Lips on the neck + Virtual meetings again? + Measure an expense
Hello, Long Beach! Let’s start this day. Here’s what’s going on in town today.
A guy with a lip tattoo on his neck think he can grop women. (Does your mother know what you are doing?) Recommendations from the health service virtual. Only 2.96% of Measure a money went to road improvements; surprised?
First of all, the weather forecast for the day:
Partly sunny and very hot. High: 89 Low: 64.
Here are the best stories in Long Beach today:
- Update: The LBPD is still looking for the sexual abuser. It has a unique tattoo of a pair of lips on her neck. If you know this guy, drop a dime! (NBC)
- The ever-changing recommendations from LB health workers have struck again. Long Beach health worker Anissa Davis “recommended that all public meeting bodies, including the municipal council, consider switching to virtual format. “So far, the health order has not been updated. (LB Post)
- Remember when the vast majority voted for Measure A? He increased sales taxes in 2016 for a decade to “support public roads and security services.” If you are curious about how the money is spent, you might have some surprises. The LBPD obtained “48.21% of the measure A budget. ”The PD spent $ 35 million to“ improve the lives of police officers and update communication technologies ”. 2.96% went to street improvement. The LBFD and paramedics get 15.20%. The final 30.63% spend go to “infrastructure investment, the details of which have has not been publicly disclosed. “(LB Local News)
- American Investment Bank is expanding. It operates a new loan production office 5000 Spring Street East, in suite 570. The company works primarily with members of the business community to meet “their financial needs”. (Yahoo finance)
- The Millikan Rams defeated Lakewood. Their 49-7 victory is just the latest chapter in the schools’ long-standing rivalry. The Hamilton Trophy returns. (The 562)
Today in Long Beach:
- Open house at the Center communautaire juif d’Alpert from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on October 3 – A FREE day at the J! (9:00 a.m.)
- Wee Sing Easter Songs (9:30 am)
- Jazzville presents a live jazz and burlesque brunchette (11:00 a.m.)
- Long Beach Open Studio Tour (12:00 p.m.)
- Vespers on Dog Beach followed by the blessing of the animals (4:30 p.m.)
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- City of Long Beach: Take part in a Pick ‘N’ Treat tomorrow from 8am to 11:30 am! Take a short walking tour of beautiful Willow Springs Park and the nearby cemetery. (Facebook)
- Long Beach Public Library: Read with Alejandra Albarrán Moses! She is the Early Childhood Education Coordinator in Long Beach. She will read “Isabel and her colors go to school” by Alexandra Alessandri. (Facebook)
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– Sylvie Cochran
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