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Jan 16, City released data: (Information as of Jan 15): Seven day positivity rate (percent of tests performed showing COVID-19 positive) down to 15.5% from 15.7%, 15.9%, 16.3%, 16.9%, 17.2%, 17.3%, 17.5%, 17.6%, 17.5%, 16.7%, 16.0%, 15.0%, 14.8%, 14.7%, 14.6%, 14.9%, 14.7%, 14.4%, 14.0%, 13.6%, 13.2%, 12.9%, 12.7%, 12.4%, 12.1%, 11.5%, 10,7%, 10.2%, 9.9%, 9.3%, 7.25%, 6.8%, and 6.4% smoothed over 7 days. Daily new 7 day case rate dwn to 155.7 per 100k from 158.6, 141.6, 134.4, 139.6, 141.5, 135.6, 133.0, 129.4, 122.8, 114.7, 117.5, 130.7, 134.3, 131.1, 128.3, 130.9, 129.8, 124.2, 118.7, 117.1, 110.7, 106.4, 100.1, 95.4, 88.7, 81.1, 74.1, 68.3, 50.3, 46.5, 39.8, and 36.7 in preceding days. Long Beach deaths rise to 535 from 520, 506, 499, 484, 460, 447, 420, 402, 395, 391, 380, 358, 347, 341, 333, 319, 315, 311.
Dec. 6: City updated Health Order with applicable terms summarized in this release.
|New / Publisher's First Person: Long Beach Mayor/City Hall Mgm't Get Vax, Some Residents Get App'tments, Others Say They Got Email/Voice Mail/Digital Brush-offs. I'm 65+ And Here's What I Encountered
New: Now It's 23 Shootings Since Jan 1: Three Shootings Within Four Hours In Central LB (CD 4 + CD 1) And NLB (CD 9), Persons Not Hit But Two Residences And A Vehicle Struck, Casings Found
A fourth shooting (23rd) occurred under somewhat different circumstances.
LB's Future In Space / A Continuing Series: Two LB-Based Firms Ready Space Launches In Coming Days
New: Now 19 LB Shootings (Two More In NLB) Since Jan 1: (1) 300 block Plymouth (CD 8), Casings Found But No Person(s) Found Hit; (2) Man Shot, Possibly In Area of Artesia/LB Blvd. (CD 9) But No Crime Scene Found
New: LA County Health Dept. Warns Of COVID-19 Outbreaks Linked To Workplaces Incl. Grocery Stores, Warehouses, Manufacturing And Logistics Facilities, Also Cites Increases In School Daycare Settings
Doug Krikorian / Viewpoint The Memorable Life Of Tommy Lasorda: From World Series Titles To Slim-Fast Diets To Obscenity-Laced Jim Healy Tapes To Pitching To Jack Clark To A Sacred Legacy Of Laughter And Success On The Ball Yards Of America
Mr. Krikorian, an award winning journalist and author of two books, earned multiple awards in his 22 years of writing for the Long Beach Press-Telegram and 22 years for the Los Angeles Herald Examiner. He is happily retired.
