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New: LBPD Says Car Going 60+ MPH Southbound on LB Blvd. Broadsided Car Turning West At Spring St; 20 Yr Old Woman (Passenger In Broadsided Car) Is Dead; Her Driver Is Critically Injured; Three In Other Vehicle Also Injured
New / In Depth / Perspective: Attn WLB, In Your Backyard: BNSF/L.A. Mainly Prevail In Court Appeal, Reviving Their Desired SCIG Railyard (With Add'l Steps Needed)
  • Might Council Settle Case For "Mitigation" While WLB Residents Say Railyard's Impacts Can't Be Mitigated And It Shouldn't Be Built Where Proposed?
  • BNSF + Cargo/Maritime/Corporate Interests Say It Will Eliminate Freeway Truck Miles, Help Economy And Mean Less "Regional" Pollution
    New / Detailed Coverage: Here's Text of LB Petition-Initiative Proposed Rent Control/Just Cause Eviction/Rental Housing Board Law
    "Just cause" eviction and Rental Housing Board provisions would apply regardless of whether 1995 rent-control-limiting Costa-Hawkins law is repealed
    UPDATED / New: City Staff Releases Revised LUE Maps For March 6 Council Action (That Could Accept Them, Tweak Them...Or "Receive and File" Them With LUE)
    New: See Voter Pamphlet Statements Submitted For Printing By LB Candidates For Mayor & City Council
  • Follow the Money Coverage
    New: Campaign & Officeholder Contribs re Incumbents Seeking Re-Election: Councilmembers Gonzalez, Price, Mungo, Uranga, Vice Mayor Richardson & Mayor Garcia

    LB Gov't Transparency

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    New: Want To See What LB/HB Offered Amazon For Its 2nd Corp HQ? Made Pub Recs Request Months Ago...And Has It Now

    Further On Councilwoman Pearce's Chartered Bus Event To Jan. 20 L.A. Women's March
  • Councilwoman Pearce's office says these LB Councilmembers support this year's event (although details remain vague) and include Mungo (a Repub who's mum on our inquiry)
  • Long Beach Area Republican Party criticizes LB Councilmembers' use of their "officeholder accounts" to "promote divisive politics" instead of LB community needs; no comment for now re Mungo role pending further info.
    Covered with streaming VIDEO, no on-demand, via Facebook; text coverage coming
    Airport Mgm't Plans To Discuss Possible Amendments to Airport Noise Ordinance At Jan. 18 Airport Advisory Comm'n Meeting; Details Not Disclosed But Aug. 2017 Memo ( Previously Reported) May Offer Context And Clues
    Jan. 18: A bid by Long Beach-Huntington Beach is OUT of the running for Amazon's second corporate HQ...although Los Angeles is among the company's top 20 finalists, The finalists are: Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Columbus, Ohio, Dallas, Denver, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Miami, Montgomery County, Md., Nashville, Newark, New York City, Northern Virginia, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Raleigh, N.C., Toronto, Washington, D.C. Coverage coming.
    Councilwoman Pearce Uses Her Office And City of LB Email Channels To Announce/Promote Free Chartered Bus Transportation (Event Supported By These LB Councilmembers And Pols) To Jan. 20 2nd Annual L.A. Women's March...After Hundreds of Thousands Held Massive L.A. Anti-Trump Protest Last Year Following His Inauguration
    UPDATE: Councilwoman Pearce staffer responds, says buses paid using her Officeholder Acc't (contributor, not taxpayer funded) and has been assured Emails OK
    Council Votes 7-2 To Approve (Advance To Other Regulatory Bodies) Company Offer To Remove Eyesore Surface Oil Drilling And Restore Los Cerritos Wetlands (North of 2nd St.) Over Period Of Years (Full Restoration Potentially Decades), Implement Slant Oil Drilling (Up to 120 Wells) From Two Nearby Off-Site Sites

