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2023.05.30 09:06 jordan_maymay90 People don’t tip

People don’t tip
I started using uber service long time ago when it just started and I always tip . Like always. At least $ 3 . I tip average $5-$20. I tip more when the rides are short because I know the drivers don’t make much from driving short trip. I just lost my job and started driving uber last week for the first time ( I never worked service job that comes with tip before ) . I drove a guy from his senior home to a steak house . He needed a walker and could barely walk . I helped him from his dorm door to the car . Fold his walker and put it in the trunk . Took it out and helped him to the restaurant front door . All took me 40 mins for $5 ride . NO TIP 😃 Second ride , I drove a college professor from her house to her community college in the rain .I made sure to drop her off right in front of her building so she did not have to walk in the rain. Its a $8 ride. NO TIPS . I did 5 rides with no tip then I was thinking to myself: I never knew that other people are not tipping? Anyway, I quit after 3 days .
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2023.05.30 09:04 jordan_maymay90 People don’t tip

People don’t tip
I started using uber service long time ago when it just started and I always tip . Like always. At least $ 3 . I tip average $5-$20. I tip more when the rides are short because I know the drivers don’t make much from driving short trip. I just lost my job and started driving uber last week for the first time ( I never worked service job that comes with tip before ) . I drove a guy from his senior home to a steak house . He needed a walker and could barely walk . I helped him from his dorm door to the car . Fold his walker and put it in the trunk . Took it out and helped him to the restaurant front door . All took me 40 mins for $5 ride . NO TIP 😃 Second ride , I drove a college professor from her house to her community college in the rain .I made sure to drop her off right in front of her building so she did not have to walk in the rain. Its a $8 ride. NO TIPS . I did 5 rides with no tip then I was thinking to myself: I never knew that other people are not tipping? Anyway, I quit after 3 days .
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2023.05.21 03:10 longbeachlocale The City Council Meeting Agenda of May 23, 2023 has been revised; Agenda Item No. 1 has been withdrawn; A Presentation on ACS Pet Adoption was added; Agenda Item No. NB-25, NB-26, and NB-27 has been added under New Business; and the Standing Committee Reminders have been revised. Please refer to the

🗓 Date: May 23, 2023 @ 5PM
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Agenda Item

CD9 - Funds Transfer Disability Pride

Item #1 • File #23-0515 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
WITHDRAWN Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $250, offset by the Ninth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to ABLE PAC in support of the 2023 Long Beach Disability Pride Celebration; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $250 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD9 - Funds Transfer Juneteenth Celebration

Item #2 • File #23-0516 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $500, offset by the Ninth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a donation to Long Beach Partners of Parks in support of the 2023 Long Beach Juneteenth Celebration; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $500 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD5 - LGBTQ Center Black and White Ball

Item #3 • File #23-0517 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $1,000, offset by the Fifth Council District One-Time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to The LGBTQ Center Long Beach (The Center) for their annual Black and White Ball; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $1,000 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD4 - Funds Transfer Rancho Los Alamitos

Item #4 • File #23-0518 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $2,500, offset by the Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to Rancho Los Alamitos Foundation in support of the Cottonwood Awards Luncheon; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $2,500 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD4 - Funds Transfer Bridge Gap Tennis

Item #5 • File #23-0519 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $5,000, offset by the Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to Bridge the Gap Tennis Management in support of the Free Youth Tennis Play Day; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $5,000 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CC - Minutes

Item #6 • File #23-0520 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to approve the minutes for the City Council meetings of Tuesday, May 2 and May 9, 2023.

CC - Damage Claims

Item #7 • File #23-0521 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to refer to City Attorney damage claims received between May 8, 2023 and May 15, 2023.

PW - Easement deed at 2851 Orange Ave for street widening D5

Item #14 • File #23-0528 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to accept an easement deed from Duke Realty Orange LP, a Delaware limited partnership, property owner at 2851 Orange Avenue, for street widening, pedestrian, and ADA purposes; and Accept CEQA Notice of Determination, State Clearinghouse number 2019100514. (District 5)

PW - Easement deed at 3443 Long Beach Blvd for installation of public utilities D8

Item #15 • File #23-0529 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to accept an easement deed from 888-5 Partners LLC, a California limited liability company, property owner at 3443 Long Beach Boulevard, for the installation of public utilities; and Accept CEQA Notice of Determination, State Clearinghouse number 2018121025. (District 8)

Mayor - Climate Audit

Item #17 • File #23-0533 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request City Auditor to conduct a comprehensive audit on fiscal liabilities and economic impacts to the City of Long Beach stemming from California’s transition away from crude oil and natural gas production to assist in the City’s transition planning efforts, and refer findings to the Climate, Environment, and Coastal Protection Committee for input and discussion.

CD4 - Studebaker Update

Item #18 • File #23-0522 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request City Manager direct Public Works to provide a comprehensive update on the status of the Studebaker Road major corridor improvements project at the June 6, 2023 Council meeting.

