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LGB warns of possible measles exposure

Staff Report

April 19, 2019

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The Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services (Health Department) has confirmed one case of measles in an individual who traveled through Long Beach Airport (LGB) on two separate occasions while infectious, according...

Male succumbs to injuries after vehicle-pedestrian collision at Willow and LA River intersection

Staff Report

April 19, 2019

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On April 11, at approximately 10:50pm, Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) officers responded to the intersection of Willow Street and the Los Angeles River overpass regarding an injury traffic collision involving a vehicle and...

JetBlue relinquishes unused LGB slots

Staff Report

April 19, 2019

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Last week, airline JetBlue announced it would give up 10 of its 34 flight slots at Long Beach Airport (LGB). Last November, the Long Beach City Council approved amendments to the Flight Slot Allocation Resolution to prohibit...

LB City Council hears reports on labor agreements and Latino economic impacts

Cory Bilicko, Staff Writer

April 19, 2019

Filed under News

At its April 16 meeting, the Long Beach City Council accepted an application for the transfer of an alcoholic-beverage-control license, approved several commission appointments, heard a status report on the economic profile of...

City of Long Beach officials host informational presentation about region’s environmental concerns

Joy Rowden, Editorial Intern

April 19, 2019

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Long Beach has experienced an increase in extreme weather conditions, such as flooding and hot temperatures, as a result of greenhouse gas emissions, according to a presentation Monday, April 15, at Seventh Street Church, 668...

SH City Council adopts urgent ordinance regulating small wireless facilities

Anita W. Harris, Staff Writer

April 12, 2019

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The Signal Hill City Council addressed several items of municipal business during its long April 9 meeting, including adopting an “urgency” ordinance and new policy regarding small wireless facilities in public right-of-way...

Long Beach City Council votes 6-3 to approve staff recommendations on tenant-assistance programs

Cory Bilicko, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019

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Among the topics discussed during the nearly seven-hour Long Beach City Council meeting on April 2 were tenant-assistance programs for displaced residents, an aquatics program for high-school students and reimbursement of predevelopment...

Experts predict ‘moderate uptick’ in container imports through 2019

Staff report, Signal Tribune

April 5, 2019

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During the Port of Long Beach 15th annual Pulse of the Ports season forecast, officials projected that “a slowing domestic economy” will likely lead to a moderate uptick in container imports through 2019. About 500 people...

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