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Wednesday, December 4, 2013
10 Breath Taking Reasons Why Only One Member of Council Stood Up for Taxpayers And Voted Against Spending Yet Another Million Dollars on Yet Another Consultant
Cities of San Francisco, Los Angeles and Pasadena have all retrofitted their
City Halls instead of tearing them down,
even though their buildings were constructed in: 1912 – San Francisco; 1928 – Los Angeles; 1927 –
Pasadena. And, the shock of it all, these cities involved their City Council and their taxpayers.
Council removed a large portion of funding for “public outreach” efforts that
would ask the taxpayers for their
opinions on this mega project. Seems only fair? If the elected City Council doesn’t get to give input on this
project, then why should taxpayers...
Posted by Gerrie Schipske at Wednesday, December 04, 2013
Save Station 18
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...
I came home the other day to see a yellow notice taped to my front doorknob. The notice was also visible up and down Studebaker. These are s...
WPA artist, Grace Clements, who designed the tile mosaics on the floor of the Long Beach Municipal Airport and murals on the walls of the te...
USC Graduate Students Present Winning Design for 2nd and PCH in Long Beach A couple of weeks ago I placed an item on the council age...
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...
In response to the Little Hoover Commission's report on public employee pensions and Councilman Gary De Long's current attempt to g...