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Councilman Daryl Supernaw

Councilman Daryl Supernaw was born and raised in Long Beach and is a lifelong resident of the 4th council district. He is a graduate of Buffum Elementary, Stanford Junior High and Wilson High. He also earned both his B.A. and M.A. from CSULB. He has been married to his wife, Cheryl, for 44 years. They have son, a daughter and two granddaughters. Having worked as a business and marketing consultant for thirty years, Supernaw has an extensive business background in industries ranging from port-related logistics to hospitality. Prior to being elected to city council, he was an active community advocate and applied his private sector skills in working with virtually every department at City Hall. He was elected to city council in 2015 and is completing his second term. Councilman Supernaw has a hands-on leadership style in resolving constituent concerns on a daily basis. These include quality of life issues surrounding homelessness, road/curb/sidewalk repair and public safety. Major accomplishments have been the restoration of Fire Engine 17, an ordinance addressing Street Racing Takeovers and the “retail renaissance” surrounding the traffic circle. He continually promotes a positive sense of community that is exemplified by the 4th council district motto, Go Fourth!

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We are hosting a Council District 4 community meeting at the Los Altos Library on May 28th from 5:30 to 6:45 pm. All CD4 residents are invited to attend. Our special guest speaker will be the Long Beach City Prosecutor Doug Haubert.
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The Environmental Services Bureau is hosting its 5th annual Recycle Your Bicycle event as part of the City of Long Beach's Bike Month activities. Donate unwanted bicycles at any of five locations throughout Long Beach, from 9 am to 12 pm on May 4th at Whaley Park in CD4.
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Realtor Michele “K” Kreinheder is hosting a free shred event at CSULB Lot G-1 on Saturday, May 4th from 9 am to noon.
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