DS - Approve a CUP for 1911 E PCH D6

Item #19 • File #23-0535 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to reaffirm adoption and approval of Mitigated Negative Declaration IS/MND 06-22, as previously approved and adopted by the City Council on February 21, 2023, and reaffirm that the Project is consistent with the previously adopted Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND 06-22) and the findings of fact related thereto; and Approve Conditional Use Permit findings and conditions of approval memorializing the City Council’s February 21, 2023, action to uphold an appeal (APL22-005) and approve a Conditional Use Permit (CUP 2211-18) for a new car wash located at 1911 East Pacific Coast Highway in the Community R-4-N Commercial (CCN) Zoning District. (District 6)

FM - FY23 2nd Dept. and Fund budget appropriation adjustments

Item #20 • File #23-0536 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to approve the Fiscal Year 2023 second departmental and fund budget appropriation adjustments in accordance with existing City Council policy. (Citywide)

CD2 - Fund Transfer for Community Events

Item #25 • File #23-0545 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $1,000, offset by Second Council District One-Time District Priority Funds, transferred from the Citywide Activities Department, to provide contributions of: · $500 to Love Beyond Limits to support their 10th anniversary event, Connecting Beyond Limits, on May 19, 2023; · $250 to the Bluff Heights Neighborhood Association to support their 4th of July Block Party; · $250 to Long Beach Forward to support their fundraiser, Blossoming, on May 6, 2023; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $1,000, to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD6 - Reward of no less than $25,000

Item #26 • File #23-0512 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request City Manager to enter discussions with LA County to partner on establishing a reward of no less than $25,000 for information leading to the arrest of the suspect(s) involved in the May 9, 2023, fatal shooting on the 2200 Block of Lewis Avenue.

CM - Local Emergency

Item #27 • File #23-0544 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation continue the local emergency caused by conditions or threatened conditions of homelessness within the City of Long Beach, which if not corrected, constitute an imminent and proximate threat to the safety of persons and property within the City; and Receive and file an update on the emergency declaration and associated activities and provide any additional direction to City staff regarding the emergency. (Citywide)

supp memo

Item # • File #23-0546 (Details, PDF)
Supplemental Memorandum - Corrections and/or additions to the City Council Agenda as of 12:00 noon, Friday, May 19, 2023.

Contract

ED/HR - Lease for office space at 4900 Airport Plaza Dr. D4

Item #8 • File #23-0523 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary for an office sublease agreement between 4900 Long Beach Office, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (Landlord), and the City of Long Beach (Tenant), for office space at 4900 Airport Plaza Drive, Suite 110, and 4910 Airport Plaza Drive, Suite 225 for the City of Long Beach Human Resources Department’s Risk Management and Safety Bureaus. (District 4) Levine Act: Yes

FD - MOU w/LACo. DA’s office to implement and use the eCER portal

Item #9 • File #23-0524 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute a Memorandum of Understanding, and all necessary documents, including any subsequent amendments, with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office, to implement and use the Electronic Charge Evaluation Request (eCER) portal, for the period of May 1, 2023 to April 30, 2029. (Citywide)

PRM - ROE for Naples Island Garden Club D3

Item #11 • File #23-0526 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute a Right-of-Entry Permit, and any related documents, with the Naples Island Garden Club, a nonprofit organization, and/or its agents, to provide landscape improvements and maintenance at La Bella Fontana di Napoli Park, for a term of four years, with two three-year renewal options, at the discretion of the City Manager. (District 3) Levine Act: Yes

PRM - Sean Khan Consulting Co. for the lease of a prefabricated modular building D4

Item #12 • File #23-0527 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to enter into a Lease Agreement with Sean Khan Consulting Company, Inc., of Chino Hills, CA, for the lease of a prefabricated modular building, for a period of five years, in an amount not to exceed $81,300. (District 4) Levine Act: Yes

PW - Alamitos Bay Pump Station Discharge Replacement line at 5437 E. Ocean Blvd D3

Item #13 • File #23-0530 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute an easement deed to be granted to Los Angeles County Flood Control District (LACFCD) for construction improvements to the Alamitos Bay Pump Station Discharge Replacement line, located at 5437 East Ocean Boulevard; and Accept that the project is within the scope of the Los Angeles County Water Resources Core Services discharge line replacement project for the Alamitos Bay Pump Station, previously analyzed as part of Mitigated Negative Declaration IS/MND, adopted by the County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors on March 4, 2020. (District 3)

