Businesses should be able to open if they have limited capacity, require masks and enforce social distancing
Here’s a chance to fight COVID-19 and serve the community
On Tuesday, May 12, Dr. Brian Jersky, Vivian Malauulu, Dr. Otto W. K. Lee and myself held a telephone town hall on higher education. Below is a summary of our discussion on campus closures, remote learning and reopening plans at CSU Long Beach, Long Beach City College and Los Angeles Harbor College
State Update on Higher Education
Assembly Bill 2932 Ensures Long Beach Sidewalks Are Safe and Accessible for Residents
Leaders from CSU Long Beach, Long Beach City College and Los Angeles Harbor College to Participate
Funding for Center was Included in 2019-2020 Budget
State will start to reopen lower-risk businesses beginning this Friday
(Sacramento) - Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell (D - Long Beach) issued the following statement in support of the Governor’s remarks that the state will allow lower-risk workplaces to reopen beginning this Friday.
Chair of Assembly Education Committee Says Summer School Better than an Early Start to Next Year
(Sacramento) - Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell (D - Long Beach) issued the following statement in response to the Governor’s remarks that the state is considering starting the next school year early.
Benefits Now Open to Independent Contractors, Self-Employed and Business Owners
Here is the latest news from the California Economic Development Department (EDD):
Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)
Federal and state government agencies are providing relief for small businesses impacted by COVID-19
Under the Economic Injury Disaster Advance Loans Program: