Long Beach 2014 Election

Long Beach 2014 Election Blog

  • RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS: July 27, 2016

    July 30
    Work to End Homelessness
    Take action to end homelessness in Long Beach. The event will include a park cleanup, a cook out and community meal, haircuts, food drive and a roundtable.
    Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 30
    Details: www.actday.org
    Venue: Long Beach Main Library Auditorium, 101 Pacific Ave., Long Beach

    Aug. 1
    Central SP Rules and Bylaws … Read more…

  • RLn BRIEFS: July 27, 2017

    Court Places BNSF on Hold, Indefinitely
    WILMINGTON — BNSF’s environmental analysis was put aside as inadequate, July 26, when a $500 million railyard in Wilmington was placed on indefinite hold in a final judgment.
    The judgment affirmed that because the development was close to low-income areas on public land the state had jurisdiction on that specific railroad … Read more…

  • The Carrillo Brothers Welcome New Addition Happy Diner Family

    By Gina Ruccione, Cuisine and Restaurant WriterCa
    Three months ago, the Carrillo brothers added a new member to their Happy Diner Family on Gaffey Street. But it’s not another diner—this time, it’s a deli. By following a familiar recipe— everything made in-house, made to order and, like the rest of their establishments, made with bread and … Read more…

  • RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS: July 26, 2016

    July 27
    Coastal Communications Committee Meeting
    The Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council’s Communications Committee meeting is scheduled to take place July 27 at the Corner Store.
    Time: 5:30 p.m. July 27
    Details: View agenda here
    Venue: Corner Store, 1118 W. 37th St., San Pedro

    July 27
    Central Committee on Homelessness
    The Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council’s Committee on Homelessness is scheduled to meet … Read more…

  • RLn BRIEFS: July 26, 2016

    Voluntary Port Mitigation Fund Approved
    LONG BEACH — On July 25, the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners authorized a $46.4 million program to lessen the impacts of port-related pollution on the community.
    The investment is expected to be disbursed within 12 to 15 years.
    The previous funding from the Community Mitigation Grants Program helped pay for projects, … Read more…

  • REASONS TO BE PRETTY @ Long Beach Playhouse

    I don’t know anything Neil LaBute has done since 2000’s Nurse Betty, but reasons to be pretty is exactly what you would expect if the only data you had was that the author of In the Company of Men and Your Friends & Neighbors had tried his hand at romantic comedy without edulcorating the ethos … Read more…

  • Why Bernie Needs To Take Satan’s Advice

    And Create An Un-Christian Coalition
    By Greg Palast with Dennis J. Bernstein for Nation of Change
    Bernie Sanders may have conceded the nomination, but he can still win control of the Democratic Party. By harnessing the power of his people, Bernie could ensure Hillary keeps the promises she made to him in exchange for his endorsement. And … Read more…

  • RLn BRIEFS July 25, 2016

    Initial Marine Oil Terminal Improvements Study Released
    SAN PEDRO — An Initial Study/Notice of Preparation for the Marine Oil Terminal Wharf Improvements Project was released on July 21.
    This is the first step in the environmental impact report process, and would involve demolishing the 19,000-square-foot timber wharf at Berth 164. The proposed project would also include construction … Read more…

  • Ashman Leaves MOLAA

    By Melina Paris, Contributing Writer
    The Museum of Latin American Art experienced substantial growth and connection to its local community under Director Stuart Ashman.  After five years he stepped down from his position in July.
    Ashman plans return to New Mexico in August, where he lived for many years. Ashman served as the secretary for Cultural Affairs … Read more…

  • Muratsuchi Looks to Extend Advantage

    By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor
    Candidate for the 66th District Assembly, Al Muratsuchi, came out on top in the June 7 primary, but turnout, as in the 2014 race, will decide whether or not he takes the seat back from incumbent Assemblyman David Hadley in November.
    Muratsuchi won the primary by 4 percentage points—4,540 votes—by carrying Hermosa … Read more…



Gerrie Schipske
Jana Shields
Steven Paul Mozena
Doug Otto
Bonnie Lowenthal
Richard Anthony Camp
Damon Dunn
Mineo L. Gonzalez
Robert Garcia
Eric Rock
City Attorney
James Johnson
Matthew Pappas
Charles Parkin
City Prosecutor
Rosemary Chavez
Doug Haubert
City Auditor
Laura Doud
City Council District 1
Ricardo Linarez
Misi Tagaloa
Lena Gonzalez
Pilar Pinel
City Council District 3
Jim Lewis
Martha Flores Gibson
Suzie Price
Jack Rosenberg
Stephen Bello
City Council District 5
Thomas Sutfin
Stacy Mungo
Joseph D. Luyben
Carl Kemp
City Council District 7
Roberto Uranga
Teer Strickland
Lee H. Chauser
Joan V. Greenwood
City Council District 9
Ben Daugherty
Rex Richardson

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