|(July 31, 2019) -- SUCCESS! LBREPORT.com is informed that the encampment below disappeared over the weekend July 27-28
On July 19, LBREPORT.com launched our our Taxpayer Impacts Project, writing that "we will report neighborhood and taxpayer impacting conditions experienced by residents that they have brought to the attention of City of Long Beach elected officials and non-elected city management and staff. LBREPORT.com will report actions by the electeds and city staff in response to the issues raised by taxpayers and (very important) results achieved or not achieved."
LBREPORT.com invites LB residents citywide to email us photographs and emails showing conditions they've brought to the attention of LB elected officials and the results to date. We publish successful outcomes as well as unproductive results. We hope initially unproductive results become succesful results but LBREPORT.com will report them either way. We update our text to reflect changes after our initial publication.
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|(July 20, 2019, 6:50 a.m.) -- This TIP story comes from Robin Garcia, a taxpayer in LB's 1st Council district which currently has no Councilmember. A special election is scheduled in November 2019 to fill the Council seat previously held since mid-July 2014 by Lena Gonzalez (elected to the state Senate in June 2019.)
Ms. Garcia says the photo below (July 18) shows an encampment she noticed began forming in June. It's on private property at Magnolia/PCH.
Ms. Garcia indicates that LB's Multi-Service Center has been engaged, says it has done a fantastic job at keeping her informed and told her that the individual has refused help on five occasions. Code Enforcement has also been notified. Ms. Garcia has requested a meeting with 1st district Council office staff to discuss the matter.
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