New / Perspective: Now 17 LB Shooting Crime Scenes Since Jan 1: Boy Is Shot/Wounded, Multiple Vehicles And A Residence Are Struck By Gunfire, Area 10th St/Myrtle Ave. (Border CD 6/Saro and CD 1/Zendejas)
Comes 24 Hrs After Mayor Garcia Delivers "State of City" Message With No Mention Of Public Safety Or Plan To Restore All Or Some Of 200+ Officers LB Taxpayers Had And No Longer Have
All House Dems -- Plus 10 Repubs -- Pass Resolution Impeaching President Trump
Next Step Awaits Uncertain Senate Action
Two More Shootings: 5200 block LB Blvd (CD 8) 400 block Magnolia Ave. (CD 1)
By our tally now 16 shooting crime scenes since Jan. 1
Coverage Coming:In His "State of City" Message, Mayor Garcia Fails To Mention Public Safety/Crime/Shootings (Our Updated Unofficial Tally = 16 Shooting Crime Scenes Since Jan 1) Or Looming Queen Mary Costs Oe Restoring Defunded Officers Or Requiring Community Hospital Lessee/Operator To Reimburse LB Taxpayers For $250k Public Resources (Advanced For "Elevator Repairs") While Hospital Remains Only Partially Reopened With Limited Services Under Four Month State License; Garcia Focuses On COVID-19 (In Which City Followed Directives From Sac'to/Gov Newsom And LA County )
New: Car To Car Shooting Along Cherry Ave. Between Market/South Streets Minutes Before Mayor Garcia Begins His "State of the City Message" Which Doesn't Mention Crime Or Multiple Recent Shootings
All House Dems (Plus One Repub) Pass Resolution Urging VP Pence To Use 25th Amendment To Declare President Trump Unable To Carry Out His Duties And Remove Him; With Pence's Refusal, House Vote On Impeachment Resolution Will Follow This Morning (Jan. 13)
Newly elected Congresswoman Michelle Steel (R, Huntington Beach), who recently tested positive for COVID-19, among 5 House Repubs recorded as "Not Voting." Could have cast "yes" or "no" vote by proxy, bat didn't. How many Repubs will support Impeachment resolution? LBREPORT.com will livestreams House actions
Perspective: LB's First Murder Victim of 2021 Lived In Homeless Encampment, Just Over A Mile Due East of Multi-Million-Dollar NLB Homeless Facility
Developing; Read Them: This House Resolution Asks VP Pence To Invoke 25th Amendment To Remove President Trump; If Pence Declines, House Vote On This Impeachment Resolution Will Follow
LBREPORT.com To Livestream Upcoming House Actions
Woman Is Shot/Wounded Riding Her Bike At Predawn, Del Amo @ Pacific (CD 8)
Six More LBUSD Preschool Sites Report COVID-19 Cases, Districtwide Total Since Sept. 1 Nearing 200 (Employees + Students + Vendors/Visitors)
Some Notices Include Quarantine Directive Instructing Child To Quarantine For At Least 14 Days
Man And Woman Shot/Wounded in NLB's Coolidge Triangle (CD 9/Richardson); It's NINTH LB Shooting Crime Scene (Central LB + NLB) Since Jan. 1 Crime Scene (Central LB + NLB) Since Jan. 1
Long Beach Had 36 Murders In 2020 (Up From 34 In 2019 And Higher Than 5 Year Average); See Which Council Districts Had Most
LBPD COVID Outbreak Impacts 13 Uniformed Employees, One Is Hospitalized
Community Hospital License to Partially Reopen Is For Four Months. What Procedural Step(s) Must It Take To Operate Beyond With Add'l Services? CA Dept. of Public Health Says....
LBUSD Sup't (With Six Other School Dist Sup'ts) Tells Governor: Remove Our Local School Dist. Decisionmakng, Preventing Supt, School Board Or Community Groups From Refusing To Apply Sac'to-Decided COVID-19 Reopening Standards
LBUSD Sup't Baker says she'll provide information to School Board in closed and open session next week
Mayor Garcia Volunteers Long Beach To Test "Universal Basic Income." Do You Support This?
LBREPORT.com Invites Your Responses To These Questions About LBPD Violent Crime Focus And Current Mayor/Council Spending Priorities
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Special Report / In Depth / Amnesia File: Long Beach Had But No Longer Has An LBPD Field Anti-Gang Unit. How'd That Happen?
Cong. Lowenthal calls for impeaching President Trump
Subsequent development above Community Hospital License Is For Four Months, Allows Only Partial Reopening Now, May Require Add'l Inspections For Further Services
If You See Something And Say Something, CA's "Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board" Recommends Police Question YOU About Your Possible Racial/Ethnic Biases, Possibly Have YOU Apologize And Perform Community Service For Group Working With Persons Of Color Or Possibly Undergo Court Ordered "Cultural Sensitivity Training"
Cites Police Racial/Ethnic Disparities In Police Stops/Arrests And "Bias By Proxy"
COVID Outbreak at Fire Stn 14
Long Beach's COVID Positivity Test Rate Hits 16% -- A Disturbing New High -- BUT 7 Day New Case Rate Dips To 117.5 Per 100k From 130.7; LB Deaths Now Total 401
In Depth / Perspective: State Agency Docs Show LB's State Legislators Told Governor Community Hospital Was Ready To Reopen (When It Wasn't) And Sought Share Of COVID-19 Emergency Funds To Ensure Enough Capital To Pay LLC's Employees/Provide Services (Unexplained To Partially Reopen A Fraction Of Hospital's Capacity)
A month later, LB City Council advanced LLC/operator $250,000 for repairs LLC/operator was req'd under its lease with City to pay for
Two Shootings End 2020: NLB and Southern Central LB (Rose Park)
Editorial: City Attorney's COVID Memo Omits Legal Developments, Gives Mayor/Council Political Cover To Do Nothing
Guest Commentary: My Grown-Up Votes On Ballot Measures
by Lisa Ramelow *
* Ms. Ramelow is a Long Beach writer.
"Iíve been working on staying out of politics. But I do slip every now and then..."MORE
Editorial: Eleven Years Gone, Remembering Melody Ross, Regretting Current LB School Board Election That Failed To Prioritize Ridding Campuses of Gangs
Editorial: No Longer About Explosives/Fireworks; Now It's About Lies
Might August Allegations, Downplayed By Allen During Campaign, Cost Her Newly Elected Office? Taxpayers Deserve Enforcement Agencies' Decision On The Merits
Opinion Counterpoint Councilwoman Price Says She Did -- And Does -- Support Prop 20, Cites Her Record Urging Fix For Props 47/57/AB 109 And Collecting Thousands Of Signatures to Put Prop 20 On Ballot
Opinion: Long Beach Mayor/City Councilmember(s) Could Have -- But Didn't - Agendize Item To Support Prop 20 (Reforms Parts Of Current CA Laws That Invite Business Thefts and Neighborhood Impacting Crimes)
Measures A & B: LBREPORT.com Seeks District Attorney Review Of Long Beach Mayor/City Council Feb. 18 Actions re Measure B
Measures A & B: Garcia-Run Campaign Has Spent Over $380,000 Since
8th Dist: Dollar Donnybrook: Organized Labor Spends Large Sum For Thrash-Ntuk; Business Interests Spend Big to Re-Elect Austin; Reform Ticket Challenger Ovalle Uses Contribs Mainly From Grassroots Residents
2nd Dist Deluge: Over $120,000 Spent Since Jan. 1 To Put Cindy Allen On City Council ($70k+ From These Contribs + $50k+ From Two Indie Committees); Reform Ticket Candidate Robert Fox (Using Mainly His Own Money) Has Spent $60k+; Pearce Endorsee Lara About $10k, Barrera About $5.5k
8th Dist + 6th Dist. These Five Entities + One Individual Just Added $42,500 To Indie Campaign Seeking To Re-Elect Council Incumbents Andrews And Austin
8th Dist: In 8th Dist., UniteHere! Union Adds $50,000 (Producing $125,000) For Organized-Labor Indie Campaign Seeking To Elect Thrash-Ntuk
Follow the Money: Carpenters Union PAC Adds $10k To Garcia-Run Pro-Measure A Sales Tax Campaign; It's Collected Over Half A Million To Date From These Entities To Spend Against Grassroots Taxpayers Relying On Bare-Bones Individual Efforts
2nd Dist: These Persons / Entities Gave These Sums To Elect Cindy Allen To LB City Council (2nd Dist.)
6th Dist: Three Unions Just Gave Nearly A Quarter Million Dollars To L.A. County Labor Fed'n Which Is Allocating Estimated $40,000 In Indie Effort To Elect Suely Saro In 6th District (South Wrigley/Central LB/Cambodia Town)
Mayor Garcia: See Who Gave Maximum Sums To Mayor Garcia's 2026 Lt. Governor Committee (That He's Used Thus Far As A Slush Fund To Support Other Campaigns)
Subsequent coverage above: These Five Entities Just Gave $170,000 More -- Producing Total Now Nearly Half A Million -- For Garcia-Run Campaign To Continue Imposing
Subsequent cverage above: 8th Dist: $75,000 Labor-Backed Indie Campaign Surfaces In 8th District Backing Thrash-Ntuk
Subsequent coverage above 6th + 8th Dists: These Entities Funded Indie Campaign Supporting
Subsequent coverage above Measure A Sales Tax: LB Firefighters Union Adds $125,000 to $200,000 From Police Officers Union To Fund Garcia-Run Campaign To Permanently Impose "Measure A" (Blank Check) Sales Tax
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| If Your Neighborhood Gets Pounded (Again) By Illegal Fireworks/Explosives, Here's The LB City Council's 2020 Record On The Issue
Community Hospital Operator, Given License For Up To 158 Beds, Will Partially Reopen Jan. 4 With 11 ICU Peds + Space For 40 Other Patients; No COVID-19 Patients, Only Prearranged Transfers Of Others From Other Facilities, No Walk-Ins, No Emergency Room For Now
No mention in City release of repaying LB taxpayers for $250,000 advanced by April 2020 Council vote for repairs MWN's lease required LLC to pay for
Another Wrigley Shooting In Veterans Park (Second Within 10 Days), This Time It's Drive-By With No Persons Hit
Long Beach Health Dept Pleads With Public: Stay Home Over New Year's Weekend
Perspective: Politics for Grown Ups/Elections Matter: In ELB's Fifth District, Former Councilwoman Schipske And Businessman John Osborn Signal They May Run; Mungo Mum
QM Special Meeting Closed Session: (1) Councilmembers Allen, Supernaw, Mungo Not Present On Opening Roll Call, Not Immediately Clear If They Entered Meeting At Some Point Later On Queen Mary Lease Amendment Terms; (2) City Att'y Parkin Says No Publicly Reportable Action At This Time From Closed Session
Subsequent development above Something's Up re Queen Mary: Council Skeds ANOTHER Closed Session Monday Dec. 28 Re Lease Amendment Terms For Queen Mary Lessee Urban Commons
Man Is Shot/Wounded, Multiple Parked Vehicles Hit, At Least Two Houses Struck By Gunfire, NW NLB (LB Blvd/Scott St.)
Another CD 4 (Councilman Supernaw) Shooting: Man Is Shot/Wounded In 1100 block Obispo (One Week After 14 Yr Old Child Found Fatally Shot 1400 block St. Louis)
CA Gov Newsom Chooses CA Sec'y of State Alex Padilla To Fill Kamala Harris Senate Vacancy
Two Saturday (Dec. 19) Shootings (1) Pike Paseo (Midafternoon) (2) Wrigley UPDATED LOCATION Veterans Park Rec Center (Mid-Evening)
When 14 Yr Old Cambodian Child Is Found Shot To Death In Killing LBPD Investigates As Gang Related, Newly Elected Councilwoman Suely Saro -- Who Opposes Restoring LBPD's Field Anti-Gang Unit -- Says "Donít Be So Quick To Judge When 'Gang-Related' Is Mentioned" And Offers These Diversions
Cambodian Child, Age 14, Was Fatal Shooting Victim Found Deceased 1400 block St. Louis (CD 4/Supernaw)
Amnesia File: Includes transcript of Supernaw telling taxpayers (April 2019) to stop raising issue of Council's failure to restore LBPD field anti-gang unit
Two More LBUSD K-5 Locations (Holmes & Signal Hill) Report Possible COVID-19 Exposures
Two More LBUSD K-5 Locations (Buffum and Plymouth) Report Possible COVID-19 Exposures...And Buffum Closes its Head Start Program Until Reopening Jan. 4
New LA County DA George Gascon For Grown-Ups; He Didn't Hide His Views; He Was Elected And Here's Who Endorsed Him
City Mgm't Says Council Should Require Proponents Of Aerial Gondola Connecting DTLB With "Queen Mary Island" To Show Secured Funding For At Least 80% Of $500,000 Feasibility Study Cost
Advises using private funding but invites seeking Port or other grants, says Council may add City funding later
AUDIO: Councilman Uranga Offers These Gracious Words In Adjourning Council Meeting In Honor Of Tom Stout
Fatal Shooting In Supernaw's 4th Dist: 1400 block St. Louis
Long Beach COVID-19 Numbers Continue To Surge
Long Beach COVID 7-Day Smoothed Positivity Rate Rises Sharply Despite City Concealing Daily Rises, Offers Public Only 7-Day Smoothed Figure Diluted By Data Up To A Week Old
Council's Vice Mayor, Their Choice, Their Votes, But LB Voters Will Decide If It Will Help Or Hurt Possible Mayoral Run By Rex Richardson
Councilman Richardson Agendizes Dec. 15 Council Item To Begin Steps To Rename NLB's South Street Parkway As "Pressburg Parkway," Would Recognize Years of Civic Activism by Dan Pressburg
Inequity By The Numbers: In December Thus Far, Long Beach's CD 1 Has Had More Shootings And Homicides Per Capita Than Chicago.
In Sept., Council voted to defund nearly 50 more officers in addition to 180+ not previously restored, including former field anti-gang unit
Pacific6/MWN Principal John Molina Said Recent Movie Shoots Using Community Hospital During COVID-19 Crisis Surge Were "Planned Months Ago"...But City Mgm't Says Most Recent Film Shoot (Dec. 21-23) Permit Was Requested Dec. 14 And City's Special Events/Filming Office Approved It Dec. 21
Garcia Tweets Concept of Nat'l COVID Memorial As If It's His Idea, But It's Not; Fed'l Bill Proposed It In July, NPR Article Detailed Concept In Early December
Despite Life Endangering COVID-19 Lack of Hospital Capacity, And $250,000 In Repairs LB Taxpayers Paid For With No Req't To Do So, Long Beach Community Hospital Remains Closed And Is Being Used As A Movie Filming Venue
City management blocks LBREPORT.com from questioning Mayor at "news conference," imposes these press restrictions
|Alarmed By COVID-19 Surge, City of Long Beach Issues Official Statement: Says Gather Only With Familymembers For Christmas, Warns Of "Even Stronger Surge" Unless Residents Make Sacrifices
"If we donít want to see another, even stronger surge, we need to make sacrifices this holiday season. Stay home as much as you possibly can; wear a face covering over your nose and mouth whenever you are out; and whatever you do, donít gather with others outside your household, either inside or outside. Our lives depend on it."
LBUSD Sup't Cites COVID-Surge To Continue Distance Learning/Keep Campuses Closed Thru At Least March 1 And Possibly April 12
Three More LBUSD Campuses Send K-5 Parents Notices Their Someone On Campus [Cites Dates] Had COVID-19 And Their Child May Have Been Exposed
Subsequent development above Council To Hold Closed Session Re Lease Amendment Terms For Queen Mary Lessee Urban Commons
Now It's LB's Latest Murder: Man Shot In CD1's Drake Park (900 block Loma Vista) Dies
He Was With A Woman Getting Items Out of Their Vehicle When Group Allegedly Confronted And Shot At Them; LBPD Provides These Details
Another CD6 Shooting: PCH/Daisy
Another CD1 Shooting -- Anaheim/Chestnut (Northern Edge of Willmore City Just Blocks From Drake Park Where Man Was Shot Less Than 24 Hrs Earlier)
With COVID-19 Surging, Reopen Schools Or Continue Distance Learning? Since Sept. 1, 118 Cases (77 LBUSD Staff + 32 Students + 9 Visitors/Vendors) Reported With COVID-19
Parents/Guardians With K-5 CDC/Preschool Students At Hudson, Barton, Lincoln And Starr-King Latest To Receive Notices That Their Child May Have Been Exposed
Subsequent development above Another Shooting In CD1's Drake Park: Man Is Shot In Head Fri Nite Dec. 11
LA County Says No Docs Found In Response to Part Of LBREPORT.com Records Request For Garcia Text To Supervisor Solis Re Restaurant Closure
LB COVID-19 Vax Plan: None For Most Till Mid Summer 2021; Prioritizes These Groups First
City of Long Beach Conceals/Downplays Its Daily COVID-19 "Positivity Rate" (Percentage Of Positive Test Results), Blocks Public/Press Access To Daily Data; Offers Figure Diluted By Data Up To A Week Old
(Dec. 10): TWO Shootings Within An Hour In CD 4's "Zaferia" Neighborhood (Supernaw); PCH/Obispo + 1300 block Ohio
VIDEO: Did You See It?: LB Got GREAT View As Int'l; Space Station Orbited Nearly Directly Above Us. (Hidden Early In Pass By High Clouds, We Nearly Missed It.)