    Current surface oil facilities

    "Steamshovel Slough," a pristine salt marsh on the site.
    New / Perspective: 10 Yr Old Girl Was Struck By New Year's Gunfire, A LB "Ghost" Shooting Victim Among All Other Shootings Not Publicly Visible In LB's Official Crime Stats. Here's How To Fix That.
    Mayor Garcia Says He And These Four Council Incumbents Want To Prioritize These Eight Projects As "Olympics Related"
    Here's List Of Incumbents/Challengers For April 2018 LB Elections
    Council incumbent Gonzalez, City Auditor, City Att'y, City Prosecutor have no filed opponents
    Robert Fox Doesn't Submit Papers To Run For Mayor, Says He Cut This Deal With Mayor Garcia; Garcia Emails This Statement
    UPDATE: Wait, wait: Less than two hours later, Fox issues "clarifier," says there was no deal.
    LB Rent Control Initiative Supporters Submit Measure Text, Request City Att'y Ballot Title/Summary, Prerequisite To Petition Signature Gathering
    LBPD-Released 2017 Crime Stats
    Councilmembers Mum -- Say Nothing, Ask No Questions -- At First of Three Hearings On Charter Amendment To Restore/Authorize Taking Up To $26 Mil From LB Water/Sewer/Gas Users For General Fund ("Blank Check") Council Spending; Two Taxpayers Blast Measure; Next Hearing Feb. 13
    Subsequent development above<.small>
    Robert Fox, Neighborhood Advocate/Businessman Who Forced City Hall To Hold Heavily Attended Citywide Town Hall-Style Meetings & Led Opposition To City Staff's Density-Promoting Land Use Element, Pulls Papers To Run For Mayor
    Action comes as Council candidates Gordana Kajer and Corliss Lee mount reform-themed challenges to incumbents Suzie Price and Stacy Mungo in voter-rich 3rd and 5th Council districts
    Perspective: Mayor Garcia's 2018 "State of the City": Doesn't Utter Words "Deficit" Or "Taxes," Spends Seconds on Land Use Element, Sends Tweet From Stage
    City Mgm't Memo Acknowledges That As Currently Written, Proposed Charter Amendment Could Take Up To $26 Mil From LB Water/Sewer/Gas Users For General Fund ("Blank Check") City Council Spending
    Sum Is Over Three Times More Than Mgm't Previously Mentioned, It Goes Beyond Filling Budget Hole From Taxpayer's Prop 218 Lawsuit That Ended City Hall's Water/Sewer Pipeline Fees
    Subsequent coverage ahove:
    The REAL State of the City: Mayor Garcia Calls Special Council Meeting (First Of Three Hearings) To Put "Blank Check" Charter Amendment On June 2018 Ballot, Letting Council Take Up To 12% From "Unnecessary" Water/Sewer & Gas Dept. Gross Revenues To "Maintain Local General Fund Services"
    Sic Transit: History, Context Worth Recalling On Passing Of LBFD's First Black Firefighter, Capt. Otis Reid

    Mayor Garcia Moves Swiftly To Distance Himself From His Legislative Director Ramirez's Personal Tweet That "Problem With Many Environmentalists" Is "Anti-Housing Anti-Density" People Just Like Their Homogeneous Neighborhood Without People Of Color When They Cite Traffic And Pollution
    See Mayor's Chief of Staff statement, says Mayor Garcia doesn't agree with Mr. Ramirez's personal opinion on this issue.

    Now-deleted personal Tweet from Mayor's Legislative Director Ramirez
    Perspective: Berkeley News Outlet & SW L.A. Advocacy Group Blast SB 827 (Would Override Local Zoning, Mandate Denser/Taller Bldgs Near Transit) And Criticize Its Author And Supporters; LB Mayor/Council Mum While L.A. Councilman Calls It "Devastating" And "Insanity"
    Sac'to Senator Wiener (Authored SB35) Introduces New Bill -- SB 827 -- Offering Housing Developers Density Bonus/Exemptions From Various Req'ts Within Half-Mile/Quarter Mile From Transit
    LBPD Encounters Armed Man In ELB Hotel Lobby Believed Holding At Least One Employee Hostage; He's Shot Dead, No One Else Injured

