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Communiqué from Rae : Shop for Mom

October 25th, 2007 · No Comments · Communique From Rae

By Rae Gabelich, Long Beach 8th District Council Member Although it’s hard to believe we are into the fall season with 90-degree temperatures, it won’t be long before we are hanging holiday decorations and sipping on egg nog. This is a favorite time of year for many of us, but there are families who find […]

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Communiqué from Rae : Preparing for Halloween

September 27th, 2007 · No Comments · Communique From Rae, Community

By Rae Gabelich, Long Beach 8th District Council Member As we enter the fall season, our thoughts begin to turn to the series of holidays and celebrations. This year, there are many questions regarding the direction that we should go for Halloween and the traditional trick-or-treating experience.

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Communiqué from Rae : New Retail Space in Bixby Knolls

September 6th, 2007 · No Comments · Communique From Rae

By Rae Gabelich, Long Beach 8th District Council Member The effort of many individuals to attract new retail is finally becoming a reality here in the Bixby Knolls area! The Marshalls agreement has been signed and the city’s planning department is now reviewing building plans. The persistence of the Gaska family, the support of the […]

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Communiqué from Rae

July 26th, 2007 · No Comments · Communique From Rae, Community

By Rae Gabelich, Long Beach 8th District Council Member For those of you who are not away on vacation, I sure hope that you have marked your calendars for this Saturday’s Second Annual Bixby Knolls Dragster Expo & Car Show! The event hours are 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. this year with the grand finale […]

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Communiqué from Rae

June 28th, 2007 · No Comments · Communique From Rae

Amidst the hustle and bustle of our urban city lies an outstanding architectural jewel, Rancho Los Cerritos. The rancho was built in 1844. The adobe ranch house and beautiful grounds are rich in the history of Spanish, Mexican and American California and the families who helped transform Southern California from its ranching beginnings.

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