PW - As-needed professional engineering services

Item #21 • File #23-0537 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 36053 with AKM Consulting Engineers, Inc., of Irvine, CA; Contract No. 36042 with Anchor QEA, LLC, of Seattle, WA; Contract No. 36043 with Ardurra Group, Inc., of Tampa, FL; Contract No. 36094 with Arup North America Ltd., of Los Angeles, CA; Contract No. 36052 with Atlas Technical Consultants LLC, of Austin, TX; Contract No. 36088 with Buro Happold Consulting Engineers, Inc., of Los Angeles, CA; Contract No. 36038 with Dewberry Engineers Inc., of Fairfax, VA; Contract No. 36090 with Geosyntec Consultants, Inc., of Boca Raton, FL; Contract No. 36045 with HDR Engineering, Inc., of Long Beach, CA; Contract No. with 36089 IDC Consulting Engineers, Inc., of Anaheim, CA; Contract No. 36050 with Kleinfelder, Inc., of San Diego, CA; Contract No. 36046 with KOA Consulting, Inc., of Huntington Beach, CA; Contract No. 36048 with KOA Corporation, of Monterey Park, CA; Contract No. 36054 with KPFF Consulting Engineers, of Seattle, WA; Contract No. 36049 with Langan Engineering and Envi

Resolution

HR - Adopt a Resolution amending the City Salary Schedules

Item #10 • File #23-0525 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution amending the City Salary Schedule effective March 25, 2023. (Citywide)

FM - Master Fee and Charges Schedule

Item #16 • File #23-0531 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive the supporting documentation into the record, conclude the public hearing, and adopt resolution amending the Master Fee and Charges Schedule. (Citywide)

PW - Road maintenance and Rehabilitation Account Funding

Item #22 • File #23-0538 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution approving a list of projects citywide for repaving and resurfacing that are proposed to receive Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account funding totaling an estimated $11,500,000 in the Fiscal Year 2024 Paving Program. (Citywide)

Ordinance

CM - Ordinance Amending LBMC 5.92

Item #23 • File #23-0532 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code (LBMC) to reinstate language in Chapter 5.92 related to the operation of adult-use dispensaries in mixed-used buildings in Downtown Long Beach to correct the clerical/scrivener error and allow the approved ordinance amendments from June 15, 2021, to remain in place, read for the first time and laid over to the next regular meeting of the City Council. (Citywide)

DS - Motel and UDU Mods (DS)

Item #24 • File #23-0489 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending Chapters 21.25, Division IX (Local Coastal Development Permits), 21.65 (Interim Motel/Hotel Conversions) and 21.66 (Unpermitted Dwelling Unit Amnesty Program), read and adopted as read. (Citywide)
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GPA: 3.98 cumulative/sGPA with upward trend.
MCAT: 521 (131/128/13/132)
State of Residence: CA
Ethnicity: Asian Woman
Undergraduate: California UC; T10 public
MajoMinor: Cell and Developmental Biology, summa cum laude.
Gap Years: Yes (1)
Clinical Experience (Non-volunteer and volunteer):
Research Experience and Productivity:
Shadowing:
Non-Clinical Volunteering:
ExtracurriculaLeadership:
Miscellaneous:
School List (MD only):
Johns Hopkins
Perelman
Columbia
Duke
Stanford
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Vanderbilt
WashU
Cornell
NYU
Yale
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Icahn at Mt Sinai
UCLA
UChicao Pritzker
UCSD
Emory
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USC Keck
Oregon Health
Boston U
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2023.05.18 17:52 longbeachlocale 🚨 City Council • May 23, 2023 • 5:00 PM 🚨 Adopted Budget for Fiscal Year 2023 • $2,500 Cottonwood Awards Luncheon, Rancho Los Alamitos • $5,000 Free Youth Tennis Play Day, Bridge Gap Tennis • Orange Ave. Street Widening • Climate Audit • 1911 East Pacific Coast Highway Automated Car Wash •

🗓 Date: May 23, 2023 @ 5PM
🗺 Location:** Long Beach Civic Center411 W. Ocean Boulevard
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🗣eComment:** https://longbeach.granicusideas.com/meetings/4006-city-council/agenda_items

Agenda Item

CD9 - Funds Transfer Disability Pride

Item #1 • File #23-0515 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
WITHDRAWN Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $250, offset by the Ninth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to ABLE PAC in support of the 2023 Long Beach Disability Pride Celebration; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $250 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD9 - Funds Transfer Juneteenth Celebration

Item #2 • File #23-0516 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $500, offset by the Ninth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a donation to Long Beach Partners of Parks in support of the 2023 Long Beach Juneteenth Celebration; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $500 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD5 - LGBTQ Center Black and White Ball

Item #3 • File #23-0517 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $1,000, offset by the Fifth Council District One-Time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to The LGBTQ Center Long Beach (The Center) for their annual Black and White Ball; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $1,000 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD4 - Funds Transfer Rancho Los Alamitos

Item #4 • File #23-0518 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $2,500, offset by the Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to Rancho Los Alamitos Foundation in support of the Cottonwood Awards Luncheon; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $2,500 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD4 - Funds Transfer Bridge Gap Tennis

Item #5 • File #23-0519 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $5,000, offset by the Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to Bridge the Gap Tennis Management in support of the Free Youth Tennis Play Day; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $5,000 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CC - Minutes

Item #6 • File #23-0520 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to approve the minutes for the City Council meetings of Tuesday, May 2 and May 9, 2023.

CC - Damage Claims

Item #7 • File #23-0521 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to refer to City Attorney damage claims received between May 8, 2023 and May 15, 2023.