    LBPD photo
    U.S. Att'y Gen'l Sessions Issues This Memo, Rescinding Obama Admin Policy Re Fed'l Marijuana Prosecutions, Creates Uncertainty/Risks For Burgeoning CA Cannabis Adult-Use Consumer/Retailer Marketplace
    Follow-Up: LBPD Homicide Detectives + Patrol Officers Swiftly Identify, Locate And Arrest Two Suspects, And DA Charges The Pair In New Year's Eve Murder Of Homeless Man
    Long Beach 2017 Murders Dropped To Historic Low, But...
    Long Beach's First Shooting In First Hour Of 2018 Is Fatal: Area 6th/Temple; [UPDATE] Victim Was A 22 Year Old LB Man

    2018 to date: Red X = homicide:
    Homeless Man Found Dead In Alley At Dawn New Year's Eve (900 block Elm) May Be LB's Final 2017 Homicide Victim

    2014 to date: Red Xs=homicides; Blue Xs= shootings, person wounded; Brown Xs=shots fired at victim(s), not hit; Purple Xs=shots at occupied residence/vehicle; Green Xs= shots at unoccupied vehicle/residence; Grey Xs=shots fired (no hit, no target identified); Orange X's=non-fatal stabbings. Map is unofficial. A separate map (not shown here) indicates add'l shootings in NLB.
    Two Men (Identified) Are Dead (One From Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound), One Man Wounded, In Midafternoon Shooting At Bixby Knolls Law Office (San Antonio/LB Blvd; All Are Attorneys At Law Firm; LBPD Investigating As Workplace Violence
    Fatal Fashion Ave. Fire

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    Are You, Your Kids Or Friends Sick? L.A. County Health Dept. Confirms Flu Flying
  • Perspective / Viewpoints

    Opinion: The Problem Isn't Fixed, Because...
    by Gordana Kajer
    Ms. Kajer is a candidate for City Council in the 3rd Council district

    Perspective: Ten Inconvenient Truths About Boasts That "Measure A" LB Sales Tax Hike Restored LBPD South Division

    Editorial: Council Should Receive and File LUE, Because...
    Editorial: Citywide Appreciation Deserved For These LB Residents Who Made Tonight's LUE Hearing Possible
    Editorial: 4 a.m. Bar Bill Is About More Than Booze, Because...
    Podcast Listener's Comment: Agrees in part, disagrees in part, with our Podcast ("LUE + SB 35 = Increase Density's Perfect Storm.")

    SB 35 + LUE = Increased Density's Perfect Storm

    UPDATE: And hear reader's audio response.

    Perspective: What Are They Hiding? On Nov. 8 Privately-Run "League of CA Cities" Will Advise Officials From Multiple Area Cities On New Funding for Affordable Housing, Changes To Housing Element Law, "Streamlining" Housing Approvals And Options For "Moving Forward" Under Sac'to-Enacted Housing Bills (Presumably Incl. SB 35)...And Group Bars Press/Public Access
    Perspective / Opinion: SB 35: Not A Surprise, Not A Secret, But Shrugged By LB City Hall
    Election Campaign Notebook / Perspective: In Dueling Releases, 5th District Incumbent Mungo and Challenger Dines Campaigns Avoid Mentioning Proposal For LB Airport Customs Facility / Int'l Operations But Both Say They Oppose Increased Density; Compare Their Records
    Perspective: Will Discontent Audible/Visible At Land Use Meetings Bring Grassroots LB Election Candidates Willing To Challenge Incumbents' Records And Offer Meaningful Changes?
    New: Editorial: Councilmembers Don't Ask, And Austin Doesn't Tell, What He Did/Didn't Do On Recent Sac'to Travel Re Density/Land Use Legislation
    Subsequent development above
    Editorial: Council Shouldn't Approve Paying For Councilman Austin's Recent Sac'to Travel Without A Transparent, Businesslike Explanation Of What He Did/Didn't Do On Density/Land Use Legislation
    Editorial: When City Hall Fears A Town Hall

    Some people inside Long Beach City Hall seem to fear an American tradition rooted in a constitutional right eloquently portrayed by Norman Rockwell during the darkest days of WWII...MORE.

    Editorial: The Mayor's Junket
    Opinion: Attitude vs. Platitudes
    by Laurann Wakefield *
    * Ms. Wakefield is a co-founder of ENUF (Eastside Neighborhoods United Fully)

    Perspective / Public Safety Quiz: Blue Line Passenger Is Stabbed On Train Near Anaheim St...So Try This Quiz Re LBPD Police Levels Along Blue Line And For Neighborhoods Citywide
    Publisher's Perspective: Holding Them Accountable: Here's Record Of LB's Sac'to Legislators, Mayor And Council on SB 35
    Opinion: City Hall's Excessive "$100,000 Club" Grows To Gluttonous "$200,000 Club"
    by Ann Cantrell
    Amnesia File / Editorial: Here's How Long Beach Residents Lost The Law That Required City Council To Hold Nine Meetings Per Year In Council Districts And How/Why It Can/Should Return Without Taxpayer Cost
    Publisher's Perspective / Opinion: The Mayor's Campaign Money, And Your Right To Know From Whom It Came
    Perspective / Opinion: Fact Check, Fake News: Re LB's Unemployment Rate
    Editorial: Equity
    Editorial: The Worst Mayor/Council Appointment In Recent History And What To Do About It
    Long Beach's Fireworks Fiasco
    Editorial: For A Green-Light Measure In Long Beach: Letting The People Decide Density And Parking Impacts In Their City, Not Politicians And Development Interests
    Editorial: Unmentioned on Memorial Day in Long Beach
    Opinion / VIDEO: The Late Jack Smith Tells Council THIS About Neighborhood Crime/Safety And Homeless...On Oct. 11, 2016

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    Adoptable pets and more:

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  • Perspective / Opinion: The Mythological Mayor: Beverly O'Neill In Balance
  • Transcript Excerpts of Historic Feb. 13, 2001 City Council Vote on QW Bay "Pike" Development
  • How ELB Traffic Project Was Canceled And $1,000,000 Diverted For Downtown Walkway; Other Projects At Traffic Circle & Iron Triangle Not Delivered As Promised
  • 2003: Independent Consultant Says City Hall "Has Created A False Impression Of Solvency"
  • Deputy City Auditor Report Shows LB Convention & Entertainment Center Operations Cost LB Taxpayers $2.5 Million in FY 2000, $3.0 Million in FY 99; Cumulative operating losses since 1978 opening exceed $60 million; City Auditor Burroughs' Recommended Action: "Receive and File"
  • Video Shows Councilman Garcia Typing, Texting, Seemingly Not Focused On Testimony During Residents' Quasi-Judicial Appeal of City's Planned Handling Of Toxic Contaminated Colorado Lagoon Soil
  • What Some Councilmembers Did While Taxpayers Testified On Toxics

  • Archival Access: Hear What Council Was Told In 1995 About Aquarium Paying Its Bond Debt Without Taxpayer Bailout <
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    Dead Whale Found In Port Shipping Channel
    Man Is Shot/Wounded Overnight, PCH/Cedar (Border b/w South Wrigley/Washington Middle School Neighborhoods, 1st/6th districts)

