Ongoing shipping nightmare + open beaches + CO2 neutrality
Up and down, Long Beach! Let’s start this Tuesday with everything you need to know about what’s happening in town today.
Those Ships wait in front of the harbor make a range of prices that LB residents pay. In addition, from now on the local beaches are still open. LB is finally getting closer CO2 neutrality.
First the weather today:
Clouds give way to some sun. High: 78 Low: 62.
Here are the top stories in Long Beach today:
- Don’t blame the president for that empty shelves and price increases. Instead, check out the cargo ships outside the LA and LB ports. At the moment there could be as many as half a million sea containers on cargo ships “waiting to be unloaded. And that won’t go away overnight. Most experts expect the shipping problems to last for months, possibly years. (CBS)
- Keep your eyes open for Beach updates. Although the Oil spill off the coast of Huntington Beach devastates beaches and wetlands, currents pull it south. At this time, LB’s beaches are still open for swimming and boating. Should this change, the city will inform you about it. (@LongBeachCity)
- the LB Airport received its Level 2 certification from the Airport Carbon Accreditation Program. It is a milestone in the institution’s journey towards a greener city. If you think it’s no big deal, remember that the mayor considers it LB, “on the way to CO2 neutrality. “(@ LongBeachMayor)
- Politicians hopped on that Marching procession of women this last weekend. Speakers were present at the LB march, including “Mayor Robert Garcia, Senator Lina Gonzales, Vice Mayor Rex Richardson, and California State Assembly member Patrick O’Donnell.“As the mayor put it so succinctly:” You don’t need to hear from another man today. “(Daily 49er)
- the Companies near LBCC Those who were able to hold out there see a “significant improvement” since the partial reopening of the campus in autumn. Are primarily affected Nordic way Restaurants such as Wolf brew coffee or the ST pasta house. Other companies found it easier to stay afloat during COVID-19 because their products just never went out of style. (LBCC Viking)
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Today in Long Beach:
- Taco Tuesday at Cocorenos, 3400 East Broadway. (11 clock)
- Blood Drive at Long Beach Towne Center, 7575 Carson Boulevard (Parking lot at the TGI Friday). (13 o’clock)
- Farmers Market in Bixby Park at Junipero between 1st and 2nd Street. (3 pm)
- The people’s show at Roscoe’s Chicken & Waffles, 730 East Broadway. (19:30 o’clock)
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– Sylvia Cochran
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