PARK ESTATE NEWS


08
Apr 2016
LOOP ART PROJECT

For almost 70 years, the Jergins Trust Building stood majestically on the southeast corner of Ocean Boulevard and Pine Avenue, hard by the city’s waterfront, a gateway for much of that time to the splendors of the seashore and the Pike amusement zone with its rides, arcades and theaters. And then it all came down, razed to nothing but the sand, silt and clay upon which it had stood since Long Beach’s leisurely youth as a tourist town and seaside community. There was no good reason for the 10-story building’s demolition, other......

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08
Apr 2016
LONG BEACH BREAKWATER STUDY

In the next year and a half, Long Beach residents could see a plan take shape that could tear down or otherwise modify the massive breakwater that sits offshore. About 50 people attended a community meeting at Bixby Park Community Center Thursday afternoon hosted by Mayor Robert Garcia and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which is leading a three-year study formally known as the East San Pedro Bay Ecosystem Restoration Study. The project is in its initial phases. Ultimately, leaders with the Corps of Engineers hope to identify ways to restore......

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08
Apr 2016
FREE GRAND PRIX OF LONG BEACH TICKETS

Want to get into the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach free of charge? The Press-Telegram will again offer free tickets for the first race day on Friday, April 15. Pick up a paper this Friday (April 8), Sunday (April 10) or on April 15 for a coupon that allows you to sign up for a voucher to gain admission to see all of the day’s racing events, including practices and qualifying races. You could also purchase tickets for the weekend races. Tickets for all three days range from $76 to $142;......

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08
Apr 2016
GETTING YOUR PROJECT APPROVED BY THE ARB

The Park Estates CC&Rs require that homeowners obtain the approval of the Architectural Review Board (ARB) BEFORE beginning ANY improvement project on the exterior of their homes including replacing “like for like”. Projects that require Architectural Review Board (ARB) approval: Repainting or changing exterior color of your house Installing new windows Re-roofing Installing solar panels Additions and/or exterior remodeling of either residence, garage or adding a pool Installing new fences or walls, or modifying an existing fence or wall, including just changing the color Getting approval is very simple if you follow......

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