SH’s chief building inspector retiring

Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster (far right) and Nancy Foster (far left) watch Animal Care Services Manager John Keisler (center) place a cat license tag on the Fosters’ cat, Noah

Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster (far right) and Nancy Foster (far left) watch Animal Care Services Manager John Keisler (center) place a cat license tag on the Fosters’ cat, Noah

After being employed with Signal Hill’s Community Development Department for the last 20 years, Principal Building Inspector Gil Petris has resigned from his position with the City, effective July 23.
Since 1990, Petris has been assisting residents and contractors, inspecting much of the City’s development. Some of his accomplishments include the Bixby Ridge and Hilltop homes, both Home Depot stores, the local auto dealerships and, more recently, the Gateway Center at California Avenue and Spring Street.
Though he is leaving his post, his daughter Christina Petris now works for the Community Services Department.

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