As a contrast to a list currently being compiled on another Long Beach website about the ten worst decisions in Long Beach history, I felt it might be a more productive use of our time to compile a list of the ten best decisions in Long Beach's History. Being negative is easy. Negativity, I'm sure also sells papers. Don't get me wrong, I know LB has made many a mistakes, I just hate to see it be pulled on for the purpose of stirring up peoples emotions.
I believe as my father taught me, you have to focus on what you want in life. So, if our goal is positive change then let us focus on the positive.
So CityLifers, I ask you what are Long Beach's BEST decisions in it's history?
I'll go first with a recent example. It's support of the LB Depot for Creative re-use, see Mayor Fosters "Really, Really Free Day" Proclamation for details.
Your turn... Next, maybe we'll build a list of what you'd like to see Long Beach do. We can collectively present that list to city officials and ask them to work on it. I might be naive, but at least this could give us a positive direction to head in. I hope you'll participate.
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