The Answer Is: Casino, $1 million and $4.6 million
And the question is: what did the City of Long Beach say about a proposed new casino in Hawaiian Gardens, a gift of $1 million from Oxy Petroleum and a recap of the process for the City to get $4.6 million in property from the US Army and HUD for use as a police substation in the 5th Council District?
In my on going attempt to make Long Beach city government as open and transparent as possible I would like to share with you three important documents just received on my desk (with links to the full documents):
2) The City of Long Beach responded to the draft EIR on proposed new casino in Hawaiian Gardens. The present card club will be demolished a permanent two story structure will be built. I reviewed the City's response before it was submitted and raised concerns about impact on traffic going in and out of El Dorado Park Estates but our City Traffic engineer does not believe it will impact that street. Concern was raised about Carson, Los Coyotes and Palos Verde.