$44.2 Million Boardwalk Re-Build Begins

Two days ago, on April 27th, people of Long Beach gathered together again to celebrate the re-birth of the Boardwalk. Almost 4 months after the demolition ceremony, spirits are high as the 2.2 mile stretch of boardwalk begins to shape into a reality. Not everyone is celebrating however. Some see the enormous budget as a poor allocation of funds, preferring to have local institutions (hospitals, libraries, schools, etc.) see some more funding. What are your thoughts on Long Beach’s newest project?

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monica byrne

writer . playwright . artist . activist . traveler

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