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But first, Long Beach must persuade state officials to allow the city to move more quickly than Los Angeles County in the reopening process. [Read More]
The idea for a program is to address both the "nuisance motels" that seem to be magnets for crime and the need for more housing... [Read More]
The city's death toll as of Thursday was 68. [Read More]
The county also announced 1,204 new cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, bringing the total number of infections so far to 42,307. [Read More]
Some Long Beach renters who have lost income due to the coronavirus may soon be eligible for rental assistance from the city. [Read More]
The news came a day after Long Beach reported 10 new deaths. [Read More]
both renters and business owners - will likely be eligible for more relief from eviction if their ability to pay rent has been impacted in... [Read More]
That outlook is "potentially more likely to get worse than better," according to the city's budget manager Grace Yoon. [Read More]
The city said in a statement that the number of newly reported deaths "does not suggest a spike or surge in fatalities." [Read More]
Among other goals, the proposal would help speed up the economic recovery process for businesses by allowing them to serve more customers in outdoor spaces. [Read More]
Councilman Joe Buscaino introduced a motion that would request the City Attorney to write an ordinance that would create a "low-cost permit process" for businesses... [Read More]
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