What Did We Do? Monday, 23 June 2014 It has been an honor representing Long Beach over the last four years as a Councilmember. Together, we accomplished a great deal, both for the 7th District and the entire city.  I wanted to take a moment and share a memorandum with you that describes some of what we achieved. Thank you for the opportunity to serve you, it has been an honor that I will never forget. Growing up, my ambition was to give back to the community that has given me so much.  Thanks to you, I have been able to do that.
$1.4 M for Willow Springs Thursday, 12 June 2014 Recently, there have been several exciting announcements about the continued development of Willow Springs Park. Several weeks ago, the Council approved $418,610 for the relocation and restoration of a historic rail terminal building to the park. This rail terminal, built in 1908, will serve as the visitor's center, sitting near an old rail line that ran parallel to California Avenue. This is a great adaptive re-use of a historic building that also will underscore the history of the park site. Just this week, the City was awarded a grant of $924,000 to improve and rehabilitate the wetlands, trails, and native habitat at Willow Springs Park.
Planning for the Future Thursday, 22 May 2014 Two years ago, I proposed that the City of Long Beach begin work on an amendment to the General Plan for the western parts of our city that are so heavily impacted by air pollution. Last week, the City Council approved a contract to begin work on what has become the West Long Beach Livability Implementation Plan.
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