|The Green TI Plan is a conceptual plan to decommission the City-owned segment of the Terminal Island (TI) Freeway from Pacific Coast Highway north to Willow Street. Made possible by a grant provided by Caltrans, the Green TI Plan will define the community's vision for replacing an underutilize freeway to mitigate pollution impacts and further address long-standing community health concerns.|
|Weather experts predict that strong El Niño conditions will influence Southern California’s winter storm patterns. Long Beach contractors and homeowners should be prepared for frequent and powerful storms from December 2015 through March 2016. To help prevent potential flooding, please ensure that your construction site complies with best management practices (link to BU-039) to prevent materials from entering the City’s storm drains.|
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|This issue provides important updates on planning and livability initiatives, including SEADIP and the PRHIP; showcases the ongoing historic preservation efforts, with the revamping of the Mills Act; and further highlights the work being done throughout Long Beach neighborhoods, as part of the Neighborhood Leadership Program, I Dig Long Beach, and Safe Long Beach.|
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|Effective October 5, 2015, as mandated by California State Assembly Bill 2188 (AB 2188) and Long Beach Municipal Code (LBMC) §18.77, local governments are required to implement an expedited and streamlined permitting process for small residential rooftop solar photovoltaic systems.|
|The draft Plan was reviewed by the Harbor Commission on July 27, 2015, and by the Planning Commission on August 20, 2015. The Plan will be presented to the City Council on Tuesday, November 17, 2015, at 5:00 p.m.|