PW - Easement deed at 2851 Orange Ave for street widening D5

Item #14 • File #23-0528 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to accept an easement deed from Duke Realty Orange LP, a Delaware limited partnership, property owner at 2851 Orange Avenue, for street widening, pedestrian, and ADA purposes; and Accept CEQA Notice of Determination, State Clearinghouse number 2019100514. (District 5)

PW - Easement deed at 3443 Long Beach Blvd for installation of public utilities D8

Item #15 • File #23-0529 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to accept an easement deed from 888-5 Partners LLC, a California limited liability company, property owner at 3443 Long Beach Boulevard, for the installation of public utilities; and Accept CEQA Notice of Determination, State Clearinghouse number 2018121025. (District 8)

Mayor - Climate Audit

Item #17 • File #23-0533 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request City Auditor to conduct a comprehensive audit on fiscal liabilities and economic impacts to the City of Long Beach stemming from California’s transition away from crude oil and natural gas production to assist in the City’s transition planning efforts, and refer findings to the Climate, Environment, and Coastal Protection Committee for input and discussion.

CD4 - Studebaker Update

Item #18 • File #23-0522 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request City Manager direct Public Works to provide a comprehensive update on the status of the Studebaker Road major corridor improvements project at the June 6, 2023 Council meeting.

DS - Approve a CUP for 1911 E PCH D6

Item #19 • File #23-0535 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to reaffirm adoption and approval of Mitigated Negative Declaration IS/MND 06-22, as previously approved and adopted by the City Council on February 21, 2023, and reaffirm that the Project is consistent with the previously adopted Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND 06-22) and the findings of fact related thereto; and Approve Conditional Use Permit findings and conditions of approval memorializing the City Council’s February 21, 2023, action to uphold an appeal (APL22-005) and approve a Conditional Use Permit (CUP 2211-18) for a new car wash located at 1911 East Pacific Coast Highway in the Community R-4-N Commercial (CCN) Zoning District. (District 6)

FM - FY23 2nd Dept. and Fund budget appropriation adjustments

Item #20 • File #23-0536 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to approve the Fiscal Year 2023 second departmental and fund budget appropriation adjustments in accordance with existing City Council policy. (Citywide)

CD2 - Fund Transfer for Community Events

Item #25 • File #23-0545 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $1,000, offset by Second Council District One-Time District Priority Funds, transferred from the Citywide Activities Department, to provide contributions of: · $500 to Love Beyond Limits to support their 10th anniversary event, Connecting Beyond Limits, on May 19, 2023; · $250 to the Bluff Heights Neighborhood Association to support their 4th of July Block Party; · $250 to Long Beach Forward to support their fundraiser, Blossoming, on May 6, 2023; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $1,000, to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD6 - Reward of no less than $25,000

Item #26 • File #23-0512 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request City Manager to enter discussions with LA County to partner on establishing a reward of no less than $25,000 for information leading to the arrest of the suspect(s) involved in the May 9, 2023, fatal shooting on the 2200 Block of Lewis Avenue.

CM - Local Emergency

Item #27 • File #23-0544 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation continue the local emergency caused by conditions or threatened conditions of homelessness within the City of Long Beach, which if not corrected, constitute an imminent and proximate threat to the safety of persons and property within the City; and Receive and file an update on the emergency declaration and associated activities and provide any additional direction to City staff regarding the emergency. (Citywide)

supp memo

Item # • File #23-0546 (Details, PDF)
Supplemental Memorandum - Corrections and/or additions to the City Council Agenda as of 12:00 noon, Friday, May 19, 2023.

Contract

ED/HR - Lease for office space at 4900 Airport Plaza Dr. D4

Item #8 • File #23-0523 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary for an office sublease agreement between 4900 Long Beach Office, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (Landlord), and the City of Long Beach (Tenant), for office space at 4900 Airport Plaza Drive, Suite 110, and 4910 Airport Plaza Drive, Suite 225 for the City of Long Beach Human Resources Department’s Risk Management and Safety Bureaus. (District 4) Levine Act: Yes

FD - MOU w/LACo. DA’s office to implement and use the eCER portal

Item #9 • File #23-0524 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute a Memorandum of Understanding, and all necessary documents, including any subsequent amendments, with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office, to implement and use the Electronic Charge Evaluation Request (eCER) portal, for the period of May 1, 2023 to April 30, 2029. (Citywide)

PRM - ROE for Naples Island Garden Club D3

Item #11 • File #23-0526 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute a Right-of-Entry Permit, and any related documents, with the Naples Island Garden Club, a nonprofit organization, and/or its agents, to provide landscape improvements and maintenance at La Bella Fontana di Napoli Park, for a term of four years, with two three-year renewal options, at the discretion of the City Manager. (District 3) Levine Act: Yes

PRM - Sean Khan Consulting Co. for the lease of a prefabricated modular building D4

Item #12 • File #23-0527 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to enter into a Lease Agreement with Sean Khan Consulting Company, Inc., of Chino Hills, CA, for the lease of a prefabricated modular building, for a period of five years, in an amount not to exceed $81,300. (District 4) Levine Act: Yes

