Monday, July 13, 2020

Reporters Desk

LA County Announces New Cases of COVID-19

Friday marked the highest report of new cases to date with 3,187 new cases of COVID-19.

Supreme Court Introduces Pandemic Preparedness Diplomacy Act

The legislation was also introduced as an amendment to the fiscal year 2021 national defense authorization act. Instead of working with the international community, the Donald Trump administration has taken a series of steps that make responding to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and prepare for future outbreaks more difficult, including announcing that the United States would withdraw its support of the world health organization.

Long Beach Framework of Reconciliation Listening Session Dates

Long Beach Town Hall sessions allow community members to speak.

LB Mayor Announces Two New Programs to Address COVID-19

The initiative is in alignment with Framework for Reconciliation and will help health providers to provide better care to black patients

Help Available For Long Beach Renters

The Long Beach CARES Emergency Rental Assistance Program (LB CARES), which is being administered by the city’s Development Services Department, will provide up to $1,000 per month of rental assistance payments for up to three months on behalf of qualifying Long Beach residents who have lost income due to COVID-19 and meet federal low-income requirements.

LA City Controller Suspends Salary of Councilmember Accused of Racketeering

Galperin moved to terminate all payments toward City Council Member José Huizar starting June 23.

RPV Announces New Director of Community Development

Rukavina joins the City from neighboring Palos Verdes Estates, where he served as director of community development and public works since 2016.

Temporary Eviction Moratorium and Rent Freeze Have Been Extended to July 31

The eviction moratorium will remain in place until July 31.

Governor Newsom Launches “Wear a Mask” Public Awareness Campaign in Response to Surge in COVID-19 Cases

The campaign is taking an aggressive approach to slowing the spread of COVID-19, which will save lives and allow the state to reopen the economy.

A Bridge Home Opening

A Bridge Home Openings announced.

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