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Top Long Beach political news: City Manager steps down; police association makes tentative contract

Top Long Beach political news: City Manager steps down; police association makes tentative contract
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By Hoodline - Published on August 13, 2019.

Here’s what you need to know about what’s happening in local government and politics, right now.

Cargo increases at Port of LA, drops at Long Beach as trade war continues

Despite the overall increase in traffic in L.A., the trade war continues having an impact on both ports.

Read the full story on DailyBreeze.

Long Beach, police association strike tentative deal on new contract, including pay raises and pension reform

The agreement will likely be finalized next month.

Read the full story on Long Beach Press-Telegram.

Long Beach City Manager Pat West steps down, moves into private sector 

Share this article:Long Beach City Manager Patrick H. West Monday announced he will be leaving his post for a private sector job. West was appointed as city manager by the Long Beach City Council in 2007 and has served the city for 13 years, previously as executive director of the Redevelopment Agency. 

Read the full story on MyNewsLA.


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