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Entries from January 27th, 2012

Vol. 33 No. 34- January 27, 2012

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Preliminary conceptual plans for Signal Hill library promise more space and modern design

January 27th, 2012 · No Comments · News

CJ Dablo Staff Writer Signal Hill has spent more than a decade of planning to replace its tiny 4,234-square-foot library. Now, with the rollout of a conceptual design presented at a meeting last Wednesday night, the public had a chance to see what architect Robert R. Coffee imagines for the city– a high-tech library with more […]

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Annual brunch at historic dairy affords residents rare opportunity to meet candidates face-to-face

January 27th, 2012 · No Comments · News

Gibson, who is running for the 70th State Assembly District seat. Incumbent city councilmembers Suja Lowenthal (2nd district), Patrick O’Donnell (4th), Dee Andrews (6th), and Rae Gablich (8th) did not attend the brunch. Incumbent Assemblywoman Bonnie Lowenthal also did not attend.

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At WANA meeting, deputy development services director forecasts gloomy future after

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Nick Diamantides Staff Writer Unless the state legislature and governor do something drastic, all redevelopment agencies (RDAs) in California will cease to exist as of Feb. 1. Last Monday evening, Robert Zur Schmiede, Long Beach deputy development services director, told a small gathering of people that cities and many of the state’s poor will feel […]

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Board of Harbor Commissioners gives preliminary approval to 40-year terminal deal that would be the largest in U.S. history

January 27th, 2012 · No Comments · News

The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners gave preliminary approval Monday to a 40-year, $4.6-billion lease with Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) for the Middle Harbor property, clearing the way for a final vote on the largest deal of its kind for any U.S. seaport.

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