Follow-Up To Sic Transit: Councilman Uranga To Make Motion To Adjourn Dec. 15 Council Meeting In Memory of LB Taxpayer Advocate (And CD 7 Resident) Tom Stout
AUDIO: Council Votes
Vote comes at 1:08 a.m. after Mayor Garcia moves other items ahead but doesn't advance this one
Subsequent development above Mayor/Council Snub Passing Of LB Taxpayer Advocate Tom Stout, Not One Moves To Adjourn Council Meeting In His Memory
Subsequent coverage above: Fact Check / Perspective: El Dorado Park Artificial Turf Field: Recent Salient Statements By City Mgm't vs. Councilwoman Mungo Compared
Subsequent coverage above:Sic Transit Tom Stout, Co-Founder LB Taxpayers Ass'n, Spoke Up For Residents Under Three Mayors And Councils
"Selfie" image from Mr. Stout's Facebook page
Long Beach Surges Thru Its Previous Record 7-Day Level Of Individuals Testing Positive For COVID-19
Perspective: Regardless Of Whom You Blame, This Chart Shows It's More Risky Now To Go Anywhere In Long Beach Than Just Weeks Ago. And City Mgm't Isn't Disclosing The Real Daily Number
Now It's A Homicide: Another CD 1 Shooting: Female Adult Killed And Female Juvenile Shot/Wounded Anaheim/Magnolia
LBPD says murder victim, 36 year old LB woman, "has no gang affiliation and is believed to be an unintended target of the suspect."
Despite Limited K-5 LBUSD Campus Activities, 54 Staff + 22 Students + 7 Visitors/Vendors Confirmed Infected With COVID-19 Since Sept 1
Parents At Mann And Prisk Latest To Get Notices of Their Child's Possible Exposure
Another CD1 Willmore Area Shooting: 200 block W. 6th St; Evidence Found (Incl. Bullet Casings) But No Wounded Persons Found
Another CD1 Shooting: Man Wounded In Willmore City/Drake Park Area Shooting
Governor Newsom Issues Regionalized Stay At Home Order, See Details Of What It Does/Doesn't Allow
Subsequent development above As COVID Cases Surge, Several Hundred Residents March Thru Naples/Belmont Shore, Urge City Hall to Re-Open Long Beach (Reduce Restrictions On Restaurants/Re-Open Schools)
|Monied Business/Restaurant Interests And Allies Launch "Accountability PAC," Schedule Dec. 2 "Accountability March" Urging "Opening Up Long Beach"
Wrigley Shooters Attack Man In His Vehicle, Who Pursues Them And Is Shot To Death In Collision At Magnolia/Wardlow
Man Shot-At While Seated In His Parked Vehicle, 1800 block E. 5th St.
Gunfire Strikes Several Parked Vehicles, 2300 block Myrtle Ave.
Dec. 8 Council "Consent Calendar" (No-Discussion/Separate Recorded Vote Unless A Councilmember Requests It) Would Spend $250,000 To Enable "Right To Counsel" For Tenants Challenging Certain Property Owner Actions
Mayor Garcia Included It In His FY21 Budget Recommendations; Council Rubberstamped It Advancing It To Possible Spending Vote Now
Dec. 8: City Staff Will Seek Council Approval To Spend $3.11 Million Total Cost For El Dorado Park Artificial Turf Soccer Field, Council Approval Would Launch Construction/Installation
Another South Wrigley Shooting (CD6): In Broad Daylight Shots Leave Bullet Holes And Strike Marks On Vehicles Parked In 2200 block Earl (b/w Pacific-LB Blvd., b/w PCH-Willow) No Persons Hit
With NO City Council Discussion (Again), City Mgm't Says It Will Make Unspecified Changes To LB's COVID Health Order. Will LB Follow Or Make Change To LA County's Coming Nov. 30 Health Order?
Peaceful Creative COVID Protest Parks U-Haul Trucks Outside Three ELB Council Incumbents' Homes To Send Message: Take Action To Support LB Businesses...Or Leave
Two Shootings In Less Than Three Hours In Central LB: (1) Man Is Hit/Wounded, LB Blvd/19th St. (CD6) (2) Car Carrying Four People (Incl. Two Children) Hit By Gunfire 16th/Linden (CD1) Plus Shooting At Unknown Location
Wrigley Gunfire Adds To Two Confirmed Central LB Shootings + Shooting At Uncertain Location
NLB Gunfight -- Shots Exchanged, Buildings Struck, Gang Involvement Suspected In Neighborhood Near CD8's "Davenport Park"
LA County Health Officer Will Implement These Toughened Targeted COVID Restrctions On Nov. 30; Will LB Health Officer Do Likewise, Or Do Something Else?