    In Depth / Perspective: Disclosed In Pre-Xmas Non-Prime-Time "Study Session": LB Taxpayers Face Fiscal Trainwreck After Upcoming Mayor/Council Elections: Deficits (Spending Exceeding Revenue) In FYs 19+20+21 Totaling Over $30 Mil
  • Mgm't's previous estimate for FY19+FY20 deficit increases roughly 40%-55% in six months and acknowledges add'l deficit in FY 21
  • Mgm't proposes partial fix for FY19 IF Council increases fines/fees/shifts "Measure A" (sales tax increase) funds to "maintain" (not restore further) public safety services BUT says this partial fix will STILL leave est. $7.3 mil deficit that re-elected or new Council will deal with in summer 2018 with some likely proposed "Department Reductions"
  • Mgm't doesn't mention that deficits include Mayor/Council-approved city employee/management raises, hotel room tax "sharing" (giveaways) and start of annual escalating "Civic Center" payouts to private operator
  • Mgm't says an additional $8.3 Mil "litigation" deficit requires LB voter-fix with Charter change after LB taxpayer Lejins forced city settlement/rebates due to multiple Mayors/Councils shrugging Prop 218 voter approval req't
    Long Beach Sees Spectacular Space X Vandenberg Rocket Launch Carrying Iridium Communications Satellites

    Launch in progress as seen in ELB
    Residents In Multiple ELB Neighborhoods Had Their Car Windows Broken, Seemingly Shot Out (Possibly With A BB Or Pellet Gun) By Vandal(s) Overnight (Dec. 20-21)

    Photo via crime victim on
    UPDATED With Reactin: City Auditor Report on LB Animal Care Services Offers 173 Improvement Measures, Admits More Resources Needed (But Doesn't Criticize Mayor or Council Budget Actions), Doesn't Propose "No Kill" Options, Recommends Future "Strategic Plan" To Decide What Shelter Should Be
  • Auditor's report says compared to "many other open intake municipal shelters" that focus on animal control, LBACS "is performing above average when it comes to recognizing the need for programming aimed at saving animal lives" but while Live Release Rates have increased, this has been "accomplished without the addition of resources to fully support new program" which has "strained already limited ACS resources...affecting service effectiveness and efficiency."
  • Stayin' Alive LB says report includes many recommendations it has made over the past four years and shows management flaws
  • VIDEO / Follow-Up: Security Cam Video Shows What Occurred Outside Council Chamber/City Hall, Incl. Physical Assault, After Sometimes Audibly Raucous Planning Comm'n Hearing Re Los Cerritos Oil Consolidation/Wetlands Restoration Project

    Person With Gun Allegedly Chases Two People While Shooting At Them, 1600 block Locust Ave. (1st Council dist.); No Persons Hit, Two Vehicles Damaged

    2014 to date: Red Xs=homicides; Blue Xs= shootings, person wounded; Brown Xs=shots fired at victim(s), not hit; Purple Xs=shots at occupied residence/vehicle; Green Xs= shots at unoccupied vehicle/residence; Grey Xs=shots fired (no hit, no target identified); Orange X's=non-fatal stabbings. Map is unofficial. A separate map (not shown here) indicates add'l shootings in NLB.
    Follow-Up: Councilwoman Jeannine Pearce Is Served With Notice Of Intention To Recall, Writes These Two Responses (Facebook And Official); Recall Committee Says It Has Financial Resources To Carry Process Through, Expects To Begin Gathering Signatures Soon After First Of New Year
    Recall Launched Against 2nd dist. Councilwoman Jeannine Pearce

