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|Residents along Ocean Blvd and those with an interest in illegally modified mufflers - please join me and the Long Beach Police Department for a demonstration of a prototype electronic signboard with decibel reader that notifies motorcyclists and drivers of vehicles with illegally modified mufflers that they are too loud and will be cited. |
|Councilmember Suja Lowenthal (Second District) announced the results of a one-month survey of residents and businesses to name the Blue Line station on 1st Street between Pine Avenue and Pacific Avenue in Downtown Long Beach. For details, please click on "more" below.|
|You're invited to a community meeting where the city will discuss its plans for transportation infrastructure and multimodal strategies for the movement of people and goods. The plans include all modes of travel such as walking, bicycling, riding transit and driving. In addition, related topics are addressed including parking, transportation demand management, neighborhood enhancements and funding. For details, please click on more below.|
|In response to recent reports of cases involving Invasive Meningococcal Disease or Meningitis in New York and West Hollywood, Councilmember Lowenthal worked with our City Health Officer and the Center Long Beach to prepare Fact and FAQ sheets for our community regarding its causes, symptoms and risks. For details, please click on "more" below.|
|Area residents now have a convenient, one-stop venue for safely and properly disposing their household hazardous, universal and electronic wastes. Learn about this one-stop location that is fast and convenient by clicking on "more below.|
|Effective February 19, 2013 - The City's Low Impact Development (LID) Ordinance will be in effect. This is an initiative brought forward by the Second District as a means for reducing the amount of polluted urban run-off from commercial and residential properties that finds its way to our beaches and impacts our marine ecosystem.|
|I am very pleased to announce the completion of the 3rd and final block of the Promenade in Downtown. And it looks absolutely beautiful. To view a video and learn more about the Promenade, please click on "more" below.|
|There are plenty of events happening in Long Beach during Bike Month. Click on "more" below for a calendar of events.
Join Retro Row on Saturday, May 25th for 4th Street Long Beach's semi-annual event called the Retro Ramble with acoustic music, vintage VW vans, extra special bargans and more. For details, click on more below.
Join residents, schools, businesses and community groups making a difference on our local beach and bike path. There are two clean up locations from which to choose. For details about the monthly cleanups, please click on "more" below.
Shopping in Long Beach can save you time and money with more retail choices to choose from than ever before. Make it a point to shop local. Supporting local businesses is good business, and remember that each dollar spent in Long Beach will support public safety, libraries, parks, infrastructure improvements and helps to create more local jobs. For a list of shopping corridors that meet your needs, please click on "more" below.
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