The new municipal complex is the new home of Long Beach's city government, the newly named Bille Jean King Library, soon to be developed Lincoln Park, and headquarters for the Port of Long Beach.
Here's The Deal:
Long Beach entered into an agreement with Plenary-Edgemoor Civic Partners, were the city of Long Beach owns the land the Civic Center is upon, but it doesn’t own the buildings and won't for the next 40-years.
The New Civic Center Opens:
By The Numbers
The private/public partnership cost $533 million to build.
Both twin building are 11-stories.
According to the L.B.P.D, on Sunday, July 28, 2019 missing person Leonard Webb Jr. was found in the area of 6th Street near the 710 Freeway in the Willmore neighborhood of Long Beach and has been reunited with his family.
Details: Previous Reported on July 27th
The L.B.P.D is asking the public for assistance in the whereabouts of Leonard Webb Jr., who was last seen on July 24, 2019, when he left his home on the 1300 block of W. 34th Street in the Upper Westside of Long Beach. Webb had express he was going to Downtown Long Beach earlier.
Leonard Webb Jr is 85-year old, who suffers from a medical condition that might disorient him.
He's 5’11” and weights 180 lbs.
Webb has black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a long sleeve denim button down shirt, blue jeans, black shoes and a white cowboy hat.
Webb also has burn mark on his right hand and a wedding band.
Sanders and Warren, at times, teamed-up and took on the moderate Democrats candidates over health care, immigration and climate change.
Highlights: Warren & Delaney Fight Over Healthcare
Warren to Delaney: “I don’t understand why anybody goes to all the trouble of running for president of the united states just to talk about what we really can’t do and shouldn’t fight for. I don’t get it,”
On Healthcare: Sanders tells Delaney "You're wrong" over Medicare-For-All
Bernie too Delaney:
"five minutes away from here is country John, its called Canada, they guarantee health care to every man, women and child".
Delaney largely played the progressive foil tonight, by calling Medicare for all "bad policy" and that Sanders and Warren are running on "telling half the country that [their healthcare from private insurance] is illegal"
The former Montana Governor said medicare for all "rips away quality healthcare from individuals" and is "wishlist's economics".
"We need the public option, that's what Obama wanted".