    Recall supporters come to Council meeting to serve Notice of Intent To Recall on Councilwoman Pearce
    Eighty Public Speakers, Most Saying "No" To LUE /Recommend Receive and File...And Mayor-Picked Planning Comm'n Recommends "Yes" With Some Map Tweaks; Non-Binding Action Sets Stage For Council Decision On Increased Density
    Hotel Developer of Historic Jergins Trust Site (SE Corner Ocean/Pine) Wants 80% Of Hotel Room Tax Over Nine Years (Upfront Increase From 50% Over 20 Yrs)
    City Att'y Says Sac'to Density Dictates Mean New LB "Granny Flats" Ordinance Coming To Council Hearing Dec. 12 Can't Require Parking In Some Ways Council Wanted And In Much Of City Except On These Terms
    Eleven LB-Area Groups (Incl. Advocates For Rent Control, Affordable Housing, Bicycle/Pedestrian Infrastructure) Say They'll Support Proposed Land Use Element If It Includes Their Strengthening Suggestions That Include...
    Focus On Council Incumbent
    New / Analysis / Perspective: Councilwoman Mungo Tells Constituents SB 35 Doesn't "Govern" or "Usurp" Local Land Use Element, But We Question That Because...
    New / Analysis / Perspective: Councilwoman Mungo Says This In "5th District LUE Fact Sheet", But We Say It Includes Statements That Aren't Factual
    New / Analysis / Perspective: Councilwoman Mungo Creates Video re LUE Making These Statements That We Question
    New / In Depth: Long Beach City Officials Let These Multiple Sac'to Bills (Beyond SB 35) Pass Without City Opposition (Remained Neutral/Took "Watch" Position) That Could Now Impact Proposed Land Use Element / Density Increases
    Mayor Garcia Sent This Letter In March, Told Sac'to Lawmakers Long Beach Wanted Them To Enact 2017 Gasoline Tax Hike (SB 1), Said LB Residents "Made It Apparent" By Approving 2016 LB Sales Tax Increase
    Mayor Garcia Told State Senator That Long Beach Welcomes Inclusion In A Bill That Could Let LB Bars/Restaurants Serve Alcohol Till 4 a.m.
    Garcia is quoted in Senator's release as saying it wouldn't work citywide in LB but gives "City & local law enforcement flexibility to allow special events in Downtown Entertainment District," an option Garcia said is "supported by Downtown LB [Business] Alliance"
    With PODCAST Audio: Sustainable City Comm'n Member Gonzales Says He Said Opposite Of What Some In Los Cerritos Oil/Wetlands Project Team Say Was Said In Verbal (Not Physical) Encounter After Planning Comm'n Meeting
    We also include audio of Mr. Gonzales' testimony during the Planning Comm'n hearing
    With PODCAST Audio: Increased City Hall Area Security/Lighting Needed Say Los Cerritos Oil/Wetlands Project Consultants After Team Member Allegedly Physically Attacked, Others Verbally Lambasted After Planning Comm'n Hearing
    After Testifying In Support Of Los Cerritos Oil Consolidation/Wetlands Restoration Project, BOMP Consultant Is Allegedly Physically Assaulted Outside City Hall, Possibly By A Project Opponent
    First (Again) on "League of CA Cities" Didn't Want You To See What They Told Cities (Incl. Long Beach) About Impacts Of SB 35 And Other Sac'to Housing Bills...But Shows You Here
    Coverage In Depth, Includes On-Demand PODCAST Extended Audio Coverage: Planning Comm'n Hears Sharply Differing Testimony -- With Prominent Wetlands/Wildlife Groups Non-Committal -- Votes 7-0 To Recommend Council Approval Of Oil Operator's Proposal To Remove Eyesore Surface Drilling, Move Drilling Offsite With 100+ Underground Slant Drilled Wells And Restore 150+ Acres Of SE LB Wetlands

    Midnight Hour Attempted Armed Robbery, Victim Is Shot, 5100 block Atlantic (8th dist.)
    LBPD Releases New Docs And Photos Re Pearce-Cotter Incident
  • As previously reported by, PD didn't arrest and D.A. declined to prosecute Councilwoman Pearce re alleged domestic violence and PD didn't arrest Councilwoman Pearce on suspicion of DUI

  • Exiting LB Dev'ment Services Dir. Bodek Starting Salary At L.A. County Will Be $250k With Employment Contract; Board of Supes Agenda Item Describes Her New Duties
    Text-To-911 Now Operating In Multiple L.A. County Cities...Including Long Beach
    Subsequent development above
    Oil Field Operator's Offer To Remove Eyesore Surface Drilling And Restore 150+ Acres Of SE LB Wetlands (North of 2nd St b/w PCH-Studebaker) By Using Underground Slant-Drilling From Two Offsite Sites Gets Planning Comm'n Hearing
    Amy Bodek, Director Long Beach Development Services, Ankles LB To Become Director Of Regional Planning For Los Angeles County
    City Attorney's Office Sends This Memo To Mayor/Council Re SB 35
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