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Councilmember Rex Richardson


 Shawna Stevens, Chief of Staff

 Marina Escobedo, Legislative Affairs Deputy

 Christian Cambridge, Field Deputy

 Alyssa Campos, Legislative Aide

 Darrell Patterson Jr.,  Communications Deputy

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The Growing Experience Urban Farm is currently researching the feasibility of developing a food hub for the greater North, Central and West Long Beach area, and needs your help to get a pulse of the communities District 9 serves.

The goal of this survey is to gain community-based insight on designing a food hub that would best serve the public.
Below are links to the online survey. Simply stating your preferences through the survey can bring about a food economy change in North Long Beach, ultimately for the better.

English: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BYPTSLP 

Español: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/B7VXLLG

This past Tuesday, February 1st, 2016, Black History Month was celebrated in style alongside other council districts, with council district 8 at the forefront of organizing.

After loosening our limbs together to the tune of African drums, we enjoyed some wonderful live singing and powerful words from our leadership. I had the pleasure of delivering a resonating message to those in attendance, highlighting the collective council efforts such as the My Brother's Keeper Program, which benefits young men of color.

 Check out some more amazing photos from the memorable day, here.

Come out to Houghton Park in order to get a sneak-peak of our four Houghton Park Community Center Designs, on Thursday, February 4th, 2016.

The new, Houghton Park Community Center planning continues to move forward! Check out this exciting report, filled with exciting news, facts and easy-to-understand charts can be access by clicking (here).
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Press Releases

Long Beach Water Issues Statement on Water Quality
On Tuesday, December 22, 2015, Councilmember Rex Richardson will ask his city council colleagues to consider naming North Long Beach’s new library after First Lady Michelle Obama.
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