PW - Alamitos Bay Pump Station Discharge Replacement line at 5437 E. Ocean Blvd D3

Item #13 • File #23-0530 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute an easement deed to be granted to Los Angeles County Flood Control District (LACFCD) for construction improvements to the Alamitos Bay Pump Station Discharge Replacement line, located at 5437 East Ocean Boulevard; and Accept that the project is within the scope of the Los Angeles County Water Resources Core Services discharge line replacement project for the Alamitos Bay Pump Station, previously analyzed as part of Mitigated Negative Declaration IS/MND, adopted by the County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors on March 4, 2020. (District 3)

PW - As-needed professional engineering services

Item #21 • File #23-0537 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 36053 with AKM Consulting Engineers, Inc., of Irvine, CA; Contract No. 36042 with Anchor QEA, LLC, of Seattle, WA; Contract No. 36043 with Ardurra Group, Inc., of Tampa, FL; Contract No. 36094 with Arup North America Ltd., of Los Angeles, CA; Contract No. 36052 with Atlas Technical Consultants LLC, of Austin, TX; Contract No. 36088 with Buro Happold Consulting Engineers, Inc., of Los Angeles, CA; Contract No. 36038 with Dewberry Engineers Inc., of Fairfax, VA; Contract No. 36090 with Geosyntec Consultants, Inc., of Boca Raton, FL; Contract No. 36045 with HDR Engineering, Inc., of Long Beach, CA; Contract No. with 36089 IDC Consulting Engineers, Inc., of Anaheim, CA; Contract No. 36050 with Kleinfelder, Inc., of San Diego, CA; Contract No. 36046 with KOA Consulting, Inc., of Huntington Beach, CA; Contract No. 36048 with KOA Corporation, of Monterey Park, CA; Contract No. 36054 with KPFF Consulting Engineers, of Seattle, WA; Contract No. 36049 with Langan Engineering and Envi

Resolution

HR - Adopt a Resolution amending the City Salary Schedules

Item #10 • File #23-0525 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution amending the City Salary Schedule effective March 25, 2023. (Citywide)

FM - Master Fee and Charges Schedule

Item #16 • File #23-0531 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive the supporting documentation into the record, conclude the public hearing, and adopt resolution amending the Master Fee and Charges Schedule. (Citywide)

PW - Road maintenance and Rehabilitation Account Funding

Item #22 • File #23-0538 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution approving a list of projects citywide for repaving and resurfacing that are proposed to receive Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account funding totaling an estimated $11,500,000 in the Fiscal Year 2024 Paving Program. (Citywide)

Ordinance

CM - Ordinance Amending LBMC 5.92

Item #23 • File #23-0532 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code (LBMC) to reinstate language in Chapter 5.92 related to the operation of adult-use dispensaries in mixed-used buildings in Downtown Long Beach to correct the clerical/scrivener error and allow the approved ordinance amendments from June 15, 2021, to remain in place, read for the first time and laid over to the next regular meeting of the City Council. (Citywide)

DS - Motel and UDU Mods (DS)

Item #24 • File #23-0489 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending Chapters 21.25, Division IX (Local Coastal Development Permits), 21.65 (Interim Motel/Hotel Conversions) and 21.66 (Unpermitted Dwelling Unit Amnesty Program), read and adopted as read. (Citywide)
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2023.05.16 21:10 TigersBeatLions Think I successfully crashed a surge party...

Think I successfully crashed a surge party...
So I just dropped off a PAX and was right outside a 8.50 surge area. I started driving toward it...saw as I entered the red zone my surge go from 4-5-6 to 8.50 The 8 50 only showed up once I was right under the 8 50 on the map. I pull over and missed out on 1 trip radar. After seeing the area is not busy at all...I remember reading abt surge party's on reddit. So I open up the rider app and put my home address as if I'm about to order an uber...didn't want the surge to go away. Got another ping radar trip and I was fast enough to secure it. The full 8.50 even though it was far away from the 8.50 on the map and looked like it could have been outside or outskirts of the red zone. The crazy part is...I drove the dude b4. He recognized me.
Cool story bro.
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2023.05.11 02:46 Ccsaker I'm out

