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 6th Annual State of the Fifth Council District

 

Join Councilwoman Gerrie Schipske in reviewing 2011 and looking ahead to 2012.

  

Come and tell what you think the City of Long Beach should accomplish in 2012. That's right. Instead of the usual State of the Fifth District, this year I am asking that after we review what the City of Long Beach did in 2011, that you will engage in a public conversation about what the City needs to do in 2012.

 

The "top 10" issues will be posted on my blog and given to the Mayor, City Council and City Manager.

 

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

El Dorado Community Center
2800 Studebaker Road

6:30 pm - 8:30pm 

 

RSVP HERE

 

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 Shaping Up the 5th

 

Saturday, January 28, 2012

8am - 10am

 

Join Councilwoman Schipske to help shape up the fifth district and identify problems that need to be fixed in our neighborhoods.

 

January's Shaping Up the 5th will take place in El Dorado Park Estates

Meet at Newcomb Academy

3351 Val Verde Avenue
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 You Are Invited to a Community Conversation with

Senator Alan Lowenthal

 

Saturday, January 28, 2012

10am - 11:30am

El Dorado Neighborhood Library

2900 Studebaker Road

 

for more information, contact Senator Lowenthal's district office at

562-495-4766

  

View the flier here

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Safe Passages to Keller Elementary Community Meeting

 

Monday, January 30, 2012

6pm

Newcomb Academy Auditorium, 3351 Val Verde 

 

In the Fall, Keller Elementary will close and Newcomb Academy students will be moved to Keller while Newcomb undergoes construction. You are invited to this community meeting to discuss safe routes children may take to school.

  

Questions? Call 562-570-6932

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Open Up Long Beach Community Meeting

 

Monday, February 6, 2012

6:30pm

El Dorado Community Center

2800 Studebaker Road 

 

Long Beach has an opportunity to engage its residents on what can be done to truly make the City the most open, transparent and collaborative local government in the US. This process will not only encourage and ensure more citizen participation in local government but will spur creative, entrepreneurial businesses as it has done in several other cities where open government was launched.

The first meeting will be held on Monday, February 6, at 6pm in the El Dorado Community Center. Participants will review what some other cities are doing to open their local governments and brain storm about what needs to be done in Long Beach. 

 

www.openuplongbeach.com/