The city councils for both Long Beach and Anaheim will meet to discuss respective deals for the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday, as one city hopes to lure the team with a waterfront ballpark while the other plans to...
byTim Grobaty and Melissa EvansinCity
Several Downtown business owners said Frank Suryan Jr.’s involvement ups the chances of the Angels move—though most acknowledge the significant financial and regulatory hurdles that are still unresolved.
A review of waterfront Major League Baseball stadiums shows that the land available in the elephant lot is roughly as large, or in some cases larger, than the land area where other stadiums have been built over the last two decades.
Long Beach Post readers had strong reactions to the news, exclusively reported by the Post Monday that Long Beach city officials have spoken with the Los Angeles Angels about relocating to the city.
Members of the Long Beach City Council were first informed about the possibility of the Angels relocating to Long Beach during a closed session discussion on Feb. 5 to discuss a real estate purchase.
What has been no doubt especially galling to Moreno, a strong believer in small government, is that those trying to tell him what he should and shouldn’t do the most are local politicians.
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