The city has filed a petition in Los Angeles Superior Court to change what it says are "false" and "misleading" ballot arguments against two proposed charter amendments that will go before voters this fall.
While the council ultimately voted to pass the budget for fiscal year 2019, which begins on Oct. 1, some of the debate focused on additional funding for youth programs and legal services for undocumented immigrants facing deportation.
California's Fair Political Practices Commission has cleared 3rd District Councilwoman Suzie Price of allegations that she improperly used taxpayer funds to campaign for Long Beach’s Measure M ballot initiative.
byAsia MorrisinArts & Culture, City
Presented as one of the key highlights of the Fiscal Year 2019 budget proposal the city's proposed investments in arts, culture and communications are highlighted here.