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Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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A Long Beach landlord agreed to pay what city officials are calling a record fine earlier this month for renting illegal apartments that created unsafe conditions for tenants, generated numerous … more
The City Council approved a $20 million short-term borrowing measure at its Aug. 19 meeting to cover the lingering costs of Hurricane Sandy. The measure will fund rebuilding projects ranging from … more
The City Council unanimously approved an $8.4 million bond measure on Aug. 15 for a slew of infrastructure projects throughout the city, as part of a capital improvement plan that was approved in … more
When he’s not working as a camp director at Skudin Surf school, or doing volunteer work with children with special needs for the nonprofit Surf for All, professional surfer TJ Gumiela is training, … more
The Beach to Bay Central Council of Civic Associations, a community group that has led the charge in the last year to restore medical services to Long Beach, filed a complaint with New York state … more
The City Council voted unanimously at its meeting on Tuesday to install automated teller machines at various municipal buildings throughout Long Beach, part of a contract agreement with Bethpage … more
The city officially unveiled its new “boardwalk directories” this week, part of an effort to promote local businesses. The directories include maps of local establishments, much like a mall … more
A year after Long Beach’s iconic boardwalk reopened, city officials say they are looking to improve the 2.2-mile structure, mainly by adding amenities and activities to make it a “family-friendly … more
While last summer could be considered something of a rebound for Long Beach in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the city seems to be riding high this season, basking in good publicity and … more
The City Council voted unanimously last week to hire two law firms to assist in its ongoing litigation with a developer that is suing the city, the Zoning Board of Appeals and a number of current … more
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