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Weekly Recap: Boardwalk Meeting, Costly Walks Rebuilding

A look back at the top stories of the week in Long Beach.

Amy Engel, executive director of Sustainable Long Island, addresses the crowd that attended Wednesday night's boardwalk input meeting.
Amy Engel, executive director of Sustainable Long Island, addresses the crowd that attended Wednesday night's boardwalk input meeting.
Here are the Long Beach Patch’s top stories of the week:

Boardwalk Meeting Puts Public Input Step to Rest
The City of Long Beach held its final public input meeting on rebuilding the boardwalk Wednesday.

MLK Center to Reopen in Phases
Repairs continues that the hurricane-damaged community center in North Park.

Rebuilding Homes in Walks May Cost More
Residents of the city’s street-less neighborhood say the price tag to reconstruct their homes will be comparatively much greater than other areas in town.

LBHS Classroom Destined for National Star-Studded Show
Real Change Productions and Adopt-A-Classroom program will film next week at Long Beach High School for a star-studded nationally televised program.
Jack February 24, 2013 at 07:07 PM
Be aware: they are environmental Marxists attempting to impose Marxist/ socialist ideals by way of environmental engineering (central planning) and enacting affordable housing planning. They believe that White people fled the cities to the suburbs and left the poor colored people to fend for themselves in urban decay. (Completely ignoring that minorities destroyed the cities with their welfare attitudes) Their ultimat goal is to build stalinist housing blocks and force suburbanites into substandard housing so that no one gets an advantage.
Long Beach Johnson February 27, 2013 at 10:16 AM
OK Buddy, turn off Fox News. Now there are conspiracies from Marxists? If you have any sense of what is going on in the metro area you will realize that families are returning to the city. Areas in Brooklyn, Queen and Manhattan are up and coming. You NEED to leave your TV and go out in the world.

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