Use to recommend Acorns to everyone. Used too. Lost my wallet, happens to everyone, contact customer service to let them know and lock my card, go through the process, they let me know it'll be the standard 14 business days to get my card, it stings, but since that's all they say they can do I guess I'm out of luck right? Well then they tell me my cards still active. Excuse me? The card I lost is still active? So I clarified, its locked and I can unlock it right? No. The card is active. So I clarify again, you don't mean that I can unlock it if I find it and then use it, you mean that the card is currently unlocked and usable. Yup. That's what the rep confirms. Come to find this isn't true, it was locked the way it should be, and can be unlocked via the app. So it was a miscommunication right? No big deal.
So I have them give me my options to gain access to my money. According to them, the absolute, ONLY way to get access, is to use their transfer out button.I ask about Zelle, I'm told it's not an option. Ask about cash app, or any other form off 3rd party app transference, same responce. I ask about wire transfers (found out after that's not any faster), not only am I told it's not an option, I'm told they don't have any way to facilitate a wire transfer, even if it's requested from a different bank. This doesn't seem right, so I request escalation, they can't do that, I have to wait 1-2 business days. So I confirm that this will be escalated to someone that oversees their checking accounts, they say yes, so I wait.
A week later, I have to put in a second escalation request because I haven't heard anything, but I do get a call back the next day. Get the same information, but this time, I've got more information. I spoke with my primary bank to ask if they could initiate a wire transfer out of my acorns checking account from their end to my primary bank account. Absolutely! Not a problem, though it will take the same amount of time to transfer. In the mean time, I do a test with zelle to see if I could pull money through there, and wouldn't you know it, that worked too! So I relay all of this to the supervisor I'm speaking with, and all they can do is come up with excuses as to how that's not what the preliminary rep meant, but when asked to explain what they meant, they couldn't. Even doubled down that I couldn't do a wire transfer.
I finally asked this supervisor what it was they oversaw. They're just a standard customer support/app supervisor, they have nothing to do with the checking account. After I specifically requested a financial supervisor, and waited a week, I can't even speak with someone that knows anything about my checking account. I expressed my frustration with this, and suddenly the rep became very confrontational, cutting me off multiple times to tell me that they "don't offer financial advise" like it was a magical catch phrase any time the term "finances" passed my lips. This supervisor told me that they would escalate this "to the appropriate member of their financial department" and hung up on me. This was 2 weeks ago.
I've since gone to the BBB to make a complaint after multiple emails have gone unanswered, and I found out two things that were pretty important to me. Acorns Securities LLC is not BBB accredited, and while that's not the end of the world, I would expect a company that promotes themselves to be helpful and for the people would want to be accredited, just as a little extra "See? We're good!" For two, they hold an "F" ranking with the BBB, even though they're unaccredited, with 114 total complaints in the past three years, and 42 reviews in the past twelve months. I wish I had looked sooner.
Thanks for coming to my TED talk.
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2023.05.05 19:43 SirFreaks23 WAIT WHAT? LET ME DO THE MATH!

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2023.05.02 06:01 dodgerslakersfan21 Anyone else miss postmates?

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2023.04.30 04:28 Embarrassed_Summer81 Chance me as a nervous junior

Background: Middle-Eastern Male, Low Income, Bay Area, Fairly Competitive High School with 2500+ kids
Stats: 4.0UW/4.92W GPA (16 APs, 5 Honors) Class Rank 3/650ish, 1530 SAT, 35 ACT, 13 College Classes (unaffiliated with high school) and 4.0 College GPA
Had some pretty shitty STEM AP scores ngl, so I’ll just report relevant AP scores to my major (Human Geography, USH, WH, US Gov, Micro, Macro, English Comp, Lit, Stats, Psych) since they’re all 5s.
Major: PoliSci/Econ/Religious Studies/International Relations (idk yet)
Basically, I plan to go to Law School
ECs:
  1. Run a personal YouTube channel with over 100k subscribers and 22 million views where I post weekly video essays on politics, economics, etc.
  2. CEO of conglomerate that runs four separate organizations dedicated to religious studies, housing policy, mental health, and education with over 800k cumulative TikTok followers, 2000+ members, over $75k donated to separate causes, two pieces of legislation passed and lobbied in 30+ states, etc.
  3. Founder of publishing house where I've written four 300+ page books, 2 research papers, 70 articles, and 14 creative writing pieces. Work has been featured on NY Times, LA Times, presented at international research conventions, research has been published in high level journals, etc.
  4. President and Captain of Speech and Debate, manage 50+ members, have been apart of varsity team all four years, ranked 3rd in CA for my event, ranked 6th in the nation, qualified to nationals and states all 4 years, etc.
  5. President and Captain of Mock Trial, manage 40+ member, have been apart of varsity team all four years, manage all events + 2 practices per week, several county championships, etc.
  6. ASB Vice President of my high school, manage all leadership events, actively involved
  7. Vice-President of Muslim organization in California, organize executive team of 15+ members, raised over $1.6 million in charity, ran dozens of events with thousands of participants, etc.
  8. Congressional Internship for the Speaker of the House, conducted research and helped win election by 65% margin with thousands of phone banking calls, etc.
  9. Internship with Senior White House Correspondent, got to travel down to Washington, DC, edited, translated, and wrote dozens of articles for renowned Middle Eastern media org
  10. Will attend Bank of America Student Leaders, competitive, selective, prestigious summer program
Awards:
  1. 3 X Presidential Volunteer Service Award Gold Winner
  2. State Champion and 4th at nationals for National History Day
  3. Recipient of Taco Bell Scholarship
  4. Arab America 20 Under 20
  5. Princeton Prize in Race Relations
Colleges I'm Applying to (It's a LOT I Know): UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC SB, UCLA, UC Berkeley, UPenn, Dartmouth, Cornell, Brown, Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Yale, Oxford U, Cambridge, NYU Abu Dhabi, Amherst, Williams, Swarthmore, Pomona, CalTech, MIT, Stanford, U Notre Dame, Tufts, USC, Vanderbilt, UChicago, Georgetown, UNC, Duke, WashU, Rice, Emory, Tulane, Northwestern, Boston Uni, Boston College, John Hopkins University, NYU, Middlebury College, UVA
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2023.04.20 02:28 embarrassedbuthonest Looking for a few more schools to apply to

