Please join us for Commander Johnson’s Community Leadership and Downtown Neighborhood Watch Meeting on Thursday, May 27 at 7 pm. These quarterly meetings provide an opportunity for community leaders and concerned citizens within the South Division to discuss and exchange information. Commander Johnson will share current statistics and trends and provide information relative to how crime is being addressed.
Take this opportunity to say farewell to Commander Johnson who will be moving to Emergency Operations and welcome the new South Division Commander Joe Stilinovich who is transferring from the Police Academy to South Division.
Thursday, May 27, 2010 from 7:00 to 8:30 pm
Long Beach Police Department-Community Room
400 W. Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90802
Please RSVP to Police Service Specialist, Mary Antunez, (562) 570-5829 or E-mail Mary.Antunez@longbeach.gov
Validated Parking Available at the Civic Center Parking Structure located at 332 W. Broadway (adjacent to City Hall)
For more info, click CommanderJohnsonQuarterly5-27-2010.
For the month of May, North Pine’s own Venice Dreams Boutique is offering 20% off all jewelry and 3o% off selected merchandise. The specials don’t stop there! Stop in anytime to take advantage of special pricing on seasonal items, as our inventory is constantly changing!
Venice Dreams specializes in handcrafted jewelry, unique dresses, handbags, accessories, and more!
Venice Dreams Boutique
800 Pine Avenue, Ste. 108
Downtown Long Beach
We’re happy to announce some fresh news regarding Pine Ave between 6th and 7th streets! The empty lot across from the Press Telegram lofts and next to No Regrets that is currently fronted by a cheap wooden wall is being replaced with an art installation and new fencing to help beautify the space and create a better linkage between the North Pine area and the heart of downtown. So far the site has been cleared and prepped. A slat fence along with a dolphin installation will be installed and the target date for this to happen is May 17th.
We hope these type of small scale projects will continue to inspire all of us as we work to create a more beautiful environment for us all to enjoy by re-imagining our built environment.
The downtown community is invited to the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra’s “Sounds and Spaces” inaugural event at The Madison!
May 23, 2010, 4 p.m.
The Madison Restaurant
102 Pine Ave, Long Beach
Gary Bovyer & Julie Feves, co-directors
Admission is FREE!
Reservations are necessary due to limited space
RSVP to email@example.com, (562) 436-3203, ext. 223
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