont Heights and Bixby Knolls on Saturday for another round of the “Meet the Mayor” series, his office announced.
Rep. Janice Hahn (D-CA 44) and Mayor Robert Garcia have invited the public to an open constituent meeting to discuss issues pertinent to Long Beach at Fire Station 12 on Orange Avenue in Long Beach, the mayor announced today.
Garcia will meet with White House officials, several Federal agencies, and members of Congress as he leads a delegation to Washington D.C. that will speak on subjects important to Long Beach, officials announced today.
Long Beach Mayor Garcia has officially made-it—Twitter-wise. He was listed yesterday as a member of the country’s “Tweet Elite” in a report by Development Counselors International (DCI), a consulting firm that focuses on international marketplaces.
In case you missed the first three Meet the Mayor events, the invitation still stands, as Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia will hold three more meet and greets on Saturday, March 5.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia wants to meet you—and he’s making it possible with three separate meet and greet events, to be hosted throughout the city this Saturday.
This week, Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia joined 300 mayors across the country, including Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti, in the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Washington, D.C., which began Wednesday.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia has been appointed Vice Chair of the Ports and Exports Task Force for the U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) by the USCM Chair Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, the Mayor of Baltimore, his office announced Wednesday.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia will continue an on-again-off-again tradition of mayors past when he presents his first Keys to the City to three community members at next week’s city council meeting.
Mayor Robert Garcia has announced that he is asking the Sustainable City Commission to lead an expansion of electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure with an item on next week’s Long Beach City Council agenda.