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Entries from October 28th, 2011

Vol. 33 No. 21 – October 28, 2011

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County health officials closely watching murine typhus

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CJ Dablo Staff Writer Local health officials are closely tracking murine typhus after two counties noted a rise in the number of people who have been exposed to the disease in recent years. Even though both counties of Los Angeles and Orange have made efforts to alert the public about the increase in the number of […]

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Councilmembers open dialogue between residents and city employees

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Athena Mekis Staff Writer A bottom-up approach was used at the second North Long Beach Community Assembly Oct. 22 as residents and city employees discussed recent accomplishments and possible solutions to city plights. Eighth District Councilmember Rae Gabelich and 9th District Councilmember Steven Neal hosted the assembly at Dooley Elementary School, presenting speakers from the […]

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LB Gas and Oil partners with SCE to offer rebates to homeowners for energy-conservation projects

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Stephanie Raygoza Staff Writer Long Beach residents will have the opportunity to receive up to $1,280 in energy rebates for performing whole-house energy-conservation projects under a new joint partnership between the Long Beach Gas and Oil Department (LBGO) and Southern California Edison (SCE) Company that was announced earlier this month. On Oct. 11, the Long […]

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Port extends public review of, comments on proposed terminal until Dec. 2

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The Port of Long Beach has extended the public review period on a draft environmental study of Pier S, a proposal to develop a state-of-the-art, $650 million container shipping facility on Terminal Island. The Port will accept written comments until Dec. 2, 2011, providing additional time for groups, individuals and agencies to submit comments on […]

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