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An application submitted by the developers seeking a variance at 530 W. Broadway, the current site of the Long Beach Hebrew Academy, should be denied by the city’s Zoning Board of Appeals. The … more
In the wake of a study released by ERASE Racism last week that raised concerns about health and safety issues at the Channel Park Homes after Hurricane Sandy, the city sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, FEMA and the Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery this week calling on those agencies to address the report’s findings. more
Construction on Long Beach Island’s long-awaited coastal protection project will begin this year, and U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer announced last week that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approved a $209 million project partnership agreement with the city and the state. more
More than three years after Hurricane Sandy, Long Beach residents have expressed frustration with recent flooding, especially after last week, saying that a number of mitigation and resiliency … more
Long Beach received $2.7 million in Federal Transit Administration emergency relief funds this week that reimburses the city for eight buses and vehicles damaged in the Hurricane Sandy. more
This week’s snowstorm hasn’t dampened the spirits of the Long Beach Polar Bears, who plan to go ahead with their annual Super Bowl Splash this Sunday, Feb. 1. “It is coming after a … more
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