Your input is extremely important, as SCAG is committed to settling on the fairest methodology possible and doing so in an open and transparent process. More importantly, we are taking the lead in addressing a housing crisis that stands as the single biggest threat to our quality of life throughout Southern California.
This water rate increase will affect all residents but in disproportionate ways. Those without discretionary income will find the monthly increase (estimated at $6 per month) a hardship. Somewhere in Long Beach, a child will not get a sweatshirt or a daily bath and trees and plant life will suffer.
Since recreational cannabis became legal in California, consumers have been challenged with learning the nuances of legal and illegal cannabis.
Imagine a generation that is easily frustrated by technology and the barriers of using this technology could have on voter turnout. And what will we do without the ability for a recount; and can we really rely on the Supreme Court (or locally appointed parties) to decide our fate?
We have great leadership in both our schools and city who can serve us well in expediting a resolution to the violence, but it will take courage and a sense of urgency to make things happen.
We hope that Delgado, as she approaches her new duties on the SCAQMD board, will give first priority to the health of community residents, and that she will support health-protective measures to reduce emissions from warehouses, rail yards, ports and refineries.
There were problems at first, but in just over a few weeks, as cars and cyclists get used to them, there has been a noticeable improvement in using the bike lanes on Broadway.
Special service officers have kept our airport safe for almost 20 years. In that time, the Long Beach Airport has developed a reputation for being one of the nicest airport experiences in the country.