Another Carmelitos Shooting (8th Council district)
Mayor/Council Cancel Their Meetings But Continue Collecting Full Pay; Next Currently Scheduled Meeting Is Dec. 8, Will Include No-Action "Study Session" Sought By Price On Restaurant Dining Closure
Five Councilmembers could schedule special meeting on 24 hours notice
Price Seeks Dec. 8 "Study Session" (No Council Action Item) On City Health Officer's Three Week Ban On Outdoor Restaurant Dining; Richardson Says He Doesn't "Favor" City Mgm't Order But Stops Short Of Flatly Opposing It, Signals Other Actions In Response
Long Beach & LA County Health Depts Will Apply Add'l COVID 19 Restrictions Including Three Week Ban On Outdoor Restaurant Dining Effective 10 p.m. Tonite
Subsequent development above Pasadena, With Independent Health Dept., Pursuing Independent Course On Allowing Outdoor Dining; LA County Board of Supes To Discuss County Direction
Subsequent development above VIDEO: Mayor Garcia Cites Alarming/Unprecedented COVID-19 Increases, Says Restaurant Outdoor Dining Ban Will Hurt Some Of His Friends And Cause Workers Serious Personal and Economic Damage But Doesn't Signal Support To Reconsider Forthcoming Action, Says Important Aspect Of His Job Is To Ensure Available Hospital Beds/Ventilators And Discourage Gatherings That Can Spread Virus
Long Beach Restaurant Ass'n Says No Scientific Proof Outdoor Socially Distanced Dining Contributes To Increased COVID-19 Spread, Urges Reconsideration Of City Ordered Shut Down
Subsequent development above Long Beach Follows L.A. County, Will Impose At Least Three Week Ban On In-Person Restaurant Dining (Indoor Or Outdoor) As Well As In Breweries, Wineries And Bars
Criticizing City-Ordered In-Restaurant Dining Shut Down, Former Councilman DeLong Accuses City of Misleading Its Residents
Family Dog's Barking Alerts Sleeping Residents To Alleged Knife-Wielding Intruder In Their ELB Home; LBPD Locates/Arrests/Books Suspect (L.A. Man) On Felony Charges
LBFD Mgm't Lets Asymptomatic Firefighters Avoid 14-Day Quarantine Despite Knowing They're Possibly COVID-19 Infected, Cites CDC Standard For Essential Critical Workers
Here's Newly Imposed Long Beach "Safer At Home" 10 p.m.-5 a.m. COVID-19 Curfew Order
Fight Leads To Fatal Shooting At NLB "Afterhours" Event That Drew Roughly 50-75 Persons To Closed Business (1300 block Artesia); LBPD Seeks Public's Help With Video And Other Info
Biden Transportation Dept. "Transition Team" Includes LA Metro Chief (Favors "Congestion Pricing" Charging Drivers To Use Certain Fwys In Prime Time) And Former LB Airport Director Rodriguez (Quietly Sought To Enable Customs Facility Turning LGB Into Int'l Airport)
Sac'to Issues "Limited Stay At Home Order" Prohibiting
COVID Outbreak @ LBPD: At Least A Dozen Officers From Three Divisions Infected; Contact Tracing Underway To Find Other Staff Who May Have Come In Close Contact With Them
16 Yr Old Girl Allegedly Shoots Man, Steals His Car; LBPD Cops Pursue And Arrest Her In DTLB
Under newly elected DA, she may not be tried as adult.
Long Beach To Apply Tightened COVID-19 Restrictions (Paralleling LA County) Impacting Certain Businesses, Group Gatherings And Mandates Face Masks On Everyone Leaving Their Homes (With Limited Exceptions)
LA County Health Chief Signals Possible Return To Full Lockdown If Cases Continue To Rise; LB Shows Disturbing Increase In Cases And Positivity Rate
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