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Entries from March 29th, 2007

Communiqué From Rae : News from the 8th District

March 29th, 2007 · No Comments · Communique From Rae

It’s spring again! Time to come outdoors and fully participate in life and our community. That’s what many of our retail neighbors in Bixby Knolls are hoping. Several of our entrepreneurs along the Atlantic corridor are working hard to give us a more complete experience within our own neighborhoods. It’s called “First Fridays” and is […]

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Long’s lawsuit contests second-run absentee ballots

March 29th, 2007 · No Comments · News

Joseph Serna, Staff Writer When the votes were counted and Larry Forester came out on top by a single vote, Nancy Long said it wasn’t over. She has stuck to her word. Over the last few weeks Nancy Long and Carol Churchill, an attorney and former Signal Hill City Council member, have laid out their […]

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Operation easter Basket Finds Community Suport

March 29th, 2007 · No Comments · Community

By Ofelia Saenz, Staff writer Justin Rudd, organizer of Operation Easter Basket and founder of the nonprofit organization Community Action Team (CAT), is asking people to put together Easter baskets for needy children in the Long Beach area. The projects goal is to gather 1,250 baskets by noon, Friday, April 6.

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Park Dedication Honors Rosies

March 29th, 2007 · No Comments · News

By Ofelia Saenz, Staff Writer About 80 people gathered last Saturday afternoon for a naming ceremony of Rosie the Riveter Park in Long Beach and to pay homage to the many women who responded during World War II to the billboards and posters calling on women to “Do the Job He Left Behind.” “This park […]

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Signal Hill schedules spring Clean-Up Week

March 29th, 2007 · 1 Comment · News

The city of Signal Hill and Signal Hill Disposal will help make the chore of fall cleaning a bit easier for residents of Signal Hill. Free of charge, during the week of Monday, April 9-14, residents will be able to set out bulky items at the curb for collection.

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