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|(June 26, 2020, 5:45 a.m.) -- As promised less than 72 hours earlier, City Prosecutor Doug Haubert has provided the public with an update on measures announced and implemented June 22 by his office against those detonating the most dangerous (illegal statewide) fireworks and explosives.
In a businesslike written report made available to the public via his social network channel, City Prosecutor Haubert states on his office's letterhead: :
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City Prosecutor Haubert announced and implemented these measures on June 22, independently of a June 23 City Council item (agendized by Councilman Al Austin, joined by Councilmembers Zendejas, Richardson and Andrews) containing a series of directives and measures for implementation/development by the city management (reported by LBREPORT.com here.) .
City Prosecutor Haubert's June 22-announced initiates came one day before a June 23 City Council agenda item (previewed days ago by LBREPORT.com here) scheduled by Councilman Al Austin, joined by Councilmembers Mary Zendejas, Rex Richardson and Vice Mayor Dee Andrews that proposes actions on multiple fronts: (June 23 agenda item text).
The June 23 agenda item comes amid escalating detonations of explosives and mortar launched pyrotechnics (contraband statewide) shaking multiple neighborhoods (from NLB through Wrigley into Central LB). Impacted residents have begun sharing information and communicating the extent of the problem via "Long Beach Against Illegal Fireworks Facebook page.
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