Posts Tagged ‘Long Beach-South Bay’
A Recap of Long Beach’s State of the Port
The Port of Long Beach held its annual state of the port address. It was the first time the event had been in person since 2020 due to the pandemic.Read More
Long Beach-South Bay Election Update
The Long Beach-South Bay election night was active for BOMA/GLA. With many open races, we engaged with multiple candidates in many of the region’s most important races.
From Long Beach Mayor to El Segundo City Council, members made our voices heard.
Will The Port of Long Beach’s Plan to Go Green Bring More Supply Chain Issues?
The Port of Long Beach plans to make its port emission-free by 2035.
Concerns remain that the technology and infrastructure are not ready for such an ambitious plan. And if not implemented correctly, the supply chain may continue to suffer disruptions.
Long Beach Adopts Climate Action Plan
The City of Long Beach has adopted its Climate Action Plan (CAP).
The plan sets ambitious goals for reducing greenhouse gasses and mitigating the effects of climate change.
Long Beach joins a list of local cities with a Climate Action Plan. Addressing and mitigating the adverse effects of climate change is top of mind for policymakers and business leaders alike.
The challenge is establishing the “how” in how Long Beach will apply these policies.
Outdoor Watering Suspended in Parts of LA County for 15 Days
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) is asking businesses and residents in parts of Greater Los Angeles to halt outdoor watering starting September 6th.Read More
Long Beach Voters May Consider Election Charter Amendments
Long Beach voters will decide on two election charter amendments that will permanently align city and school board elections with state elections. Until the 2020 election, Long Beach held city elections in odd-numbered years. The state, of course, has its elections during even-numbered years.Read More
Charter Amendment to Merge Long Beach Utilities
Long Beach voters will likely see a utility charter amendment on the November ballot. It proposes to merge the gas and water utilities.
Long Beach is the only California city with two city-run utilities.
The city believes this merger will improve efficiencies and provide better service to the community. And at a lower cost. Long Beach is the only California city with two city-run utilities.
As Final Primary Ballots Are Tallied, Pro-CRE Candidates Finish Strong
This past Friday, the LA County Registrar finished counting ballots from last month’s primary elections. Here are some of the most important results impacting our industry.Read More