New staff reports from the City of Long Beach have been added to the growing vault at PublicCEO.

The Long Beach Police City Council and City Management received notice that the city may not be responding to 9-1-1 calls in a timely manner. This decline in service is attributed to reductions in emergency personnel, and an increase in call volume. Because of this the council is set to discuss the matter in its next meeting.

With continual discussion of marijuana facilities, the City Council requested that the City Attorney prepare a report addressing a number of issues concerning medical marijuana and the potential enactment of ordinances relating to its distribution and use. This memorandum responds to that request.

In compliance with California law, a list of claims for damages was presented to the City Council reporting a list of claims of damages received by the City Clerk Department.

Upon approval, the City Clerk Department will forward the list of claims for damages and copies of the corresponding documents to the City Attorney for further review and investigation.

The Director of the Public Works Department and Director of Financial Planning have suggested adopting a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract with McNeilus Truck and Manufacturing Company.  This contract would provide parts for the repair and maintenance of various city vehicles for a period of one year, with an option to renew for two additional periods at the discretion of the City Manager.

The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency staff has concluded the negotiation of an Owner Participation Agreement with McFadden Family Trust for the sale and development of Agency-owned property.