Hey all, I am looking for some suggestions for schools. This is my second cycle applying, so I want to make it worth it. My biggest weakness during the first application cycle was my clinical experience, so I did what I could to fill that gap. It was a little tricky while maintaining a full-time job, but I feel proud of what I could do. Before, I applied to Colorado and CA schools but had no luck whatsoever. So this time, I am applying more broadly.
State resident: CA
Disadvantaged: ORM but grew up in poverty
Ties to states: California, Colorado, and Wisconsin
GPA/sGPA: 4.0
MCAT: 517
Research: 10,000 or so. I received a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry with about ten publications, several conference posters, grants, etc.
Shadowing: 120 hours across four specialties, both primary and non-primary
Clinical Experience: Volunteering 800 hours over two years of experience as a health counselor
Volunteering: 200 hours post-undergrad teaching cooking classes and trash cleanups; 500 hours in undergrad doing various works
Paid Experience: 6000 hours as a scientist at multiple startups. 600 hours low rate pay (minimum wage) to work at local food communities as a data scientist
Leadership: Managed labs, managed people, and taught university-level classes (not TA but taught)

Between MSAR and premed counseling through alum centers, the school list I have so far is as follows:
Cornell, Duke, John Hopkins, Maryland, Mayo, UCSD, Colorado, Creighton, Kaiser, Pitt, UC Irvine, UCLA, UC Davis, UCSF, Madison Wisconsin, Yale, Columbia, Harvard, NYU
I would like to add 2 to 3 more schools to this list as it feels a little too lower yield to me, or maybe I have missed schools that would appreciate me!
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2023.04.17 03:44 kkauri Asian kid with the randomest ECs ever somehow pulls an Ivy, T20s, and many waitlists

Spent a little too much time here over the past few weeks so here’s my own post :)
Demographics
Intended Major(s): Biology (premed or going academia; haven’t really decided)
Academics
Standardized Testing
List the highest scores earned and all scores that were reported.
Extracurriculars/Activities
List all extracurricular involvements, including leadership roles, time commitments, major achievements, etc.
  1. Primary instrument: several awards (none really big but significant time commitment)
  2. Summer science program
  3. Officer in an arts education org
  4. Officer in a med-related org
  5. City government internship
  6. Play two instruments in a small local orchestra (also a section principal)
  7. Officer in a small hobby club at school
  8. Music volunteering
  9. Music summer programs
  10. Tutoring (unpaid volunteering + paid through school program)
Awards/Honors
List all awards and honors submitted on your application.
  1. Primary instrument award
  2. Primary instrument award
  3. National merit semifinalist
  4. $250 essay competition prize
  5. School academic award
Letters of Recommendation
I don’t think I can accurately judge these, but they were almost definitely very generic. I never talked in class or really formed solid relationships with teachers.
Interviews
Interviewed at Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Dartmouth, and Northwestern.
Essays
Decisions (indicate ED/EA/REA/SCEA/RD)
Acceptances:
Waitlists:
Rejections:
Attending: UCLA! I really wish I could’ve gone to Duke, Cornell, or Vanderbilt, but the financial aid didn’t make it possible — I’d have like $120k in debt. Excited to call LA my home for the next four years while saving up for med school!
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2023.04.15 02:54 Inkblot9 Division I men's conference championship thread

This thread will be updated as championships finish.

Big South

SWAC

SEC

AAC

Ivy

MAAC

ACC

CAA

Horizon

MVC

SoCon

OVC

Big 12

Big Sky

ASun

C-USA

Sun Belt

Southland

WCC

A-10

Big East

Big Ten

MWC

Pac-12

Patriot

WAC

Big West

MAC

NEC

Summit

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2023.04.12 19:09 AsianMaleCS Asian Male in CS gets into T1 school

