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VIDEO: Extended Portions Of Presentation Of Concept For Long Beach Aerial Tramway, Connecting Downtown With Shoreline. Presented by Clay Sandidge of Muni-Fed Energy To Meeting of LB Comm'l Real Estate Council


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(Sept. 14, 2018) -- The Sept. 14, 2018 breakfast meeting of the Long Beach Commercial Real Estate Council drew a full-house crowd (roughly 75 people) to hear a breakfast hour presentation by Clay Sandidge (Muni-Fed Energy) on the concept of an aerial tramway -- a project dubbed "The Wave" -- to better connect downtown Long Beach with the city's waterfront.



LBREPORT.com which (first, again) reported the revived concept here and here) attended the event and provides on-demand video coverage below.

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