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Councilman Daryl Supernaw

Daryl Supernaw was born and raised in Long Beach and is a lifelong resident of the 4th District. He is a graduate of Buffum Elementary, Stanford Junior High, Wilson High and L.B.C.C. He also earned both his B.A. and M.A. from CSULB. He has been married to his wife, Cheryl, for 35 years, and they have two adult children, Shaun and Lauren.

Having worked as a business and marketing consultant for the past 30 years, Supernaw has an extensive corporate business background. He has worked in a broad range of industries from port-related logistics to hospitality. His experience also includes both working for and running companies in “crisis management” situations. He has applied his private sector skills in working with virtually every department at City Hall. Developing relationships and gaining the respect of city staff has been the key to his success with so many community projects.

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The Summer Reading Program is free and for all ages, and includes special programs for pre-readers, kids, teens and adults.  There is a reading challenge for everyone! Registration is easy and can be done online at www.longbeachreads.org, or at any LBPL location. 

Spend your summer reading and you'll earn incentives prizes along the way.

The summer season brings countless events to the City of Long Beach, including the Fourth District. The "100 Days of Summer" is a partnership between the City of Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine and the Long Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau that brings you unprecedented access to all Long Beach has to offer this summer. 

Make sure to check out the their website to find the dates and times of all you favorite summer activities.

All fireworks are illegal in the City of Long Beach, and can be dangerous. Even those deemed "Safe and Sane" fireworks and sparklers can be harmful and often result in serious burns, hearing loss and other injuries.

Every year, dozens of professional fireworks shows are held throughout the region, including shows at Alamitos Bay on Sunday, July 3, and at the Queen Mary on Monday, July 4.

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