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Councilwoman Stacy Mungo

Councilwoman Stacy Mungo was re-elected to office in June 2018 and proudly serves the Long Beach community in which she was born and raised.

She is passionate and remains committed to developing policy initiatives and measures that:

  • Find innovative solutions for tackling deferred maintenance of our aging infrastructure;

  • Promote job growth and small business success;

  • Foster new opportunities for collaboration of community partners; and

  • Build a bright future for all Long Beach neighbors.

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HOLIDAYLIGHT The Nite 12-14-2018
Join friends, family and neighbors at the 1st annual HOLIDAYLIGHT The Nite 2018 for a holiday festival and inaugural celebration of the new festoon lighting, street and sidewalk repair recently completed on Norse Way...
LBER Pipeline Project
In mid-November Long Beach Energy Resources (LBER), formerly known as Long Beach Gas & Oil, will officiall start work on a pipline replacement project near Spring St. and Palo Verde Ave...
Overview - WO 180014 - Clark & 28th
On October 8th, Long Beach Energy Resources (LBER), formerly known as Long Beach Gas & Oil, officially started work on a pipline replacement project near Clark Ave. and 28th St...
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5th District Long Beach Councilwoman Stacy Mungo has joined the newly formed Norse Village Business Association to create the first annual HOLIDAYLIGHT The Nite, a free community event and holiday-themed street festival held on Friday, December 14th from 6:00-9:00 PM on Norse Way...

Long Beach, CA - 5th District Long Beach Councilwoman Stacy Mungo has joined her 7th District colleague, Councilmember Roberto Uranga, in introducing a motion to request that the City Council amend the City’s pest/weed management policy...
When proposed Land Use Element changes are first heard before the Long Beach City Council at their meeting on March 6, 2018, Councilwoman Stacy Mungo will move to keep the 5th District’s commercial areas for community serving commercial uses only...
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