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2nd District Councilmember Jeannine Pearce 
333 W. Ocean Blvd. 14th floor
Long Beach, CA 90802

Office Phone: (562) 570-2222



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  • commented 2017-05-16 08:00:53 -0700
    Hello, I’m a Rose Park resident, I live on 8th and Ohio and I love Long Beach. I’m concerned about the crumbling curbside on the corner of 8th and Ohio. I have submitted two requests for repair, but I’ve been told there is limited funding. I would like to know when the curb will be repaired. Thank you.
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  • commented 2017-03-12 09:45:15 -0700
    How do I get on your newsletter? Don’t see where to sign up! Thanks :)
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  • commented 2017-01-22 08:46:39 -0800
    You need to do something about the parking in Long Beach. At Least 3-5 times a month our driveway is blocked by cars jutting in to it from street parking. Mark the streets with spots so it is not left to interpretation.
  • commented 2017-01-13 21:20:30 -0800

    I’m interested in volunteering for the councilwoman.

    I’m a fan of Jeannine’s work, and I’d love to help out in supporting her office. I have Saturdays and Sundays free.

    In the past I volunteered at the Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence and at Rocky Mountain PBS. I answered the crisis line at the women’s shelter (Safehouse), and wrote the volunteer newsletter at Rocky Mountain PBS. I’d be happy to help out with whatever kinds of administrative tasks you need support on.

    Anyway, I don’t want to be too long-winded.

    Thanks, and I look forward to hearing from you!

    Christine Ellison

    (303) 895-0217
  • commented 2016-10-16 14:11:49 -0700
    Dear Councilwoman Pearce,

    As you may or may not be aware, an individual was hit and killed by a car crossing the street at 4th and Obispo around 9:30pm on October 15, 2016. Our community is shocked to hear of this tragic news and my immediate reaction to this tragedy is to call for a safer neighborhood. Being a resident of this neighborhood, I believe that the community could greatly benefit from a crosswalk at the intersection of 4th Street and Obispo Avenue.

    The iconic neighborhood of Belmont and Bluff Heights is home to many families, business owners, artists and entrepreneurs. This highly concentrated area contains an integrated mix of residential and commercial living. I believe that all residents and business owners alike value safety as one of the important building blocks that makes the community thrive with such vitality.

    First off, on the south side of Obispo and 4th, there lies a residential neighborhood containing families and individuals in both apartments and houses. On the north side of Obispo and 4th, there are two popular businesses: Hole Mole, and a car wash. In addition to this, there is also a bus stop and college housing on the North side of 4th street directly west of Obispo. These create attractions for the residents of our neighborhood and the greater Long Beach area, and increases the pedestrian and automobile traffic in the area.

    This leads to my second point. Obispo and 4th is arguably just as busy of an intersection as other moderately busy intersections (for example, Temple and 4th or Termino and 4th). Though it is not composed of 2 main arterials, Obispo is still a highly traveled street due to its residential qualities, and because it stretches from Pacific Coast Highway all the way down to Broadway St. The bus stop on 4th and Obispo on both east and west sides, increasing the transportation density of the area.

    The protected crossing options in the area are quite limited to what the area demands. We have two protected options of crossing the street between the large intersections of 4th and Temple Ave and 4th and Redondo Ave: the arterial intersection of Redondo and 4th two blocks down from Obispo, and Orizaba and 4th, where there is a crosswalk outside of the Ralph’s. These inconveniences lead most individuals to brave crossing the street at Obispo and 4th.

    Though every individual is the judge of their own safety, I think the community would highly benefit from a protected crossing option at this intersection because of these reasons and avoid additional loss of life or injury to residents and drivers in our neighborhood.

    I urge you to seriously consider the installation of a crosswalk at the intersection of 4th Street and Obispo Ave, for the safety of the residents and the consideration of the businesses around the area.

    I have started a petition to get a crosswalk installed with significant interest from our neighbors:

    How can we make this happen?


    Malila Hollow

    Pianist and Music Educator

    Bluff Heights resident
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    Where do you stand on allowing cannabis related businesses in Long Beach?
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