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Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Price of Crude Way Above $70 a Barrel -- City Needs to Recompute Revenues
If you read this chart for the price of Crude Oil -- and factor in that crude oil taken from Long Beach commands a slightly higher price than the posted WTI Crude -- you will see that the price remained way above the $70 now booked in the City Budget.
What does that mean? More revenue for the City.
Posted by Gerrie Schipske at Tuesday, September 04, 2012
Save Station 18
Many of you have asked why the City of Long Beach is fixing Wardlow (those of you who live on it know why). I asked Public Works to prepa...
Prior to the construction of a 150-acre airport in 1923, pilots could be seen taking off and landing on the long strand of beach or on a san...
For the first time in the history of California, politicians of either major party will NOT be having influence on how the boundary lines ar...
The Long Beach Fire Department today announced the closure of a fire engine at Belmont Shore Fire Station 8. The engine will be relocated ...