Demographics
Intended Major(s): Computer Science
Academics
Standardized Testing
Extracurriculars/Activities
  1. Captain, Robotics Team
  2. Founder & President, CS Teaching Program - Org to teach ~50 students coding
  3. Software Developer, DoD Robotics Contractor - Built robot path planning software
  4. Systems Engineer, Top HR Company - Training, made some workflows and API tests
  5. Student, Selective AI Program - Research on [redacted] detection
  6. Founder, Software Startup - Seed funding, traction
  7. CAD Engineer, Large Construction Firm - Modeled skyscraper levels, visualized w/ AR
  8. Developer and Consultant, Small tax firm - Built website, managed marketing, SEO
  9. Student, AI Program - More research projects
  10. Vice President, Speech and Debate Team
  11. Soccer for 7 seasons
Awards/Honors
  1. Robotics World Tournament (Top XX out of 10k teams)
  2. Robotics State Finalists (3x) and Regional Finalists (3x)
  3. Amazon Web Services Certification
  4. School STEAM Award
  5. National Merit, AP Scholar
LoRs and Essays
Two math teachers (both very close), one history teacher), and one employer.
Personal Statement - I wrote about how my tough family situation over the last 5 years has shaped my character. More about personal growth rather than the challenge. School counselor, teacher, and other readers said it's well written.
Decisions (indicate ED/EA/REA/SCEA/RD)
Acceptances:
Waitlists
Rejections
Final Thoughts:
I was a bit surprised with how things turned out. My application isn't very well rounded, is pretty boring, I don't have any good awards/olympiads/big ECs, and I don't go to a good school either. I pretty much just did what I was interested in throughout HS, and have stuck with CS/engineering for about 7 years now.
My advice to all CS applicants, please focus on your ESSAYS a lot. They are what make you stand out, which is especially important in such a competitive major. Make sure they show your personality, your goals, and who you are beyond a computer screen. Also another thing is that you don't need to grind olympiads and "do it all" to have a shot. Do what you are passionate about and let it show through your application and essays.
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2023.04.09 08:15 asdflmaopfftxd low gpa prestige shotgunner pulls t20!

Demographics
Intended Major(s): Depended on school offerings and courses, generally CS
Academics
Standardized Testing
List the highest scores earned and all scores that were reported.
Extracurriculars/Activities
List all extracurricular involvements, including leadership roles, time commitments, major achievements, etc.
  1. Competed in hackathons for fun, won ~$10k overall in awards
  2. Co-president of school web development club of ~50 members
  3. Project led/software developer at school robotics club
  4. Programming instructocurriculum designer at school coding club
  5. Web developemedia designer for my mom's business
  6. Play piano since middle school at ABRSM Level 5
  7. Co-foundeengineer for initiative to stream school events over pandemic
  8. Paid software engineer at fintech startup
  9. Paid engineering intern at fairly large SaaS company
  10. Software engineering intern at a nonprofit
Awards/Honors
List all awards and honors submitted on your application.
  1. Second place at international collegiate robotics competition
  2. First place at large, international hackathon
  3. Top ten category prize at large international game jam (over 350 entries)
  4. First place at national hackathon
  5. Silver award at Le Grand Concours, some national French contest
Letters of Recommendation
(Briefly describe relationships with your recommenders and estimated rating.)
Interviews
  1. Princeton (9/10): Connected super well with my interviewer, super awesome guy who internet stalked me before we talked (my portfolio is in my email signature). He came prepared and we had a really frank conversation about college and life.
  2. Northwestern (8/10): Sweet lady but she seemed really rushed. I applied for a dual degree in engineering/communications. She was a student at the communications school, so we talked about that the whole time.
Essays
  1. Personal statement: EA one 7/10; RD was 9/10
  2. Supplementals were honestly hit or miss, ranged between like a 6-9 of 10.
  3. My essays (and ECs maybe idk) got me into the reaches I did get into.
Decisions (some acceptances removed for brevity)
Acceptances:
Waitlists:
Rejections:
Additional Information: This application cycle was super nice for me. My rejections (as many as there were) really never hit me hard, but my successes felt amazing. The few, out-of-the-blue acceptances, namely Colby (6% WTF?, Rutgers' Honors College (7% WTF?), and Northeastern (I know they deported me to Oakland for my first year but whatever shut up), as well as some of the random waitlists like UW Seattle and NYU, were welcome and honestly slightly reassuring. My self-esteem never really dipped; my expectations were just validated. I think I knew where I stood as far as applicant potential, which is why this process hasn't really "humbled" me necessarily.
I'm super happy about my results. As far as the application process, I wouldn't have changed a thing. I honestly just shotgunned because I didn't know what else to do for fun LOL and I really enjoyed the essay writing process. But between my options, I had been super confused. It's been really hard to decide (particularly Rutgers put up a really hard fight), but I'm finally committed to UMD**!!**
It's been fun! And yes, the "t20" in the post title referred to t20 CS hehe (I love UMD) <3
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2023.04.07 10:50 Inkblot9 Division I men's tournament thread, Apr 7–12

Updated SGSRS ratings

Princeton Invitational

Hoosier Collegiate

Aggie Invitational

Big Blue Intercollegiate

Lewis Chitengwa Memorial

NKU Jewell Invitational

Stampede at the Creek

Tiger Collegiate Invitational

UCSB Collegiate Invitational

Wildcat Spring Invitational

Stitch Intercollegiate

Mason Rudolph Championship

Western Intercollegiate

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2023.04.04 03:19 kilitreyes Screen update on stacked orders

Screen update on stacked orders
I believe this is only for orders that are going to the same drop off. But instead of showing the order amount for the second order, it shows the combined offer for both.
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